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Orange Roman Theater
January 102014

Located in southern France, what used to be called Arausio by the Romans, the Roman Theater of Orange is one of the best preserved Roman theaters in the world. Due to its amazing acoustics, the Roman Theater of Orange is still being used in local summer festival. The theater and the other Roman monuments in the area were added to UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1981.

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Jacksonville Solar
July 52014

Currently owned by PSEG Solar Source, Jacksonville Solar is a 15MW solar park located in Florida. It was designed and built by juwi solar Inc. with over 200K solar panels.

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Liberty Memorial
December 162013

Built in 1926 to honor the soldiers who lost their lives in World War I, Liberty Memorial is located in Kansas City, Missouri. It was added to the National Historic Landmark list in 2006.

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Arlington Valley Solar Energy II is a 125 MW capacity solar park located in Arizona. Similar to Arlington Valley Solar Energy I, the adjunct 125 MW capacity solar park, this facility is also owned by LS Power.

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City of Arts
December 192013

This beautiful structure is called the City of Arts and Sciences. It’s located in Valencia, Spain, and it hosts multiple buildings including Europe’s largest oceanographic aquarium, The Oceanographic.

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Castillo del Morro
January 82014

Designed by the famous architect Juan Bautista Antonelli, Castillo del Morro is a great example of integrating Renaissance architecture with military needs in the Caribbean during the colonial days. The castle was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1997 under its official name, San Pedro de la Roca Castle.

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Lakes of Ounianga
January 42014

What seems like a mirage here is the Lakes of Ounianga in the middle of the Sahara desert. It is a natural phenomenon and also an amazing view. This area was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 2012.

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Osmington White Horse
December 22013

This figure, Osmington White Horse, is of King George III. It was sculpted in 1808 in UK.

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Changling Tomb
January 62014

The first of the Imperial Tombs of the Ming and Qing Dynasties, Changling Tomb is also the largest tomb. It was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 2000.

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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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Pyramid of Cholula
December 112013

The largest pyramid outside of the old world, construction of Pyramid of Cholula started in 3rd century BC in today’s Mexico.

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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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Tower of Pisa
December 42013

The most famous unbalanced structure, Leaning Tower of Pisa, started tilting during its construction. It is now stabilized and it made it to UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites in 1987.

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Quanta Services built Alpaugh Solar Projects, which consists of Alpaugh 50 and Alpaugh North. Trina and Canadian Solar photovoltaic modules, over 325K, were used in Alpaugh 50 and Alpaugh North projects that have 50 MW and 20 MW capacity respectively.

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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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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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Band of Holes
December 92013

These are thousands of highly organized holes lined up for several miles in Peru. The origin of these holes is still unknown.

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Giant Shipwreck
December 22013

This Bolivian Ferry is not going anywhere. Perhaps the captain should have been a bit more careful!

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Zurita Poem
December 22013

One of the greatest poets from Chile, Raul Zurita, used a bulldozer to write ‘Ni Pena Ni Miedo’ (Without Pain Or Fear) in Atacama Desert during Pinochet’s dictatorship.

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MetLife Stadium
December 182013

With a price tag of $1.6 billion, MetLife Stadium in New Jersey is the most expensive stadium in the world. It’s home to the two National Football League teams that built it, New York Giants and New York Jets.

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