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Atlas Obscura is a travel guidebook.

It was founded in 2009 by author Joshua Foer and documentary filmmaker/author Dylan Thuras.

It catalogs unusual and obscure travel destinations via user-generated content.

The articles on the website cover a number of topics including history, science, food, and obscure places.

The site was partly inspired by the book Weird Europe.

Linking in 2022

1,000,000,000, 1919 Standard Oil Company fire, 1933 Old Millfun, 420 (cannabis culture), A&E Networks, A. Richard Palmer, Ace of Clubs House, Ada Blackjack, Afterglow Vista, Aka Manto, Al Bahah, Alan R. Hildebrand, Algific talus slope, Angostura bitters, Animal welfare and rights in Japan, APEC Sculpture Garden, Api Etoile, Apple Maps, Armed Services Editions, Associated Independent Recording, Atlantis of the Sands, Atlas Obscura, Auditorio metro station, Automated teller machine, Bagdad Cafe, Balderas metro station, Baltimore Beacon, Barraquito, Batsto Village, New Jersey, Bayt Baws, Bedford–Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, Belle Starr, Beloit, Wisconsin, Benchmark (surveying), Benjamin Wallace (circus owner), Berger Cookies, Bhagavad-gita Museum, Biblio-Mat, Bigfoot Discovery Museum, Black hat (computer security), Black Rock Desert, Bob Olinger, Bosnian language, Boston cream pie, Bourbon whiskey, Bowling Green (New York City), Brandeis-Bardin Institute, Bread clip, Brigadeiro, Buddhist vegetarianism, Budelli, Burwash, Ontario, Cabo de Gata-Níjar Natural Park, Capital Gate, Capitol Hill's mystery soda machine, Carl Cotton, Casa Grande Photogrammetric Test Range, Cassatella di sant'Agata, Cave Hill Cemetery, Cave of Swallows, Cecily Wong, Celles, Hérault, Chang and Eng Bunker, Cheese puffs, Chike Frankie Edozien, Chimney Rock National Historic Site, Chinese medical doll, Cingino Dam, Cinque Terre, Cipher Hunt, Ciudad de las Ideas (conference), Clayton Bailey, Clochán, Cold War playground equipment, Comparison of standard Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin and Serbian, Connecticut Western Reserve, Conspiracy theories about Adolf Hitler's death, Copilco metro station, Cornish language, Cottingley Fairies, Crab Rangoon, Culture of Russia, Darwin D. Martin House, David Černý, David Merlini, David Plotz, Declaration on the Common Language, Deep fried egg, Desi pub, Desi, Design for Dreaming, Dibi (food), Dirty Hungarian Phrasebook, Disneyland, Dog Latin, Dooby Lane, Double R Diner, Dr. Brown's, Drift whale, Dril, East Base, Eating crow, Egils Appelsín, El Morro National Monument, Elliot Carter, Elmira Prison, Enema, English as She Is Spoke, Epic Systems, Euro banknotes, Evel Pie, Eve's Hangout, Fabrikoid, Falcon Lake Incident, Fetta di Polenta, Field Trip (application), Flying Dutchman, Foreign relations of North Korea, Forest for the Trees (film), Fossil, Fred Russell, Fremont Bridge (Seattle), Fruitopia, Galco's Soda Pop Stop, Galena, Ganapathi Sachchidananda, Garner Holt, Gay bar, Geography of New Zealand, Ghostbusters II, Gilles de Rais, Glorieta de los Insurgentes, Goliath transmitter, Great auk, Great Michigan Pizza Funeral, Great Mill Disaster, Great Mill Disaster, Grin Low, Guacamole, Guerrero Chimalli, Hanako-san, Harry Nilsson, Hi Jolly Monument, High Rock Canyon Wilderness, History of lesbianism in the United States, History of pizza, History of the ancient Levant, History of vegetarianism, Hogan's Alley, Vancouver, Hole-in-the-Wall Gang, Honey toast, Horsebread, Houdini Museum of New York, House of the Seven Gables, How Doth the Little Crocodile (Carrington), Hudson River Monster, Inaccessible Island rail, Inaccessible Island, Inigo Jones, Insurgentes 300, Internet bench, Invasive species, Irv Teibel, Janapar, Japanese cuisine, Japanese urban legend, Jason Ward (naturalist), Jim Reed (outlaw), John Hampson (artist), John S. McMillin, Jonathan Safran Foer, Jordan Todorov, Joshua Foer, Jules Verne's Tomb, Kapaemahu, Karoly Grosz (illustrator), Key Underwood Coon Dog Memorial Graveyard, Khunjerab Pass, Killers of the Flower Moon, Kinmen knife, Korovai, Krishna's Butterball, Kuappi, La Tabacalera de Lavapiés, Lacrymatory, Large Zenith Telescope, Larry Monroe Forever Bridge, Laws, California, Lenin was a mushroom, Lesbian bar, Letterlocking, LGBT culture in New York City, LionTree, List of Antarctic churches, List of assets owned by The New York Times Company, List of Canadian films of 2021, List of colossal squid specimens and sightings, List of cryptids, List of ghost towns in Washington, List of giant squid specimens and sightings (2015–present), List of giant squid specimens and sightings (20th century), List of lakes of Pakistan, List of LGBT Jews, List of oldest cats, List of online magazines, List of tallest statues in the Philippines, List of The Harvard Crimson people, List of unusual deaths, Loch Maree Hotel botulism poisoning, Lolium temulentum, Lovikkavante, Lower Swedish Cabin, Luna Parc, Lynne Olver, Māgha Pūjā, Ma'in Hot Springs, Mansplaining, Margaret Abbott, Martha Matilda Harper, Martin Rundkvist, Martini glass sign, Mary Lattimore, Meat Loaf, Mexicable, MicroCon, Micronation, Mid-Atlantic accent, Middle-earth in film, Mikhail Frunze, Mixcoac metro station, Mock turtle soup, Modjeska (confection), Molson, Washington, Monowi, Nebraska, Montenegrin language, Monumento a los Indios Verdes, Moon tree, Mooncake, Musenyi, Nancy Brown Peace Carillon, Nathan Bedford Forrest Statue, National Institute of Mental Health, Nevada State Route 722, Niagara Science Museum, Nils Olav, Nob Yoshigahara Puzzle Design Competition, Nomans Land (Massachusetts), Nora Lawrence Smith, Northlandz, Octobass, Oklahoma State Firefighters Museum, Olcott Park, Old Bridge (Heidelberg), Old Prussians, Olive or Twist, Olveston, Montserrat, Otto Penzler, Oxford bags, Pando (tree), Papasan chair, Paperback, Parque de los Venados metro station, Passau, Pen (enclosure), PepsiCo, Performative activism, Pictish stone, Pino Suárez metro station, Pistol dueling, Playscapes, Popeye (film), Port tongs, Porto Flavia, Porum Range War, Poveglia, Product 19, Ptasie mleczko, Pumpkin pie, Punakaiki Marine Reserve, Pushball, Queen's Staircase (Nassau), Quito, Recursive islands and lakes, Republic of Molossia, Rhinogradentia, Rhizostoma pulmo, Rings of Power, Rita Leistner, Roopkund, Rosemary Mosco, Royal Dansk, Rugby, North Dakota, Russia, Sabadino degli Arienti, Salem, Montserrat, Sarah Lohman, Sarah McAnulty, Sarajevo Rose, Scarecrow Video, Seahenge, Seal (emblem), Seat belt, Serbian language, Serbo-Croatian, Sexism, Shadows from the Walls of Death, Shtokavian, Sidi Ifni, Siskiwit Lake (Isle Royale), Snježana Kordić, Sociedad Cosmopolita de Resistencia y Colocación de Obreros Panaderos, Society for the Prevention of Useless Giving, Solmaz Daryani, Solomon's Temple, Buxton, Something Something Soup Something, Southern Pacific Transportation Company, Space Food Sticks, Spijkenisse, Statue of Alexander von Humboldt (Mexico City), Steve Fitch, Steven L. Tuck, Stonewall riots, Streamliner, Superman (ice cream flavor), Swan Valley, Idaho, Swordquest, Sylheti cuisine, Table-setting, Tacubaya metro station, Tad Tadlock, Take Me to the River, Talk:Atlas Obscura, Teke Teke, The Book Thing, The Boxing Cats (Prof. Welton's), The Dragon Painter, The Hollywood Sculpture Garden, The House of Houdini, The Lightning Field, The Mansion on O Street, The Scotsman Steps, The Search for the Giant Squid, The Secret (treasure hunt), The Traveling Man, The Wolfe Pack, Theda Bara, Three Hundred and Thirty Five Years' War, Three Ways House Hotel, Tiger Cave (India), Timeline of LGBT history in the United States, Tin Pan Alley, Todd Ray, Tonopah, Nevada, Tower of History, Tree of Life (Bahrain), Tuba City, Arizona, Türkmenbaşy Ruhy Mosque, Turnip Rock, Two schools under one roof, Union Literary Institute, USA-247, User:HouseOfChange/SandboxArchive 1, Utah State Route 313, Vance Creek Bridge, Vigevano Cathedral, Wadi al Hitan, Walk of Health, Walla Walla, Washington, Warren Webster, Washington City Paper, Water pie, Waterfall Garden Park, Weepul, Weird NJ, Wheeler Geologic Area, Where in North Dakota Is Carmen Sandiego?, William Dampier, William Wilde, Wilson Barn, Workman Publishing Company, World of Turkmenbashi Tales, World's Largest Office Chair, Xavi Bou, Željava Air Base, Zheng Yi (pirate), Zócalo/Tenochtitlan metro station

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