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Saint-Exupery TGV
December 142013

Due to being too close to the airport, the Lyon railway station Saint-Exupery TGV is not used much. However, the design of the structure, by Santiago Calatrava, is breath taking.

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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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Stone Mountain
December 82013

Although an amazing geological formation, Stone Mountain in Georgia US is inaccurately called the largest piece of granite in the world by some. It is, however, indeed the host of the largest bas-relief in the world which depicts three main figures of the Confederate States of America.

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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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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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Guggenheim Museum
December 142013

Designed by Frank Gehry, Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is an art museum in Bilbao spain. In 2010, World Architecture Survey results showed that the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao was one of the most admired by the experts.

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Big Ben
December 112013

Even though its official name is the Elizabeth Tower, this famous clock tower is mostly referred to as the Big Ben. It was built in 1858 and it currently holds the largest 4-face chiming clock in the world.

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Oosterscheldekering
December 102013

The largest storm surge barrier in the World, Oosterscheldekering, is also praised by the American Society of Civil Engineers as one of the modern Seven Wonders of the World.

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Louvre Museum
December 172013

Also called The Louvre, Louvre Museum is the most visited museum in the world. It hosts about 35K pieces from all over the world, including Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece, Mona Lisa.

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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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Getty Center
December 192013

Founded by J. Paul Getty, the Getty Center hosts a number of interesting buildings including the Getty Museum which receives over a million visitors a year. Built with fire & earthquake concerns in mind, the Getty Center architecture is amazing.

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Largest Coke Logo
December 12013

The second best thing to recycling coca-cola bottles is creating the world’s largest coca-cola logo. Chileans must really love coke but who does not…

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Florence Cathedral
December 112013

Built by 1436, Florence Cathedral is a part of the historic centre of Florence that was added to UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1982. The cathedral has the largest brick dome in the world.

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Fernando de Noronha
January 32014

Home to the only Insular Atlantic Forest in the world, Fernando de Noronha hosts more than 400 vascular plant species. It was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 2001.

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Arles Amphitheatre
January 102014

One of the greatest Roman amphitheatres, the Arles Amphitheatre, was built in first century AD. It could host over 20 thousand visitors. In 1981, the Roman Monuments in Arles, including the Arles Amphitheatre, were added to UNESCO World Heritage Site list.

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Lincoln Memorial
December 162013

Even though its enormous Greek temple style architecture was criticized by some due to Abraham Lincoln’s humble personality, Lincoln Memorial is now a huge tourist attraction in Washington DC. Famous speeches given in this location, i.e. the speech by Martin Luther King with the unforgettable “I Have a Dream” phrase, also increase the interest to the memorial.

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Gate of Europe
December 152013

Also called the KIO Towers, the Gate of Europe are the second tallest twin skyscrapers in Spain. More importantly, they are the first inclined skyscrapers in the world.

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Schönbrunn Palace
January 22014

This beautiful palace in Vienna, Schönbrunn Palace, is one of the most important tourist attractions as well as one of the most important historical sites in Austria. With its magnificent gardens, it was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1996 as Palace and Gardens of Schönbrunn.

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Apex Solar Facility
May 132014

Built, operated, and maintained by SunEdison; Apex Solar Facility is a 20 MW solar park located in Nevada owned by Southern Company and Turner Renewable Energy. Trina Solar provided 88K photovoltaic modules for this project.

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Pyramid of Giza
December 42013

One of the original seven wonders of the World, Great Pyramid of Giza, is located in today’s Egypt.

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