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Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada

Point Abino Light Tower

The last lighthouse to be automated in all of Ontario, and for the longest time could only be reached by "wading through the shallows."

Cape Cod, Massachusetts, United States

Days’ Cottages

A failed plan for a dream beach house led to the successful creation of Days' Cottages.

Kanses City, Missouri, United States

Kansas City Power and Light Building

Once the tallest building west of the Mississippi River, this structure is a temple to all things light--and may be fighting some shadowy figures.

River Ranch, Florida, United States

Westgate River Ranch

Experience early American cowboy life at this Florida dude ranch.

Vestland, Norway

Undredal Stave Church

Famed for being the smallest stave church still in use in all of Scandinavia, it is just the right size for the village’s inhabitants of around 100 people and 500 goats.

Tallinn, Estonia

Alexander Nevsky Cathedral

This church reaches new heights of aesthetically alluring detail being Tallinn’s largest orthodox cupola cathedral.

Port Stanley, Ontario, Canada

Christ Anglican Church

This lovely 19th-century church was built thanks to a land grant from a militia veteran of the War of 1812.

Lewes, Delaware, United States

Harbor of Refuge Light

Storms from the Atlantic sea have shaped the resilient history of the the Harbor of Refuge Light.

Bucharest, Romania

Palace of the Parliament

Containing 1.5 billion pounds of steel and bronze, the Palace of Parliament is the heaviest building in the world.

Athens, Greece

Four Seasons Athens

This seaside luxury resort is located just minutes away from a sacred Greek temple to the goddess Leto.

Port Townsend, Washington, United States

Point Wilson Lighthouse

During WW1, an illustrious lightkeeper cultivated an abundant Victory Garden at this Washington state lighthouse.

Le Locle, Switzerland

Château des Monts

Passed down through generations of watchmakers, this Chateau now houses a clock museum.

Saint Louis, Michigan, United States

Woody’s Music

Unique instruments, autographed photos, and maybe even a tarantula may greet you upon entry into this shop.

Chicago, Illinois, United States

Congress Plaza Hotel

This 19th-century Hotel is home to 871 rooms -- and countless ghosts who roam its halls.

Tokyo, Japan

Meiji Jingu

A shrine where the living venerate the spiritual world through sake offerings.

Moscow, Russia

Sanduny Baths

A bathhouse who's story began with love, a queen's blessing, and diamonds.

Magnisi Peninsula, Sicily, Italy

Magnisi Lighthouse

Situated next to ancient burial grounds has drawn grave robbers to this Sicilian lighthouse.

New York, New York, United States

American Museum of Natural History

That spirit of exploration is shared by museum goers, as they’re invited to observe 45 permanent exhibition halls—including one dedicated to the extraordinary achievements of intrepid polar explorer.

Port Said, Egypt

Port Said Ferry

This Egyptian city was built to accompany the digging of the Suez Canal.

Copenhagen, Denmark

Kunsthal Charlottenborg

A cutting edge contemporary art museum that once was centuries deep in Danish riches and royalty.

Marrakesh, Morocco

Medina Quarter

Find street vendors, snake charmers, and a former execution square in Marrakesh's famed Medina Quarter.

San Diego, California, United States

Salk Institute

This scientific research institute is considered the defining work of architect Louis Kahn.

Bariloche, Argentina

Modesta Victoria

The ship has a capacity for 300 passengers and has carried princes and presidents.

Rochester, New York, United States

George Eastman Museum

He not only invented roll film, his coined slogan told the success story simply and pointedly, ‘You push the button, we do the rest.’

Admont, Austria

Admont Abbey Library

This design of this monastery library - the largest in the world - was inspired by the ideals of the Age of Enlightenment.

Cyberport, Hong Kong

Minibus

The ride you’re about to embark on is not for the faint of heart.

Grantsville, Maryland, United States

The Village Church

After 90 years in service, this Church was relocated to an artisan's village to continue its vocation.

Andros, Greece

Tourlitis Lighthouse

Greece's first automated lighthouse looks like it was carved out of a fantasy novel.

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