Courtesy of Atlas Obscura/Google Maps
Erika Owen
November 01, 2016

Atlas Obscura is dedicated to discovering the strangest, most incredible and downright curious destinations of the world—and for seven years, they've been doing just that.

The website recently shared a map celebrating one particularly noteworthy milestone: reviewing 10,000 sites on The Atlas.

All 10,000 of the attractions have been placed on one map with locations and descriptions of what you can see there. In short, they've singlehandedly managed to fuel my wanderlust for the next 10 years, at least.

Courtesy of Atlas Obscura/Google Maps

Looking for something quirky in Iceland? Check out the Museum of Icelandic Sorcery & Witchcraft. Heading to New Zealand? Don't miss the Spacecraft Cemetery. You get the idea.

Atlas Obscura also just released a new book: “Atlas Obscura: An Explorer’s Guide to the World’s Hidden Wonders.”

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