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Wikipedia EntriesHouston Police Officers Memorial (Houston, Texas)

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A memorial in honor of Houston's police force and the officers who lost their lives in the line of duty.

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location: Texas

date approved: 10/1/2013

last visited: 8/18/2007

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Glenwood Cemetery is one of the most famous and beautiful cemeteries in Houston, built on undulating hills thrown up by Buffalo Bayou floods and home to a large number both city and state celebrities.

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location: Texas

date approved: 1/20/2014

last visited: 7/2/2019

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Wikipedia EntriesHeritage Plaza (Houston, Texas)

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Heritage Plaza is a 53-story, 762 ft (232 m) tall postmodern style skyscraper in downtown Houston, Texas. Built in 1987, it features a unique stepped granite crown on its top floors which resembles a Mayan pyramid.

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location: Texas

date approved: 5/5/2013

last visited: 11/28/2015

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Wikipedia EntriesAntioch Missionary Baptist Church (Houston, Texas)

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One of Houston's most historic churches, Antioch Missionary Baptist Church lies nestled between giant skyscrapers on the western edge of downtown, surrounded by steel and concrete. Built between 1875 and 1879, it is Houston's first black church.

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location: Texas

date approved: 4/18/2013

last visited: 3/11/2017

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Wikipedia EntriesAllen Center (Houston, Texas)

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The Allen Center is a business office park in downtown Houston, Texas. Built between 1972 and 1983, it consists of 4 separate office buildings plus a hotel with a network of glass skywalks connecting its lobbies to each other.

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location: Texas

date approved: 4/28/2013

last visited: 11/27/2015

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Wikipedia EntriesHobby Center for the Performing Arts (Houston, Texas)

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The Hobby Center for the Performing Arts is a theater in downtown Houston, Texas, USA. Named after former Texas lieutenant governor William P. Hobby, Jr., it holds two separate venues: the 2650-seat Sarofim Hall and the 500-seat Zilkha Hall.

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location: Texas

date approved: 4/5/2013

last visited: 4/8/2018

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Wikipedia EntriesDevon Energy Tower (Houston, Texas)

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Two Allen Center -- formerly known as "Devon Energy Tower" -- is a 36-story 521 ft (159 m) tall skyscraper in downtown Houston, Texas. Built in 1978, it is part of the Allen Center office complex located at the western edge of downtown.

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location: Texas

date approved: 5/7/2013

last visited: 11/27/2015

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Wikipedia Entries1600 Smith Street (Houston, Texas)

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1600 Smith Street is a 51-story, 732 ft (223 m) tall office tower in downtown Houston, Texas. Built in 1984, the building once served as the headquarters for Continental Airlines prior to its merger with United Airlines.

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location: Texas

date approved: 4/29/2013

last visited: 1/17/2022

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1400 Smith Street -- formerly known as Four Allen Center and the Enron Building -- is a 50-story, 691 ft (211 m) tall glass-and-aluminum office tower in downtown Houston, Texas.

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location: Texas

date approved: 4/20/2013

last visited: 10/14/2014

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1500 Louisiana Street -- formerly known as Five Allen Center, Enron II, and Enron Center South -- is a 40-story, 600 ft (183m) tall glass-and-aluminum office tower in downtown Houston, Texas.

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location: Texas

date approved: 4/20/2013

last visited: 1/16/2022

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Wikipedia EntriesKBR Tower (Houston, Texas)

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KBR Tower is a 40-story, 550 ft (168 m) tall skyscraper in downtown Houston, Texas. Built in 1973, it is a part of the Cullen Center complex which includes several other nearby office towers at the southwestern edge of downtown.

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location: Texas

date approved: 5/5/2013

last visited: 2/24/2014

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Wikipedia EntriesHyatt Regency Houston (Houston, Texas)

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Hyatt Regency Houston is a 30-story, 401 ft (122 m) tall high-rise hotel in downtown Houston, Texas. Built in 1972 and renovated in 2008, it is the tallest hotel in the city.

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location: Texas

date approved: 4/28/2013

last visited: 5/7/2015

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Wikipedia EntriesEnterprise Plaza (Houston, Texas)

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Enterprise Plaza -- also known as 1100 Louisiana -- is a 55-story, 750 ft (230 m) tall pink granite skyscraper in downtown Houston, Texas. It was the tallest building in Texas from 1980 until 1982.

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location: Texas

date approved: 4/7/2013

last visited: 11/27/2015

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Wells Fargo Plaza is a 992 ft (302.4 m) tall 71-story office building in downtown Houston, Texas. It is the 2nd tallest building in Texas after Houston's JPMorgan Chase Tower, and the tallest all-glass building in the entire Western hemisphere.

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location: Texas

date approved: 4/7/2013

last visited: 11/27/2015

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Wikipedia EntriesOne Shell Plaza (Houston, Texas)

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One Shell Plaza is a 50-story, 218 m (715 ft) skyscraper at in downtown Houston, Texas. Perched atop the building is an antenna that brings the height to 304.8 m (1,000 ft). At its completion in 1971, the tower was the tallest in the city.

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location: Texas

date approved: 3/28/2013

last visited: 11/27/2015

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Wikipedia EntriesWedge International Tower (Houston, Texas)

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Wedge International Tower is a 43-story, 551 ft (168 m) tall office tower in downtown Houston, Texas. Built in 1983, its unique "4 towers in 1" geometry makes it truly stand out from its neighbors, especially at night.

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location: Texas

date approved: 5/3/2013

last visited: 11/27/2015

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Wikipedia EntriesTotal Plaza (Houston, Texas)

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Total Plaza is a 35-story, 518 ft (158 m) tall skyscraper in downtown Houston, Texas. Built in 1971, the International Style building was the first in Houston to be outfitted with mirror-finished reflective glass.

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location: Texas

date approved: 5/3/2013

last visited: 5/7/2015

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Wikipedia EntriesBob Lanier Public Works Building (Houston, Texas)

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The Bob Lanier Public Works Building is a 410 ft (125 m) tall skyscraper in Houston, Texas. It was built in 1968 and named after Houston mayor Bob Lanier who served the city between 1992 and 1998.

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location: Texas

date approved: 4/3/2013

last visited: 11/27/2015

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Wikipedia EntriesCenterPoint Energy Plaza (Houston, Texas)

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CenterPoint Energy Plaza is a 741 ft (226 m) office building in downtown Houston, Texas.

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location: Texas

date approved: 4/6/2013

last visited: 11/27/2015

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The Bank of America Center is a 238 m (780 feet) 56 story office tower in downtown Houston. Built in 1983, it has three segmented tower setbacks, each with a steeply pitched gabled roofline topped off with spires.

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location: Texas

date approved: 3/28/2013

last visited: 11/1/2018

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Wikipedia EntriesEl Paso Energy Building (Houston, Texas)

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The Kinder Morgan Building -- formerly known as the "El Paso Energy Building" -- is a 33-story, 502 ft (153 m) tall office tower in downtown Houston, Texas.

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location: Texas

date approved: 5/3/2013

last visited: 11/27/2015

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Wikipedia EntriesJefferson Davis Hospital (Houston, Texas)

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The former Jefferson Davis Hospital near downtown Houston, Texas served as a county hospital from 1924-1938; it is now a multi-unit housing complex in the city's First Ward art district.

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location: Texas

date approved: 3/18/2015

last visited: 3/15/2015

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Wikipedia EntriesExxonMobil Building (Houston, Texas)

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The ExxonMobil Building -- formerly known as the Humble Building -- is a 44-story, 606 ft (185 m) tall office tower in downtown Houston, Texas. Built in 1963, it was for 2 years the tallest building west of the Mississippi River.

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location: Texas

date approved: 4/28/2013

last visited: 1/16/2022

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Formerly the Entex / Houston Natural Gas building, "1200 Travis" is a 28-story high-rise in downtown Houston currently housing the Houston Police Department's administrative and investigative offices.

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location: Texas

date approved: 4/18/2013

last visited: 5/6/2015

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Wikipedia EntriesAlley Theatre (Houston, Texas)

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The Alley Theatre is an indoor theatre in downtown Houston, Texas. One of the most unusual buildings in Houston, it is one of the three oldest extant theatres in the United States.

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location: Texas

date approved: 4/20/2013

last visited: 8/6/2012

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