Osaka City Central Public Hall

Osaka Central Public Hall (Osaka, Japan)

Since its construction in 1918, the red brick Osaka City Central Public Hall with its bronze dome, has become a symbol of the city itself. Built in the neo-Renaissance style, the public hall was designed

The Imperial Palace (Tokyo, Japan)

Located in the Chiyoda ward of Tokyo, the Imperial Palace of Japan occupies the same site of the original the Tokugawa shogunate’s castle, the Edo-jō. During its peak it was the largest fortress in the

Miniature World

Miniature World (Victoria, British Columbia)

The Empress is by far the most famous hotel in Victoria, possibly the most famous hotel in British Columbia. Along with its historic tea service and little boutiques with big price tags, the Empress hides

Čumil the Sewer Worker

Čumil (Bratislava, Slovakia)

A strange traffic jam of tourists on a seemingly random corner in the Slovakian capital of Bratislava doesn’t seem like it’d be a daily occurrence, but one particular intersection has a cheeky piece or art

Gas Works Park (Seattle, Washington)

Located on the north shore of Lake Union, Gas Works Park, in Seattle, Washington, is an oasis in the city that was once the site of the Seattle Gas Light Company coal gasification plant. Opened to the public in

Tippecanoe Place

Tippecanoe Place (South Bend, Indiana)

Clement Studebaker, the co-founder of the Studebaker vehicle manufacturing firm built his stately manor Tippecanoe Place in the West Washington Historic District (then just known as a haven for the rich) of South Bend, Indiana

1985 Earthquake Memorial

Plaza de la Solidaridad (Mexico City, Mexico)

In the early morning hours of September 19, 1985 Mexico City, Mexico was violently hit by an 8.0 magnitude earthquake. The earthquake resulted in more than 5,000 deaths and widespread destruction throughout the city. As

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