There’s a place behind Mount Rushmore that few really know exists. It’s a room called the Hall of Records, and it was the idea of the monument’s sculptor, Gutzon Borglum.

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Eiffel Tower Gustave Eiffel, the designer of the Eiffel Tower, made sure he reserved the best view of Paris for himself, so he designed an apartment on the third level

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It was considered one of the scariest landings in the world–depending on if you were in the plane or on the ground. The famous runway at Princess Juliana International Airport

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The Leaning Tower of Pisa is an architectural oddity and probably the most famous leaning building in the world. Construction of the tower started in 1173 and wasn’t officially finished

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Sand dunes are usually associated with the desert, but there is one place far from the heat that has them, and of all places they’re in Alaska. These sand dunes

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St. Kinga’s Chapel 350 feet underground in the Wieliczka Salt Mine The Wieliczka Salt Mine in southern Poland is visited by over one million tourists per year, is one of

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Taking in the scenery out of an airplane window is one of the most enjoyable things about air travel. You may have never thought about the shape of the windows,

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It’s not just a likeness of Darth Vader that adorns the outside of the National Cathedral in Washington D.C., it’s indeed a replica of the real thing. The bust of

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The Golden Gate Bridge is one of the most iconic structures in the world, and it stands as one of the most impressive feats of engineering that took place in

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London city streets are notorious for being difficult to navigate or understand, but for London taxi drivers that must ferry passengers to any part of the city without delay, an

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It’s a question we often don’t think about, but we pass the things everyday.  It’s the eight-sided stop sign, the red sign with the white lettering that indicates that we

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