Great Wall, China -- I wanna go here. Not to do something crazy like walk the whole thing but it would be nice to have a picnic on like 30 feet of it...lol.

Great Wall, China -- I wanna go here. Not to do something crazy like walk the whole thing but it would be nice to have a picnic on like 30 feet of it...lol.

American Landmarks - Famous American Landmarks to Celebrate Independence Day at WomansDay.com - Woman's Day

American Landmarks - Famous American Landmarks to Celebrate Independence Day at WomansDay.com - Woman's Day

Check out our interesting engineering facts and get some cool trivia related to amazing structures, famous landmarks and other impressive engineering achievements - great for kids and families!

Check out our interesting engineering facts and get some cool trivia related to amazing structures, famous landmarks and other impressive engineering achievements - great for kids and families!

There are some landmarks around the world that almost everyone knows about, like the Statue of Liberty, the Eiffel tower in Paris, the Pyramids of Giza and many more. Here are the 100 most famous landmarks around the world.

There are some landmarks around the world that almost everyone knows about, like the Statue of Liberty, the Eiffel tower in Paris, the Pyramids of Giza and many more. Here are the 100 most famous landmarks around the world.

Red Square in Moscow, Russian Federation. National Landmark. Built directly east of the Kremlin, Moscow’s historic fortress and the center of the Russian government, Red Square is home to some of the country’s most distinctive and important landmarks. Its origins date to the late 15th century, when the Muscovite prince Ivan III (Ivan the Great) expanded the Kremlin to reflect Moscow’s growing power and influence.

Red Square in Moscow, Russian Federation. National Landmark. Built directly east of the Kremlin, Moscow’s historic fortress and the center of the Russian government, Red Square is home to some of the country’s most distinctive and important landmarks. Its origins date to the late 15th century, when the Muscovite prince Ivan III (Ivan the Great) expanded the Kremlin to reflect Moscow’s growing power and influence.

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