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Belgrade, Serbia

The Why? Memorial

A NATO bombing took the lives of 16 civilians in 1999—the ruins remain in the center of Belgrade.
Curtea de Argeș, Romania

Curtea de Argeș Monastery

According to a gruesome legend, an architect sacrificed his wife to build this spectacular, 16th-century cathedral.
Bucharest, Romania

Monument to the Heroes of the Air

This sculpture used famed boxer Joe Louis as the inspiration behind its body.
Świdnica, Poland

Świdnica Peace Church

This centuries-old wooden wonder was built in less than a year and is one of Europe's largest timber-framed churches.
Helsingør, Denmark

Gamle Færgestræde

Just off the city’s central station hides a quaint lamp-lit alley into medieval Elsinore.
Gurgulyat, Bulgaria

Mother Bulgaria Pantheon

While it would not look out of place among Serbian spomeniks, this massive Bulgarian monument commemorates one of their defeats.
Wrocław, Poland

The Train to Heaven

A 90-ton, gravity-defiant steam locomotive shoots for the skies in this bizarrely beautiful public artwork.
Wrocław, Poland

Przejście (Passage)

A striking public sculpture representing the period of martial law in Communist Poland.
Wrocław, Poland

Neon Side Gallery

A collection of old neon signs from all over Poland line a secluded courtyard.
Wrocław, Poland

Wroclaw Dwarves

The silly symbol for an underground protest group is now scattered around the city.
Ilidža, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Hotel Austria & Bosna

In 1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand spent his final night alive at this luxurious hotel.
Belgrade, Serbia

Čukur Fountain

An eerie fountain commemorating the death of a boy that sparked a small war in the 19th century.
Tbilisi, Georgia

Berikaoba Sculpture Group

A lively circle of dancers in the Georgian capital commemorates an ancient rite of spring.
Tbilisi, Georgia

'Chronicle of Georgia'

This extraordinary, multi-pillared monument depicts the fascinating history of Georgia.
Bankya, Bulgaria

Bankya Residence

Now a ruin, this grand resort was coveted by a communist autocrat and an eccentric Japanese golfer.
Pristina, Kosovo

Gazimestan

The site of a legendary 14th-century battle and a controversial 20th-century speech.
Copenhagen, Denmark

'Tisseren' ('The Pee-er')

An unconventional and naturalistic sculpture depicting the artist marking his territory on an exterior faculty wall.
Mosta, Malta

Abandoned Subaru Dealership

This garage is frozen in the late 1990s, full of rare and untouched cars and motorcycles.
Tirana, Albania

Bunk’Art 2

In the heart of Tirana, this underground nuclear bunker has been transformed into a museum.
Istanbul, Turkey

Palace of the Porphyrogenitus

Byzantine emperors ruled, lived, and died in this 13th-century palace-turned-museum.
Brussels, Belgium

Everard t'Serclaes Monument

A shining memorial to a Belgian hero is said to bring luck to anyone who touches it.
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Ratni muzej (War Museum 1992 Sarajevo)

A small museum built by a family that survived the Siege of Sarajevo.
Brussels, Belgium

René Magritte Museum

A lovely biographical museum in the artist's home of 24 years.
Doboj, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Doboj Fortress

A military fort has guarded the surrounding area from this key position since the 13th century.