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Largest Coke Logo
December 12013

The second best thing to recycling coca-cola bottles is creating the world’s largest coca-cola logo. Chileans must really love coke but who does not…

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Palace of Versailles
December 192013

This palace is not just an example of good architecture but also an important part of the French history. In 1789, the Royal family had to leave Palace of Versailles due to French Revolution. Palace of Versailles was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1979.

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Suisun Bay
December 182013

After World War II, in order to be better prepared for future threats, United States started to keep reserve fleets in certain ports including Suisun Bay, California. The resolution in these pictures is pretty high.

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Apex Solar Facility
May 132014

Built, operated, and maintained by SunEdison; Apex Solar Facility is a 20 MW solar park located in Nevada owned by Southern Company and Turner Renewable Energy. Trina Solar provided 88K photovoltaic modules for this project.

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Delicate Arch
December 92013

The formations on top of the salt bed here in Utah over the years resulted in unusual arches. Delicate Arch, also known as The Chaps, is the most famous one.

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Largest Science Museum
December 102013

The largest science museum in the Western Hemisphere, Museum of Science and Industry (MSI) is located in Chicago.

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Pier 39
December 142013

The most interesting thing in this San Francisco location is the sea lions that call it home. Although their numbers fluctuate based on the season, there is always a great chance to see some at the docks.

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Pingualuit Crater
December 112013

One of the deepest lakes in N. America with some of the purest fresh water in the world, Pingualuit Lake fills the Pingualuit Crater in Quebec, Canada.

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Karnak
January 92014

The largest religious site from ancient times, Karnak, is one of the most important tourist attractions in Egypt. It is a symbol of the ancient city of Thebes in Egypt. Also called the Karnak Temple Complex, Karnak was added to UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1979.

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Meteor Crater
December 192013

Also known as the Barringer Crater, this is the first crater proven to be a result of a meteorite impact. Discovered in 19th century and originally called the Canyon Diablo Crater, Meteor Crater was added to the U.S. National Natural Landmark in 1967.

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Machu Picchu
December 172013

Built in 15th century for Inca emperor Pachacuti, Machu Picchu was abandoned during Spanish invasion. Often called the Lost City of the Incas, Machu Picchu was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1983.

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Jacksonville Solar
July 52014

Currently owned by PSEG Solar Source, Jacksonville Solar is a 15MW solar park located in Florida. It was designed and built by juwi solar Inc. with over 200K solar panels.

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Kew Gardens
December 132013

Added to UNESCO World Heritage Sites list in 2003, the Kew Gardens hosts the largest living plant collection in the world. It is not only a tourist attraction but also a world renowned research & education center.

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A 19MW solar park in Colorado, Greater Sandhill Plant was completed in December 2010. Built by SunPower, it was the largest solar park in Colorado at that time, creating enough power to support 6700 homes.

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Campo Verde Solar
January 252014

Built & operated by First Solar, the Campo Verde Solar facility has a capacity of 139 MW. Southern Power and Turner Renewable Energy owns the solar park and the produced power is sold to San Diego Gas & Electric Company under a 20-year agreement. Campo Verde Solar facility is expected to power 48,000 homes.

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Place Stanislas
January 122014

Surrounded by extremely talented artists, the Duke of Lorraine, Stanisław Leszczyński, constructed this beautiful square between 1752 & 1755. The Place Stanislas, as well as the nearby Place de la Carrière and Place d’Alliance were added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1983.

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Stoclet House
January 22014

Constructed between 1905 & 1911 in Brussels, the Stoclet House is still occupied by Stoclet family. It was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 2009, though it’s not open to visitors.

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Alcatraz Island
December 82013

Famous for the former prison it hosted, Alcatraz Island is now open to visitors and managed by National Park Service as part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.

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Forbidden City
December 42013

Now a museum, the Imperial Palace, aka Forbidden City, sits at the center of Beijing, China. It looks amazing even from the space.

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AV Solar Ranch
May 102014

Built by First Solar, Antelope Valley Solar Ranch I is a 230 MW capacity solar farm located in California. With 3.7 million PV modules used in the project, Antelope Valley Solar Ranch I is expected to power 75K homes.

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