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  • 1. Created By: Laura Whitcher
  • 2. Eiffel Tower-Located: Paris, FranceThe Eiffel tower was built for commemorating the centenary of the Frenchrevolution; and This is a structure built in 1889 as the entrance to theWorlds Fair.Louvre Musée-Located: Paris, FranceThe worlds greatest art museum first started out as a public art exhibition.It is a world wide museum open to the public to display art of all nature.Musée D’Orsay-Located: Paris, FranceThis museum was originally installed as a orsay railway station built for theuniversal Exhibition of 1900. They saw the building more as a work of art, soit was created into a historic Art Musée (Museum).
  • 3. Musée de Bretagne-Located- Bretagne, FranceThe Museum of Brittany is the ground floor of a grand building in the centre of Rennes. Thefirst floor is the Musée des Beaux Arts. It was created after the second world war. Themuseum houses a fine collection of archaeological and ethnological artifacts, dating fromNeolithic times and ancient Armorica, to the present day. It is a fine introduction to thevarious aspects of the region and also the development of Rennes.Fontaine Sainte-Marie-Madeleine –Located- Bretagne/ Quebec, FranceParts of this palace has been moved to Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pérade, Quebec.Musée de lOrangerie-Located- Paris, FranceThe Musée de lOrangerie is an Art Museum made up of famous paintings. It was originallybuilt in 1852 by the architect Firmin Bourgeois and completed by his successor, LudovicoVisconti to shelter the orange trees of the garden of the Tuileries. Used by the ThirdRepublic in the nineteenth-century as deposit for goods, an examination room, and place oflodging for mobilized soldiers, it also served the general-purpose of housingsporting, musical, and patriotic events. Additionally, it was a place to display exhibitions ofindustry, animals, plants, as well as rare displays of painting.
  • 4. Renvyle Castle-Located: County Galway, IrelandIt is a mirror for the unpredictable changes that troubled Ireland, but it’smore commemorated for it’s resilience/ capacity to survive.Twelve Bens-Located: northeast of Roundstone in ConnemaraTwelve Bens is a Mountain Range where usually runners attempt to hike alltwelve peaks in a single day. Hence the name TWELVE Bens.Four Courts-Located: Kerry, IrelandThe Designer of this building was Thomas Cooley. It was made as a PublicRecords Office of Ireland.
  • 5. Grafton Street à Dublin-Located- Dublin, IrelandGrafton Street is one of the two principal shopping streets in Dublin city centre, theother being Henry Street. It runs from St. Stephens Green in the south (at the highestpoint of the street) to College Green in the north (to the lowest point).Dunguaire Castle-Located- Dublin, IrelandThe castle was built by the Hynes clan in 1520, a family who may have been associatedwith the area since 662, when the site is believed to have once been the royal palace ofGuaire Aidne mac Colmáin, the legendary king of Connacht and progenitor of theclan.Athenry-Located- Dublin, IrelandThe castle was built by Meiler de Bermingham in the middle of the 13th century, and isvery much linked with the medieval town.
  • 6. Battle of Britain Memorial-Located- London, EnglandThis is a Memorial Site to represent the people who died in the Battle of Britain.Firefighters at night-Located- London, EnglandThe drama of John W. Mills memorial sculpture Blitz heightened by the cloudy nightsky. It was originally intended as a tribute to those "heroes with grimy faces" whosaved so many lives during the wartime bombing of London on 57 consecutive nights.More recently (1991) it was moved from its earlier location in Old Change Court tohere on the corner of Sermon Lane, to become a national memorial to all firefighterswho have died in the course of duty. 1192 names were added to the plinth.War Memorial, St Leonards Church-Located- Swindon, EnglandThe memorial commemorates soldiers of the village who died in WWII.
  • 7. Blenheim Palace-Located- Woodstock, Oxfordshire, EnglandBlenheim Palace is a monumental stately home. It is the seat of the Dukes ofMarlborough. The palace, one of Englands largest houses, was built between 1705and circa 1724. UNESCO recognised the palace as a World Heritage Site in 1987.Wells Cathedral-Located- Somerset, EnglandThis building is a church for British. The first building phase took about eightyyears, building from east to west, culminating in the magnificent West Front. About300 of its original medieval statues remain: a glorious theatrical stone backdrop forfeast day processions.Church of England-Located- EnglandThis church is the official establishment of the Christian Church in England andthe Mother Church of the worldwide Anglican Communion. The church limits itselfwithin the tradition of Western Christianity and dates its formal establishment toEngland by St. Augustine of Canterbury in AD 597.
  • 8. Slottet-Located- Norway, SwedenThis is a Viking Museum built to tell about the past Vikings, and how they survived in Sweden duringthere time. The Royal Palace in Oslo was built in the first half of the 19th century asthe Norwegian residence of Norwegian and Swedish king Charles III and is the official residence of thepresent Norwegian Monarch. The crown prince couple resides at Skaugum in Asker west of Oslo.The Viking Ship Museum-Located- Oslo, Norway, SwedenIn 1913, Swedish professor Gabriel Gustafson proposed a specific building to house Viking Age findsthat were discovered at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century. The Gokstad andOseberg ships had been stored in temporary shelters at the University of Oslo.Vasamuseet-Located- Stockholm, SwedenFrom the end of 1961 to 1988, Vasa was housed in a temporary structure called Wasavarvet where shewas treated with polyethylene glycol. Visitors could only view the ship from two levels and the maximumdistance was only 5 m (17 ft). In 1981, the Swedish government decided that apermanent Vasa museum was to be constructed and an architects competition for the design of themuseum building was organized. A total of 384 architects sent in models of their ideas for the mostsuitable building to house the Vasa, and the final winners were Marianne Dahlbäck and Goran Mansson.
  • 9. Gołoborze/Steniga gladeLocated- Stockholm, SwedenIt’s a lake found in Sweden popular to the people.Jakt torn i gysselhyttan-Located- Stockholm, SwedenIt’s a lake found in Sweden popular to the people.Przydrożne jezioro/Vägarna Lake-Located- Stockholm, SwedenIt’s a lake found in Sweden popular to the people.
  • 10. Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore-Located- ItalyThe basilica is one of Italys largest churches, and until development of new structuralmaterials in the modern era, the dome was the largest in the world. It remains thelargest brick dome ever constructed.Fontana di Trevi-Located- Rome, ItalyLargest Baroque fountain in the city and one of the most famous fountains in theworld.Pantheon-Located- Rome, ItalyIt is one of the best preserved of all Roman buildings. It has been in continuous usethroughout its history, and since the 7th century, the Pantheon has been used as a RomanCatholic church dedicated to "St. Mary and the Martyrs" but informally known as "SantaMaria della Rotonda." The square in front of the Pantheon is called Piazza della Rotonda.
  • 11. Terme di Caracalla-Located- Rome, ItalyPublic baths, or thermae, built in Rome between AD 212 and 216, during the reign ofthe Emperor Caracalla. Chris Scarre provides a slightly longer construction period 211-217 AD. They would have had to install over 2,000 tons of material every day for 6 yearsin order to complete it in this time period. Records show that the idea for the bathswere drawn up by Septimius Severus, and merely completed or opened in the lifetimeof Caracalla. This would allow for a longer construction time frame.ColosseumLocated- Rome, ItalyThe Coliseum, originally the Flavian Amphitheatre, is an ancient building in thecentre of the city of Rome, Italy, the largest ever built in the Roman Empire. It isconsidered one of the greatest works of Roman architecture and Roman engineering.Piazza del Popolo Rome-Located- Rome, ItalyLeft the Santa Maria di Monte Santo and left the Santa Maria dei Miracoli. Bothchurches (twins) built in the late 17th century under the leadership of Carlo Fontana.Bernini helped in the decoration of the Monte Santo.
  • 12. Both France postcardsBoth England PostcardsPostcard 1 of Sweden
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