4 July 2022

Recently Added Attractions

Shoes on the Danube Bank

Shoes on the Danube Bank (Budapest, Hungary)

Located on the Pest side of the Danube Promenade, about 300 meters (980 ft) south of the Hungarian Parliament, Shoes on the Danube Bank is a memorial sculpture in Budapest, Hungary. Conceived by film director

Spam Museum

The Spam Museum (Austin, Minnesota)

Austin, Minnesota is home to a special museum dedicated to one particular brand of canned precooked meat. The museum’s first home at Austin’s Oak Park Mall opened as the Hormel Foods First Century Museum in

The Big Bat

The Big Bat (Louisville, Kentucky)

The Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory is not just a home to the world-famous baseball bat producer. It’s also a place for them to show off some of their heritage and more importantly, it’s home

Colosseum of Rome

New Seven Wonders of the World

The New Seven Wonders of the World, or rather the New7Wonders was a campaign and popularity poll to select seven existing sites from a selection of 200 around the world that were historically and socially

Random Wonders

Unique Places to Eat

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Sites Around the World

  • Just outside Hanoi, Vietnam, actually 60 km outside Hanoi, the Perfume Pagoda (Huong Pagoda) is a complex of Buddhist temples, shrines, and shops built into the Huong Tich Mountain (Mountain of the Fragrant Traces). The ...
  • Griffith Observatory
    Featured in more than 30 major motion pictures, the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles, California became an international symbol of the city after it was used in two scenes from  James Deans “Rebel Without a ...
  • One of the most recognizable sites in the entire country, the Sydney Opera House was designed by Danish Architect Jørn Ulzon and opened on 20 October 1973.  The work was sanctioned by the government of ...
  • World's Smallest City Block
    Not one to be outdone by Portland, Oregon and their tiny Mill Ends Park that claims the title of the world’s smallest park, the town of Dothan, Alabama has its own world’s smallest record. Dothan ...

UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITES

  • Temple of Heaven
    Located in southern Beijing, The Temple of Heaven was first constructed in 1420 in the 18th year of the reign of Ming emperor Yongle.  The Temple of Heaven was extended and renovated during the reigns ...
  • Established by the U.S. Congress and signed into law by President Ulysses S. Grant on 1 March, 1872, Yellowstone National Park was the first National Park in the United States.  Located in Wyoming, Montana, and ...
  • The Walls of Ávila
    The Walls of Ávila, in central Spain are a well known and widely recognized symbol of the city, and it is highly likely that they are the main reason Ávila is one of the most ...
  • The Great Wall of China winding its way up a hill
    The Great Wall of China is one of The New7Wonders of the World, and with its 13,171 miles (21,196 km) of length is actually a series of fortifications, earth mounds, and small connecting walls rather ...

Bridges

Historic Landmarks

Amazing Sculptures

  •   The Statue of Liberty (French: La Liberté éclairant le monde), was a gift to the United States from the people of France and was dedicated on 28, October, 1886. The statue itself is technically called ...
  • Bamahenge
    In a clearing of pine trees some 600 feet (183 meters) from the entrance to a marina on the Gulf Coast of Elberta, Alabama, there is a remarkably unrealistic recreation of the world famous ancient ...
  • The Big Iron
    Created by artist Reed Todd in 1997, the Flat Iron Sculpture in Asheville, North Carolina is conveniently positioned across from the city’s famous 1926 Flat Iron Building. Loved by locals and tourists alike, Todd’s sculpture ...
  • The Fab Four sculpture in Liverpool, England
    For a large portion of the world Liverpool, England is known for one thing.  Being the birthplace of the Beatles.  And while there are plenty of things that make Liverpool a great place to visit, ...