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Crater Lake, Oregon

Old Man of the Lake

A vertically floating hemlock controls the waves and weather at Crater Lake.
42.9446, -122.1092
African Quadripoint
Chobe, Botswana

African Quadripoint

There is only one place in the world where the corners of four nations come together.
-17.7917, 25.2633
Jumping into Devil's Pool
Victoria Falls, Zambia

Devil's Swimming Pool

The world's highest and most dangerous infinity pool lies at the precipice of Victoria Falls.
-17.9240, 25.8535
Side view of Orry
Doha, Qatar

Orry the Oryx Statue

This seemingly random 30-foot statue of an oryx in Qatar's capital was a mascot for the 2006 Asian Games.
25.3078, 51.5196
Field, Canada

Yoho National Park

Fossils, railroads, and waterfalls!
51.3956, -116.4865
Vancouver, Canada

Steam Clock Gastown Vancouver

A working steam clock, one of only a few in the world, located in Vancouver's Victorian Gastown.
49.2849, -123.1113
Boswell, Canada

Boswell Embalming Bottle House

This house was largely built out of hundreds of thousands of discarded glass embalming fluid bottles.
49.3670, -116.7271
One of the many headstones with statue
Montreal, Canada

Notre-Dame-de-Neiges Cemetery

Canada's largest graveyard boasts a lot of noteworthy artifacts as well as its own computerized mapping service.
45.4982, -73.6108
Tunnel Entrance
Kananaskis, Canada

The Vault

What was to be the world's most secure Cold War document vault ended up as just a few shallow caves.
51.0200, -115.1650
The Big Head sculpture in Canmore.
Canmore, Canada

Big Head Sculpture

The granite head appears to be deep in thought and half buried in the ground.
51.0894, -115.3554
The Igloo Church.
Inuvik, Canada

Our Lady of Victory Church

This house of worship in the Arctic Circle is shaped like an igloo.
68.3579, -133.7225
The Inuvik community greenhouse was converted from an old hockey rink.
Inuvik, Canada

Inuvik Community Greenhouse

Canada's most northerly commercial greenhouse was once a hockey arena.
68.3599, -133.8597
Mammoth skeleton at the centre.
Whitehorse, Canada

Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre

Home to a full cast of the largest woolly mammoth ever recovered in North America. 
60.7088, -135.0791
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Santiago Atitlán, Guatemala

Maximón

Guatemalan womanizer, venerated during Holy Week.
14.6335, -91.2313
The Conical Tower
Masvingo, Zimbabwe

Great Zimbabwe

The largest prehistoric ruins south of the Sahara, once a powerful center of international trade.
-20.2596, 30.9360
Harrison's Cave
Barbados

Harrison's Cave

This popular tourist cave was ignored for almost 200 years before being mined into an attraction.
13.1748, -59.5988
Baños Balcárcel
Quetzaltenango, Guatemala

Baños Balcárcel

A century-old bathhouse that provides the luxury of warm water to rural Guatemalans.
14.8453, -91.5111
The top of the brightly colored church
Quezaltenango, Guatemala

La Iglesia de San Andres de Xecul

Experience Guatemala's sensory-exploding church is a blunt reminder of European influence.
14.9046, -91.4825
Sunrise over Atitlán.
Guatemala

Lago de Atitlán

Central America's deepest lake is actually an volcanic caldera, surrounded by three volcanoes.
14.7000, -91.2000
Colors of Chichiastenango
Chichicastenango, Guatemala

Chichicastenango Cemetery

One of the world’s most colorful cemeteries, where each pigment is symbolic.
14.9438, -91.1148
Zunil, Guatemala

Las Fuentes Georginas

Volcanically heated hot springs.
14.7426, -91.5161
Semuc Champey
Guatemala

Semuc Champey

Hidden deep in the Guatemalan jungle is a turquoise paradise of natural pools, caves, and waterfalls.
15.5333, -89.9614
Oxford, England

The Sheldonian Theatre

A theatre built to house the rowdy Oxford graduation ceremonies became the stage for a debate about God's existence.
51.7544, -1.2551
An unimpressive storefront hides an astonishing hoard of treasures.
Doha, Qatar

The Rugman of Doha

Exotic Persian and tribal rugs from some of the world's most dangerous places.
25.2803, 51.5225