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Titan Missile Museum
December 132013

The only place in the world where visitors can see an intercontinental missile in person is the Titan Missile Museum in Arizona. The missile has no fuel or warhead, making it absolutely safe for visitors.

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Stonehenge
December 42013

An ancient burial ground, dating back to 3000 B.C., Stonehenge in UK is one of the most amazing sites on Earth. It made it to UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites in 1986.

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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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Chartres Cathedral
January 112014

Suspecting it to be a settlement for German troops, in World War II, American army was going to destroy the Chartres Cathedral. Colonel Welborn Barton Griffith Jr. saved the cathedral by going behind the enemy lines to confirm that it was not being used by the Germans. Colonel Griffith died in 1944 but his heroic action gave him a permanent spot in history. He was later awarded Distinguished Service Cross for his actions. The Chartres Cathedral, as of 1979, is a part of UNESCO World Heritage Site list.

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Wartburg Castle
January 122014

Besides being a well preserved castle from the feudal period, the Wartburg Castle is also where Martin Luther translated the new testament to German. It is because of these two reasons why the Wartburg Castle was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1999.

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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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Cloud Gate
December 102013

Inspired by liquid mercury, British artist Anish Kapoor designed Cloud Gate (also called The Bean) for AT&T Plaza in Chicago.

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Golden Gate Bridge
December 112013

Arguably the most famous bridge in the world, Golden Gate Bridge connects San Francisco to Marin County in California. It was built in 1937.

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CVSR
January 212014

Now a fully functional 250MW solar park, California Valley Solar Ranch (CVSR), was built by SunPower for the project owner NGR Solar. The footprint is limited to 1,500 acres and yet the solar park is able to power more than 100,000 homes a year.

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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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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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Main Square
December 152013

Krakow Poland has the largest medieval town square in Europe called Main Square. Built in 13th century, Main Square was added to UNESCO World Heritage Sites list in 1978.

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Gateway Arch
December 112013

World’s tallest arch, also the tallest man made monument in US, the Gateway Arch is a well known symbol of St. Louis.

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Exelon City Solar
July 52014

Exelon Power, a part of Exelon Corporation, owns and operates the Exelon City Solar facility. This is a 10MW solar park built by SunPower with over 32K solar panels in Chicago, Illinois.

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Central Taxi Hold
December 192013

This is a pretty interesting view of Central Taxi Hold, located in JFK airport. No matter when the Google Earth image is refreshed, hundreds of taxis will certainly show up in this view.

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Empire State Building
December 132013

Named after New York state aka Empire State, the Empire State Building is one of the most significant symbols of New York. Built in 1931, the Empire State Building is listed in U.S. National Register of Historic Places. It is also considered one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World by the American Society of Civil Engineers.

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A joint project between Florida Power & Light and NASA, the Space Coast Next Generation Solar Energy Center is located in Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The facility was built by SunPower with over 35K photovoltaic SunPower modules.

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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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Angel Stadium
December 92013

Also called The Big A, Angel Stadium of Anaheim is the home to Los Angeles Angels in California.

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Fenway Park
December 132013

Built in 1912 and home to world famous Boston Sox, Fenway Park is the oldest Major League Baseball stadium in the world that is still in use. It has hosted several significant events like World Series.

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