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This futuristic Ferris wheel was only supposed to stay put for five years. But with millions of tourists boarding its capsules, the city decided to keep it around. How was it built?

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Hagia Sophia

The name "Hagia Sophia" means "Divine Wisdom". When it was consecrated in Constantinople in 537, no one in the history of architecture had the sophistication or daring to erect such a building. Read about the inspired Hagia Sophia.

Family Vacations: Lincoln Memorial

At the center of the Lincoln Memorial is a sculpture of Abraham Lincoln. One hand is clenched, one open. His gaze remains focused across the Reflecting Pool to the Washington Monument and the National Mall. Learn about vacations to Lincoln Memorial.

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