Walt Disney Who was Walt Disney? Walt Elias Disney was born in Chicago in 1901. When he was just a few years old, he already had a talent for drawing, which allowed him, years later, to take to Hollywood a movie only produced with animated cartoons. In 1927, he created the famous mouse, which his . . .
Palm Springs The city The state of California is in the far west of the United States of America (USA) and is one of the largest and most populous in the country. Its nickname is Golden State (each American State has one), which derives from the discovery of gold in the Sacramento River in . . .
Central Park is located in the city of New York, in the epicenter of Manhattan Island. It’s one of the city’s most attended places and it has a worldwide reputation.The history In the beginning of the 19th century, the city was growing at a quick pace, given the fast construction of a vast . . .
The Empire State Building is a mandatory attraction in New York.It’s the symbol of the city and of the country itself. It’s located in the central area of the island Manhattan, known as Midtown. It’s a skyscraper built in the Art Déco style, comprising 102 floors and a height of 443 meters, if . . .
The city of New York is known as the Big Apple. That designation came to surface for the first time in a critique of the wealth distribution in the USA. In 1909, the writer Edward S. Martin published the book “The Wayfarer in New York”. In the work’s introduction, the author states the following: . . .
New York is divided into 5 boroughs: Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island. The Bronx is the only borough that is not an island. Manhattan is the smallest island and the most well-known borough, encompassing the city’s main attractions. The island is 21,6 km long and 3,7 km wide and . . .
The famous city of Miami is located in Florida, an American state. The waters washing Florida are overloaded with shipwrecks that have piled up throughout time. Caravels and galleons packed with gold and silver caught the Gulf Stream and the winds close to Florida in order to get back to Europe. . . .
The official name of the Statue of Liberty of New York is “Liberty enlightening the world” and the Americans call it “Lady Liberty”. It located on a small island at the entrance of the New York Harbor. It was inaugurated on the 28th of October of 1886 by the president Grover Cleveland, and . . .
Walter P. Chrysler, the founder of the Chrysler automaker, wanted to erect an office building that was the highest in the world and one that would work as a eulogy to his own rise in the automobile industry.The Chrysler building is a skyscraper with 319 meters (67 floors) in New York. It was . . .