A fitting geographic end to the themed series (yes, there was a theme — go back to contest #572 and look what each one since then had in common).
This is not where the ship sank, it’s where the group that bought the steel hulk gave up moving it.
This is the second-oldest place in the world specifically designed for its particular activity.
Everything you ever wanted to know about the ionosphere (and then some) was probably formulated here.
70,000 bottles at 12oz per bottle = about 6600 gallons or 25 kl of the stuff.
A monument to the leader of an indigenous population.
This painting is brought to you by Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease
As Sesame Street would say “Brought to you by the letters J, E, H and M and the number Seven”.
This one is a bit speculative, but some guy claims he found evidence that the master memorialized the destruction of a bridge in this really, really famous painting. Other folks disagree and put it somewhere else, but this spot is the one suggested by the first guy.
This scene was the location of a painting famously interpreted by Macaulay Culkin