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The National Wallace Monument is a Tower in Stirling/Scotland commemorating Sir William "Braveheart" Wallace. It was completed in 1869.
Robbie Williams' house in Beverly Hills This is Robbie Williams' Beverly Hills home. The Thomas Alva Edison Memorial Tower and Museum The Thomas Alva Edison Memorial Tower and Museum opened on February 11, 1938. Thomas Edison (February 11, 1847 – October 18, 1931) was an American inventor holding patents covering the creation or refinements of devices in telegraphy and telephony, electric power generation and lighting, sound recording, motion pictures, storage batteries, and mining and cement technology. For 10 years Edison worked on this place and applied for about 400 patents. Scotland Yard headquarters Headquarters of the Metropolitan Police in Greater London (Scotland Yard). Nakheel Tower The Nakheel Tower in Dubai will be the world's tallest skyscraper. It is currently under construction and will have a height of more than 1,000 metres when completed. The project will take about 10 years to complete and 30,000 workers are involved in the developement of the Nakheel Tower & Harbour. Hearst Tower in New York City The Hearst Tower in New York City is a skyscraper built in 2006 and designed by the famous British architects Foster + Partners. Tower Bridge The Tower Bridge in London was opened on 30 June 1894. It is called the most famous bridge in the world. Gulliver in Edinburgh "Gulliver sculpture" in Edinburgh designed by Jimmy Boyle for the Craigmillar Festival Society in 1976. Mentmore Towers "Mentmore Towers" is a large country house in Buckinghamshire. It was built in the 1850s for Baron Mayer de Rothschild. The house was used as filming location in many movies like Eyes Wide Shut, Batman Begins (Wayne Manor), The Mummy Returns, ... George Washington Birthplace National Monument George Washington was born here on February 22, 1732 and remained on this plantation until age 3. He returned as a teenager while studying surveying. Remington Steele "Twin towers" The Twin towers appearing in the 80s TV series Remmington Steele are located in Los Angeles. Eiffel tower The Eiffel tower is the landmark of Paris. It was constructed from 1887 – 1889 for the Exposition Universelle which was held in Paris in 1889. The height of the tower is 324 metres (1,063 ft). It's architect was Gustave Eiffel. Freedom Trail in Boston The Freedom Trail is a red marked pedestrian path in Boston which guides to 16 historic sites. The Beach Boys Historic Landmark The Beach Boys Historic Landmark commemorates the site of the childhood home of Brian, Carl, and Dennis Wilson of the Beach Boys. It was dedicated on May 20, 2005. Wallace Monument The National Wallace Monument is a Tower in Stirling/Scotland commemorating Sir William "Braveheart" Wallace. It was completed in 1869. Washington Monument Washington Monument in Washington D.C. is a 169.294 meters (555 feet) tall obelisk dedicated to George Washington. Warner Bros. Water tower Warner Bros. Water tower in Burbank, California. Capitol Records Tower The Capitol Records Tower is on eof the most famous buildings in Los Angeles. It was constructed from 1955-1956 as headquarters for Capitol Records (EMI). Monument Valley The Monument Valley is an area located on the border of Utah and Arizona. It's famous for the rock formations and the red siltstone and the red sand. Coit Tower Coit Tower (with the statue of Columbus) is an art deco tower. It was built in 1933 on Telegraph Hill in San Francisco. Oriental Pearl Tower The Oriental Pearl TV Tower is located in Shanghai, China. It has a total height of 468 m (1,535 ft) and was constructed from 1991 - 1995.