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Memorial to The Murdered Jews of Europe


One of the most impressive and controversial memorial to the Holocaust is located near Brandenburg Gate, in the Friedrichstadt neighborhood of Berlin.

Parque de Bombas: The Old Ponce Fire Station


One of Ponce’s most recognizable landmarks is Parque de Bombas, the city’s old firehouse building and now a firefighting museum.

Hidden Poems on Boston’s Sidewalk Reveal When it Rains


For the last few months, Boston’s local artists have been spray painting poetry onto concrete sidewalks using biodegradable, water-repellent paint.

The Crooked House of Himley


The Crooked House, so called because of its lean, is a curious little attraction and a local watering hole located close to the village of Himley, which is about 4 miles west of Dudley, in South Staffordshire, England.

The Skyscraper Without a Window


Standing at 33 Thomas Street in the Civic Center neighborhood of New York City is a 550-foot tall monolithic, granite-clad, concrete building.

The Crooked House of Himley


The Crooked House, so called because of its lean, is a curious little attraction and a local watering hole located close to the village of Himley, which is about 4 miles west of Dudley, in South Staffordshire, England.

Hidden Poems on Boston’s Sidewalk Reveal When it Rains


For the last few months, Boston’s local artists have been spray painting poetry onto concrete sidewalks using biodegradable, water-repellent paint.

The Fine Cave Paintings of Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc Cave


Of all prehistoric cave paintings discovered in different parts of the world, the ones at Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc Cave in southern France deserve special mention.

John Hooper’s Public Art And Sculptures


Located in front of Barbour's General Store on King Street in downtown Saint John, in New Brunswick, Canada, is a set of eleven life-sized wood figures depicting people patiently waiting for something.

Monument to The Taxi Driver, Buenos Aires


Located in the square of the Avenue of the Italians and Macacha Guemes, in the neighborhood Puerto Madero, in Buenos Aires, the Monument to the Taxi Driver is a tribute to the thousands of men and women who provide an important public transportation service to the city.

Kamilo: Hawaii's Plastic Beach


On the remote southeastern tip of the Big Island of Hawaii, lies the beach of Kamilo, where swirling ocean currents bring and dump all sorts of trash from the Pacific Northwest.

Monument to The Taxi Driver, Buenos Aires


Located in the square of the Avenue of the Italians and Macacha Guemes, in the neighborhood Puerto Madero, in Buenos Aires, the Monument to the Taxi Driver is a tribute to the thousands of men and women who provide an important public transportation service to the city.

The Ruined Churches of Ani


Up on a plateau in the remote highlands of northeast Turkey, 45 km away from the Turkish border city of Kars, lies the crumbling ruins of some forty-odd churches, chapels and mausoleums.

The Mysterious London Stone


Embedded in the wall of 111 Cannon Street, in the City of London, just above the sidewalk, is a small grilled window that appears like a decorative skylight for an underground basement.

The Tombstone Covered Floor of St. John's Co-Cathedral of Malta


Commissioned in 1572 by Grand Master Jean de la Cassière as the Conventual Church of St. John, the St.

Quincy Granite Railway: America’s First Commercial Railroad


When architect Solomon Willard arrived in Quincy, Massachusetts, in 1825, and discovered a granite ledge in a wooded area, he knew he had found the perfect raw material for what would become his most famous building, and the first monumental obelisk erected in the United States — the Bunker Hill Monument.

Shopping Over Water: Bridges That Carry Markets


Back in the old days, one of the easiest way to raise money for a bridge’s maintenance was to rent space over the bridge to merchants and shopkeepers.

Trajan’s Column: An Emperor’s War Diary Carved in Stone


In the beginning of the 2nd century, the Roman Emperor Trajan led two very successful war campaigns against the powerful Dacia kingdom by the river Danube in what is now Romania.

Flower Carpets at Infiorata Festival, Italy


The best time to visit Italy, if you want to catch the incredible Infiorata festival, is during May and June.

A Blast From The Past: Episode 17


A collection of interesting articles from Amusing Planet’s archives . World’s First UFO Landing Pad, and the First Landing!


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