Cadillac Ranch

Cadillac Ranch (Amarillo, Texas)

There are a few things that make Amarillo, Texas a special place, and chiefly among them is definitely Cadillac Ranch.  The internationally recognized roadside attraction and art instillation was created by San Francisco residents Chip

Bamahenge

Bamahenge (Elberta, Alabama)

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

Washington Monument (Washington, D.C.)

The Washington Monument is an obelisk on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., built to commemorate George Washington, the first President of the United States and once commander-in-chief of the Continental Army.  Due east of

The Gateway Arch through red leafed trees

The Gateway Arch (St. Louis, Missouri)

St. Louis, Missouri, located along the western bank of the Mississippi River on the border with Illinois is home to the tallest manmade arch in the world.  The Gateway Arch is a 630 foot (192m)

Pompeii (Italy)

The city of Pompeii was once a bustling city on a hill just across from the modern city of Naples.  Along with Herculaneum and many small villages in the surrounding area, Pompeii was destroyed by

The Statue of Liberty (New York, New York)

  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

Cloud Gate (Chicago, Illinois)

Inspired by liquid mercury, Cloud Gate often called “The Bean” is a public sculpture designed by British artist Anish Kapoor.   The crowning jewel of Millennium Park in Chicago, Illinois, Cloud Gate looks as if it

The Tsar Bell (Moscow, Russia)

If giant bells are your thing, the Tsar Bell is an absolute must see. The Tsar Bell, also known as the Tsarsky Kolokol, the Tsar Kolokol III, and the Royal Bell, is a 6.14 meter tall

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