The White House

Washington, DC

The White House is of course one of the most famous buildings and historical landmark in the world. The massive white mansion was built in 1792, and it has been the official residence to the president of the United States since 1800. The very first occupants were the Adams, John and Abigail. At the time, […]

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The Myrtles Plantation

St. Francisville, LA

The Myrtles Plantation, located in St Francisville, Louisiana is one of these historical southern mansions tied to the history of the region and the country. The Myrtles Plantation is officially listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is a privately owned Bed and Breakfast and offers guided tours throughout the year. The antebellum […]

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The Whaley House

San Diego, CA

Built in 1857; Whaley house is a Greek revival style home. It is now part of the Californian architectural heritage and is maintained by “Save our Heritage Organisation”. The house is now a museum and welcomes visitors for tours throughout the year. The Whaley house is located in the Old Town of San Diego. The […]

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Winchester Mansion

San Jose, CA

The Winchester Mystery House was the private residence of Sarah Winchester, widow of William Wirt Manchester, Treasurer of the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. It is located in San Jose, California. The house is now a famous tourist attraction. The house is notorious for its style, extravagance and more importantly for having been under construction for […]

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Lizzie Borden House

Fall River, MA

The History Built in 1845 and restored to its original Victorian splendour, the famous Lizzie Borden House is a private home. In fact, it has been a privately owned property since 1892. The Residence was built in 1845 and at the time, the house was divided and shared by two families. Lizzie Borden House is […]

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