Korean Veterans Memorial, Washington D.C.

Washington, D.C. Landmarks

featuring Ronny Smith's "I'm Beside You"
Korean Veterans Memorial, Washington D.C.

Full version of the single song episodes featured here, in our Media Library showcase, are available to watch free on the eScapes’ Xumo Lifestyle Channel # 452 Though only 68 square miles, Washington, D.C. contains enough recognizable buildings and landmarks … Continue reading


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Cathédrale Saint-André de Bordeaux

featuring John Tesh's "Eleanor Rigby"

Cathédrale Saint-André de Bordeaux is one example of the stunning gothic cathedrals found throughout France. This cathedral dates back to at least 1096 AD, but much of its striking architecture was added over the next 400 years. The cathedral’s twin … Continue reading


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Bordeaux, France

featuring Boney James' "Grand Central"
Bordeaux, France (Pont de Pierre)

Maybe best known for its wine, the city of Bordeaux, France is also famous for its architecture. One of the largest concentrations of 18th century buildings in all of Europe, the city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has … Continue reading


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Cathedral of Arequipa, Peru

featuring Doc Powell's "Let Go"
Cathedral of Arequipa, Peru

The Cathedral of Arequipa, Peru illustrates the natural setting of Peru along the world’s “Ring of Fire,” the belt around the Pacific Ocean known for its high frequency of volcanic eruptions and earthquakes. Peru, affected by the Nazca Plate under … Continue reading


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Louisville, Kentucky

featuring The Rippingtons' "Girl with the Indigo Eyes"
Louisville, Kentucky

Downtown Louisville is filled with beautiful architecture and even when it’s not beautiful, it’s distinctive: like the giant baseball bat attached to the Louisville Slugger Museum. This eScapes scene takes you on a relaxing tour of downtown Louisville’s civic buildings, … Continue reading


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Los Angeles City Hall

featuring Brian Culbertson's "Forbidden Love"
Los Angeles City Hall

In a city where skyscrapers are taken for granted, Los Angeles City Hall still manages to turn heads. This seat of L.A. city government was the city’s tallest building for forty years, as new constructions were limited by building codes … Continue reading


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Istanbul, Turkey

featuring Peter White's "Bullseye"
Hagia Sophia, Istanbul

Built around the Bosphorus Strait, Istanbul uniquely sits on two continents– Europe and Asia. This location, at the nexus of various cultures and trade routes, has had a great impact on the city’s history. Originally a Greek city, it was … Continue reading


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St. Louis (Gateway Arch at Dusk)

featuring Grady Nichols' "End of the Night"
Gateway Arch, St. Louis

The Gateway Arch is instantly recognizable, as is the St. Louis skyline that bears it. This 630-foot monument, standing inside the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, celebrates the United States’ westward expansion and the role St. Louis played in it. Nearby, … Continue reading


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The Acropolis at Dawn

featuring Andy Snitzer's "Covenant"
Acropolis of Athens

Settlement and construction on the Acropolis of Athens dates back to thousands of years BC, but most was destroyed by Persians when they invaded Athens in 480 BC. The Greek statesman Pericles led its rebuilding during Athens’ “Golden Age” to … Continue reading


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Moscow (Red Square at Night)

featuring Herbie Russ' "Paint the Sky"
The Kremlin, Moscow

For centuries, the city of Moscow has been a seat of political influence and a focus of global attention. In the heart of Moscow lies the historic Red Square, lined with dazzling government buildings that have survived the test of … Continue reading


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