The Great Wall of China winding its way up a hill

The Great Wall, China

The Great Wall of China is one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, and with its 13,171 miles (21,196 km) of length is actually a series of fortifications, earth mounds, and small connecting

The Gateway Arch through red leafed trees

The Gateway Arch (St. Louis, Missouri)

St. Louis, Missouri, located along the western bank of the Mississippi River on the border with Illinois is home to the tallest manmade arch in the world.  The Gateway Arch is a 630 foot (192m)

Stonehenge (Wiltshire, England)

Stonehenge, officially known as ‘Stonehenge, Avebury and Associated Sites’, located in Wiltshire, England is a prehistoric monument that consists of a ring of standing stones.  Archaeologists believe that Stonehenge was constructed between 3000-2000 BC but

The London Eye

The London Eye, located on the south bank of the River Thames in London, England is one of the tallest Ferris wheels in the world and one of the highest viewpoints open to the public

Tybee Island, Georgia

At the easternmost part of the state of Georgia in the United States sits Tybee Island, a small barrier island in Chatham County.  The entirety of Tybee Island falls within the Savannah metropolitan area and

Maryland State House at Annapolis

The Maryland State House at Annapolis is the oldest state capitol in the United States in continuous legislative use.  Completed in 1797, the wooden topped structure houses the Maryland General Assembly, the office of the

The Statue of Liberty (New York, New York)

  The Statue of Liberty (French: La Liberté éclairant le monde), was a gift to the United States from the people of France and was dedicated on 28, October, 1886. The statue itself is technically called

The Space Needle (Seattle, Washington)

There are few landmarks so intimately tied to a city that it’s difficult to think of one without the other.  Among that list are the Golden Gate Bridge, The London Eye, the Statue of Liberty,

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