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Photo Contest Winter 2022

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La Sagrada Familia: Spain’s Most Unique Basilica

By Abby Knudsen April 16, 2022 06:30 PM
“My client is not in a hurry,” reportedly said Antoni Gaudí, the architect behind La Sagrada Familia, when asked about the timeline for his grand project. But if Gaudí could see the state of the basilica today, he may not say the same. Construction began in 1882, but the projected finish date is 2026—144 years later. Read Full Story

Civil War History Tour

By KaTrina Jackson April 11, 2022 12:13 PM
The Civil War was a defining event in America’s history—and it still shapes the US today. A Civil War history tour is one way to remember this historic event that shook America to its core. You can take a guided tour or do your own tour to explore the historic sites of the American Civil War. Read Full Story

The San Francisco Ferry Building

By Jensen Katschke March 30, 2022 01:17 PM
When it first opened in 1898, the San Francisco Ferry Building was a transportation center for those crossing the San Francisco Bay. While traveling by ferry was the main way to access the city until the 1930s, today there are many ways to get to San Francisco. Yet, tourists and locals alike still have good reason to visit the Ferry Building. Aside from its striking architecture, this historic site is now a public food market that is home to some of the best artisanal foods in the Bay Area. Read Full Story