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Camp Nou
December 132013

Camp Nou, mostly called Nou Camp in English, is the largest stadium in Europe. As famous as the stadium is its owner, F.C Barcelona, one of the strongest soccer clubs in the world.

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Blythe Power Plant
July 42014

When it was built in 2009, Blythe Power Plant was the largest solar energy project in California. This 21MW power plant, enough to power 17K homes, was built and is operated by First Solar.

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Marin Civic Center
December 182013

This amazing building is the Marin Civic Center in San Rafael, California. It was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and it is a part of the prestigious U.S. National Historic Landmark list. Parts of the building inspired the some structures in Naboo, a planet in famous Star Wars series.

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Spiral Jetty
December 172013

Built in 1970 by Robert Smithson, Spiral Jetty is located north east of Great Salt Lake, Utah. Based on the water level in the lake, the sculptor is sometimes visible and sometimes submerged.

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Somapura Mahavira
January 32014

Also called the Great Monastery, Somapura Mahavira was a known intellectual center for a thousand years between 7th and 17th centuries. It is one of the most important archaeological sites in Bangladesh and it was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1985.

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Acropolis of Athens
January 142014

Arguably the best place to visit to see the ancient Greek architecture, with world renowned monuments, is the Acropolis of Athens. The famous Parthenon, Erechtheon, and Propylaea are all located here. The Acropolis of Athens was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1987.

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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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Giant Crocodile
December 132013

This giant crocodile is actually a hotel in Australia called Gagudju Crocodile Holiday Inn. It is in the middle of the Kakadu National Park that was added to UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1992.

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Euromast
December 192013

Built in 1960 as an observation tower, Euromast is now the tallest structure in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Even though it lost the title sometime after its construction, Euromast regained it in 1970 with the addition of the Space Tower at the top.

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Augustusburg Castle
January 132014

Located in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, the Augustusburg Castle is one of the oldest Rococo architecture examples. The Augustusburg Castle, as well as the nearby Falkenlust Castle were added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1984.

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Giant Propeller
December 192013

This giant propeller is the base of Battle of Britain Memorial near Capel-le-Ferne UK. It was built with a seated pilot statue at the center to honor the pilots who flew during the Battle of Britain against Nazi Germany.

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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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Watts Towers
December 192013

Built by an Italian immigrant, Sabato Rodia, between 1921 & 1954, Watts Towers are composed of 17 structures in Los Angeles California. Almost demolished by the city in 1959, the Watts Towers were saved by Nicholas King and William Cartwright. They are now part of the prestigious U.S. National Historic Landmark list.

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Notre Dame Cathedral
December 192013

Arguably the most famous cathedral in the world, certainly one of the largest, Notre Dame Cathedral is part of the prestigious Monument Historique list in France. The construction of the church started around 1163 and it took almost two hundred years to complete.

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Bronco Stadium
December 192013

In 1986, the athletic director of Boise State University at the time, Gene Bleymaier, decided to lay a blue turf to give a distinctive look to their football field. It certainly did by being the first non-green football field in the world.

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Nellis Solar Array
May 112014

When it was built in 2007, Nellis Solar Array was the largest solar park in United States. Built by SunPower for MMA Renewable Ventures, the power produced in this facility is purchased by Nellis Air Force Base. Nellis Solar Array has a 14 MW capacity.

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Sydney Opera House
December 182013

The singe most distinctive symbol of Sydney Australia, the Sydney Opera House, was built in 1973 and it hosts over 1500 performances annually. It was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 2007.

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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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Tower of Hercules
December 162013

Believed to have been built before 2nd century, Tower of Hercules in Spain is the oldest Roman lighthouse still operational.It was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 2009.

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Roskilde Cathedral
January 102014

The reason why this cathedral is so big is because they kept extending it as it has been the burial ground for royal Danish family since 15th century. What’s so unique about this cathedral is it’s brick structure. This was the first Gothic cathedral built of brick and it was a model for the following cathedral designs. That is the main reason why Roskilde Cathedral was added to UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1995.

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