The Joker Stairs (The Bronx, New York)

An otherwise unspectacular and once humble staircase sandwiched between apartment buildings that connects Shakespeare and Anderson Avenues has become an unmistakable tourist attraction in the Highbridge neighborhood of the Bronx. Officially known as “step streets”, 

Antoine's Restaurant

Antoine’s (New Orleans, Louisiana)

Being able to say a business is “Family owned and operated” is often a badge of honor, but Antoine’s in New Orleans, Louisiana, having been a family affair since 1840 takes it to another level

R.E.M. Murmer Railroad Trestle

R.E.M. Murmur Railroad Trestle (Athens, Georgia)

An otherwise ordinary railroad trestle in Athens, Georgia that should have been destroyed decades ago has become an important landmark and tourist attraction thanks to being featured on the back cover of the 1983 R.E.M.

Imagine Mosaic Memorial

Imagine Mosaic (Manhattan, New York)

Designated as a Quiet Zone in the New York City’s Central Park, the Imagine Memorial Mosaic was created by Italian craftsmen and given as a gift by the city of Naples, Italy. Based on a

Jimi Hendrix Statue in Seattle, Washington

Jimi Hendrix Bronze (Seattle, Washington)

A life-sized bronze statue of Jimi Hendrix commissioned by Mike Malone, the founder of AEI Music Network is proudly displayed just off the corner of Broadway and E. Pine St. in Seattle, Washington. Dedicated in

The Exorcist Stairs in Washington DC

Exorcist Stairs (Washington D.C.)

Located in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C. at the corner of Prospect St NW and 36th St NW, The Exorcist Steps are famous for being featured in the film The Exorcist. The stone steps

The Disc

The Dish (Parkes, Australia)

Twenty kilometers north of Parkes, New South Wales, Australia is a simple radio telescope observatory known officially as the Parkes Observatory. Unofficially, it’s known as The Dish. The Parkes Observatory is operated by the Commonwealth

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