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Posti salvati di Todd
La Villa is one of Posti salvati di Todd.

1. La Villa

8.1
8109 Timberlake Rd, Lynchburg, VA
Ristorante italiano · 15 consigli e recensioni
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art is one of Posti salvati di Todd.

2. Bechtler Museum of Modern Art

7.4
420 S Tryon St (at Levine Avenue of the Arts), Charlotte, NC
Museo d'arte · Third Ward · 37 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: The museum was designed by Swiss architect Mario Botta who also designed the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

Paris Hotel & Casino is one of Posti salvati di Todd.

3. Paris Hotel & Casino

8.8
3655 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV
Hotel · 482 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: Originally, the plan was to build the Eiffel Tower to full scale but the airport was too close and the tower had to be shrunk. The scale is approximately 1:2.

Phoenix Zoo is one of Posti salvati di Todd.

4. Phoenix Zoo

8.8
455 N Galvin Pkwy (btwn E McDowell & E Van Buren), Phoenix, AZ
Zoo · Camelback East · 207 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: This zoo was originally named the "Maytag Zoo" after Robert Maytag, who formed the Arizona Zoological Society. Maytag died a few months before its opening in November 1962.

Oregon Convention Center is one of Posti salvati di Todd.

5. Oregon Convention Center

777 NE M L King Blvd (btwn NE Holladay St & NE Lloyd Blvd), Portland, OR
Centro congressi · 31 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: Opened in 1990, it houses the world's largest Foucault Pendulum. It has become known for upward illuminating the twin spires yearly on September 11th in memorial of the events of 9/11.

Mystery Castle is one of Posti salvati di Todd.

6. Mystery Castle

6.7
800 E Mineral Rd (at 7th St. and Mineral Road), Phoenix, AZ
Castello · South Mountain · 9 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: This unique building was built in 1930 by Boyce Luther Gulley for his daughter, Mary. It's built from a wide range of recycled materials. Electricity and plumbing weren't added until 1992.

Footprint Center is one of Posti salvati di Todd.

7. Footprint Center

8.7
201 E Jefferson St (btwn S 1st & S 3rd Sts), Phoenix, AZ
Stadio di basket · Copper Square · 124 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: The US Airways Arena is home to the Phoenix Suns of the NBA, the Phoenix Mercury of the WNBA and the Arizona Rattlers of the Arena Football League.

Bryant Park is one of Posti salvati di Todd.

8. Bryant Park

9.5
E 42nd St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave), New York, NY
Parco · Midtown East · 1210 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: In 1853-54, NY's first world's fair, the Crystal Palace Exhibition, took place here. A huge iron-and-glass structure was erected to house 5,272 exhibitors from 23 foreign nations and across the U.S.

The Mirage Hotel & Casino is one of Posti salvati di Todd.

9. The Mirage Hotel & Casino

8.7
3400 South Las Vegas Boulevard (at Buccaneer Blvd), Las Vegas, NV
Hotel · 187 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: The Mirage was built on the site formerly occupied by the Castaways & the Red Rooster Nite Club. The hotel's distinctive gold windows get their color from actual gold used in the tinting process.

Balboa Park is one of Posti salvati di Todd.

10. Balboa Park

9.6
1549 El Prado (Park Blvd), San Diego, CA
Parco · Balboa Park · 329 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: Placed in reserve in 1835, this is one of the oldest sites in the U.S. dedicated to public recreational usage. It is named after the Spanish explorer Vasco Núñez de Balboa.

Washington Park is one of Posti salvati di Todd.

11. Washington Park

9.6
2368 W Burnside St, Portland, OR
Parco · 35 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: The park first opened in 1871 & was first known as City Park. John C. Olmsted gave the park its current name in 1909. It is also the site of Portland's first zoo.