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#2 Harvey Mudd College |||| Claremont, Calif. 
Private liberal arts college specializing in math, science and engineering
Total cost: $61,660
Tuition & fees: $46,509 #8 Claremont McKenna |||| Claremont, Calif. 
Private liberal arts college
Total cost: $60,010
Tuition & fees: $45,625 #1 Sarah Lawrence College |||| Bronxville, N.Y. 
Private liberal arts college
Total cost: $63,200
Tuition & fees: $48,696 #7 University of Chicago |||| Chicago, Ill. 
Private research university
Total cost: $60,040
Tuition & fees: $46,387 #3 New York University |||| New York, N.Y. 
Private research university
Total cost: $61,467
Tuition & fees: $44,845 #5 Dartmouth College |||| Hanover, N.H. 
Private Ivy League, liberal arts university
Total cost: $60,198
Tuition & fees: $46,752 #10 Trinity College |||| Private liberal arts college 
Hartford, Conn.
Total cost: $59,860
Tuition & fees: $47,560 #9 Bard College |||| Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y. 
Private liberal arts college
Total cost: $59,872
Tuition & fees: $46,370 #6 Wesleyan University |||| Middletown, Conn. 
Private liberal arts university
Total cost: $60,184
Tuition & fees: $47,244
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#5 Tokyo Skytree observation decks (Japan) |||| The Tokyo Skytree is the world's third-tallest structure, with a height of 2,080 feet (634 meters), and has Japan's two highest observation decks. The lower one is located at 1,148 feet (350 meters). The upper one, which has floor-to-ceiling windows and 360-degree views of the city, is perched at 1,476 feet (450 meters). snowflakes--_-10-best-Scandinavian-Christmas-decorations-_-The-Relaxed-Home #7 The View from The Shard (England) |||| The Shard in London is the tallest building in Western Europe. The View From The Shard is located on floors 68, 69 and 72. The best panoramas are from floor 72, at a height of 800 feet (244 meters). This open-air observation deck offers 360-degree views of the city. #7 Canyons |||| Utah's Bryce Canyon (pictured) is the closest you can get to another planet without tickets on Virgin Galactic. Then there's Black Canyon of the Gunnison (Colorado), Palo Duro Canyon (Texas), Canyon de Chelly (Arizona), Sequioa and Kings Canyon (California), Waimea Canyon (Hawaii) and hundreds more to round out a list so deep and wide that it makes the U.S. the hands-down winner in this category even without mentioning the Grandest one of them all. Interesting buildings (53 photos) - Izismile.com Snowflake by WanderingLydia, via Flickr #5 Charleston, South Carolina (tied) |||| This southern U.S. city tied for fifth spot on the global rankings, but was named the top U.S. city for its "sand, sun, history, good food and friendly people." #3 Golden Terraces (Zlote Tarasy) (Poland) |||| Golden Terraces is a complex of buildings and is part of Warsaw's most expensive real estate project to date. The shopping center has a glass roof that consists of 4,700 separate glass elements and extends in the form of a wave over the complex. Architect: The Jerde Partnership #9 The Ledge (United States) |||| Visitors who step into one of the Ledge boxes in Chicago can see for 50 miles across four states. Six million people have ventured into the boxes since 2009, 500 people have proposed in them and visitors can now even get married in them.
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