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Cologne, Germany

Cologne Cable Car

Traversing the Rhine river, this cable car is considered the safest means of transportation in Cologne, Germany.

Helsinki, Finland

Arla Building

This historic Art Nouveau building in Helsinki has been a resource for the visually impaired for over a century.

Morristown, New Jersey, USA

The Madison Hotel

Millionaires of the Roaring 20s popularized this gilded-age hotel.

Historic Deerfield, Massachusetts, USA

Dwight House

A remnant and reminder of colonial America, this house was originally built in 1754 and is now part of the Deerfield museum.

Port Fairy, Victoria, Australia

Griffith’s Island Lighthouse

Griffith's Island off the coast of Victoria, Australia, is home to this 19th century lighthouse, a popular visiting site for Aboriginals to Australian whalers.

Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

The Ghan

This train expedition through the Australian outback follows a route carved out by camels.

York, Maine, USA

Cape Neddick Light

One of the most photographed lighthouses in the world, steeped in maritime history.

Singapore, Singapore

Raffles Hotel

This high-end hotel, first belonging to Charles Emerson and then a school, is the birthplace of the Singapore Sling and the supposed home of a runaway tiger.

Oslo, Norway

Victoria Terrasse

Once a fashionable residential complex this building is now home to Norway's Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Budapest, Hungary

Hotel Nemzeti

Hotel featuring modern design blended with historic preservation that serves up a scandalous chocolate cake.

Sheffield, United Kingdom

Police Box

This police box is the last in existence of what was once a common fixture in England.

Tobermory, Ontario, Canada

Bruce Trail

Stretching over 550 miles (890km), the length of the Niagra Escarpment, this hiking trail is longest and oldest marked trail in Canada.

Brooklyn, New York, USA

Coney Island Boardwalk

New York City's Coney Island Lighthouse stands watch over its famous boardwalk, now a city landmark.

Prince Edward, Ontario, Canada

House of Falconer

This unique cottage has housed artists of various stripes for more than 150 years.

Herrsching, Germany

Seehof Herrsching

This German hotel was purchased by a local brewery and transformed the largest lakeside promenade in Germany to a beer garden that seats 800.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

1704-1706 Manning Street

Historic neighborhood in Philadelphia with one of five parks planned by William Penn.

Kyoto, Japan

ICC Kyoto

This conference center was built from a design selected during Japan's first-ever public design contest.

Hellissandur, Iceland

Svortuloft Lighthouse

Powered by solar energy, the Svortuloft Lighthouse in Iceland is called the Black Ceiling because of the black lava rocks surrounding it.

Chicago, Illinois, USA

Walter Payton College Prep

Every March 4th, this Chicago prep school give back to the community on Sweetness Day in honor of the school's namesake, NFL Hall of Fame member Walter Payton.

Potsdam, Germany

Cecilienhof Palace

This German palace hosted world leaders during the Potsdam Conference where President Harry Truman famously notified Stalin of the U.S'. atomic bomb.

Sigtuna, Sweden


Opened every April 23 on World Book Day, these tiny libraries in Sweden reside in former telephone booths.

Pardubic, Czech Republic

Pardubice Crematorium

Best known for its appearance in Oscar-nominated film "The Cremator", this colorful crematorium still serves its practical functions to this day.

Dublin, Ireland

Dublin City Gallery

Behind the blue doors of a grand 18th century mansion visitors will find an Irish art museum with a renowned collection of French paintings.

Paris, France

Hotel Molitor

An art deco lover's dream, designed to resemble a luxury ocean liner.

Chur, Switzerland

Bernina Express

This epic four-hour alpine train journey takes passengers over 196 bridges and through 55 tunnels.

Belgrade, Serbia

Hotel Moskva

This Serbian hotel was opened in 1908 by King Peter I to welcome the world's cultural elite. Curiously, no guests can stay in Room 13 as it doesn't exist.

Mableton, Georgia, USA

Little Free Library

The first Little Free Library was constructed in 2009 has since become a global phenomenon with 100,000 libraries in 108 countries.

Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, France

Aiguille du Midi Cable Car

This cable car holds the world record for the highest vertical climb and is renowned for its two-stage ascent.

London, United Kingdom

Maypine Launderette

This launderettes is one of the last original 24/7 laundry venues that is still operating in London.

Lisbon, Portugal

Central Penitentiary

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

Llanfairpwll, Wales

Llanfairpwll Railway Station

This train station is in a small Welsh town with a very long name - Llanfair­pwllgwyngyll­gogery­chwyrn­drobwll­llan­tysilio­gogo­goch.

Chicago, Illinois, USA

Art Institute of Chicago

This art museum, originally intended for the 1893 World's Fair in Chicago, stands today as one of the leading fine arts institutions in the U.S.

Greenbrier County, West Virginia, USA

The Greenbrier

In the Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia is “America’s Resort” with the lavish interior designs of infamous Dorothy Draper, while also holding an underground secret that may have ties to the U.S. government.

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