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San Ysidro Church

San Ysidro Church is a historic church on Church Road in Corrales, New Mexico. It was erected in 1868 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. It is the second of three churches named after Saint Isidore Ysidro, the patron s ...


Stone City Historic District

The Stone City Historic District is located in Stone City, Iowa, United States. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a historic district in November 2008. The buildings of Stone City Historic District were constructed using Anamo ...


Frey School

The Frey School building is an early one-room school built between 1870 and 1881 in Roxbury, Wisconsin. The school was added to the State Register of Historic Places in 2010 and to the National Register of Historic Places the following year.


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Mabel Tainter Memorial Building

The Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts, originally named the Mabel Tainter Memorial Building and also known as the Mabel Tainter Theater, is a historic landmark in Menomonie, Wisconsin, and is registered on the U.S. National Register of Historic P ...


Church of SantAgostino, Amatrice

SantAgostino is a ruined Roman Catholic church in Amatrice, province of Rieti, Lazio, Italy. It was built in 1428 and it was dedicated to Saint Nicholas, but it was modified over subsequent centuries and rededicated to Saint Augustine of Hippo. M ...


Parrett Iron Works

The Parrett Iron Works was a series of industrial buildings next to the River Parrett, near Martock, Somerset, England. The site was originally named Careys Mill, which had been used in the production of snuff, and the adjoining bridge is called ...


Limestone statues in the United States


Limestone sculptures in Indiana


Marble sculptures in Indiana


Limestone sculptures in Kentucky


Marble sculptures in Kentucky


Night Wall I

Night Wall I is a sculpture by Louise Nevelson, installed outside Hauser Hall at Harvard Law School, on the Harvard University campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States. The 1972 painted steel sculpture was gifted to Harvard University Ar ...


Marble sculptures in Massachusetts


Marble sculptures in Michigan


Marble sculptures in New York (state)


Stainless steel sculptures in Oregon


Limestone sculptures in Oregon


Marble sculptures in Oregon


Noble cattleya

Cattleya nobilior is a species of orchid. The rhizanthoid Cattleya s differ from the other species of Cattleya by having inflorescences which arise directly from the rhizome, instead of from the apex of the pseudobulb. The diploid chromosome numb ...


Marble sculptures in Pennsylvania


Marble sculptures in Texas


Marble sculptures in Virginia


Stainless steel sculptures in Washington (state)


Gertie Gets Her Ducks in a Row


Limestone sculptures in Wisconsin


Marble sculptures in Wisconsin


Bronze sculptures in Arizona


Bronze sculptures in Colorado


Bronze sculptures in Connecticut


Bronze sculptures in Hawaii


Bronze sculptures in Minnesota


Bronze sculptures in Nebraska


Musk Rose

Rosa moschata, the musk rose, is a species of rose which has been long in cultivation. Its wild origins are uncertain but are suspected to lie in the western Himalayas.


Stone sculptures in Maryland


Marble sculptures in Illinois


Rebuilt buildings and structures in Dresden


Daksheswar Mahadev Temple

Daksheswar Mahadev or Daksha Mahadev temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, located in the town of Kankhal, about 4 km from Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India. It is named after King Daksha Prajapati, the father of Sati. Daksha is one of the ...


Astley Castle

Astley Castle is a ruinous moated fortified 16th century manor house in North Warwickshire. It has been listed as a Grade II* listed building since 1952 and as a Scheduled Ancient Monument since 1994. It was derelict and neglected since it was se ...


Rebuilt buildings and structures in California


Rebuilt buildings and structures in Alabama


Rebuilt buildings and structures in Illinois


Rebuilt buildings and structures in North Carolina


Rebuilt buildings and structures in Virginia


Rebuilt buildings and structures in West Virginia


Grollo Tower

The Grollo Tower was a proposed skyscraper development in the Docklands precinct of Melbourne, Australia. The developer was Grocon, a construction company owned by the Grollo family. With an original proposed height of 678 m, which was later scal ...




Palace of the King of Rome

The Palace of the King of Rome is the designation of two separate palaces intended for the use of the King of Rome, Napoleon II, son of Emperor Napoleon; an immense palace designed by the emperor in Paris on the hill of Chaillot in the modern day ...


Tour Signal

West Gate was chosen as the location for the building in order to open the La Defense district to the municipality of Puteaux. The project’s ambition was to create a stronger polarity at the heart of the Ile-de-France and develop a major attracti ...


Faros del Panama

The Faros del Panama is a skyscraper complex currently cancelled in Panama City, Panama. The complex, designed by Chapman Taylor, includes Torre Central, an 84 floor building with a planned height of 346 metres. Like its name states, Torre Centra ...

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