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"They Have Landed" Ball      
Cleveland: 
Plywood spherical art by Loren Naji.
Landmarks   
W 9th St & Superior Ave
Amon Carter Museum      
Fort Worth: 
Skip the western crap and check out the brilliant photography collection.
Landmarks   
3501 Camp Bowie Blvd • 817-738-1933
Berlin Wall      
Berlin: 
"Ich bin ein Berliner"
Landmarks    24-Hours
Niederkirchnerstraße 90
Boulevard Brewing Co      
Kansas City: 
KC''s ubiquitous microbrewery. Go for the wheat.
Landmarks   
2501 Southwest Blvd • 816-474-7095
Canadian Centre for Architecture      
Montreal: 
Architecture exhibits for public concern since 1979. Very cool.
Landmarks   
1920 Rue Baile • 514-939-7026
Centro Cultural de Belém      
Lisboa: 
o epicêntro da atividade cultural de Belém
Landmarks   
Praça do Império • +351 213612400
Checkpoint Charlie      
Berlin: 
Trial of strenght
Landmarks    24-Hours
Friedrichstraße 90
City Market      
Kansas City: 
Killer open-air/covered market w/ produce, restaurants, spices, etc.
Landmarks   
20 E 5th St • 816-842-1271
Clean Choice Carpet Care Systems      
Landmarks   
• (410) 978-6050
Cleveland Bridge      
Cleveland: 
A fascinating bridge from the 1880s.
Landmarks   
Riverbed St
Cleveland Metro Parks Zoo      
Cleveland: 
Ever See an Elephant in the Snow?
Landmarks   
Wildlife Way • 216-661-6500
Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens      
Landmarks   
• 2076332366
Czech Info Center      
Seoul: 
See a movie at the Czech Info Center.
Landmarks   
Seogyo-dong 395-19 • 02-3143-3418
Dallas Museum of Art      
Dallas: 
Always a few great postmodern classics to check out.
Landmarks   
1717 N Harwood St • 214-922-1200
East Side Gallery      
Berlin: 
1.3km-long section of the wall covered in art.
Landmarks   
Mühlenstraße 90
Forbidden City      
Beijing: 
China's grand imperial palace, no longer off-limits.
Landmarks   
• 8610 8500-7421
Franklin Castle      
Cleveland: 
Just creepy.
Landmarks   
W 44th St & Franklin Blvd
Free Stamp      
Cleveland: 
World's largest rubber stamp. Thanks BP!
Landmarks   
E 9th St
Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian      
Lisboa: 
a fundação do senhor 5%
Landmarks   
Av. de Berna 45 • +351 217823000
Garden Station      
Dayton: 
Community Garden and Art Park created by volunteers
Landmarks   
509 E 4th St • 937-610-3845
Gotta Groove Records      
Cleveland: 
Vinyl is not dead. A real live record pressing factory.
Landmarks   
3615 Superior Ave E • 877-383-2445
Grandview Family Dental      
Landmarks   
• (816) 761-7111
Harry P. Leu Gardens      
Orlando: 
Featuring the largest camelia garden not in California.
Landmarks   
1920 N Forest Ave • 407-246-2620
Jingshan Park      
Beijing: 
A well-manicured green space with an unbeatable view
Landmarks   

Koninklijk Paleis (Royal Palace Amsterdam)      
Amsterdam: 
Amsterdam pad for Trix of Orange.
Landmarks   
Dam Square
Lake View Cemetery      
Cleveland: 
Take a bite out of history.
Landmarks   
12316 Euclid Ave • 216-421-2665
Lakeview       
Cleveland: 
Take a Bite Out of History
Landmarks   
12316 Euclid Ave • 216-421-2665
Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe      
Berlin: 
Never forget.
Landmarks    24-Hours
1 Berliner Straße • 49 30 26 39 43 36
Mihwangsa Temple      
Meditate in the Mountains on the Southern Tip of Korea!
Landmarks   
• +82-61-533-5321
Ming City Wall Ruins Park      
Beijing: 
Not the Great Wall of China, but still very nice
Landmarks   

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth      
Ft. Worth: 
Truly sublime. Best of the 5 great metroplex museums.
Landmarks   
3200 Darnell St • 817-738-9215
Mosteiro dos Jerónimos      
Lisboa: 
Landmarks   
Praça do Império • +351 213620034
Nasher Sculpture Center      
Dallas: 
Yup. Killer. Check out the Turrell out back, too.
Landmarks   
2001 Flora St • 214-242-5100
Palais des Congrès      
Montreal: 
Rainbow colored glass, giant pink trees...not your average convention center.
Landmarks   
1001 Jean-Paul-Riopelle Pl • 514 871-8122
Parc du Mont-Royal       
Montréal: 
Landmarks   
1260 Chemin Remembrance
Parc Lafontaine      
Montreal: 
Perfect urban park. 100 acres of green.
Landmarks   
Rue Du Park-LAfontaine & Rue Rachel E
Parc Regional de l'Ile-de-la-Visitation      
Montréal: 
Landmarks   
Boulevard Gouin Est
Peel Boats HQ      
Landmarks    WiFi
• 0438 058 112
Peter B Lewis Building      
Cleveland: 
Now for something different courtesy of Frank Gehry.
Landmarks   
11119 Bellflower Rd
Pilchuck      
The Glass Art Mecca
Landmarks   
• 360.445.3111
Progressive Field      
Cleveland: 
Otherwise known as Jacobs Field
Landmarks   
2401 Ontario St
Sant'Erasmo      
Mira: 
Silence, beach, relax and countryside in the very heart of the lagoon
Landmarks    24-Hours
Via Venezia, 118
Seonyudo Island      
Seonyudo Island
Landmarks   

St. John's Episcopal Church      
Cleveland: 
Cuyahoga's oldest consercrated building.
Landmarks   
2600 Church Ave
Temple Square      
Salt Lake City: 
Headquarters of the Church of Latter-Day Saints, AKA the Mormons.
Landmarks   
50 NW Temple
The Brandeburg Gate      
Berlin: 
Symbolssssss
Landmarks    24-Hours
Pariser Platz 90
Tiananmen Square      
Beijing: 
The world's largest square in an impossibly huge country.
Landmarks   

Truman Library      
Independence: 
See all the stuff Harry had to deal with.
Landmarks   
W US Highway 24 • 818-268-8200
West Side Market      
Cleveland: 
For the serious foodie. Incredible variety of vendors.
Landmarks   
1979 W 25th St • 216-664-3386
 
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