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Kromeriz Gardens
January 82014

This phenomenal site is the Kromeriz Gardens in Czech Republic. It played a great role in the design of Baroque gardens. As a result, Kromeriz Gardens was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1998.

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Reims Cathedral
January 142014

This is not just a cathedral with an amazing architecture, it is also where the Kings of France received their crowns. With the nearby Tau Palace, where the Kings waited for the ceremonies at the cathedral, the Reims Cathedral received a spot in the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1991.

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Fernando de Noronha
January 32014

Home to the only Insular Atlantic Forest in the world, Fernando de Noronha hosts more than 400 vascular plant species. It was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 2001.

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London Eye
December 112013

Perhaps the most famous Ferris wheel in the world, the London Eye, aka the Millennium Wheel, attracts more visitors than any other site in UK. It was the largest Ferris Wheel in the world between 1999 & 2006.

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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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Great Court
December 102013

This mesmerizing texture is the glass roof, designed by Buro Happold, of the Great Court in British Museum.

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Shark Bay
January 12014

Located in Western Australia, Shark Bay hosts the largest & richest sea-grass beds in the world. It is also home to five endangered species; Banded Hare Wallaby, Burrowing Bettong, Rufous Hare Wallaby, Shark Bay Mouse and Western Barred Bandicoot. Shark Bay was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1991.

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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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Uluru
January 22014

This beautiful natural landmark is the Uluru, aka Ayers Rock, a sacred ground for Anangu people in Australia. The area was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1987.

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Guitar Mansion
December 22013

Funny thing, the owner of this guitar shaped mansion is not a musician. It is Larry House, the former CEO of MedPartners.

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Luxor Temple
January 92014

Dedicated to Amun (later called Amun-Ra after integration with the God of Sun, Ra), Mut, and Khonsu; the Luxor Temple is one of the most significant archaeological sites in Egypt. Located in what was known as the ancient city of Thebes, Luxor Temple was added to UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1979.

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Space Needle
December 162013

One of the tallest structures in the North West, Space Needle is considered to be a symbol of Seattle. Looking over the city and the surroundings, the view from Space Needle is amazing.

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Korpedje Fire
December 42013

This pool of burning oil is at Korpedje Turkmenistan and, apparently, it has been burning since 2002.

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Artesina Rabbit
December 22013

This huge bunny, called Artesina Rabbit, was built by a group of artists in Artesina Italy. That is the cutest bunny!

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Chaco Canyon
December 112013

A center and sacred ground for the Ancient Pueblo Peoples between 10th-12th centuries, Chaco Canyon was added to UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1987.

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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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Brandenburg Gate
December 102013

Initially built as a sign of peace, Brandenburg Gate was isolated during cold war era. It is now the symbol of peace & unity in Europe.

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Timgad
December 202013

Founded in 2nd century, Timgad was a Roman town in today’s Algeria. The most interesting fact about this historical site is that after going through multiple invasions & abandonment, the city was covered with sand from Sahara for a thousand years. Sahara is considered the main reason why this historical site was preserved so well. Timgad was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1982.

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Oosterscheldekering
December 102013

The largest storm surge barrier in the World, Oosterscheldekering, is also praised by the American Society of Civil Engineers as one of the modern Seven Wonders of the World.

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Lighthouse of Alexandria
December 42013

One of the original seven wonders of the World, Lighthouse of Alexandria, or whatever is left of it, is located in today’s Egypt.

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