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London, England

Crossbones Graveyard

This South London cemetery holds the remains of more than 15,000 people.
Copenhagen, Denmark

'Havfrue' ('Mermaid')

Copenhagen's "other" little mermaid marks the historic location of past sea maid sightings.
Paris, France

Site of La Morgue de Paris

The location of this small park was once the site of an infamous public morgue.
London, England

George Inn

It may be a historic 17th-century coaching inn, but the George Inn still functions like a modern pub.
Isle of Wight, England

The Durbar Room

This elaborate banquet hall in Queen Victoria's summer residence is an homage to Indian architecture, including miniature models of palaces in India.
Hastings, England

Saint Clement's Caves

A former smuggler's haven houses "The Chapel" and its mysterious carvings.
Portsmouth, England

Charles Dickens Statue

A rare full-sized statue of one of Britain's famous writers.
Ipswich, England

Alexander Obolensky Statue

A bronze and stone statue made to recognize the life and career of a Russian aristocrat turned English rugby player.
Dubrovnik, Croatia

Old Town Walls Basketball Courts

Picturesque basketball courts sheltered by historical defensive walls and with an enviable sea view.
Vienna, Austria

Vienna Cloth Measures

These two 15th-century metal rods allowed people to check if they were swindled or not.
London, England

Site of the Tabard Inn

The location Geoffrey Chaucer and tale-telling pilgrims set off for Canterbury in April 1386.
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Chet Baker Memorial Relief

In 1988, jazz legend Chet Baker fell to his death from a window of this hotel facing Amsterdam Centraal.
Winchester, England

The Great West Window

This cathedral's stained-glass patchwork of psychedelic colors and shapes was put in place long before the swinging 60s.
Llanelli, Wales

Loughor Viaduct

A section of a historic wooden trestle viaduct is preserved next to the railway line it once carried.
Carmarthenshire, Wales

The Great Welsh Amelia Earhart Controversy

Where, exactly, the great aviator completed her transatlantic flight has caused some trouble in Wales.
Reynoldston, Wales

Maen Ceti (Arthur's Stone)

A Neolithic burial tomb connected with a colorful array of legends.
Port Eynon, Wales

Port Eynon Salt House

The seaside ruins of an ancient salt production facility.
Port Eynon, Wales

Culver Hole

This tall stone wall with no door and ill-matched windows was built centuries ago, and used as a shelter for domesticated pigeons.
Pembroke Dock, Wales

Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre

This Welsh dockyard was the site of the not-so-secret construction of the Millennium Falcon for the original Star Wars trilogy.
Pembrokeshire, Wales

St. Govan's Chapel

A hermit's tiny cell built into the cliffside that saved him in South Pembrokeshire.
St Paul's, England

'Ruined'

A unique sculpture cemetery dedicated to the region's defunct businesses.
Bristol, England

Corn Exchange Dual-Time Clock

The unusual clock on this 18th-century market building has an extra minute hand for "Bristol time."
Jevington, England

The Birthplace of Banoffi Pie

This blue plaque commemorates the unexpected origin of one of the world's most beloved deserts.
Cape Town, South Africa

The Most Southwestern Point of Africa

The Cape of Good Hope is not quite as low as you can go on the African continent, but it's still geographically significant.