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Hannah and Eliza Gorman HouseHannah and Eliza Gorman House
Corvallis, Oregon, USA

The Hannah and Eliza Gorman House was built by Black women pioneers in 1857-66 in Corvallis, Oregon. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2015.

Palace of Westminster (Houses of Parliament)Palace of Westminster (Houses of Parliament)
London, England, UK

Founded in 1016 and rebuilt in the 1800s, the Palace of Westminster has housed the British Parliament since 1259. Parliamentary sessions are open to the public and tours are available regularly.

Natural History MuseumNatural History Museum
London, England, UK

Housed in a cathedral-like Gothic Revival building, the Natural History Museum in London is one of the finest of its kind in the world.

Big BenBig Ben
London, England, UK

The internationally recognizable symbol of London, Big Ben (officially named the Clock Tower) is part of the Houses of Parliament. Designed by Pugin, the attractive Gothic Revival tower was completed in 1859.

Bloomfield Hills, MI, USA

Cranbrook is one of the most important groups of educational and architectural structures in America, a summary of the first half of the 20th century in the form of a group of buildings. This enclave in Bloomfield Hills, 25 miles from Detroit, was one of the idealist institutions meant to combat shoddy machine-age goods--from the making of beautiful objects to the creation of an architectural setting with details of the finest quality.

Justin Smith Morrill HomesteadJustin Smith Morrill Homestead
Strafford, VT, USA

Morrill was responsible for the Morrill Acts (1862, 1890), which provided for land grant colleges. He designed and constructed this Gothic Revival house in 1848-51, and retained ownership while in the Congress as a Representative (1855-67) and Senator (1867-98), and until his death in 1898.

Cincinnati Music HallCincinnati Music Hall
Cincinnati, OH, USA

Constructed in 1878, this is an early civic center built in Victorian Gothic style, joining a music hall and industrial exhibition halls displaying work of important Cincinnati architect, Samuel Hannaford. It was used for popular 19th-century German-American Singing Festivals.

Salt Lake TempleSalt Lake Temple
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Founded by Brigham Young and completed in 1893, the Salt Lake Temple is the most important Mormon temple in the world.

Cathedral of St. John the DivineCathedral of St. John the Divine

This Episcopalian cathedral on the Upper West Side is the largest cathedral in the world and still incomplete. It has hosted many important events and is known for its strong interfaith tradition.