I'm so glad🎉 that my friend is studying at Stanford. I hope she has a fun time exploring the campus!
🅿️Tresidder Parking lot
📍 436 Mayfield Ave, Stanford, CA 94305
Parking is free on weekends and there are plenty of empty seats
🗿Papua New Guinea Sculpture Garden
At Stanford, in a charming garden are 40 statues. They were created by a group of Laotian artists in 1994, and took five months to complete. The statues depict humans and animals, with themes that represent the Laotian mythology and creativity. It's nice to see something so unique during a trip!
The São Paulo Cathedral is a famous landmark in São Paulo and one of the sites tourists must visit. It was designed by architect A. C. Schweitzer, who was one of São Paulo's founders; it's called the "Ruby of São Paulo" because it has an arch above its main entrance and a colonnade on either side which are pretty good photo opportunities. Unfortunately, the cathedral was closed when we visited so we missed it.📷
This is the school's highest building and was named after the thirteenth president of the United States, Benjamin Harrison. The first floor is open to the public and contains two exhibition rooms--one for Franklin D. Roosevelt and his wife Eleanor Roosevelt and one for Thomas Jefferson and his wife Martha Washington. The tower houses 48 clocks, each with a minute hand, which were given as a gift from Bethany College in West Virginia to Stanford University.🎁
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