• Under the Sea
    Underwater exploration began in the early sixteen hundreds when Cornelis Drebbel built the first submarine. Since then the idea of underwater housing and travel has come exceedingly far. The first underwater hotel to be built was constructed by Ian Koblick and Dr. Neil Monney. The Jules Underwater Lodge...
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  • Rievaulx Abbey
    inhabitants? Rievaulx Abbey sits in a picturesque valley in the middle of the Yorkshire countryside and is known as the first Cistercian monastery to be built in the North of England. From the now ruined buildings we can see and find out many different things about its medieval inhabitants, from their daily...
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  • Spas in Roman Times
    view baths as a way of providing rest, relaxation, and solace to all people, not just those weary of war. Spa in England In 70 A.D., the Romans built a spa and dedicated it, as a shrine consisting of a reservoir around the hot springs at Bath, in what is now England, a complex series of baths, and...
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  • Winchester House
    Abstract The Winchester house is full of twist and turns. Mrs. Winchester built things upside down, doors leading to no where, and staircases also. Mrs.Wichester had a great life going for her, good at music and everybody loved her. Once she got married, it seemed everything went downhill. Her only...
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  • Report on Built in Furniture
    A REPORT ON BUILT-IN-FURNITURE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION SWAPNIL SUBHASH VIDHATE 4TH YEAR ARCHITECTURE ROLL NO-62. ACADEMY OF ARCHITECTURE. 1.BUILT IN FURNITURE During the last two or three years there has been a decided tendency toward...
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  • medieval castles
    moat, to murder holes, to arrow loops and this was all for the safety and protection of royalty. Overtime, the material used to build these castles improved by the matter of defense. Their purpose was extremely reasonable and a threat to many, but it was the private residence of a king, not only for his...
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  • Historic Paper
    information about this house. It was insightful to learn about how it was built, facts about the founder of the house, and the history behind it all. The dark brick house is uniquely shaped, and is known to be the most Victorian intact museum in DC today. It was built in 1893 and is made of concrete and...
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  • St James Motel
    Red Wing, MN on the Mississippi River. It was built because eleven businessmen realized the city needed a place for lodging, since the city was the nation’s wheat capitol. The hotel was built with an Italian style by architects from EP Bass ford. The hotel was known all over for its amazing food, and...
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  • The Pueblo Grande Platform Mound
    consistent thriving maintenance and operation of the system. If one closely observes the construction of the Pueblo Grande Platform Mound, he or she was view the construction as complex for that period of time. A variety of materials accompanied the sure virtuosity of the mound constructed. Most of...
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  • Monticello
    hope my days will end, at Monticello," wrote Thomas Jefferson the great architect of his home, Monticello. His home of 54 years was named Monticello which means "little mountain" in Italian. Many still question the reasoning for the name "Monticello." The only reasoning that was come up with was that...
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  • The House Were I Grew Up
    by it, was my childhood home. I grew up in this home alongside my mother, four sisters, and two brothers. I can remember every corner of the house as if it was yesterday that I lived there. The house is located in Michoacán Mexico, in a small town in the mountains called Coalcoman. The town was so small...
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  • Kgv Better Then Than Now? Answers to Sources Paper.
    liked to play around and act in a silly way, as a result, they were needed to write down the school rules three times for punishment. The discipline was much stricter then now as we can see that before they get detentions for talking to each other while working during class time, but now we just get warned...
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  • Ellsworth Milton Statler
    (October 26, 1863 – April 16, 1928) was an American hotel businessman born in Somerset County, Pennsylvania. He built his first permanent Statler Hotel in 1907, in Buffalo, New York (it being the first major hotel to have a private bath or shower and running water in every room). Future hotels constructed by...
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  • Hotel Competitors
    Grand Hotel was the cheapest of the all the hotels which is nice if you are trying to save a few dollars but still stay in a very nice place. The Grand Hotel was anywhere from 130-190 a night. The Depot was the second cheapest at a price that can vary from 150-200 a night depending on the days you stay...
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  • Titanic
    its journey the titan hit an iceberg in North Atlantic and sunk. Many lives were lost that day because there weren’t enough life boats for people to board. What seems so strange about that? The book ‘The wreck was written 14 years before the titanic actually did sink. WIIFM: The story of the titanic has...
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  • The Baths of Caracalla
    frescoed vaults covering the massive rooms. Constructed which began in 212AD and took approximately five year to complete. The original name of the bath was called the Thermae Antoninanae. (power) The baths of Caracalla was a great accomplishment in Greek history and was shown evidentially threw the benefit...
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  • History of Places in Dublin
    LEINSTER HOUSE – DAIL – SEANAD Leinster house was originally known as Kildare House after James Fitzgerald the Earl of Kildare who had it built between 1745 and 1747 when he became Duke of Leinster in 1766 the house was renamed Leinster House. The Royal Dublin Society bought it from the 3rd Duke...
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  • Walls of Jericho
    spies into Jericho. These spies were helped by a prostitute named Rahab whose house was built against one of the outer walls. Before the spies left Jericho they promised Rahab that her family would be spared when the city was destroyed. When the spies returned to camp they informed Joshua of the fear the...
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  • U.S.S. Arizona, a Great Ship
    when Pearl Harbor was attacked by the Japanese. Many ships were sunk during the attack, but one of the most recognizable was the battleship the U.S.S. Arizona. This was one of the that was in line in the infamous battleship row. Because of where the U.S.S. Arizona was located it was a sitting duck to...
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  • Rufus King
    located in Jamaica, Queens was once the home or Rufus and his family. He grew up in wealthy family himself and was the son of a merchant. When he got older, Rufus attended and graduated from Harvard where he studied to be a lawyer. Aside from being interested in law, he was a statesman and a farmer. ...
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