Interesting architecture and monuments facts

Architecture
21 facts about Spanish Steps
One of the longest and widest staircases in Europe and one of the most famous in Rome
Trevi Fountain
The official opening of the Trevi Fountain took place on May 22, 1762, by Pope Clement XIII.
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Architecture
18 facts about Göbekli Tepe
The oldest known cult site
Architecture
15 facts about Arc de Triomphe
A memento of Napoleon Bonaparte
Empire State Building
The record for running up to the top floor of a skyscraper belongs to Paul Crake, who managed to achieve 9 minutes and 33 seconds. He set his record in 2003.
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Architecture
18 facts about Trevi Fountain
The last section of the Acqua Vergine aqueduct
Lighthouse of Alexandria
Construction of the lighthouse may have taken 14 to 20 years.
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Architecture
25 facts about Empire State Building
The world's first over 100 floors skyscraper
Eiffel tower
The names of 72 prominent scientists and engineers of that time are engraved on the facade of the tower.
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Architecture
26 facts about Petra
The mysterious city of tombs
Arc de Triomphe
On the facade of the arch are engraved 660 names of the Napoleonic army officers.
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Architecture
18 facts about Lighthouse of Alexandria
One of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World
Architecture
20 facts about Eiffel tower
The symbol of Paris and the tallest structure in the city.
Temple of Artemis
In 268 AD, an East Germanic tribe called Goths raided the city of Ephesus and severely damaged the third temple.
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