the places I have been

Active project

Keep track of which World Heritiage Sites you have visited and compare your travels with your friends.

New design

In June 2018, the site was completely redesigned and incorporated the functionality of the now defunct, making it possible to keep track of visited cities and hometowns, as well.


In August 2018, the quirky listings of Atlas Obscura started to be integrated, allowing you to keep track of a wider range of visited locations.

Also in late 2018, SOSBrutalism’s database of brutalist architecture from around the world was integrated.

The rebirth of a long lost friend

With the inclusion of allowing users to keep track of what cities, Atlas Obscura locations, and major brutalist architecture they’ve visited, in a sense, the places I have been has become the natural successor to the long-time defunct

Backend update and audio guides

In July 2020, after having been sidetracked too many times during the first half of the year, I finally was able to release an update with a completely rebuilt backend.

I also included a new source of data, 10000 location-based audio guides from

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