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    Resources

    Results 91 thru 100 of 362 total resources.

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    Mohammad Ali Pasha Mosque in the Citadel
    This mosque was built in 1830. It was designed by the Greek architect Youssef Bochna and is modeled on Hagia Sophia in Istanbul. The central dome is 21 m in ...
    Curriculum: History/Social Science
    92.  Image
    Inside the Rhomboidal Pyramid of Snefru Looking...
    To enter the pyramid you must climb up the steps on the side of the pyramid. The entrance tunnel is about 4 ft high and slopes fairly steeply downward. Stand...
    Curriculum: History/Social Science, Mathematics
    93.  Image
    Funerary Complexes of Menkaure and Kafre
    Two of the three Giza pyramids Menkaure is 66 m high by 108 m long. Kafre is 136.5 m hihg by 210.5 m long.

    Giza is the nae given to the burial ground o...
    Curriculum: History/Social Science

    94.  Image
    Esplanade - Singapore
    Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay is a performing arts center in Singapore. It is also known as "The Durian" because of it's exterior structure resembling a d...
    95.  Image
    Kellie's Castle in Malaysia
    Kellie's Castle in Batu Gajah, Perak, Malaysia. Kellie's Castle was built by a Scottish planter called William Kellie Smith. He built the castle for his wi...
    96.  Image
    Petronas Twin Towers
    The Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is the tallest building in Malaysia. You may recognize it from the film "Entrapment". (Keywords: building...
    97.  Image
    Dutch Church Building in Malacca, Malaysia
    Church built by the Dutch when they colonized Malaysia in 1753. (Keywords: religion, red, arches, architecture, Christianity)
    98.  Image
    Dutch Fort - Pangkor Island, Malaysia
    Old Dutch Fort at Teluk Gedung. Built in 1670, it was used for storing tin and was one of the Dutch strongholds against pirates and local Malays.
    99.  Image
    Perrine Memorial Bridge
    The first Perrine Memorial Bridge was open in 1927. It towered 475 feet above the Snake River Canyon, and was the highest bridge in existence at the time. Th...
    Curriculum: History/Social Science, Geography
    100.  Image
    Church Spires
    Spires, angles, and interesting rooftops on this church in Paris, France. (Keywords: architecture, arches, religion, Europe, bbutko)


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