Image Ramses II The Colossus statue of Ramses II stood in front of a pylone of the temple of Ptah. Two statues were found there. Each statue of Ramses II was 12 m high. The ... Curriculum: History/Social Science
The Pyramids of Giza are the only one of the seven wonders of the world identified by the Ancient Greeks in the 2nd century th...
Curriculum: History/Social Science
Image Mohammad Ali Pasha Mosque in the Citadel This mosque was built in 1830. It was designed by the Greek architect Youssef Bochna and is modeled on Hagia Sophia in Istanbul. The central dome is 21 m in ... Curriculum: History/Social Science
Image Inside the Rhomboidal Pyramid of Snefru Looking... To enter the pyramid you must climb up the steps on the side of the pyramid. The entrance tunnel is about 4 ft high and slopes fairly steeply downward. Stand... Curriculum: History/Social Science, Mathematics
Image Alabaster Sphinx of Amenophis II This is the largest estant sphinx carved by a single block. It is 4.5 m high and 8 m long. It was found at the entrance to the Temple of Ptah.
Image Corinth A high outcropping of rock above
the ancient city of Corinth in Greece. The location of this city protected by the rocks was strategic in defending the ci... Curriculum: History/Social Science
Image Cable Car Cable car inside Ocean Park, Hong Kong. Ocean Park is a marine theme park and popular tourist attraction.
(Keywords: entertainment, transportation)
Image Merlion - Singapore The Merlion is a mythical half lion, half fish beast conjured up by Singapore's tourism board.
(Keywords: mythology, statue)
Image Esplanade - Singapore Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay is a performing arts center in Singapore. It is also known as "The Durian" because of it's exterior structure resembling a d...
"The eMINTS National Center staff and teachers have let us know how much they value the coaching and peer collaboration available on My eCoach Online. They particularly enjoy the convenience of posting activities online aligning them with NETS and the Missouri Show-Me Standards."