Marco Fratus

Detroit, Michigan, United States

Majestic Theatre

How a theatre got its grooves (and marquee) back.

Staten Island, New York, United States

Staten Island Ferry

The Staten Island Ferry in New York City remains in operation long after bridges and tunnels connected most of the metropolis in the mid 20th century.

Brooklyn, New York, United States

Kings Theatre

Behind every good king is a great queen.

Plymouth, Michigan, United States

Penn Theatre

This community staple was without a "movie staple" in its first decade.

Miami, Florida, United States

Ermita de la Caridad

A sanctuary for Cuban refugees whose history includes a little smuggling.

Cincinnati, Ohio, United States

Esquire Theater

This historic theater was almost turned into a fast food chain.

Columbus, Ohio, United States

Drexel Theatre

This theater has made a name for itself playing movies that won't get played anywhere else, and even teamed up with a local brewery for a Wes Anderson themed beer.

Coral Gables, Florida, United States

Biltmore Hotel

This grand hotel was the place to be in America's Jazz Age--and some patrons of that era have stuck around.

Miami, Florida, United States

Olympia Theater

A downtown Miami theater who's fate continues to be intertwined with a philanthropist and his legacy

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Palacio Barolo

This grand structure is the largest monument to the work of Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy, and represents 100 stanazas of the epic poem.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Teatro Colón

This century-old Argentinian opera house is held in high regard as one of the best concert venues in the world, both acoustically and aesthetically.

Lisbon, Portugal

Central Penitentiary

This Portuguese penitentiary stands as an example of the country's inspired roots of European and Middle Eastern architectural design.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

La Casa Rosada

Known for its distinctive pink hue, this governmental building in Buenos Aires was once the home of Argentina's president.

New York, New York, United States

Morgan Library & Museum

The Morgan Library & Museum, once the private office and library of financier J.P. Morgan, is now a museum and scholarly research center in New York City.

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