Hidden Wonders

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A collection the most unusual places and things with deeper meanings and untold stories. Let's explore together!

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.

Daytona Beach, Florida, United States

Daytona International Speedway

If Daytona was going to be the world capital for competitive speed, it was going to need a precise timer.

Cappadocia, Turkey

Hot Air Balloon

Hop on a hot air balloon to explore this region's ancient villages carved in soft rock.

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.

Killyleagh, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

Killyleagh Castle

Ireland’s oldest castle—and among the most ancient, still-inhabited castles in the world.

Brooklyn, New York, United States

Floyd Bennet Field

When Lindbergh returned from his heroic flight, he immediately set out to design the Hour Angle wristwatch and found a willing partner for its manufacture in Longines.

Turin, Italy

Musy Padre e Figli

The tiara, which has remained with the family for over 150 years, is believed to have been created by Musy Padre e Figli – Court Jeweller of Turin, and one of the oldest goldsmiths in Europe.

Brooklyn, New York, United States

Brooklyn Bridge

With gothic arches that rise “like majestic cathedral windows,” the structure not only symbolized the era’s optimism, but stood as a work of art in its own right.

Washington DC, United States

The Renwick Gallery

Became the first museum intentionally designed for art to "encourage American genius," and so was dubbed the "American Louvre" to establish Washington as the cultural center of the nation.

Washington DC, United States

Larz Anderson House

Once described as a “Florentine villa in the midst of American independence,” this turn-of-the-20th century aristocratic mansion was built in a European state of mind with its dominating English and Italian influences.

Washington DC, United States

Union Station

The 96-foot high Main Hall coffered ceiling is an example of an interior indebted to Burnham’s signature neoclassical design as its gold leaf trim reflects the natural light entering from the large Diocletian windows.

Istanbul, Turkey

Dolmabahçe Palace

Situated on the banks of the Bosphorus Strait, the Dolmabahçe Palace is the former administrative center for the Ottoman Empire.

Hillah,Babil, Iraq

Ishtar Gate

Built in 575 BC, the Ishtar Gate was conceived as part of a grand processional way into the city of Babylon.

Penang, Malaysia

Kek Lok Si Temple

Featuring thousands of images and sculptures of Buddha, the Kek Lok Si Temple is the largest Buddhist temple in Malaysia.

Villabassa, Italy

Church of St. Magdalena in Moso

The Church of St. Magdalena in Moso was comissioned by Countess Paola di Gonzaga, a member of one of Italy's most influential noble houses during the Renaissance.

Palm Spring, California, United States

1955 Lincoln Capri

Enter the Lincoln Capri, launched in 1952 - or as the car would become known as: “the nearest sensation to flying”.

Reykjavik, Iceland

Reykjavík Old Harbour

For those desiring a close-up view, boat tours depart daily from Reykjavík’s Old Harbour.

Milton, Delaware, United States

Futuro House

This did not come from space, it came from Finland!

Paris, France

La Maison Rose

This restaurant on Paris' famed Montmartre hill was once frequented by Picasso.

Isle of Wight, UK

Old Thatch Teashop

Built in 1690, this building is the oldest in Shanklin on the Isle of Wight. It houses a quintessential English tea shop, a "dairy garden," and a friendly ghost.

Weymouth, UK

Punch & Judy

This puppet booth is one of the many who have hosted Punch & Judy shows on Weymouth's beaches.

Julian Alps, Slovenia

Lake Bled

This Lake is home to the 17th-century Church of the Assumption, a destination for religious pilgrims for hundreds of years.

Delhi, India

Humayun’s Tomb

This magnificent mausoleum is both a tribute to love and grief also represents a huge leap forward in Mughal architecture.

Bellport, New York, USA

Barnstable Cat Boat

This uniquely-designed New English sailboat was built for rough waters and low tides.

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.

Lozovac, Dalmatia, Croatia

Krka National Park

This Croatian national park is popularly known more for its waterfalls than its pancakes.

Leipzig, Germany

St. Nicholas Church

This 12th century church played an important role in the reunification of Germany, and once had an extremely famous music director.

Sossusvlei, Namibia

Hidden Vlei

This seemingly desolate clay pan in the Namib Desert exhibits beautiful orange hues across its towering dunes.

Felicity, California, USA

Church on the Hill

This town, population 2, in the Yuma Desert outside Arizona is home to the Museum of History in Granite, and the "official" center of the world.

Tokyo, Japan

Kabuki-za Theatre

This theatre, evoking Baroque-Japanese revivalist style and pre-Edo period design, is devoted to the art of Kabuki, staging performances that can last an entire day.

Australia, Bruny Island, Cape Bruny Lighthouse

Cape Bruny Lighthouse

The second oldest extant lighthouse tower in Australia has been continuously manned for 158 years.

Moritzburg, Saxony, Germany

Schloss Moritzburg

This German castle contains the most valuable collection of hunting trophies in Europe and possibly the world.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

La Casa Minima

This humble abode in Buenos Aires, Argentina sits nestled between larger buildings - it the city's narrowest dwelling.

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