Stanley-Livingstone Monument

Livingstone–Stanley Monument (Mugere, Burundi)

The Livingstone-Stanley Monument in Mugere, Burundi is the most famous site where virtually nothing happened. Dr. David Livingstone the physician and missionary, met Henry Morton Stanley the journalist and explorer but it wasn’t by chance,

Pete's Tavern

Pete’s Tavern (New York, New York)

Pete’s Tavern in the Gramercy Park neighborhood of Manhattan, is a historic pub and local attraction of sorts. Thanks to its staying power as a local watering hole, and a strange relationship with writer O.

Transamerica Pyramid

Transamerica Pyramid (San Francisco, California)

Designed by architect William Pereira and built by the Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction Company, the Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco, California, is a 48-story, 853 foot tall postmodern architectural icon. As well as being an important

World's Largest EGG

The World’s Largest Egg (Winlock, Washington)

The World’s Largest Egg (not actually the world’s largest egg) in Winlock, Washington is a twelve foot long, 1,200 pound egg, delicately resting on a ten-foot pole. Surrounded by a grassy median that runs through

Number 10 Downing Street

No. 10 Downing Street (London, England)

10 Downing Street, commonly just called Number 10 (or No. 10) throughout the United Kingdom, is the headquarters of the Government of the United Kingdom and the official residence of the First Lord of the

Alameda Spite House

Alameda Spite House (Alameda, California)

Thanks to modern building codes and city ordinances, the concept of building a house out of spite has long since fallen from the list of great ways to piss off people you don’t like. Since

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