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Flatters Farmhouse
Bernie Taupin's Birthplace and First Childhood Home
Between Sleaford and Anwick, Lincolnshire, England
55 Pinner Hill Road
Elton John's Birthplace and First Childhood Home
London, England
Sun Studio
Birthplace of Rock 'n' Roll
Memphis, Tennessee, United States
Westwood Memorial Park
Cemetery to the Stars
Westwood, California, United States
Royal Academy of Music
Where Elton John studied music
London, England
Abbey Road Studios
Where most Beatles songs were recorded; Cover photo of the Abbey Road album
London, England
Van Nuys High School
High school of many celebrities; Film location for several movies
Van Nuys, California, United States
Montparnasse Cemetery
Gravesite of Beckett, Baudelaire, Ionescoe, Sartre, Ray, and de Beauvoir
Paris, Ile-de-France , France
St. Peter's Church & Church Hall
Where Lennon & McCartney met; Site of Eleanor Rigby gravestone
Liverpool, England
The Old Rectory
John Wesley's birthplace and childhood home
Epworth, North Lincolnshire, England
Lincoln College, Oxford
The Cradle of Methodism
Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
Blenheim Palace
Winston Churchill's birthplace
Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England
Faneuil Hall
First recorded town meeting in America
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Downtown Memphis
Multiple film locations for The Firm
Memphis, Tennessee, United States
The Phillips House
Salem, Massachusetts, United States
111 Potter Street
Elton John's second childhood home; Don't Shoot Me photo taken
London, England
Frome Court
Elton John's Teenage Home;
Where early Elton John songs were written;
Inspiration for the 1975 song "Writing"
London, England
Northwood Hills Pub
Elton John's First Paying Gigs
London, England
Denmark Street
London's Tin Pan Alley; Inspiration for the 1975 album Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy
London, England
Mills Music (former site)
Where a teenage Elton John worked as a tea boy
London, England
Dick James Music (former site)
Where Elton John's career began
London, England
The Furlong Road Flat
Inspiration for the 1975 Elton John song "Someone Saved My Life Tonight"
London, England
Memorial Park Cemetery
Gravesite of record producer Sam Phillips, country singer Charlie Rich, and actor Donald Briscoe.
Memphis, Tennessee, United States
Steinway Hall
Steinway & Sons' premiere showroom
New York, New York, United States
Tintern Abbey
Mentioned in Wordsworth's poem of the same name
Tintern, Monmouthshire, Wales
Forest Park
1904 World's Fair, largest World's Fair ever
St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Thomas Edison's Winter Estate
Edison's winter home and laboratory
Fort Myers, Florida, United States
418 Burkett
Birthplace and childhood home of Wink Martindale
Jackson, Tennessee, United States
6540 Hollywood Boulevard
Sammy Cahn's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Los Angeles, California, United States
Samarkand Hotel
Jimi Hendrix's place of death
London, England
7021 Hollywood Boulevard
Big Bird’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Los Angeles, California, United States
The Kilns
C. S. Lewis's home and place of death; The Chronicles of Narnia written
Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
Dove Cottage
Wordsworth's home from 1799 to 1808; His most famous poems written
Grasmere, Cumbria, England
Cedar Hill Cemetery
Gravesite of J. P. Morgan, Samuel Colt, Katharine Hepburn, Wallace Stevens
Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Fort Jefferson
Largest Masonry Fort in the Western Hemisphere
Key West, Florida, United States
Woodlawn Cemetery
Burial location of celebrities
Bronx, New York, United States
Fleming's Steakhouse
Former site of Kemmons Wilson's first houses as a real estate developer
Memphis, Tennessee, United States
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
Cleveland, Ohio, United States
The Museum of the Confederacy
Confederate White House; Now The Museum of the Confederacy
Richmond, Virginia, United States
Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum
Nashville, Tennessee, United States
London Dummy Houses
Fake house facades that hide a rail line
London, England
The Peabody Hotel
Home of the Peabody Ducks; Film location for The Firm
Memphis, TN, United States
7018 Hollywood Boulevard
Samuel L. Jackson's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Los Angeles, California, United States
1631 Vine Street
Samuel Goldwyn's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Los Angeles, California, United States
Yale University
Third oldest university in America
New Haven, Connecticut, United States
The Dakota
Home to many celebrities; Film location for Rosemary's Baby; John Lennon assassinated
New York, New York, United States
Harvard University
Oldest university in the United States; An Ivy League school
Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
Rockabilly Hall of Fame
Hall of fame dedicated to Rockabilly artists
Burns, Tennessee, United States
Westminster Abbey
Place of Worship and House of Kings
London, England
Stax Museum
American soul music museum; Original site of Stax Records
Memphis, Tennessee, United States
Apollo Theater
Entertainment Venue
New York City, New York, United States
Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall Of Fame
Springfield, Massachusetts, United States
The Sands Hotel
Legendary Vegas Casino
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Phillips Andover Academy
High School with Many Famous Alumni; Burial site of Harriett Beecher Stowe
Andover, Massachusetts, United States
Lowell High School
High School of Ed McMahon, Jack Kerouac, and others
Lowell, Massachusetts, United States
Tougaloo College
American college
Tougaloo, Mississippi, United States
National Inventors Hall of Fame
Akron, Ohio, United States
Forest Lawn-Glendale
Cemetery to the Stars
Glendale, California, United States
Santa Monica High School
High School to celebrities; Film location for Rebel Without A Cause
Santa Monica, California, United States
Mason Temple
Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "Mountain Top" Speech
Memphis, Tennessee, United States
The Roosevelt Hotel
Guy Lombardo and Lawrence Welk performances; Film location for many movies
New York, New York, United States
Hermosa Beach Post Office
Film location for the 2007 movie, 1408
Hermosa Beach, California, United States
Howard Theatre
Where Duke Ellington, James Brown, and others performed
Washington, DC, United States
The Hacienda Hotel
Site of Sam Cooke's Death
Los Angeles, California, United States
Sarah Lawrence College
American college where Barbara Walters, Joanne Woodward, Yoko Ono, and others attended
Bronxville, New York, United States
Forest Lawn Cemetery-Buffalo
Celebrity burials, including Rick James
Buffalo, New York, United States
Attica Correctional Facility
Notable American Prison
Attica, New York, United States
Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Burial sites for numerous celebrities, including Rudolph Valentino, Jayne Mansfield, Tyrone Powers, and others
Los Angeles, California, United States
Leimert Park
Where Elizabeth Short, "the Black Dahlia," body was discovered
Los Angeles, California, United States
602 Beach Road
Samuel Goldwyn's home
Los Angeles, California, United States
Pierce Brothers Vahalla Memorial Park
Burial locations of many celebrities, including Oliver Hardy
North Hollywood, California, United States
Shrine Auditorium
Academy Awards ceremonies; Film location for A Star is Born; Michael Jackson's Pepsi commercial mishap
Los Angeles, California, United States
Pioneer Maennerchor Singer's Hall
Where the Pioneer Maennerchor met
Norwood-Young America, Minnesota, United States
4270 Lankershim Boulevard
An Alfred Hitchcock film location
Los Angeles, California, United States
The Wilbor House Museum
Early American farm circa 1690;
Now a historic house museum
Little Compton, RI, United States
Historic Speedwell
Birthplace of the Telegraph
Morristown, NJ, United States
Old State House
Boston Massacre
Boston, MA, United States
Four Mile Historic Park
Oldest standing structure in Denver, Colorado
Denver, CO, United States
Kellum-Noble House
Historic house and village
Houston, Texas, United States
Tennessee State Museum
Museum of history and ancient artifacts
Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Love Field
Lyndon Johnson's Oath of Office
Dallas, Texas, United States
Dinosaur World
Plant City, Florida, United States
Topkapi Palace Museum
Offical residence of the Ottoman Sultans from 1465-1853.
Eminonu, Istanbul, Turkey
Dolmabahce Palace
Dolmabahce Palace served as the administrative center of the Ottoman Empire from 1853-1922 except for a breif period when Yildiz Palace was used.
Beşiktaş, Istanbul, Turkey
Orchard House
Home of the Alcotts
Concord, MA, United States
Old Red Museum
Former Dallas County Courthouse; Now a Museum of Local History
Dallas, Texas, United States
Quebec City
Canada's Oldest City
Quebec City, Canada
Seething Lane
Where Samuel Pepys Wrote His Diary
London, England
Sam Davis Home
Home of the Confederate hero; Historic home and museum
Smyrna, Tennessee, United States
George Dickel Distillery
Tennessee whisky maker
Normandy, Tennessee, United States
Picadilly Circus
Famous road junction
London, England
Monterrey
Major Mexican City
Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico
Dr. Samuel A. Mudd Home and Museum
Home of a accused conspirator in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln
Waldorf, Maryland, United States
US Army Military History Instutute
US Army's Central Military History Repository.
Carlisle Barracks, PA, United States
Truman House
Film location for The Truman Show
Seagrove Beach, Florida, United States
Cedar Mountain Battlefield
Major Civil war Battle
Culpeper, Virginia, United States
Kernstown
Site of Two Major Civil War Battles
Winchester, Virginia, United States
Sam Davis Trail
Follow the trail of Sam Davis, Boy Hero of the Confederacy
Pulaksi, Tennessee, United States
2860 Buhre Avenue
Son of Sam's first attack
Bronx, New York, United States
290 Bay 17th Street
Son of Sam captured
Brooklyn, New York, United States
79 Gainsborough Street
Boston Strangler's first murder
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
1940 Commonwealth Avenue
Murder site of the Boston Strangler's third victim
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
4 University Road
Murder site of Boston Strangler's tenth victim
Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
54 Essex Street
Murder site of Boston Strangler's twelfth victim
Lawrence, Massachusetts, United States
44A Charles Street
Murder site of Boston Strangler's thirteenth and final victim
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
The Mark Twain House and Museum
Home of Mark Twain
Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Yellowstone National Park
First National Park
United States
Historic Oakland Cemetery
Civil War Cemetery; Margret Mitchell's Grave
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Rigollets Bridge
Jayne Mansfield killed in car crash
Biloxi, Mississippi, United States
United States Capitol
Seat of the U.S. Legislature
Washington D. C., United States
Yasnaya Polyana
Home and estate of Leo Tolstoy
Shchekino District, Tula Region, Russia
Wildmill
Murder
bridgend, United Kingdom
Lee's Summit Historical Society Museum
Local Museum; Civil War Location
Lee's Summit, Missouri, United States
United Nations Headquarters
New York City, New York, United States
Lacock Abbey
Earliest known photographic negative; Film location for several movies
Chippenham, Wiltshire, United Kingdom
Bonniebrook
Home and gravesite of Artist Rose O'Neill; Kewpie doll invented
Walnut Shade, Missouri, United States
13 Hanover Terrace
Home and place of death of H. G. Wells
London, United Kingdom
Chiltern Court
Home of H. G. Wells
London, United Kingdom
Guns N' Roses Hell House
Los Angeles, California, United States
Yorkshire Square Shopping Center
Former site of the first Fantastic Sams
Memphis, Tennessee, United States
Ardent Studios
Hit songs recorded
Memphis, Tennessee, United States
Kipling House
Birthplace of Sir Francis Bacon; Home of Pepys and Kipling
London, United Kingdom

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