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Great Wall of China
December 42013

Built to fend off Hun & Mongolian invasions, the Great Wall of China was the only human made structure that was visible from space until Google Earth came to our lives.

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Longest Pier
December 142013

The pier in the city of Progreso in Mexican state of Yucatan is currently the longest pier in the world. Built in 1942, the pier is 4 miles (6.5 km) long.

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Blue Wing Solar
July 52014

Designed and built by juwi solar Inc., the Blue Wing Solar is a 16.1MW solar park located in San Antonio Texas. Over 214,500 solar panels were used in the construction of this facility and the electricity produced here is purchased by CPS Energy.

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One of the original seven wonders of the World, Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, or whatever is left of it, is located in today’s Bodrum Turkey.

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Grand Place
January 22014

The single most important touristic site and the most well known area in Brussels, the Grand Place was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1998.

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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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Wisconsin State Capitol
December 182013

This beautiful structure is the Wisconsin State Capitol. Located in Madison, Wisconsin State Capitol was built in 1917. It is now a part of the prestigious U.S. National Historic Landmark list.

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Maiden Tower
January 22014

Not to be confused with the Maiden Tower in Istanbul, Turkey, the Maiden Tower in Baku, Azerbaijan, was built in 12th century. It was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 2000. Later in 2003, it was also added to the endangered sites list and removed in 2009 after the necessary steps to preserve the site were taken.

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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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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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Unisphere
December 132013

The largest globe in the world, Unisphere, was designed by Gilmore D. Clarke. This famous globe sits in Queens New York and many producers included it in their movie scenes.

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Chaco Canyon
December 112013

A center and sacred ground for the Ancient Pueblo Peoples between 10th-12th centuries, Chaco Canyon was added to UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1987.

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Warsaw Palace
December 82013

Originally named Joseph Stalin Palace of Culture and Science, this building is the tallest structure in Poland. Currently it’s called Palace of Culture and Science only and it is 187th tallest structure in the world.

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Mir Castle Complex
January 22014

The construction of this structure, Mir Castle, started at the end of 15th century. It was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 2000 under the name Mir Castle Complex.

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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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Aqueduct of Segovia
December 102013

Built by the order of Emperor Domitian in the 1st century, Aqueduct of Segovia is one of the most significant & preserved Roman structure in Spain.

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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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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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Parked Jet-Fighter
December 12013

French economy must be doing exceptionally well. People are now leaving jet-fighters in parking lots.

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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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