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The Rueda Eiffel in Cordoba, Argentina.
Córdoba, Argentina

Rueda Eiffel

An intriguing antique iron Ferris wheel that most locals are sure was designed by Gustave Eiffel.
-31.4300, -64.1805
Lourdes' Grotto
Mar del Plata, Argentina

Lourdes' Grotto

A grotto replicating one of the world's most famed Marian apparitions sits across the ocean from the original.
-38.0390, -57.5534
Sanctuaries of Difunta Correa
Caucete, Argentina

Sanctuaries of Difunta Correa

Trash-filled shrines to an unofficial saint known for her endless breast milk dot the highways of Argentina.
-31.7333, -67.9833
La Casa Mínima in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires, Argentina

La Casa Mínima

The narrowest house in Buenos Aires is less than 10 feet wide.
-34.6167, -58.3713
Death in juxtaposition with spring flowers
San Andres de Giles, Argentina

Abandoned Cemetery of San Andres de Giles

Crumbling crypts and overgrown graves rise just out of arm's reach in this forgotten Buenos Aires graveyard.
-34.4722, -59.4218
Almirante Brown Department, Argentina

Campo del Cielo Meteorite Field

A vast landscape of craters from fallen meteorites.
-26.5858, -60.9540
Deseado Department, Argentina

Jaramillo Petrified Forest

Conifers from the Jurassic Period transformed into stone in Patagonia.
-47.6649, -67.9940
Buried treasure.
Nono, Argentina

Rocsen Museum

One man's quest to collect artifacts from every aspect of human life has resulted in this eclectic Argentinian museum.
-31.7996, -64.9566
Sarmiento Department, Argentina

Petrified Forest of José de Ormachea

An ancient forest of the Paleocene Age turned to stone.
-45.8141, -69.0679
Cafayate, Argentina

Strange House

Visit this odd display of indigenous style in Argentine wine country.
-26.0703, -65.9788
The rock is littered with gems.
Wanda, Argentina

Wanda Mines

A small but industrious mining operation that allows visitors to touch precious gems while they are still in the rock.
-25.9570, -54.6011
Tafí del Valle Department, Argentina

Tafí del Valle Menhires

Mysterious and ancient carved standing stones.
-26.9500, -65.7167
Coloso
Villa Martelli, Argentina

Coloso

This giant power line tower is a robot that can express its moods with neon lights.
-34.5586, -58.5109
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Floralis Generica

105-foot wide giant metallic flower blooms anew every day in the heart of Buenos Aires.
-34.5815, -58.3936
In the courtyard.
Buenos Aires, Argentina

El Zanjón de Granados

Museum housed in underground tunnels that date back to Buenos Aires's earliest settlements.
-34.6167, -58.3717
Luján, Argentina

Castillo de Naveira

A neo-Gothic castle in the Argentinian countryside.
-34.5368, -59.0603
Ichigualasto, Argentina

Ischigualasto

Massive rock sculptures formed during the time of the dinosaurs still stand undisturbed.
-30.1236, -68.0001
Artists display their wares along Caminito.
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Caminito

A bright little alley in La Boca is a part of tango history.
-34.6393, -58.3627
Tunnel entrance below Manzana de las Luces
Buenos Aires, Argentina

La Manzana de las Luces

A gateway to a mysterious network of underground tunnels.
-34.6110, -58.3747
El Chaltén, Argentina

Cerro Fitz Roy

The inspiration for the Patagonia Clothing logo, Cerro Fitz Roy turns pink at sunrise.
-49.3315, -72.8863
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Cementerio de la Recoleta

Buenos Aires' city of the dead contains some very famous remains, including Eva Perón.
-34.5886, -58.3925
The Fountain of the Innocents is one of the few surviving pieces of the lost cemetery.
Paris, France

Fountain of Innocents

A 16th-century fountain marks the site of a lost medieval cemetery once filled with mass graves.
48.8606, 2.3469
Cloaca machine at MONA
Berriedale, Australia

Museum of Old and New Art (MONA)

This controversial museum includes such detested exhibits as a chocolate suicide bomber and fecal-smelling digestion machine.
-42.8127, 147.2613
Climbing Shot Tower
Taroona, Australia

Joseph Moir's Shot Tower

For a century, the tallest building in Tasmania was a tower built to manufacture ammunition.
-42.9580, 147.3374