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Las Vegas, Nevada

Golden Tiki

Keen eyes can find the Disney influences throughout this treasure trove of a tiki bar.
Alexandria, Egypt

Saad Zaghloul Pasha Monument

This memorial park is also the original site of Queen Cleopatra’s Caesareum, whose pillars now stand in London and New York.
Alexandria, Egypt

Bibliotheca Alexandrina

The lost library of Alexandria, revived as a spearhead of cultural preservation.
Lead, South Dakota

Homestake Open Cut

Before its closure in 2002, this South Dakota mine was the largest and deepest gold mine in Western Hemisphere.
St. Louis, Missouri

Crown Candy Kitchen

The oldest soda fountain in St. Louis has been serving up treats for more than a century.
Chicago, Illinois

Kinzie Street Bridge

In 2004, a Dave Matthews Band tour bus dumped 800 pounds of waste off a bridge and onto an unsuspecting tour boat below.
Kamakura, Japan

Site of the Golden Dragon Spring

An unassuming set of tiles next to a mailbox mark the former location of one of the most famous springs in the city.
Glen Rock, New Jersey

Glen Rock

The 570-ton boulder that gave a New Jersey town its name.
Kamakura, Japan

Hao-Hao Tunnel

Over 80 years old, this hand-dug tunnel is a Chinese-style portal to another world.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Extinct Bird Hall

Venture into the past with an unlisted exhibit hall featuring extinct birds.
Kamakura, Japan

Kamakura Carnival Mural

This frenetic mural recalls an annual festival that once took the city by storm.
Kamakura, Japan

Ryuko-Myojin Shrine

Once upon a time in Kamakura, a five-headed dragon fell in love with an Indian water goddess.
Mexican Hat, Utah

Mexican Hat

This balancing rock is one of Utah's most unusual geological formations.
Sioux Falls, South Dakota

'Arc of Dreams'

This soaring sculpture and Sioux Falls landmark represents the leap of faith taken to make one's dreams come true.
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin

Andy Gump Statue

An unusual statue in Wisconsin of the first daily comic strip character.
Chicago, Illinois

Bob Newhart Statue

Honoring the star of the “The Bob Newhart Show” which took place in the city of Chicago in the 1970s.
Shrewsbury, Massachusetts

The Hebert Candy Mansion

This Tudor-style mansion is home to the first roadside confectioner in the United States.
Boston, Massachusetts

'Frogs in Common'

Created by a local artist, these quirky sculptures each have their own names and personalities.
Chicago, Illinois

Chicago Rat Hole

The rodent-shaped sidewalk imprint that earned worldwide media attention.
Iceland

Diamond Beach

A black sand beach where glacial fragments wash ashore and look like sparkling diamonds.
Chicago, Illinois

Meigs Field Tower and Terminal

The last remnants of a lakeside airport that was bulldozed overnight by the mayor of Chicago.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Allen-Bradley Clock Tower

This was once the largest four-sided clock in the world (yes, even bigger than Big Ben).
Las Vegas, Nevada

Secret Pizza

A tiny slice shop hides down an unmarked hallway in a Las Vegas casino.
Scranton, Pennsylvania

Steamtown National Historic Site

The train collection of an eccentric New England seafood mogul is now a National Historical Site.