The Most Epic Staircases in the World

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You might not think about stairs very much, but that’s probably because you’re used to seeing the plain boring ones that are the norm. Once you get a look at these, you’ll never see stairs the same way again.
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Tiger and Turtle

This set of stairs is in Germany and looks like a roller coaster from a distance.
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Casa Batllo Staircase

This Barcelona masterpiece is built with inspiration from a skeleton and spans several floors.
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Rainbow Staircase

This German attraction is between two buildings and is a form of art that makes the area look more virbrant.
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Melk Abbey Staircase

Painted pink and gold, this intricately painted staircase can be found in Austria at a Benedictine abbey.
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Loretto Chapel Staircase

These stairs can be found in Santa Fe, New Mexico and are self-supporting and were said to be built anonymously and for no pay.
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Cedar Creek Treehouse

Also called “The Stairway to Heaven,” this set of stairs in Washington spirals 82 feet into the air.
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Staircase to Nowhere

These stairs are housed in the Winchester Mystery House and are said to be a way to confuse evil spirits.
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Staircase Tower

Located on the outer portion of Chateau de Blois in France, the stairs are very detailed and are an impressive architectural feature.
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Armani Store

This Fifth Avenue store features a fancy staircase you won’t see anywhere else.
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16th Avenue Mosaic Staircase

If you’re in San Francisco, you don’t want to miss this mosaic that spans the ocean to the sky.
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