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PopQuizzical Daily! for April 23, 2013:

From 2560 BC until 1311 AD, what was the tallest man made structure in the world?

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The Library of Congress in the United States.

Not just housing books, the LIbrary of Congress encompasses four buildings – the most recent of which was built in 2007 and includes a movie theater with free bi-weekly screenings.  Kinda makes my Netflix account seem dull by comparison, but on the upside it doesn’t cost me $600 million dollars a year.  And I don’t have to wear pants in my home theater.  

Books? Yup, we’ve got ’em. There’s probably a Kindle around here somewhere too.

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