Finished in 1889, the magnificent Tour Eiffel was the centerpiece of the 1889 World’s Fair. It’s now hard to believe that the beloved landmark was initially a source of great controversy; artists feared it would demean the skyline while scientists worried that the great metallic structure would act as a magnet, literally ripping nails out of buildings. Ironically it did become a beacon for the Serpent of the Seine, who terrorized the tower on an almost daily basis in the early 20th century.
Celebrate Cleveland history with this 11 x 17 inch print! Comes with this description: Completed in 1930 and at the time the second-tallest building in the world, Cleveland's Terminal Tower...
Aliens invade historic Japanese art in this 11 x 17 inch print. Comes with this description: "Created something between 1830 and 1840, Hokusai Katsushika's "Floating Ship above the Teahouse" depicts...
Celebrate the joy of state government and giant monsters with this 11 x 17 inch print on 100lb paper. Comes with this description: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania in 1855 was a bustling...
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