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  • Tourists deface Colosseum in Rome
    Tourists at Colosseum carve initials into landmark: Californians arrested
    Tourists visiting the Colosseum from California weren't satisfied with simply seeing and experiencing the illustrious Roman landmark. The two visitors decided they wanted to leave their mark there as well so the pair decided to carve initials...
  • SAG Awards 2015: Kevin Costner graces the Shrine Auditorium red carpet
    SAG Awards 2015 hit Shrine Auditorium as red carpet streams live in Hollywood
    The SAG Awards 2015 are getting ready to start on Jan. 25 as the legendary Shrine Auditorium is on show while Hollywood's brightest stars rock the red carpet. This is happening in front of this landmark arena in the City of Angels known for...
  • Travel in style to visit the myths of Greece
    Drive through the myths of Greece
    Tripology Adventures promises to enchants you with self-drive off-road vehicles through myths of seldom-visited Greece. The nine-day/eight-night self-drive itinerary starts April 26-May 4, 2015 to little-known regions of Greece beginning and...
  • Mustangs at Las Colinas
    Enjoy art from frontier roots at The Mustangs of Las Colinas Statue and Museum
    Most Dallas and Fort Worth residents have taken their photo with The Mustangs of Las Colinas, however, not all of them realize there is an equally fascinating museum that goes along with the site.The museum describes the journey of the infamous...
  • The Empire State Building has lights on its roof that change colors.
    Facts about the Empire State Building
    The Empire State Building is an iconic skyscraper located in New York City. Built between 1929 and 1931, the Empire State Building was the tallest building in the world from 1931 to 1970. The Empire State Building is located on the famed Fifth...
  • The Statue of Liberty is probably the most iconic landmark in New York City.
    Facts about the Statue of Liberty
    The Statue of Liberty is one of the most iconic figures in the world. It is immediately associated with the United States, specifically New York, and is at the top of the list of places that most tourists want to visit. The Statue of Liberty was...
  • Buckingham Fountain
    Buckingham Fountain is back on for the season
    One of Chicago’s greatest treasures is back as of Saturday. Buckingham Fountain is engaged once again, according to a Chicago Tribune report on Saturday evening. Hundreds upon hundreds of persons walked up to Buckingham Fountain to take...
  • The newly renovated La Fonda on the Plaza hotel is a true Santa Fe treasure
    The newly renovated La Fonda on the Plaza hotel is a true Santa Fe treasure
    You know how when you meet someone new and you’re just instantly taken by how smart and successful and creative and fun to be around they are. That’s how I felt when I met Jennifer Kimball a few months ago. Kimball is the chairman of...
  • 5 unlikely things named after musicians
    5 unlikely things named after musicians
    Everything derives its name from somewhere from idiotic corporate-sponsored stadiums such as the KFC Yum! Center to my own dog-Kurt Cobain Pardue. There are some things out there that are a little less out in the open and harder to spot. Many...
  • Bellagio Falls in Las Vegas
    Three top landmarks to visit
    Are you interested in visiting some of the nation’s top landmarks? Well, according to TripAdvisor’s 2013 Readers’ Choice Awards the Bellagio Fountains in Las Vegas is the top landmark to visit in the United States. Bellagio...
  • Hotel San Carlos:  a Phoenix landmark
    Hotel San Carlos: a Phoenix landmark
    The historic Hotel San Carlos in downtown Phoenix has a colorful and illustrious past. Not only is it a famous attraction to the area, but legends about former guests still flourish today. Established in 1928 and recognized as a State historic...
  • Madison County Elementary School
    Madison County Elementary School part of Gurley past, present, and future
    Madison County Elementary School is a vital part of Gurley's past, present, and future. The school once served grades K through 12, although it currently serves only Pre-K through 8th grades. The future looks bright for Madison County...
  • Little Miss History
    Little Miss History books take children to famous US landmarks
    A new series of children’s books teaches young learners about the history of famous US landmarks. “Little Miss History Travels to Mount Rushmore”, was the first in the series of books using the Little Miss History character as a...
  • The Statue of Liberty is arguably the most iconic image in reference to New York City.
    5 places to go in NYC
    New York City is one of the most famous and most visited locations on earth. Being the most populous city in the United States of America, New York is a hotspot for celebrities, tourists, TV shows and films which do much to promote images from the...
  • Fort Worth Stockyard and Rodeo experience
    Fort Worth Stockyard and Rodeo experience
    The Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) metropolis is known for a lot of historic landmarks and attractions which will forever be etched in one’s memory. Known as one of the most powerful metros of the country, the twin cities each have their intrinsic...
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