The Pestsäule (plague column) on the Graben, a street in the inner city of Vienna. Put up in 1693, it was built during the reign of Leopold I to commemorate all those who died of the plague during the 1670s. It's one of more significant high baroque sculptures within the city.
October 31, 1994 Death Valley National Park in Death Valley, CA.,is the hottest, lowest, and driest place in the United States. Daytime temperatures have topped 130 °F (54 °C) and it is home to Badwater Basin, the lowest elevation in North America. A diversity of colorful canyons, desolate badlands, shifting sand dunes, sprawling mountains, and over 1000 species of plants populate this geologic graben. Additional points of interest include salt flats, historic mines, and springs.
Mozart's Birth House | Salzburg, Austria - and the well-lighted shop next door is a deli and bakery that sells Mozart themed pastries, candies, and wines! I brought home a beautiful bottle from this place.