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History HUAIROU, CHINA - This well-known tourist attraction is a series of fortifications made of stone, brick, wood and other materials stretching east to west approximately 5,500 miles. The most famous...

History BEIJING, CHINA- One of the largest and best-known city squares in the world, Tiananmen Square is hands down the focal point of Beijing. The square is named after its northern...

History BEIJING, CHINA - Built during the Ming dynasty towards the end of the Qing dynasty from 1406-1420, this 180 acres of land has influenced cultural and architectural developments in East Asia...

History DONGCHENG, CHINA - Also known as the Altar of Heaven, this medieval complex was built with the intent to have a private worship ground for the emperors, complete with 600...

History NANJING, CHINA - Nanjing Memorial Hall, also known as the Nanjing Massacre Memorial for Compatriots killed in the Nanking Massacre by Japanese Forces of Aggression. This hall is to memorialize...

History DALLAS - This location is infamously known for the assassination site of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963, in Dallas, TX. The assassination on Elm Street is now...

History SAN ANTONIO - The Battle of the Alamo was a crucial event in the Texas Revolution that took place February 23rd-March 6th, 1836. Mexican troops under President General Antonio Lopez...

History BERLIN, GERMANY -The Reichstag building is a structure in Berlin, Germany that housed the Reichstag, also known as the Imperial Diet. It was created after the Franco-Prussian War to house the...