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10 places updated July 2, 2015
Here for Comic Con? Ride the Vikings Longship with HISTORY to get a limited-edition drinking horn and go to these locations for drink specials! Catch episodes of Vikings on Amazon Instant Video today.
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30 places updated March 29, 2013
The Green Monster, the ivy wall, the home-run apple. Each ballpark has its own defining features. Follow this list throughout the season to uncover the history behind MLB’s 30 parks.
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36 places updated December 21, 2012
Founded in 1896 with 7 schools, the Big Ten Conference was originally known as the "Intercollegiate Conference of Faculty Representatives." Uncover facts about its 12 current campuses with our list:
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24 places updated October 24, 2012
Though the Ivy League was only formed in 1954, seven of its eight schools were founded prior to the American Revolution. Tour the country’s “Ancient Eight” campuses with this list:
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17 places updated October 5, 2012
The Freedom Trail is a 2.5-mile trek across historic Beantown from Boston Common to the USS Constitution. Follow the red brick road to 17 colonial sites on this list:
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21 places updated August 6, 2012
An open area in the middle of Washington, D.C., the National Mall stretches between the Lincoln Memorial and the U.S. Capitol. Take a tour and discover facts along the way with this list:
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    "The Battle of Bentonville, occurring between March 19-21 in 1865, was the largest battle ever fought in North Carolina."
    HISTORYHISTORY · August 23, 2013
    Historic Site
    · Newton Grove, United States
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    "During Pontiac’s Rebellion, British forces claimed victory over a combined Native American Force, enabling white settlement in western Pennsylvania."
    HISTORYHISTORY · August 21, 2013
    Historic Site
    · Jeannette, United States
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    "This location is home to Fort Necessity, built in 1754 under the command of George Washington during a prelude battle to the French and Indian War."
    HISTORYHISTORY · August 20, 2013
    History Museum
    · Farmington, United States
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    "The Grove opened in 2002 and has been one of the most popular tourist destinations in Los Angeles ever since."
    HISTORYHISTORY · August 16, 2013
    Mall
    · Los Angeles, United States
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    "Did you know the park is named for Henry Maier, Milwaukee's longest-serving mayor?"
    HISTORYHISTORY · July 5, 2013
    Park
    · Milwaukee, United States
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    "City Hall Plaza in Boston, Massachusetts, is a large, open, unadorned public space in the Government Center area of the city."
    HISTORYHISTORY · July 2, 2013
    Plaza
    · Boston, United States
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