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Famous Architects who Changed Our Perspective

Santiago Calatrava (b. 28 July 1951) Calatrava was born in Valencia and is one of the greatest architects, sculptors and structural engineers Spain has seen in the last century. The early world-wide recognition led to offices opening in Valencia, Zürich, Paris and New York City. He started his career running numerous civil engineering projects, such as bridges and train stations. The ...

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Top Most Iconic Skyscrapers around the World

Sears Tower-Chicago Sears Tower, is a 108-story 442 meters skyscraper in Chicago. At the time of its completion in 1973 it was the tallest building in the world, surpassing the WTC towers in New York. The observation deck is located on the 103rd floor of the tower and is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Chicago.Tourists can experience ...

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The Top 15 Ski Resorts to Visit This Year

15. Cardrona, New Zealand Great off piste conditions, magnificent scenery and friendly locals make New Zealand an interesting prospect for any skier/snowboarder. Jet lag can easily take multiple days out of your trip so make sure you go for a minimum of 2 weeks to ensure you can visit the areas you wish to see. Mountain resorts are very small ...

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Some Worst Traffic Jams In History

Beijing, China: August 2010 Imagine being trapped in a 62-mile long traffic jam that lasted for an incredible 12 days. That just what happened to the poor folks attempting to traverse the Beijing-Tibet expressways in August of 2010, for which the trip took as long as three days. This all-time tie-up was simply the result of too many vehicles clogging ...

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