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Den Burg, Netherlands

The Wadden Sea

Rich with fauna and flora, nature-lovers can walk across the sea at this UNESCO World Heritage spot.
Dresden, Germany

Dresden Frauenkirche

This Dresden church was purposely rebuilt Protestant after being demolished in World War II.
Lübeck, Germany

Medieval Courtyards of Lübeck

The small alleys in Lübeck's Old Town are a result of medieval urban sprawl.
Kasendorf, Germany

The Dance Linden

For centuries, Germans have been dancing in trees.
Tübingen, Germany

Schlosslabor

The old castle kitchen where nucleic acid was first isolated is considered the "cradle of biochemistry."
Strasbourg, France

Stained-Glass Demons

Explore this medieval cathedral by trying to spot all the malevolent monsters hiding in its beautifully colored windows.
Strasbourg, France

Strasbourg Astronomical Clock

There has been an astronomical clock on this spot since the 14th century.
Strasbourg, France

Strasbourg Cathedral's Antique Graffiti

Visitors dating back to the 1600s carved their marks in the stones of the iconic tower.
Berlin, Germany

Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church

An imperial church bombed to ruins during WWII now stands as a jagged memorial.
Murray Bridge, Australia

Murray Bridge Bunyip

An animatronic tribute to a legendary half-man, half-fish creature.
Walhalla, Australia

Long Tunnel Extended Gold Mine

A rare chance to enter an original gold mine from the 1800s.
Richmond, Australia

Richmond Bridge

It's beautiful, it's haunted and its claim to fame is that it's the oldest existing stone arch bridge in Australia.
Noojee, Australia

Noojee Trestle Bridge

This remnant of an old railroad is the tallest surviving wooden trestle bridge in Victoria.
Broulee, Australia

Broulee Canoe Tree

This tree, with its large oval-shaped scar, is a rare piece of Aboriginal cultural history.
Gembrook, Australia

Kurth Kiln

This kiln was erected to produce charcoal for gas producer units during World War II.
Southbank, Australia

'Vault'

This abstract sculpture was initially so disliked that it got moved to the outskirts of town a few months after installation.
Beechworth, Australia

Woolshed Falls

This gold mine turned swimming hole is the perfect summer picnic spot immersed in nature and history.
Hobart, Australia

Mawson's Huts Replica Museum

The world's only full-size replica of the research hut used by Douglas Mawson for his 1911-14 Australasian Antarctic Expedition.
Beauty Point, Australia

Seahorse World

An active seahorse farm is currently saving Tasmania's handfish from extinction.
Musk, Australia

The Three Lost Children Walk & Monument

A memorial to one of the saddest stories in Victoria's history.
South Hobart, Australia

The Cascades Female Factory

The forgotten and tragic story of the thousands of female convicts forcibly transported to Tasmania is told inside the ruins of this notorious 19th-century workhouse.
Maldon, Australia

Porcupine Flat Gold Dredge and Dragline

These two large, rusting pieces of machinery are relics of Australia’s gold mining past.
Echuca, Australia

Echuca Wharf

A timber wharf that contributed to Echuca becoming the largest inland port in 19th-century Australia.
Steppes, Australia

The Steppes Sculptures

These bronze sculptures can be found in an isolated patch of bush in Tasmania’s highlands.