Abbey Road Zebra Crossing

Abbey Road Zebra Crossing (London, England)

There are places around the world that are famous simple because one of the Beatles was once there doing something. The Abbey Road Zebra Crossing is one of these places and should be an otherwise

Marble Arch

Marble Arch (London, England)

Designed in 1827 by famed architect John Nash as the state entrance to the cour d’honneur of Buckingham Palace, the Marble Arch is one of the most fittingly named roadside attractions in the world.  Literally an

The Liberty Bell close up

The Liberty Bell (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

The Liberty Bell has become a symbol of American independence partly because it originally hung in the bell tower of the building we have come to call Independence Hall.  The Liberty Bell started it’s life

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

Parque Santander (Leticia, Colombia)

In the sleepy border town of Leticia, Colombia, Parque Santander is a unique spectacle.  The park is not just unique for Colombia but there is truly nothing else like it anywhere in the world.  Each

Big Ben (London, England)

One of the most recognized landmarks in the world, Big Ben is actually not the name of a building but rather a bell, or rather a nickname for the Great Bell of the clock at

Hospital in the Rock (Budapest, Hungary)

The Hospital in the Rock Museum was a functional hospital turned Nuclear Bunker built in the beginning of WWII.  Flowing deep into the caverns below Buda Castle in Budapest, Hungary, the hospital system was created