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Danielle's Saved Places
Swope Park is one of Danielle's Saved Places.

1. Swope Park

Kansas City, MO
Park · 8 tips and reviews

US National ArchivesUS National Archives: Dive into Kansas City’s Civil Rights history at the Swope Park Pool. Records of this desegregation ruling can be found at the National Archives at Kansas City. Read more.

Biology Building East is one of Danielle's Saved Places.

2. Biology Building East

129 E Jefferson St, Iowa City, IA
College Science Building · 2 tips and reviews

The University of IowaThe University of Iowa: Get a rare glimpse at all of the plants on the roof of the Biology Building East!

Sheraton Madison Hotel is one of Danielle's Saved Places.

3. Sheraton Madison Hotel

706 John Nolen Dr (at Rimrock Rd.), Madison, WI
Hotel · 32 tips and reviews

Guest S.Guest Services: 'LIKE' us on Facebook for more specials, giveaways and great updates on whats going on in Madison!

4. UW Study Abroad

106 Red Gym (btwn N Park St & N Lake St on Langdon St), Madison, WI
College Administrative Building · 1 tip

UW-MadisonUW-Madison: Come to the UW "castle" as your first step to exploring castles ofthe world. 1300 students study abroad each year through IAP. Wherewill you go? Read more.

Park Street Church is one of Danielle's Saved Places.

5. Park Street Church

1 Park St (at Tremont St), Boston, MA
Church · Beacon Hill · 10 tips and reviews

HISTORYHISTORY: Built in 1809-1810, gunpowder was stored in the basement during the War of 1812 & Samuel Francis Smith’s hymn, America (“My Country ‘Tis of Thee“) was sung here for the first time in 1831

Harvard Johnston Gate is one of Danielle's Saved Places.

6. Harvard Johnston Gate

Harvard Yard, Cambridge, MA
College Quad · Mid-Cambridge · 7 tips and reviews

Harvard UniversityHarvard University: Pass through Johnston Gate, an 1889 Georgian Revival by McKim, Mead, & White. The gate is one of the most photographed locations on campus.