Amazing Architectural Wonders In America

Empire State Building, New York

The name of the iconic Empire State Building has been derived from the nickname of the city of New York, the Empire State.

San Xavier Del Bac Mission, Arizona

Another historic monument in the USA, San Xavier Del Bac Mission is actually a church located in the Santa Cruz Valley, 9 miles (14 km) south of Tucson, Arizona.

The White House, Washington D.C.

Situated in Washington D.C, the White House is the official residence and the workplace of the President of the United States.

Gateway Arch, Missouri

The Gateway Arch, a 630-foot-192-metre-tall structure, is located in St. Louis, Missouri. It is designed as an "inverted loaded catenary arch".

The Jefferson Monticello, Virginia

Although Monticello means "hill" or "small mountain" in Italian, Thomas Jefferson, who inherited it from his father.

Golden Gate Bridge, California

Golden Gate Bridge is an internationally acknowledged iconic symbol not only of California, where it is built, but also of the United States.

Hoover Dam, Border of Arizona and Nevada

Known earlier as Boulder Dam, Hoover Dam, a concrete arch-gravity structure, is built in the Black Canyon of the Colorado River.

Seattle Space Needle, Washington

Built in Seattle Centre and known as an icon of the city, Space Needle is actually an observation tower. 

Mount Rushmore, South Dakota

Located near Keystone, South Dakota, Mount Rushmore National Memorial is a sculpture carved into the granite exterior of Mt. Rushmore. 

Washington Monument, Washington D.C.

Built on the National Mall in Washington DC, the Washington Monument is an obelisk - a tall four-sided narrow tapering monument like ancient Egyptian pyramids.

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