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Wyandot Solar Farm
July 52014

The largest solar park in Ohio, the Wyandot Solar Farm was designed and built by juwi solar with over 159K solar panels provided by First Solar. This 12MW facility generates enough energy to support 9,000 homes.

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Meteora
January 142014

It is hard to access to these monasteries in Thessaly, Greece, one wonders how the monks were able to build them. Meteora is a beautiful site composed of 6 monasteries. It was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1988.

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Statue of Liberty
December 72013

One of the most famous statues in the world, Statue of Liberty, was designed by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi and presented to US as a gift from France.

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Kronborg Castle
January 92014

This castle is not only one of the most important historical sites in Denmark but also a symbol in literature that will never be forgotten as it was the Elsinore in Shakespeare’s Hamlet. The Kronborg Castle was added to UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 2000.

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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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Sutro Tower
December 92013

Even though it helped with the television reception in San Francisco, residents of San Francisco never liked this tall structure. It is often called the Sutro Monster.

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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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Moscow Kremlin
December 192013

Although kremlin means fortress and there are several in Russia, Moscow Kremlin is often referred to as The Kremlin. This is where the Russian presidents reside. Built in 15th century, Moscow Kremlin was added to UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1990.

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Kastellet
December 152013

Built in 1662, Kastellet is a star shaped fortress in Copenhagen, Denmark. Arguably the best preserved fortress of its kind, Kastellet is still used by Danish military.

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Grand Palais
January 142014

If you happen to visit Paris, you have to see the Grand Palais (Great Palace). It’s a beautiful museum/exhibition complex with a bit of a history from World War II. It’s a miracle it stayed intact throughout the war.

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Navy Pier
December 102013

Chicago’s number one tourist attraction, Navy Pier is a huge entertainment site. It was built in 1916 for a total of $4.5 million.

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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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Giant Lipstick
December 42013

One of the large scale sculptures Claes Oldenburg & Coosje Van Bruggen built all over the world is this giant lipstick in Connecticut.

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Mercedes Benz Superdome
December 192013

Originally called the Louisiana Superdome, the Mercedes-Benz Superdome is home to the New Orleans Saints football team. Due to its proximity to touristic attractions, a lot of important events take place in this stadium.

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St. Michael’s Church
January 132014

Perhaps the most famous part of St. Michael’s Church is its bronze doors. They depict the events from the book of Genesis and the life of Christ. St. Michael’s Church, as well as the nearby St. Mary’s Cathedral in Hildesheim, Germany, were added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1985.

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Church of St Barbara
January 82014

Flourished thanks to the silver mines in the region, Kutná Hora in Czech Republic is home to many distinct architectures including Church of St Barbara. It was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1995.

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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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Eden Project
December 192013

Located in Cornwall, UK, the Eden Project is a huge greenhouse complex consisting of two giant domes that host thousands of different plants. It was opened to public in 2001.

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Macquarie Island
January 12014

Home to the whole Royal Penguin population in the world, Macquarie Island is the only spot where rocks from earth’s mantle are continuously exposed above sea-level. Macquarie Island was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1997.

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Ramesseum
January 92014

The mortuary temple of one of the greatest pharaohs in history, Ramesses II (Ramesses the Great), the Ramesseum is located in today’s Luxor in Egypt. The Ramesseum was added to UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1979.

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