· Fayetteville is a city in North Carolina
The Taj Mahal is a monument in India. It was built by the emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his third wife.
Man-made landmarks in Venezuela include:
Merida Cable Car - the highest and longest cable car in the world
villages of Lagunetas and the Warao villages - palafito villages where houses were built on stilts
Coro - authentic colonial town that was established in 1527
University City of Caracas - unique, harmonious part of the city
General Rafael Urdaneta Bridge - impressive and elegant structure which is 8.7 kilometres long
Mountain of Sorte - monument that is a central pilgrimage place for the María Lionza religious cult.
The National Pantheon - dedicated to revolutionary leader Simon Bolivar
The National Capitol - contains the legislative palace and the federal palace
Mosque Ibrahim Ibin Abdul Aziz Al-Ibrahim, or Caracas Mosque - the largest mosque in South America
The federal courthouse in Brooklyn is US District Court East, at 225 Cadman Plaza East.
Which subway route to take depends on where you're coming from. You can take the F (of the B-D-F-M, the orange line) to York Street, the A or C (of the A-C-E, the blue line) to High Street, the 2 or 3 (of the 1-2-3, the red line) to Clark Street, the N or R (of the N-R-Q, the yellow line) to Court Street, or the 4 or 5 (of the 4-5-6, the dark green line) to Borough Hall.
I have listed the stations in descending order. Each one is further south than the last (i.e., the F to York Street is the furthest north, then the A or C to High Street-Brooklyn Bridge, then the 2 or 3 to Clark Street, etc.)The FThe F to York Street will drop you off on Jay Street, near the corner of Jay and Sands Streets, on the west side of the Manhattan Bridge.
Walk north on Jay Street to Prospect Street, turn left, and walk west on Prospect Street to Cadman Plaza East. Then turn left and walk south on Cadman Plaza East to 225.The A or CThe A or C to High Street will drop you off at Cadman Plaza East, which forms the eastern border of Brooklyn War Memorial Park. Walk south on Cadman Plaza East to 225. The 2 or 3The 2 or 3 to Clark Street will drop you off at the corner of Clark and Henry Streets. Walk two blocks east on Clark Street to Cadman Plaza West, then walk straight east through the park to Cadman Plaza East. The address 225 Cadman Plaza East is pretty much exactly where Clark Street is. The N or RThe N or R to Court Street will drop you off at the corner of Clinton and Montague Streets. Walk half a block east on Montague Street to Cadman Plaza West, then walk north on Cadman Plaza West to Clark Street, then turn right at Clark Street and walk straight across the park to 225 Cadman Plaza East.
Note: the N train only stops at Court Street at night (11 PM to 5:30 AM) when the R isn't running. You CANNOT take the N unless you're traveling between 11 PM and 5:30 AM.The 4 or 5The 4 or 5 to Borough Hall will drop you off on Joralemon Street, between Court and Adams Streets. Walk half a block west to Court Street, turn right, and walk north on Court Street until it becomes Cadman Plaza West, just a block or two north of Joralemon Street. Keep walking north on Cadman Plaza West to Clark Street, then turn right at Clark Street and walk straight east across the park to 225 Cadman Plaza East.
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One of them was Lord Baltimore who found Maryland for the Catholics to stay. Another one was James Oglethorpe who found Georgia.
Big Ben (which is the bell) is attached to Westminster tower. Westiminster tower is attached to the houses of parliament. Hope this helps.
Yes, it was called Choir Gaure at one time, for a full history refer to the book on the link below.
Stonehenge would not normally be considered an artifact.
"Artifact" usually refers to humanly modified, portableobject. For larger man made things, such as buildings, large sculptures or monuments archaeologists use the term feature.
significance of the national monument in Guyana
An early city state that was successful and organized enough to set up a city focal point for either religious or administrative purposes.
The structure was named for the engineer whos company designed it, Gustave Eiffel (1832-1923).
The Eiffel Tower was named after the French engineer named Gustave Eiffel whos company designed and had the tower built. His company built a lot of other structures. His company made the steel frame and cast bronze of the structure in New York, United States named the Statue of Liberty. Gustave Eiffel also was the architect of the Nice Observatory. And he also designed the Estacion Central railway station in Santiago, Chile. Again he steeled a church in Manila, Philippines called Basilica of San Sebastian. Because of his role, this church had became the only steel framed church in the whole of Asia. His company also built the Budapest Nyugati palyaudvar (Hungarian for Budapest Western railway station)making it one of the only three stations in Budapest, Hungary. He made a bridge in France called Garabit viaduct in 1884. This bridge is a railway arch bridge. He made a bridge the named Long Bien Bridge in Hanoi, Vietnam. Before Vietnam's independence in 1954, it was called the Doumer's Bridge, named after Paul Doumer -The Governor-General of French Indochina and then French president. This was originally named as the Paul Doumer Bridge. This was one of the longest bridges in Asia, having the length of 2,500 m. He made a theater called the Paradis Latin. It was burnt down but was rebuilt by Gustave Eiffel. He made this in 1887-1889. It was closed down in circa 1900, but was partially reconstructed and reopened in 1970. He built a bridge in Porto, Portugal. It was named Maria Pia Bridge, commonly known as Ponte Dona Maria. This bridge is a railway bridge that was built in 1877 by Gustave Eiffel, built of wrought iron. He designed the Konak Pier, near the city's historic center Konak Square in Izmir, Turkey. He was famous for all of these structures that he made or designed. There are a lot more structures that he made. To see those structures, go and see the related link(s) below. You will see everything that he built. He was born in December 15, 1832 and died in December 27, 1923. He was aged 91 in the age of his death.
The tower stands 324 metres (1,063 ft) tall, about the same height as an 81-storey building.
The cost of the Notre Dame Cathedral may never be known because historians do not have records of how much it costs to build. If it were to be sold, however, its material value would not come close to its historical value. Paris scholars have suggested that if the cathedral were ever auctioned, they would begin the bidding at 160 million dollars. This of course is hypothetical and would never happen.
The bell was named in honour of SirBenjamin Hall
, and his name is inscribed on it
Aprox, 50 years, including all 4 building campaigns
if you mean by visiting , millions have already been there with many more millions to follow.
measure it yourself
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