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Desert Dome
December 112013

Nebraska’s number one tourist attraction, Henry Doorly Zoo includes this interesting structure, Desert Dome, which is not only the largest indoor desert but also the largest glazed geodesic dome in the world.

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Venetian Pool
December 112013

Built in 1924 by transforming an abandoned rock quarry, Venetian Pool in Florida is now listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

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Tower of Hercules
December 162013

Believed to have been built before 2nd century, Tower of Hercules in Spain is the oldest Roman lighthouse still operational.It was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 2009.

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Safeco Field
December 152013

Home to the Major League Baseball team Seattle Mariners, Safeco Field has a unique retractable roof that only covers the field & the stands.

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Built by SunEdison for Southern Power (Southern Company and Turner Renewable Energy), Adobe Solar Facility has a capacity of 20 MW. Over 80K SunEdison/MEMC photovoltaic modules were used in the project.

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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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Itaipu Dam
December 152013

A joint project between Paraguay & Brazil, the Itaipu Dam produces the largest amount of energy among hydroelectric facilities in the world. The dam supplies 19% and 90% of the electricity Paraguay and Brazil use respectively.

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Simien National Park
January 82014

The only place where Walia ibex, an endangered goat, can be found is the Simien National Park in Ethiopia. The good news is that the area was added to UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1978. The bad news is that the area also has been in the List of World Heritage in Danger since 1996.

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Museum of History
December 192013

Originally called the Canadian Museum of Civilization, this magnificent structure is located in Quebec. It was opened in 1856, which makes it one of the oldest institutions in Canada.

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Pyramid of Djoser
January 92014

Also called the Step Pyramid, Pyramid of Djoser is the first/oldest Egyptian pyramid. It was built in 27th century BC for pharaoh Djoser. It is worth mentioning that the pharaoh’s real name was Netjerykhet and the name Djoser was given him during the New Kingdom of Egypt era.

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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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Chinese Armadillo
December 42013

This is a railway station in Beijing China, one of the largest in Asia, and it looks just like the back of an armadillo from space.

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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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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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Agua Caliente Project
January 202014

The largest solar park as of today, Agua Caliente Project, was first started by NextLight Renewable Power. After acquiring NextLight Renewable Power, First Solar continued the construction. Once fully constructed, Agua Caliente Project will provide 290MW, enough to power more than 100,000 houses every year. NRG Energy and MidAmerican Renewables own this site that spans 2,400 acres and 5,200,000 modules.
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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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Citadelle Laferrière
January 152014

Build to fend of the French invaders, the Citadelle Laferrière is now the most significant icon of Haiti. This grand fortress, the largest in Americas, was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1982.

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Largest Pool
December 152013

A resort in Chile, San Alfonso del Mar, holds the record for the largest swimming pool in the world. The bad news is that it costs about $4 million a year to keep it sparkly.

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Mont Saint-Michel
January 112014

Once surrounded by dry land, the Mont Saint-Michel became an island with the increase in sea level. This phenomenal site might look familiar to Lord of the Rings fans as it was the inspiration for Minas Tirith. In 1979, Mont Saint-Michel was added to UNESCO World Heritage Site list.

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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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    Desert Dome

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    Venetian Pool

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    Tower of Hercules

    World Heritage Site

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    Safeco Field

    Famous Stadiums

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  • Adobe Solar Facility

    Adobe Solar Facility

    Large Solar Parks

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  • Greater Blue Mountains

    Greater Blue Mountains

    World Heritage Site

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  • Itaipu Dam

    Itaipu Dam

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  • Simien National Park

    Simien National Park

    World Heritage Site

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  • Museum of History

    Museum of History

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  • Pyramid of Djoser

    Pyramid of Djoser

    Historical Sites

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  • Orange Roman Theater

    Orange Roman Theater

    World Heritage Site

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  • Chinese Armadillo

    Chinese Armadillo

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  • Wembley Stadium

    Wembley Stadium

    Famous Stadiums

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  • Brasilia

    Brasilia

    World Heritage Site

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  • Agua Caliente Project

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    Large Solar Parks

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  • Giant Crocodile

    Giant Crocodile

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  • Citadelle Laferrière

    Citadelle Laferrière

    World Heritage Site

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  • Largest Pool

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  • Mont Saint-Michel

    Mont Saint-Michel

    World Heritage Site

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    Cloud Gate

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