Saturday, June 6, 2020

Landmarks of Hawaii

Most interesting landmarks of Hawaii Below are listed the most amazing natural and man made landmarks of Hawaii. Natural landmarks Hawaii are famous thanks to their natural...

Petroglyph Beach

Some 40 different signs and symbols have been hewn in the boulders and rock outcrops at the sea, in Petroglyph Beach. It is possible...

Winslow House

A family house - the first independent design by then young Frank Lloyd Wright. The house was built in 1894 and Wright himself considered...

Rainbow Row in Charleston

A group of thirteen historical row houses which are colored in diverse bright pastel colors. The longest and most impressive cluster of Georgian row...

Burney Falls

Some 35 m tall waterfall, created by powerful springs, which produce up to 4 m³ of water per second. Water has created travertine formations. Location,...

Devils Postpile

Cliff of very well-formed columnar basalt. This cliff resembles a heap of vertically placed piles. Location, GPS coordinates: 37.62448 N 119.08457 W Categories: Rock formations, Rock spires Values: Geology, Visual Rating: Where...

Ipiutak Site

Major site of Ipiutak culture, inhabited around 100 BC - 800 AD. Found sites of some 600 houses, although these could have existed in...

Petroglyph Point

Large sandstone outcropping covered with one of the largest displays of native American art in North America, with more than 5,000 carvings. This site...

Auditorium Building

A prominent building in Chicago style, designed by Louis Sullivan and Dankmar Adler. This mixed-use building was built in 1890, it is 73 m...

Boole Tree

One of the largest trees on Earth is Boole Tree in California. This giant sequoia is 81.9 m tall and its trunk has a...