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This 307-foot tower, built in 1937, is interesting in its architectural detail, and is one of the defining landmarks of the city.
This 307-foot tower, built in 1937, is interesting in its architectural detail, and is one of the defining landmarks of the city. The observation deck is open to the public and offers a great view of the campus and surrounding city.
Austin, TX, United States
Austin is a university town and Texas sports are taken very seriously
The Santa Rita No 1 Oil Well was amont the earliest major finds of oil in the Permian Basin of West Texas and Southeastern New Mexico, which spurred on the exploration and development of the industry in the region
The permanent collection comprises an impressive range of European art by important artists such as Rubens, Lorrain, and Guercino, as well as a selection of American and Latin American artworks
This natural history museum, housed in the exhibit hall of the Texas Natural Science Center, hosts a variety of interesting exhibits, including a paleontology laboratory where visitors are allowed to interact with and ask questions of paleontologists as they go about their work of cleaning, cataloging, and studying fossils
This is one of the nicest museums in Austin
Houses an extensive collection of restored cultural artifacts including rare books, manuscripts, photography, film, and art
The Spanish Renaissance style Battle Hall building with a red tile roof and limestone walls houses the Architecture and Planning Library, the Alexander Architectural Archive and the Center for American Architecture of the University of Texas
The Bullock Texas State History Museum explores the history of the Lone Star state and presents 'the Story of Texas'
One of twelve presidential libraries, the LBJ Presidential Library and Museum holds over 45 million pages of historical documents, plus a museum which has an ever-changing array of exhibits related to American history and the American presidency