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Cape Lookout Lighthouse is located on Core Banks along Cape Lookout National Seashore near Beaufort, North Carolina, and was first activated in 1859. Replacing a smaller tower established in 1812, this conical brick lighthouse with its painted black-and-white diamond pattern exterior warned ships of the dangerous hidden shoals near the cape, which came to be known as Promontorium Tremendum, or "Horrible Headland." The lighthouse was automated in 1950. This stamp was issued in 2003.
La Torre Mayor de la Ciudad de México, es considerado junto con la US Bank Tower, Torre Pemex y Torre Latinoamericana, como uno de los rascacielos más resistentes del mundo, y el de más tolerancia sísmica a nivel mundial; teniendo un maximo de 9.0 en la escala de Richter. Para su construcción, Sika fue proveedor de Reductores de agua de alto rango-acelerante y reductor de agua-retardante para concreto .
U.S. Bank Tower, formerly Library Tower and First Interstate Bank World Center, is a 310.3 m (1,018 ft) skyscraper at 633 West Fifth Street in downtown Los Angeles, California. It is the tallest building in California, the tenth-tallest in the United States, the tallest west of the Mississippi River, and as of November 2010, the 55th tallest building in the world (Today ranked 62nd after Georgia's Bank of America Plaza (Atlanta)).