A boy rides his his bicycle past a recently discovered statue in a Cairo slum that may be of pharaoh Ramses II, in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, March 10, 2017.
Archeologists in Egypt have discovered a massive statue that may be of pharaoh Ramses II, one of the country's most famous ancient rulers.
The historic train depot was built in 1885 for the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. The building has been refurbished and today contains a small museum focused on the history of Clinton, Minnesota. The museum features antique furniture, household items and other historical artifacts.
There is also a research library on the premises where researchers can browse family files, photographs, and other historical documents. The historic site features the 1850s Omsrud-Torgrimson log cabin and an old fort site where Fort Hanaska stood in the 1800s to protect settlers from the Sioux Indians.
Also noted for an artifact assemblage suggesting ties to the north and the northern Great Plains.300-by-50-yard (274 by 46 m) rock outcrop bearing some 4,000 petroglyphs ranging from 7,000 to 250 years old, nominated as Minnesota's finest collection of precontact Native American rock art.
Now a public site managed by the Minnesota Historical Society.
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The expansion earned him the title "Ramses the Great." Ramses II ruled Egypt for 60 years — one of the longest stretches in ancient Egypt — and besides his military exploits is known for being a great builder whose image can be seen at a string of sites across the country.Twenty-two sites are also National Historic Landmarks.Also, the counts in this table exclude boundary increase and decrease listings which modify the area covered by an existing property or district and which carry a separate National Register reference number.The historic farmhouse was built in 1901 by Olof Swensson.The property includes a 22 room brick farm house, an 1890s barn, a grist mill and the family cemetery.