Visit a Landmark Type

Visit a Blowhole

Visit a Blowhole

A hole in coastal rock through which sea water is forced by a rising tide or waves and spurted through an outlet into the air.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Oasis

Visit an Oasis

An area in a desert made productive by the availability of water.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Oxbow Lake

Visit an Oxbow Lake

A crescent-shaped lake commonly found adjacent to meandering streams.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Beach

Visit a Beach

A shore zone of coarse unconsolidated sediment that extends from the low-water line to the highest reach of storm waves.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Forest

Visit a Forest

An area dominated by tree vegetation.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Mosque

Visit a Mosque

A building for public Islamic worship.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Rapids

Visit a Rapids

A turbulent section of a stream associated with a steep, irregular stream bed.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Isthmus

Visit an Isthmus

A narrow strip of land connecting two larger land masses and bordered by water.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Well

Visit a Well

A cylindrical hole, pit, or tunnel drilled or dug down to a depth from which water, oil, or gas can be pumped or brought to the surface.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Mound

Visit a Mound

A low, isolated, rounded hill.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Refugee Camp

Visit a Refugee Camp

A camp used by refugees.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Amphitheater

Visit an Amphitheater

An oval or circular structure with rising tiers of seats about a stage or open space.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Palace

Visit a Palace

A large stately house, often a royal or presidential residence.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Hanging Valley

Visit a Hanging Valley

A valley the floor of which is notably higher than the valley or shore to which it leads; most common in areas that have been glaciated.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Snowfield

Visit a Snowfield

An area of permanent snow and ice forming the accumulation area of a glacier.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Gulf

Visit a Gulf

A large recess in the coastline, larger than a bay.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Post Office

Visit a Post Office

A public building in which mail is received, sorted and distributed.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Courthouse

Visit a Courthouse

A building in which courts of law are held.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Castle

Visit a Castle

A large fortified building or set of buildings.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Metro Station

Visit a Metro Station

Metro station (Underground, Tube, or Metro).(Wikipedia)

Visit a Religious Center

Visit a Religious Center

A facility where more than one religious activity is carried out, e.g., retreat, school, monastery, worship.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Brewery

Visit a Brewery

One or more buildings where beer is brewed.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Delta

Visit a Delta

A flat plain formed by alluvial deposits at the mouth of a stream.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Monastery

Visit a Monastery

A building and grounds where a community of monks lives in seclusion.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Town

Visit a Town

Agglomeration of buildings where people live and work, population between 100,000 and 20,000.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Mall

Visit a Mall

A large, often enclosed shopping complex containing various stores, businesses, and restaurants usually accessible by common passageways..(Wikipedia)

Visit a Ghat

Visit a Ghat

A set of steps leading to a river, which are of religious significance, and at their base is usually a platform for bathing.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Bay

Visit a Bay

A coastal indentation between two capes or headlands, larger than a cove but smaller than a gulf.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Volcano

Visit a Volcano

A conical elevation composed of volcanic materials with a crater at the top.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Village

Visit a Village

Agglomeration of buildings where people live and work, population less than 20,000.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Bench

Visit a Bench

A long, narrow bedrock platform bounded by steeper slopes above and below, usually overlooking a waterbody.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Cirque

Visit a Cirque

A bowl-like hollow partially surrounded by cliffs or steep slopes at the head of a glaciated valley.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Trail

Visit a Trail

A path, track, or route used by pedestrians, animals, or off-road vehicles.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Plateau

Visit a Plateau

An elevated plain with steep slopes on one or more sides, and often with incised streams.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Meander Neck

Visit a Meander Neck

A narrow strip of land between the two limbs of a meander loop at its narrowest point.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Caldera

Visit a Caldera

A depression measuring kilometers across formed by the collapse of a volcanic mountain.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Desert

Visit a Desert

A large area with little or no vegetation due to extreme environmental conditions.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Atomic Center

Visit an Atomic Center

A facility where atomic research is carried out.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Airfield

Visit an Airfield

A place on land where aircraft land and take off; no facilities provided for the commercial handling of passengers and cargo.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Store

Visit a Store

A building where goods and/or services are offered for sale.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Building

Visit a Building

A structure built for permanent use, as a house, factory, etc..(Wikipedia)

Visit a Mine

Visit a Mine

A site where mineral ores are extracted from the ground by excavating surface pits and subterranean passages.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Temple

Visit a Temple

An edifice dedicated to religious worship.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Lake

Visit a Lake

A large inland body of standing water.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Inlet

Visit an Inlet

A narrow waterway extending into the land, or connecting a bay or lagoon with a larger body of water.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Gorge

Visit a Gorge

A short, narrow, steep-sided section of a stream valley.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Street

Visit a Street

A paved urban thoroughfare.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Hotel

Visit a Hotel

A building providing lodging and/or meals for the public.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Ridge

Visit a Ridge

A long narrow elevation with steep sides.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Cliff

Visit a Cliff

A high, steep to perpendicular slope overlooking a waterbody or lower area.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Sandy Desert

Visit a Sandy Desert

An extensive tract of shifting sand and sand dunes.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Asphalt Lake

Visit an Asphalt Lake

A small basin containing naturally occurring asphalt.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Ancient Site

Visit an Ancient Site

A place where archeological remains, old structures, or cultural artifacts are located.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Opera House

Visit an Opera House

A theater designed chiefly for the performance of operas..(Wikipedia)

Visit a Monument

Visit a Monument

A commemorative structure or statue.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Pass

Visit a Pass

A break in a mountain range or other high obstruction, used for transportation from one side to the other [See also gap].(Wikipedia)

Visit a Stream Bend

Visit a Stream Bend

A conspicuously curved or bent segment of a stream.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Road Junction

Visit a Road Junction

A place where two or more roads join.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Peak

Visit a Peak

A pointed elevation atop a mountain, ridge, or other hypsographic feature.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Artificial Island

Visit an Artificial Island

An island created by landfill or diking and filling in a wetland, bay, or lagoon.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Swamp

Visit a Swamp

A wetland dominated by tree vegetation.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Crater Lake

Visit a Crater Lake

A lake in a crater or caldera.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Lagoon

Visit a Lagoon

A shallow coastal waterbody, completely or partly separated from a larger body of water by a barrier island, coral reef or other depositional feature.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Escarpment

Visit an Escarpment

A long line of cliffs or steep slopes separating level surfaces above and below.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Farm

Visit a Farm

A tract of land with associated buildings devoted to agriculture.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Meadow

Visit a Meadow

A small, poorly drained area dominated by grassy vegetation.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Hill

Visit a Hill

A rounded elevation of limited extent rising above the surrounding land with local relief of less than 300m.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Mountain

Visit a Mountain

An elevation standing high above the surrounding area with small summit area, steep slopes and local relief of 300m or more.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Sand Area

Visit a Sand Area

A tract of land covered with sand.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Road

Visit a Road

An open way with improved surface for transportation of animals, people and vehicles.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Square

Visit a Square

A broad, open, public area near the center of a town or city.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Heliport

Visit a Heliport

A place where helicopters land and take off.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Historical Site

Visit a Historical Site

A place of historical importance.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Marina

Visit a Marina

A harbor facility for small boats, yachts, etc..(Wikipedia)

Visit a Restaurant

Visit a Restaurant

A place where meals are served to the public.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Point

Visit a Point

A tapering piece of land projecting into a body of water, less prominent than a cape.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Water Mill

Visit a Water Mill

A mill powered by running water.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Convent

Visit a Convent

A building where a community of nuns lives in seclusion.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Lighthouse

Visit a Lighthouse

A distinctive structure exhibiting a major navigation light.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Rock

Visit a Rock

A conspicuous, isolated rocky mass.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Orchard

Visit an Orchard

A planting of fruit or nut trees.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Power Station

Visit a Power Station

A facility for generating electric power.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Fjord

Visit a Fjord

A long, narrow, steep-walled, deep-water arm of the sea at high latitudes, usually along mountainous coasts.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Wetland

Visit a Wetland

An area subject to inundation, usually characterized by bog, marsh, or swamp vegetation.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Ancient Road

Visit an Ancient Road

The remains of a road used by ancient cultures.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Fissure

Visit a Fissure

A crack associated with volcanism.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Sound

Visit a Sound

A long arm of the sea forming a channel between the mainland and an island or islands; or connecting two larger bodies of water.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Wall

Visit a Wall

A thick masonry structure, usually enclosing a field or building, or forming the side of a structure.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Cemetery

Visit a Cemetery

A burial place or ground.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Spring

Visit a Spring

A place where ground water flows naturally out of the ground.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Intermittent Salt Lake

Visit an Intermittent Salt Lake

A salt lake that is intermittent; that is, a lake that is dry for part of the year..(Wikipedia)

Visit an Estuary

Visit an Estuary

A funnel-shaped stream mouth or embayment where fresh water mixes with sea water under tidal influences.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Waterfall

Visit a Waterfall

A perpendicular or very steep descent of the water of a stream.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Tree

Visit a Tree

A conspicuous tree used as a landmark.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Boulder Field

Visit a Boulder Field

A high altitude or high latitude bare, flat area covered with large angular rocks.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Airport

Visit an Airport

A place where aircraft regularly land and take off, with runways, navigational aids, and major facilities for the commercial handling of passengers and cargo.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Stadium

Visit a Stadium

A structure with an enclosure for athletic games with tiers of seats for spectators.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Spa

Visit a Spa

A resort area usually developed around a medicinal spring.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Theater

Visit a Theater

A building, room, or outdoor structure for the presentation of plays, films, or other dramatic performances.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Ranch

Visit a Ranch

A large farm specializing in extensive grazing of livestock.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Geyser

Visit a Geyser

A type of hot spring with intermittent eruptions of jets of hot water and steam.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Pagoda

Visit a Pagoda

A tower-like storied structure, usually a Buddhist shrine.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Fort

Visit a Fort

A defensive structure or earthworks.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Abandoned City/Town/Village

Visit an Abandoned City/Town/Village

A populated place that no longer exists.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Ruined Bridge

Visit a Ruined Bridge

A destroyed or decayed bridge which is no longer functional.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Quarry

Visit a Quarry

A surface mine where building stone or gravel and sand, etc. are extracted.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Quicksand

Visit a Quicksand

An area where loose sand with water moving through it may become unstable when heavy objects are placed at the surface, causing them to sink.(Wikipedia)

Visit a School

Visit a School

Building(s) where instruction in one or more branches of knowledge takes place.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Naval Base

Visit a Naval Base

An area used to store supplies, provide barracks for troops and naval personnel, a port for naval vessels, and from which operations are initiated.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Church

Visit a Church

A building for public Christian worship.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Wildlife Reserve

Visit a Wildlife Reserve

A tract of public land reserved for the preservation of wildlife.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Butte

Visit a Butte

A small, isolated, usually flat-topped hill with steep sides.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Reef

Visit a Reef

A surface-navigation hazard composed of consolidated material.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Bridge

Visit a Bridge

A structure erected across an obstacle such as a stream, road, etc., in order to carry roads, railroads, and pedestrians across.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Island

Visit an Island

A tract of land, smaller than a continent, surrounded by water at high water.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Mill

Visit a Mill

A building housing machines for transforming, shaping, finishing, grinding, or extracting products.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Battlefield

Visit a Battlefield

A site of a land battle of historical importance.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Factory

Visit a Factory

One or more buildings where goods are manufactured, processed or fabricated.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Cove

Visit a Cove

A small coastal indentation, smaller than a bay.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Sinkhole

Visit a Sinkhole

A small crater-shape depression in a karst area.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Steps

Visit a Steps

Stones or slabs placed for ease in ascending or descending a steep slope.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Bar

Visit a Bar

A shallow ridge or mound of coarse unconsolidated material in a stream channel, at the mouth of a stream, estuary, or lagoon and in the wave-break zone along coasts.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Ocean

Visit an Ocean

One of the major divisions of the vast expanse of salt water covering part of the earth.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Islet

Visit an Islet

Small island, bigger than rock, smaller than island..(Wikipedia)

Visit a Vineyard

Visit a Vineyard

A planting of grapevines.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Aqueduct

Visit an Aqueduct

A conduit used to carry water.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Zoo

Visit a Zoo

A zoological garden or park where wild animals are kept for exhibition.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Military School

Visit a Military School

A school at which military science forms the core of the curriculum.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Dockyard

Visit a Dockyard

A facility for servicing, building, or repairing ships.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Hospital

Visit a Hospital

A building in which sick or injured, especially those confined to bed, are medically treated.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Concentration Camp

Visit a Concentration Camp

Internment is the imprisonment of people, commonly in large groups, without charges or intent to file charges, and thus no trial. The term is especially used for the confinement "of enemy citizens in ...

Visit an Airbase

Visit an Airbase

An area used to store supplies, provide barracks for air force personnel, hangars and runways for aircraft, and from which operations are initiated.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Saddle

Visit a Saddle

A broad, open pass crossing a ridge or between hills or mountains.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Business Center

Visit a Business Center

A place where a number of businesses are located.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Fan

Visit a Fan

A relatively smooth feature normally sloping away from the lower termination of a canyon or canyon system.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Terrace

Visit a Terrace

A long, narrow alluvial platform bounded by steeper slopes above and below, usually overlooking a waterbody.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Sabkha

Visit a Sabkha

A salt flat or salt encrusted plain subject to periodic inundation from flooding or high tides.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Dike

Visit a Dike

An earth or stone embankment usually constructed for flood or stream control.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Resort

Visit a Resort

A specialized facility for vacation, health, or participation sports activities.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Atoll

Visit an Atoll

A ring-shaped coral reef which has closely spaced islands on it encircling a lagoon.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Tower

Visit a Tower

A high conspicuous structure, typically much higher than its diameter.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Valley

Visit a Valley

An elongated depression usually traversed by a stream.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Sanatorium

Visit a Sanatorium

A facility where victims of physical or mental disorders are treated.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Gate

Visit a Gate

A controlled access entrance or exit.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Military Base

Visit a Military Base

A place used by an army or other armed service for storing arms and supplies, and for accommodating and training troops, a base from which operations can be initiated.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Canyon

Visit a Canyon

A deep, narrow valley with steep sides cutting into a plateau or mountainous area.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Natural Tunnel

Visit a Natural Tunnel

A cave that is open at both ends.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Railroad Yard

Visit a Railroad Yard

A system of tracks used for the making up of trains, and switching and storing freight cars.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Grave

Visit a Grave

A burial site.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Cairn

Visit a Cairn

A heap of stones erected as a landmark or for other purposes.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Talus Slope

Visit a Talus Slope

A steep concave slope formed by an accumulation of loose rock fragments at the base of a cliff or steep slope.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Railroad Station

Visit a Railroad Station

A facility comprising ticket office, platforms, etc. for loading and unloading train passengers and freight.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Rookery

Visit a Rookery

A breeding place of a colony of birds or seals.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Reservoir

Visit a Reservoir

An artificial pond or lake.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Oilfield

Visit an Oilfield

An area containing a subterranean store of petroleum of economic value.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Karst Area

Visit a Karst Area

A distinctive landscape developed on soluble rock such as limestone characterized by sinkholes, caves, disappearing streams, and underground drainage.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Wadi

Visit a Wadi

A valley or ravine, bounded by relatively steep banks, which in the rainy season becomes a watercourse; found primarily in North Africa and the Middle East.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Land Tied Island

Visit a Land-Tied Island

A coastal island connected to the mainland by barrier beaches, levees or dikes.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Border Post

Visit a Border Post

A post or station at an international boundary for the regulation of movement of people and goods.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Cape

Visit a Cape

A land area, more prominent than a point, projecting into the sea and marking a notable change in coastal direction.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Garden

Visit a Garden

An enclosure for displaying selected plant or animal life.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Park

Visit a Park

An area, often of forested land, maintained as a place of beauty, or for recreation.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Moraine

Visit a Moraine

A mound, ridge, or other accumulation of glacial till.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Lock

Visit a Lock

A basin in a waterway with gates at each end by means of which vessels are passed from one water level to another.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Fossilized Forest

Visit a Fossilized Forest

A forest fossilized by geologic processes and now exposed at the earth's surface.(Wikipedia)

Visit a City

Visit a City

Agglomeration of buildings where people live and work, population over 100,000.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Windmill

Visit a Windmill

A mill or water pump powered by wind.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Harbor

Visit a Harbor

A haven or space of deep water so sheltered by the adjacent land as to afford a safe anchorage for ships.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Coral Reef

Visit a Coral Reef

A surface-navigation hazard composed of coral.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Wreck

Visit a Wreck

The site of the remains of a wrecked vessel.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Pyramid

Visit a Pyramid

An ancient massive structure of square ground plan with four triangular faces meeting at a point and used for enclosing tombs.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Racetrack

Visit a Racetrack

A track where races are held.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Bus Station

Visit a Bus Station

A facility comprising ticket office, platforms, etc. for loading and unloading passengers.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Arch

Visit an Arch

A natural or man-made structure in the form of an arch.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Amusement Park

Visit an Amusement Park

Amusement Park are theme parks, adventure parks offering entertainment, similar to funfairs but with a fix location.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Shrine

Visit a Shrine

A structure or place memorializing a person or religious concept.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Sulphur Spring

Visit a Sulphur Spring

A place where sulphur ground water flows naturally out of the ground.(Wikipedia)

Visit an University

Visit an University

An institution for higher learning with teaching and research facilities constituting a graduate school and professional schools.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Abandoned Mine

Visit an Abandoned Mine

An abandoned site where mineral ores were extracted from the ground by excavating surface pits and subterranean passages.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Museum

Visit a Museum

A building where objects of permanent interest in one or more of the arts and sciences are preserved and exhibited.(Wikipedia)

Visit a House

Visit a House

A building used as a human habitation.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Abandoned Farm

Visit an Abandoned Farm

An abandoned tract of land with associated buildings devoted to agriculture.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Market

Visit a Market

A place where goods are bought and sold at regular intervals.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Crater

Visit a Crater

A generally circular saucer or bowl-shaped depression caused by volcanic or meteorite explosive action.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Badlands

Visit a Badlands

An area characterized by a maze of very closely spaced, deep, narrow, steep-sided ravines, and sharp crests and pinnacles.(Wikipedia)

Visit a River

Visit a River

A natural, well-defined channel produced by flowing water, or an artificial channel designed to carry flowing water.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Intermittent Lake

Visit an Intermittent Lake

A lake that is intermittent; that is, a lake that is dry for part of the year..(Wikipedia)

Visit a Glacier

Visit a Glacier

A mass of ice, usually at high latitudes or high elevations, with sufficient thickness to flow away from the source area in lobes, tongues, or masses.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Casino

Visit a Casino

A building used for entertainment, especially gambling.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Country House

Visit a Country House

A large house, mansion, or chateau, on a large estate.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Prison

Visit a Prison

A facility for confining prisoners.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Dune

Visit a Dune

A wave form, ridge or star shape feature composed of sand.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Abandoned River

Visit an Abandoned River

A former stream or distributary no longer carrying flowing water, but still evident due to lakes, wetland, topographic or vegetation patterns.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Icecap

Visit an Icecap

A dome-shaped mass of glacial ice covering an area of mountain summits or other high lands; smaller than an ice sheet.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Divide

Visit a Divide

A line separating adjacent drainage basins.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Underground Lake

Visit an Underground Lake

A standing body of water in a cave.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Lava Area

Visit a Lava Area

An area of solidified lava.(Wikipedia)

Visit a College

Visit a College

The grounds and buildings of an institution of higher learning.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Strait

Visit a Strait

A relatively narrow waterway, usually narrower and less extensive than a sound, connecting two larger bodies of water.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Railroad

Visit a Railroad

A permanent twin steel-rail track on which freight and passenger cars move long distances.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Foundry

Visit a Foundry

A building or works where metal casting is carried out.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Astronomical Station

Visit an Astronomical Station

A point on the earth whose position has been determined by observations of celestial bodies.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Abandoned Factory

Visit an Abandoned Factory

One or more abandoned buildings where goods were manufactured, processed or fabricated.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Sawmill

Visit a Sawmill

A mill where logs or lumber are sawn to specified shapes and sizes.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Nature Reserve

Visit a Nature Reserve

An area reserved for the maintenance of a natural habitat.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Plain

Visit a Plain

A flat, gently sloping or nearly level region.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Hot Spring

Visit a Hot Spring

A place where hot ground water flows naturally out of the ground.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Space Center

Visit a Space Center

A facility for launching, tracking, or controlling satellites and space vehicles.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Stock Route

Visit a Stock Route

A route taken by livestock herds.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Sea

Visit a Sea

A large body of salt water more or less confined by continuous land or chains of islands forming a subdivision of an ocean.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Salt Lake

Visit a Salt Lake

An inland body of salt water with no outlet.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Mission

Visit a Mission

A place characterized by dwellings, school, church, hospital and other facilities operated by a religious group for the purpose of providing charitable services and to propagate religion.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Observatory

Visit an Observatory

A facility equipped for observation of atmospheric or space phenomena.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Dam

Visit a Dam

A barrier constructed across a stream to impound water.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Mangrove Island

Visit a Mangrove Island

A mangrove swamp surrounded by a waterbody.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Rock Desert

Visit a Rock Desert

A relatively sand-free, high bedrock plateau in a hot desert, with or without a gravel veneer.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Scientific Research Base

Visit a Scientific Research Base

A scientific facility used as a base from which research is carried out or monitored.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Hut

Visit a Hut

A small primitive house.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Tunnel

Visit a Tunnel

A subterranean passageway for transportation.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Library

Visit a Library

A place in which information resources such as books are kept for reading, reference, or lending..(Wikipedia)

Visit a Cave

Visit a Cave

An underground passageway or chamber, or cavity on the side of a cliff.(Wikipedia)

Visit an Oil Well

Visit an Oil Well

A well from which oil may be pumped.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Navigation Canal

Visit a Navigation Canal

A watercourse constructed for navigation of vessels.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Moor

Visit a Moor

An area of open ground overlaid with wet peaty soils.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Promontory

Visit a Promontory

A bluff or prominent hill overlooking or projecting into a lowland.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Whirlpool

Visit a Whirlpool

A turbulent, rotating movement of water in a stream.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Peninsula

Visit a Peninsula

An elongate area of land projecting into a body of water and nearly surrounded by water.(Wikipedia)

Visit a Mesa

Visit a Mesa

An isolated, extensive, flat-topped elevation on the shelf, with relatively steep sides.(Wikipedia)

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