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The USS Hornet is a decommissioned US Navy aircraft carrier used in the World War II and Vietnam War theaters. The USS Hornet has served its role in several other historical events including various recovery missions for NASA's Apollo space program. Commissioned in 1943, this ship was part of the US Navy fleet for nearly 30 years until its retirement in 1970. Today, the USS Hornet has been repurposed as a museum ship in Alameda, California.
The Grote Kerk of Breda, Netherlands is a church that towers over the city's skyline. With ties to the royal Nassau family, this Gothic medieval church has a rich history dating back from the 14th century. Its wide, open golden ceilings are one of this church’s many highlights.
The Orient Express The Orient Express was a luxury train running from Paris to Constantinople for over 80 years. As the creation of Belgian businessman Georges Nagelmackers in 1883, the train was decorated with Oriental rugs, velvet draperies, and mahogany paneling. The original train retired in 1977, but an exhibit has been installed at the Railway Museum in the Netherlands in order to share its rich history with all.
Ivy Green is the birthplace of famed author Helen Keller. The Tuscumbia, Alabama cottage was the former residence of not only Keller, but her "Miracle Worker" mentor Anne Sullivan as well. Now set up as a museum commemorating Keller, the site displays her original Braille typewriter alongside other relics from her international journeys.
This Hartford, Connecticut home was once the residence of famous author Mark Twain. Born as Samuel L. Clemens, Mark Twain penned many great American novels including The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. This property was home to Clemens and his family from 1874-1891.
Temple Dongjingyuan was once a former Qing dynasty Buddhist temple. Located in central Beijing, this heritage site was originally constructed in the 18th century and is now repurposed for several cultural events. In 2012, the temple was the honored recipient of the Award of Merit from the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Awards for Cultural Heritage Conservation.
Tecnológico de Monterrey is a Mexican university with over 35 campuses throughout the country. The Guadalajara campus, featured here, is located on the northwest edge of the city and is home to one of the university's cutting-edge health sciences facilities.
St. John's Cathedral is a rich, cultural landmark for Brisbane, Australia. Located in the heart of the city, the cathedral stands tall among Brisbane's office high-rises. This unique landmark features wood carvings, a stone-vaulted ceiling, and 350 million-year-old limestone.
The Holocaust History Center at the Jewish History Museum in Tucson, Arizona is dedicated to sharing the stories and experiences of those persecuted by Nazism, survived, and later found themselves in southern Arizona. The stories of over 260 individuals originating from 18 countries are presented in this exhibit.
This London home was the last residence of famous psychoanalyst, Sigmund Freud, where he and his family moved to escape Nazi annexation in Austria during World War II. The home is now The Freud Museum, and includes his extensive collection of over 2,000 antiquities. Sigmund Freud's study has been preserved...