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📒Famous Landmarks ✍ Mary Clare Goller
✏Famous Landmarks Book Summary : In this book, learn about six landmarks in the United States: the Brooklyn Bridge, the Golden Gate Bridge, the Seattle Space Needle, the Cape Hatteras lighthouse, Mount Rushmore, and the Statue of Liberty.
📒100 Of The Most Famous Landmarks In The World ✍ Alex Trost
✏100 of the Most Famous Landmarks in the World Book Summary : Are you looking for a journey that will take you through this amazing obok, along with funny comments and a word puzzle? Then this book is for you. Whether you are looking at this book for curiosity, choices, options, or just for fun; this book fits any criteria. Writing this book did not happen quickly. It is thorough look at accuracy and foundation before the book was even started. This book was created to inform, entertain and maybe even test your knowledge. By the time you finish reading this book you will want to share it with others.
📒Creative Haven World Famous Landmarks Dot To Dot ✍ Arkady Roytman
✏Creative Haven World Famous Landmarks Dot to Dot Book Summary : Solve the puzzles and color the solutions! Thirty dot-to-dot challenges depict landmarks from around the world: Big Ben, Statue of Liberty, Eiffel Tower, Wailing Wall, Machu Picchu, many others. Solutions.
📒Famous American Landmarks ✍ Ryder Shava
✏Famous American Landmarks Book Summary : Readers learn about famous American landmarks through the use of vibrant photographs and descriptive text. America’s most iconic structures and monuments are brought to life in this nonfiction narrative reader. This nonfiction title is paired with the fiction title When I Sat in Lincoln's Lap.
📒Reference Guide To Famous Engineering Landmarks Of The World ✍ Lawrence Berlow
✏Reference Guide to Famous Engineering Landmarks of the World Book Summary : More than 650 landmarks are covered, ranging from ancient monuments such as Stonehenge, to contemporary engineering feats such as the World Trade Center in New York City. The concisely-written entries describe when the landmark was built, who built it, why it was built, its dimensions, how it was constructed, and any problems encountered during construction. Additional features include: numerous photographs; biographies of important builders and designers; glossary; chronology of dates in civil engineering from 3000 BC to the present; listings of tallest buildings, longest bridges, and highest dams, and a geographical index which locates the structures by country.
📒The Most Famous Landmarks Of New York City ✍ Charles River Editors
✏The Most Famous Landmarks of New York City Book Summary : *Includes pictures *Includes accounts of the construction of each landmark by those who worked on it. *Includes bibliographies for further reading *Includes a table of contents Of all the great cities in the world, few personify their country like New York City. As America's largest city and best known immigration gateway into the country, the Big Apple represents the beauty, diversity and sheer strength of the United States, a global financial center that has enticed people chasing the "American Dream" for centuries. New York City has countless landmarks and tourist spots, but few are as old or as associated with the city as the Brooklyn Bridge, the giant suspension bridge that spans nearly 1,600 feet as it connects lower Manhattan to Brooklyn. Indeed, the bridge is so old that Manhattan and Brooklyn represented the largest and third largest cities in America at the time of its construction, and the East River posed a formidable enough challenge that taking a ferry across could be dangerous. Among America's countless monuments and landmarks, none embody the principles of the nation quite like Lady Liberty, the colossal statue that stands on Liberty Island in New York Harbor. A gift from the French that was built and transported in the late 19th century, the Statue of Liberty has been a symbol of the United States' guaranty of individual freedom, and its location took on added meaning as it welcomed millions of immigrants sailing across the Atlantic to nearby Ellis Island. When Central Park was designed, it was an ambitious project on an almost unprecedented affair. As serene as Central Park is today, it's hard to imagine that its creation was an entirely manmade affair consisting of dynamite blasts, tons of imported topsoil, and the labor of thousands of workers. Before the area's transformation, the land was swampy terrain used by impoverished squatters and people who let their livestock roam the grounds, but after nearly 15 years of work, the metamorphosis was nearly complete. Like Manhattan itself, Grand Central Station, which recently celebrated its 100th birthday, manages to be both historic and modern. Built upon the site of a former railroad depot, the current structure and layout was phased in over the course of nearly a decade in the early 20th century. Whereas the first railroad stations depressed the value of land nearby in the 19th century, the location of Grand Central was a boon that actually helped bring about construction all across Midtown, including the nearby Chrysler Building, thereby serving to transform the cityscape altogether. It's no surprise that New Yorkers have always wanted to construct the biggest and best structures possible, even in the early 1930s at the height of the Great Depression. Indeed, those years produced the Empire State Building, which remains the city's most iconic building, but New York's most famous skyscraper wouldn't have been possible without the Chrysler Building, a landmark in its own right that was the tallest building in the world for nearly a year before its more famous counterpart's completion. In fact, the spirit of competition between the groups working on the two buildings helped ensure that both look like they do today, and the Chrysler Building only reached the height it did because a large skyscraper at 40 Wall Street was also trying to claim the mantle of tallest building at the same time. The Most Famous Landmarks of New York City chronicles the story of how the Big Apple's greatest landmarks came to be. Along with pictures of important people, places, and events, you will learn about New York City's most famous landmarks like never before.
📒Famous Landmarks ✍ National Geographic Learning
✏Famous Landmarks Book Summary : "Social Studies, Level 3"--Page 4 of cover.
✏The Historical Landmarks and Other Evidences of Freemasonry Explained Book Summary :
✏Famous Landmarks Coloring Book Children s Explore the World Books Book Summary : Do you live near these famous landmarks? Even if you don't, can you recognize them? Identifying landmarks is one of the most basic skills in geometry. If your child can quickly and correctly tell what a landmark is and where it's located, knowledge on geography improves. Explore the world one landmark at a time. Grab a copy today.
📒Dot To Dot Famous Landmarks ✍ Glyn Bridgewater
✏Dot to Dot Famous Landmarks Book Summary : Connect the dots to identify 40 spectacular sites; creative artworks in up to 994 dots.