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Devilish Locations allows ratings

by:  Devilish Group 

There are countless places in the world named after the Devil. There are variations such as Satan, Lucifer, and Diablo. Devilish locations sometimes are named for their geology. Typically, these places may create a spooky and foreboding feeling that reinforces the local legends of the location's being cursed, evil or enchanted. Names can also include Hell, Inferno, Purgatory or Hades.


Covered Wagons allows ratings

by:  Covered Wagons Lovers 

This category is for historical covered wagons. Restored ones preferred, but any covered wagon will do.


Spas, Hammams, Mineral Baths and Saunas allows ratings

by:  Spas and Mineral Baths 

These are locations where the public is offered the chance to soak in special "curative" waters, have a massage or relax in a steamy environment. This includes public Saunas and Kneipp Walk Pools.


Bandshells allows ratings

by:  Bandshell Seekers 

By definition, a bandshell is a bandstand with a concave, almost hemispheric wall at the rear that serves as a sounding board.


Ghost Bikes allows ratings

by:  Share the Road 

A ghost bike or ghostcycle is a bicycle set up in a place where a cyclist has been hurt or killed, as a memorial to the injured or fallen rider, and as a reminder to passing motorists to share the road. A junk bicycle is painted white, and locked to a suitable object close to the scene of the accident, with a white placard and (typically) red stenciled lettering. These memorials are mainly a political statement erected by pro-cycling organizations.


La Famille Bonaparte allows ratings

by:  La Famille Bonaparte 

[EN] A place to record places of interest related to the Bonaparte familly. [FR] Un endoit pour enregistrer des lieux qui ont un rapport avec la famille Bonaparte.


IMAX Theaters

by:  IMAX Projectors 

Really big screen locations that feature this unique film format. *UPDATE* New movie theater formats (alternatives to IMAX) are now welcomed into this category as of 1/6/2016.


Public Aquariums

by:  Aquarium Waymarking Group 

A public aquarium where fish, sharks, dolphins, penguins, and other underwater animals are kept and shown to the public.


Aviation Museums allows ratings

by:  Aviation Museum Managers 

Aviation museums from your neighborhood airfield to locations around the world.


Pictographs allows ratings

by:  Ancient Graffiti 

Pictographs date back thousands of years and are found all over the world. They were used by early man to record events, visions and story telling. They were produced using crude tools such as sticks, rocks, bone or paints from natural materials.


Mills and Gins allows ratings

by:  Processing Mills & Gins 

A category for non-water or wind powered mills and gins used in the processing of natural materials. In some instances if the mill/Gin is still operational, but originally was water/wind powered and has since changed its main source of energy, then it may be submitted for approval. See expanded description.


Nobel Laureates allows ratings

by:  Nobel Prize Committee 

Memorials, monuments, and sites honoring the Nobel Laureates of the world.


Framed Views

by:  Framed Views 

We are looking for Framed Views all around the world. Have you ever seen a huge picture frame or a free standing window showing the best view to an interesting location? This is the place to waymark them.

Please take a look at the Expanded Description for further details.


Wastewater Treatment Facilities

by:  Ye Olde Turd Mill 

Wastewater collection and treatment is the ultimate "Cinderella Service". Greatly under funded/appreciated, it has been the single greatest advancement in public health in the history of mankind. We each produce about 100 gallons of wastewater a day and yet it all disappears down the drain never to be seen again. So where does this vile stuff go and how is it reclaimed? This category is a technical catalog of Wastewater Treatment Facilities around the world.


Historic United Methodist Sites allows ratings

by:  Historic United Methodist Markers 

Waymarking category for listing United Methodist historic sites which have been officially numbered or designated as Heritage Landmarks by the UMC General Commission on Archives and History



Motor Vehicle Museums allows ratings

by:  Car Museums 

Do you know of a really cool museum that is dedicated to the preservation and/or display of motor vehicles such as cars, trucks, fire engines, and other motor vehicles? This is the place to list them so we can all enjoy them.


Capitol Buildings

by:  Capitols - Managers 

The Capitols category has been created to Waymark the central government building of a country or a state, provincial or equivalent principle division of a country. This is not for counties, municipalities, local governments, or other smaller divisions of territory.


Independent Music Stores allows ratings

by:  Music Store Managers 

Independent music stores often have that funky flair and unique style that drives music enthusiasts to their doors. Find one and share.


Shooting Ranges allows ratings

by:  Rangers 

Lets go Shooting! Share your favorite shooting range here or find a shooting range to shoot in your favorite Firearm.


Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

by:  MLK Managers 

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968) was a significant human rights leader in the U.S. civil rights movement. He has been honored internationally for the profound impact of his achievements.


Boy Scout Camps allows ratings

by:  Boy Scout Camps Managers 

A place to list the location and other detailed information about Boy Scout camps.


Auto Clubs

by:  Travel Bugs 

Auto Club offices and centers world-wide that are part of the "Show Your Card" network, such as the AAA Auto Clubs in the U.S. and the ARC affiliated clubs in Europe.


Coastal Boardwalks

by:  Plankplacers 

Raised walking platforms often constructed of wood or composite materials. They are usually for the purpose of allowing people to avoid terrain matters such as rocks and sand. Typically these afford viewing areas of water features such as oceans, lakes, rivers and ponds.


Old Spanish Trail Auto Route

by:  Old Spanish Trail Blazers 

This category seeks to waymark the unique pieces of Americana and history that still lie along the Old Spanish Trail Auto Route. It connects the old Spanish colonial towns of St. Augustine, Florida, on the U.S. Atlantic coast and San Diego, California, on the U.S. Pacific Coast. The Old Spanish Trail Auto Route is not to be confused with the 19th century cattle trail of the same name that wound from Santa Fe to Los Angeles.

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