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University of Chicago

University of Chicago

Chicago, United States

The University of Chicago is one of the best universities in the world.  It was founded in 1890 thanks to a donation from oil magnate John D. Rockefeller.  The university and its reputation quickly grew.  By World War II it had become a premier research institution.  It was here that mankind's first nuclear reaction took place thanks to Enrico Fermi.  Today the University ...

The National Museum

The National Museum

Bangkok, Thailand

This building was originally a palace until it was converted into a museum in the 1880s. It is a treasure house of Thai art and archaeology. The Red House initially home to the sister of King Rama I is a must see in addition to the Phuttaisawan Chapel which reflects the magnificence of Buddhist temple architecture. The Old Transportation Room houses an interesting collection of ivory carvings, p...

The National Museum of Colombo

The National Museum of Colombo

Colombo, Sri Lanka

Housed in a 19th century building, this museum displays an interesting collection of manuscripts, antique furniture, sculptures, carvings, china, demon masks and ancient royal regalia. The museum is closed on Fridays and on all public holidays. Open: 9AM-5PM Department of National Museums, Colombo 7. Phone: 0094112 694767. ...

High Line Elevated Park

High Line Elevated Park

New York, United States

When it opened in 1934, the High Line was a major infrastructure project.  It was built for freight trains coming into New York, and got rid of hazardous at-grade intersections at a cost of $2 billion in today’s dollars.  The tracks actually were built through warehouses and factories so that trains could be directly unloaded into their destination.  In the 1950s, however, rail traffic began to de...