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LandakotskirkjaLandakotskirkja
Reykjavik, Iceland

A Catholic cathedral in dominantly Protestant Iceland, the Landakotskirkja was completed in 1929 in a Neo-Gothic style.

Washington National CathedralWashington National Cathedral
Washington, USA

This Neo-Gothic Episcopal cathedral is the sixth largest cathedral in the world. Completed in 1990 after 83 years of construction, it hosts important national ceremonies such as presidential funerals.

Unitarian ChurchUnitarian Church
Charleston, SC, USA

The Unitarian Church in Charleston is a National Historic Landmark and the oldest Unitarian church in the South, founded in 1772 and rebuilt in 1852.

Old Slave MartOld Slave Mart
Charleston, SC, USA

Built in 1859, the Old Slave Mart in Charleston, South Carolina once housed a slave auction gallery. It is believed to be the last extant slave auction gallery in South Carolina and is now open to the public as a museum.

St. Philip and St. James ChurchSt. Philip and St. James Church
Oxford, England, UK

This attractive Victorian Gothic church dating from 1860 is considered one of G.E. Street's principal works. It now houses the Oxford Centre for Mission Studies. The interior is not open to the public, but the exterior is well worth a look.

Tower BridgeTower Bridge
London, England, UK

Completed in 1894, this bascule bridge with an unusual Victorian Gothic design has become a beloved London landmark. Fine views of the River Thames, Tower of London, and the city can be enjoyed from its upper walkways.

Historic Elsinore TheatreHistoric Elsinore Theatre
Salem, OR, USA

Designed to resemble the castle in Shakespeare's Hamlet, the Elsinore Theater was completed in 1926. Considered the finest theater between Portland and San Francisco, its first shows were silent movies and vaudeville acts.

Casablanca CathedralCasablanca Cathedral
Casablanca, Morocco

Built in 1930 during French rule, this cathedral in white concrete is a surprising and interesting sight in the heart of Casablanca.

Metropolitan Museum of ArtMetropolitan Museum of Art
New York, NY, USA

One of the world's great art museums, the Met was incorporated in 1870 and moved to its current location in 1880. Today, it contains the largest collection of American art in the world, the largest Egyptian collection outside of Cairo, and an important collection of European paintings.