The launching of the convertibility regime was a landmark in the 1990s in Argentina.
Towering over Potato Market, it has engrained itself into the psyche of the town and has become a recognised landmark .
Historians consider the Louisiana Purchase to be a landmark event or turning point in American history.
But equally important to the landmark leaps of knowledge is the continuous assessment of current knowledge.
Just over the Yorkshire border, Stoodley Pike is a prominent landmark overlooking the textile towns of Calderdale.
the vaccine is a landmark in the history of preventive medicine
But I know that it will be an important landmark in film history, whether it all comes together or not.
The Waldheim affair was a major landmark in the way Austrians considered their past.
It was a landmark in protests in Britain and throughout the world, and was the beginning of Britain being seen as one of the centres of the anti-war movement internationally.
It's a terrific theatrical experience and remains a landmark in modern Handel productions.