In 1884, the Statue was presented to the American ambassador, then dismantled and transported by ship to New York in June 1885.
More than a million workers were involved in the wall's construction.
In 2013, a group of archaeologists led by Mike Parker Pearson excavated over 50,000 fragments of cremated bones.
Notre-Dame has had two spires in its history.
In 1950, Louis Nichilo designed a gold lipstick container in the Leaning Tower's shape.
Construction of the Leaning Tower began in 1173 and was completed two centuries later.
The stairs consist of 135 steps (some claim 136, but they count drainage platform as a step).
It is a bascule bridge, allowing the passage of ocean-going ships up to about 40.5 meters high.
A B-25D Mitchel bomber crashed into the Empire State Building.
The fountain measures 26.3 by 49.15 meters.
In 1923, Pierre Labric rode down the stairs on his bicycle.
The trilithon structure was 13.7 meters wide, and its open end faced the northeast.
The original artifacts found in Pompeii are in the National Archaeological Museum of Naples.
The restoration work took twenty years and in April 2011, the tower was opened to the public.