A building does not have to be an important work of architecture to become a first-rate landmark. Landmarks are not created by architects. They are fashioned by those who encounter them after they are built. The essential feature of a landmark is not its design, but the place it holds in a city's memory. Compared to the place it occupies in social history, a landmark's artistic qualities are incidental. Herbert Muschamp.
This gallery is dedicated to "Historical" Landmarks and Architecture throughout the USA and oversee's that I have visited in my travels.
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