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Museum of Ancient Architecture

Museum of Ancient Architecture

Beijing, China

This museum should definitely be visited as it houses some of the most magnificent ruins and remnants of famed Chinese architecture. The halls which store these treasures are themselves historically significant as they were once part of the Altar of Agriculture where Chinese emperors came to pray during plantation and harvesting season and performed rituals pertaining to these. The Hall of Jupiter...

Lincoln Memorial

Lincoln Memorial

Washington DC, United States

A tribute to the country's 16th President, who led during the Civil War. The structure is designed as a neoclassical temple, similar to Parthenon in Greece with 36 fluted Doric columns representing states of the Union at the time of Lincoln’s death, plus two at the entrance. President Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address and his Gettysburg Address are both engraved on the walls of the memorial chamb...

Plaza Altamira

Plaza Altamira

Caracas, Venezuela

Also called the Plaza Francia, this is a large public square that is immensely popular with locals of all ages during summer evenings and winter afternoons. The plaza features a majestic obelisk and a refreshing water fountain, two prominent features that make it stand out as more of a photo op than any other public square in Caracas. It also contains a number of stalls offering foodstuff, ...

Little Italy

Little Italy

Chicago, United States

Like most major cities, Chicago experienced a large influx of Italian immigrants in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.  The Italian immigrant population went from 1,357 in 1880 to a peak of 74,000 in 1930.  They proliferated throughout the metro area, but the focus was around Grant Street on the Near West Side.  By the 1930s, the neighborhood was home to a host of Italian resta...