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Palace of Fontainebleau
January 102014

In order to build the new Rome, in the Forest of Fontainebleau, the French King Francis I invited world renowned Italian artists in 16th century. With the Palace, the Park of Fontainebleau also flourished. In 1981, both were added to UNESCO World Heritage Site list.

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Dodger Stadium
December 202013

Built in 1962, Dodger Stadium, home to the Los Angeles Dodgers, is the 3rd oldest baseball stadium in United States. With 56K seat capacity, it’s also the largest baseball stadium in United States.

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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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Cologne Cathedral
January 122014

Located in North Rhine, the Cologne Cathedral is the single most visited landmark in Germany. It took more than 6 centuries to complete this beautiful structure. Due to its magnificent architecture and the consistency of the design for more than 6 centuries, the Cologne Cathedral was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1995.

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Bent Pyramid
January 92014

Learning from the mistakes made in Meidum Pyramid, the pharaoh Sneferu moved to a different design. The lower part of the pyramid has an angle of 54 degrees with the desert whereas the higher part has 43 degrees, giving it a “bent” shape.

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Giant Fingerprint
December 12013

The giant man from Brazil must have left a fingerprint in Hove UK. Though it is slowly being covered by trees.

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Great Barrier Reef
January 22014

Added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1981, the Great Barrier Reef is not only the largest coral reef collection in the world but also the largest structure formed by living organisms. It is also the home to the endangered marine turtles and dugongs as well as a breeding ground for humpback whales.

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AV Solar Ranch
May 102014

Built by First Solar, Antelope Valley Solar Ranch I is a 230 MW capacity solar farm located in California. With 3.7 million PV modules used in the project, Antelope Valley Solar Ranch I is expected to power 75K homes.

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Palace of Versailles
December 192013

This palace is not just an example of good architecture but also an important part of the French history. In 1789, the Royal family had to leave Palace of Versailles due to French Revolution. Palace of Versailles was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1979.

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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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Giant Ice Cream
December 42013

Someone must have dropped their giant ice cream cone on top of Neumarkt Galerie in Germany. Claes Oldenburg & Coosje Van Bruggen are the artists responsible for this.

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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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Aachen Cathedral
January 132014

One of the oldest cathedrals in the world, the construction of the Aachen Cathedral started in late 8th century by Charlemagne (Charles the Great). It is of great importance not only from historical but also from religious perspectives. Charlemagne gathered significant Christian relics in this cathedral, where he was also buried. In 1978, the Aachen Cathedral was added to UNESCO World Heritage Site list as the first entry from Germany.

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Buda Castle
January 152014

Constructed in 1265, the Buda Castle is one of the most important historical monuments in Budapest, Hungary. In 1987, when Budapest was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list, the Buda Castle was also a part of the entry.

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Brasilia
January 32014

Although not as famous as Rio de Janeiro, which is often confused as the capital of Brazil, Brasilia is the capital city. Due to its amazing architectures, Brasilia was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1987.

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Wembley Stadium
December 122013

With all 90,000 seats that can be covered, Wembley Stadium has the highest covered seat capacity in the world. From a total number of seats point of view, Wembley Stadium is the second largest stadium in Europe. The arch at its top has the reputation of being the longest roof structure that is not supported.

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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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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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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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Gardens of Babylon
December 42013

One of the original seven wonders of the World, Hanging Gardens of Babylon, or whatever is left of it, is located in today’s Iraq.

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