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Discovered accidently in 1535 and crudely mapped in 1684 by buccaneer Ambrose Crowley, these islands were initially named after pirates, British royalty and noblemen. One of the islands, Wolf island, is famously home to vampire finches and this place was visited by Charles Darwin.
Founded in 1764, the initial collection was assembled for Fredrick II of Prussia. It is the second largest of its kind in the world and has spawned a number of dependencies around the world. This Museum of art also includes a former residence of the Russian emperors, the Winter Palace.
Declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 1986, legend says it was built by Finn MacCool. The 50-60 million year old structures can be up to 12 meters tall and some notable features are the "Organ", the "honeycomb" and the "Giants Boot"
Rebuilt every year after opening in 1990 in northern Sweden, this was the first of its kind and is the largest of its kind in the world. It contains a church, a main hall and a reception area but no plumbing. Around 100 rooms are available for guests.
This 22 acre island houses a lighthouse, with its original being built in 1854 but was damaged by an earthquake in 1906. It features as "The Sanctuary" in the movie, "The book of Eli", and Sean Connery stars as a MI6 agent and is said to be the only one to have done something involving this island in the movie, "The Rock".
Originally conceived in 1923 to promote tourism, the six grandfathers were to be sculpted into gutzon borglums design. Historian Doane Robinson wanted heroes like Lewis & Clake and chief Crazy Horse to be represented. Sometimes referred to as "the shrine of democracy", more than 2 million visitors are attracted anually.
Among the oldest inhabited cities in the world, the ruins of Thebes lie within this city. It is thought to have been continuously inhabited since circa 3200 BC, making it possibly the oldest in Africa.
This Italian styled village has been used as a filming location for various television shows and films, most notably as "The Village" in the 1960's television show "The Prisoner". Designed and built by Sir Clough Williams Ellis between 1925 and 1975, this Welsh village has a statue of Hercules.
Built by Gustave Eiffel, this French monument was built on Bedloe's Island, completed in 1886, it became an UNESCO world heritage site in 1984. American poet, Emma Lazarus wrote a sonnet "The New Colossus" to help with fundraising.
Statue of Liberty
Created in 1953, it is 160 miles long and around 2.5 miles wide. It is the site of what sometimes has been called "the flagpole war", resulting in the worlds fourth tallest flagpole. Donald Trump was the first sitting U.S president to visit and cross here.
Korean Demilitarized Zone
A simple hunting lodge was eventually transformed into this UNESCO world heritage site. It includes the "Hall of Mirrors", probably the most famous room on this site. World War 1's most important treaty to end the war was signed here.
Palace of Versailles
Straddling the border between Switzerland and Italy, it is one of the deadliest of its kind in the world, with over 500 deaths. It what is considered as the last ascent of the golden age of alpinism, Edward Whymper and company reached the summit in 1865.
Commissioned in 1632 and believed to be completed entirely by 1653, this 42 acre UNESCO site was a winner in the 2007 New wonders of the world initiative. This jewel of Muslim art in India attracts over 7 million visitons a year.
Establish in 1753, this institution was the first of its kind in the world and houses one of the largest and most comprehensive collections in the world.
This area in Vietnam has shown the presence of prehistoric humans for 10's of thousands of years, comprising of over 1600 islands and islets, this UNESCO world heritage site has a name which means "descending dragon"
Being highly viewed as the first of its kind in the world, this hotspot was only explored in an organized way in the 1860's. Spanning an area of nearly 3500sq mi, it became a UNESCO world heritage site in 1978.A 2009 BBC documentary series looked at a year in the life of this place.
This small Roman Catholic chapel in the Czech Republic where František Rint was employed by the Schwarzenberg family in 1870 to put this place in order, yielding a macabre result which has been among the most visited places in the Czech Republic.
This South American area contains designs including "The Monkey", "The Whale" and "The Heron", designated a UNESCO heritage site in 1994. The area featured as a clue to help direct Indian Jones to find the Crystal skull of Aktor.
These two areas are in two separate countries, with one area having around 40000 visitors a year, while the other area is only supposed to be accessed with permits. Both areas are at an altitude over 5000 metres and one is North while the other is South.
Everest Base Camp
This city, one of the twelve of the Ionian league, was famed as one of the seven wonders of the ancient world was nearby. The gospel of St John is thought to have been written at the UNESCO world heritage site and it was one of the seven churches of Asia mentioned in the Book of Revelation.