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San Francisco, California

'World Sources of Food'

A four paneled, brightly multicolored mosaic adorns the side of this popular grocery store.
Belgrade, Serbia

Icarus on the Air Force Command Building

An Art Deco Icarus statue adorns this abandoned gem of Yugoslav Modernist architecture.
Edinburgh, Scotland

The Bore Stane

This ordinary-looking rock may have played an important role in a 16th-century Scottish battle.
San Diego, California

Panama-California Sculpture Court

A hidden courtyard houses early 20th-century plaster masterpieces.
San Francisco, California

Fort Point

Beneath the southern end of the Golden Gate Bridge is the “Gibraltar of the West Coast,” a fort built to protect the San Francisco Bay from naval attack.
Berlin, Germany

Konditorei Buchwald

For more than 170 years, this family-run bakery has been serving Berlin’s best Baumkuchen, or “tree cake.”
Hume, California

General Grant

The second-largest giant sequoia in the world.
Budapest, Hungary

Rosenstein

Dine on Hungarian-Jewish dishes at this multigenerational, family-run institution.
Madrid, Spain

Torres Blancas

Meant to resemble a massive tree, the building is the best example of Spanish organicist architecture in Madrid.
Belgrade, Serbia

Eastern City Gate of Belgrade

This feat of Brutalist architecture is also known as the Three Sisters.
Lakeview, Oregon

Old Perpetual Geyser

Along the Outback Scenic Byway, adjacent to hot springs, this human-made geothermal feature takes unexplained breaks.
Los Angeles, California

The (W)rapper

This jagged colossus of a building is mostly held together by an enormous concrete exoskeleton.
San Francisco, California

Sutro Heights Park

A hidden gem, named after a San Franciscan icon, offers spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean.
Fresno, California

The Meux Home Museum

The same family lived in this Victorian house for nearly 100 years without altering the building.
Washington, D.C.

First Teddy Bear

The story behind this beloved toy—named for Theodore Roosevelt and owned by his grandson—is more complicated than you might guess.
Sponsored by Washington.org
Athens, Greece

Archaeological Site inside Monastiraki Metro Station

View the ancient remains of buildings and the ancient "River of Hades" before hopping on a train.