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Liberty Memorial
December 162013

Built in 1926 to honor the soldiers who lost their lives in World War I, Liberty Memorial is located in Kansas City, Missouri. It was added to the National Historic Landmark list in 2006.

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Gulliver Park
December 142013

Depicting the moment Gulliver arrived and caught by the Lilliputians, the giant Gulliver Park in Valencia Spain allows the visitors to put themselves in Lilliputians’ shoes.

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Greater Blue Mountains
January 12014

Added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 2000, Greater Blue Mountains area spans amazing sites including the most famous rock formation in Australia, the Three Sisters.

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Catalina Solar
January 242014

Fully functional with a capacity of 143.2 MW, Catalina Solar was designed & built by EDF Renewable Energy who also owns & operates the solar park. The power produced in this site is purchased by San Diego Gas & Electric and it’s expected to power over 35,000 homes.

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Suomenlinna
January 112014

Originally called Sveaborg, Suomenlinna (Castle of Finland) is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Finland. Being one of the fine examples of European military architecture from 18th century, Suomenlinna was added to UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1991.

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You Yangs
December 112013

A group of granite ridges in Victoria, Australia, You Yangs are the home to the famous geoglyph, Bunjil the Eagle, that honors Australian Aboriginal mythology.

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Potala Palace
January 42014

Named after Mount Potalaka, the Potala Palace had been the residence of Dalai Lama for centuries until the 14th Dalai Lama fled to India during the uprising in 1959. It is now a museum and since 1994 it is a part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site list.

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Harold E. Holt
December 102013

Located in Australia, Naval Communication Station Harold E. Holt, the most powerful transmission station in the Southern Hemisphere, provides radio transmission to US Navy and RAN ships and submarines in the Pacific.

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Warsaw Palace
December 82013

Originally named Joseph Stalin Palace of Culture and Science, this building is the tallest structure in Poland. Currently it’s called Palace of Culture and Science only and it is 187th tallest structure in the world.

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Pentagon
December 132013

The headquarters of U.S. DoD (Department of Defense) in Virginia is not just in the shape of a pentagon, it is also called the Pentagon. The Pentagon is also listed in U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

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Airplane Graveyard
December 22013

If you happen to visit Tucson Arizona, you have to see this airplane graveyard. One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. What’s left here for scraps is still high tech for many countries.

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Sun Life Stadium
December 132013

Miami Dolphins change the name of this stadium time to time. As of 2010, based on a five year contract with Sun Life Financial, the stadium is called the Sun Life Stadium.

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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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Giant Saw
December 42013

A huge saw will welcome you, if you visit the Tokyo International Exhibition Center. It is one of the large scale sculptures Claes Oldenburg & Coosje Van Bruggen built all over the world.

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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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Agua Caliente Project
January 202014

The largest solar park as of today, Agua Caliente Project, was first started by NextLight Renewable Power. After acquiring NextLight Renewable Power, First Solar continued the construction. Once fully constructed, Agua Caliente Project will provide 290MW, enough to power more than 100,000 houses every year. NRG Energy and MidAmerican Renewables own this site that spans 2,400 acres and 5,200,000 modules.
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Built by SunEdison for Southern Power (Southern Company and Turner Renewable Energy), Adobe Solar Facility has a capacity of 20 MW. Over 80K SunEdison/MEMC photovoltaic modules were used in the project.

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City of Arts
December 192013

This beautiful structure is called the City of Arts and Sciences. It’s located in Valencia, Spain, and it hosts multiple buildings including Europe’s largest oceanographic aquarium, The Oceanographic.

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Newgrange
December 102013

Older than the Egyptian pyramids, Newgrange dates back to Neolithic period. In 1993, it made it to the UNESCO World Heritage List within Archaeological Ensemble of the Bend of the Boyne.

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Speyer Cathedral
January 132014

The largest remaining Romanesque church in the world, the Speyer Cathedral is also called the Cathedral of St. Mary and St. Stephen. Its influence in Romanesque architecture secured the Speyer Cathedral a spot in UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1981.

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