Skyscrapers rise into the sky on the far side of the Millennium Monument peristyle at Chicago’s Wrigley Square.
A panoramic view of the San Jacinto Battleground—the site of the decisive battle of the Texas Revolution on April 21, 1836, that ensured Texas’ independence from Mexico. The site is marked by the 567-foot-tall San Jacinto Monument, completed in 1939 and topped by a 220-ton, 34-foot “Lone Star”. (Click the photo to view a larger version)
San Francisco’s 210-foot-tall Coit Tower rises above the surrounding trees atop Telegraph Hill.
The ersatz Statue of Liberty at Las Vegas’ New York New York Hotel and Casino.