Yellow

An underrated color in the AWA universe, yellow has a lot to offer. We find that there is a lot to love when yellow appears as a pop of color and hope that you'll be delighted, too.

Seattle, Washington, United States

Paramount Theatre

The first theater in the US with a convertible audience space.

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Yellowstone, Wyoming, United States

Yellowstone National Park

Larger than the states of Delaware and Rhode Island combined, the world’s first national park is a literal hotbed of activity.

Havana, Cuba

Bacardi Building

Home to a grand design, this structure might make one go "batty" for Art Deco.

Wiscasset, Maine, United States

Castle Tucker

A complete Victorian home, preserved on accident.

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London, United Kingdom

The Mildmay Club

One of the last "Working Men's Clubs" in London, Mildmay is a testament to Community and belonging.

Singapore, Singapore

The Arts House

This arts building was built as a private residence, and yet spent the last 200 years as a governmental building.

Cleveland, Ohio, United States

Mimi Ohio Theatre

A downtown theater resurrected by a determined group of individuals.

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Cambridge, United Kingdom

Parker Library

Welcome to Cambridge University’s Parker Library, the crown jewel of historical artifacts in a place that was founded just a few years before the Magna Carta was signed.

New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States

State Theater New Jersey

Change before you have to, they say. For this historic theater? Lesson learned.

Venice, Italy

Teatro La Fenice

Venice's "The Phoenix" Theater has literally burned and risen from the ashes - multiple times.

Olesa de Montserrat, Barcelona, Spain

Vador Bruixa

This custom residential home belonged to textile entrepreneur Salvador Ubach.

Crestone, Colorado, United States

Crestone Ziggurat

A Ziggurat built millennia after its predecessors, in a town of 141.

Hanoi, Vietnam

Presidential Palace

A symbol of when it was a French colony, the presidential palaces offers a glimpse into the storied history of Vietnam.

Travnik, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Sulejmanija Mosque

This colorful mosque sits at the heart of the "City of Veziers"

Bonavista, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

Linthorne Loft

The Linthorne Loft was the first residence in Bonavista to include a general store on the first floor.

Praia da Vitória, Azores, Portugal

The Império da Caridade

In order to stave off disaster, many believers on Terceira Island in the Azores go on elaborate processions just as their ancestors did eight centuries ago.

Evian-les-Bains, France

Palais Lumière

A fitting name for two brothers who illuminated the world on the wonders of cinema.

Copenhagen, Denmark

Det Gule Palæ

Holds the honor of being the first building of this style in the city.

London, United Kingdom

Sir John Soane’s Museum

Sir John Soane was attempting to collect everything during his lifetime - paintings, sculptures, even sarcophagi. By the end of his life, Parliament had no other choice but to turn his collection into a museum.

Gdansk, Poland

The Long Market

One of Europe's grandest squares is actually a strip. Unlike Vegas, coins are not welcome here.

Cleveland, Ohio, United States

Allen Theater

Built in 1921 as a movie house that can only be described as palatial.

Knoxville, Tennessee, United States

Tennessee Theatre

Though billed as Knoxville’s “Grand Entertainment Palace,” the Tennessee Theatre has never actually housed any royal residents.

Rye, Sussex, United Kingdom

Rye Signal Box

Tourism may be it's main industry these days, but once this town was a smuggler's haven.

San Diego, California, United States

Balboa Theater

Built in 1924, this storied theater was slated for demolition just three decades later.

Rockford, Illinois, United States

Coronado Theatre

Once voted the “No. 1 Architectural Wonder of the United States”.

Windsor, Ontario, Canada

Linh Son Temple

A place of worship and gathering space this spot brings peace to a community fleeing war.

Warsaw, Poland

Wilanów Palace

This royal palace was renovated in the 18th century by one of Poland's most powerful noblewomen.

Tallinn, Estonia

Kadriorg Palace

This palace was built by Peter the Great as a gift for his second wife Catherine.

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