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On March 31, 1889, the Eiffel Tower—which was built as an entrance arch for the World's Fair—opened to the public.
Take a look at the adaptive sports equipment and assistive technology featured in this year's Paralympic Games.
3. Spanish conquistadors never found Machu Picchu.
Once abandoned and forgotten, the dazzling settlement has been one of the region’s greatest tourist attractions for decades.
The building, once referred to by Walt Whitman as “a majestic and lovely show there in the moonlight,” has stood as an architectural wonder in the City of Brotherly Love since 1901.
A sanitation officer made the engineering marvel possible.
Connecting New Jersey and Manhattan, the George Washington Bridge remains one of the longest suspension bridges in the United States and is responsible for transporting millions of people into and out of New York every year.
It was designed by amateurs.
More than 93,000 physical therapists (PTs) in America treat neurological, movement, and genetic disorders as well as more common issues like headaches and dizziness.
5. The dome was the largest ever constructed in the ancient world.