Historical Places -Historical Places and its features Starting with the alphabet F

Fleet Street: A street in London running from Temple Bar eastwards to Ludgate Circus. It is named after the River Fleet. The area (with adjoining streets) houses the offices and printing establishments of many of the leading British newspapers and press agencies. Flushing Meadows: on Long Island, New York (USA) famous as UN meeting place. Fujiyama: More...

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Historical Places -Historical Places and its features Starting with the alphabet E

Eiffel Tower: in Paris (France) 300 m high and built at a cost of £ 200,000. It is now being used as a Meteorological Wireless Station. El-Alamin: Egypt; scene of great Allied victory in Second World War. Elba, More...

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Historical Places -Historical Places and its features Starting with the alphabet D

Dardanelles: is a Strait between Europe and Turkey in the Black Sea. Detroit: fourth largest city in USA, known as the city of motor cars. Downing Street: No. 10 Downing Street is the official residence of the Prime More...

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Historical Places -Historical Places and its features Starting with the alphabet C

Cairo: capital of Egypt. Caldor Hall: Caldor Hall, named after the world famed American sculptor, Alexander Stirling Caldor, is a famous Art Gallery in Philadelphia (USA). The sculptural productions of Alexander More...

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Historical Places -Historical Places and its features Starting with the alphabet A

Abadan: (Iran); oil fields. Aberdeen: Known as Granite City is famous for Britain’s largest granite-exporting industry. It is in Scotland. Abu Simbal: (Egypt) famous ancient temple cut out of rock by Rameses II. Al-Aqsa: More...