Examples of A Sense of History
The main essentials of a successful prime minister are sleep and a sense of history.
Those wood-and-brick spaces give a sense of history — and are cheaper to lease.
(The Vancouver Sun - Business, )
A sense of history looms over ‘The Forever Now,’ a painting exhibition opening at the Museum of Modern Art, even though none of the work on display is even 10 years old.
(The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle, )
A charming oasis of tranquillity and subtropical planting amid the chaos and construction din of Funchal’s port area, this former quinta (working farm) has been augmented with a modern hotel annexe, a swimming pool and numerous cottages but retains a sense of history.
(The Telegraph - Travel, )
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