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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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Delicate Arch
December 92013

The formations on top of the salt bed here in Utah over the years resulted in unusual arches. Delicate Arch, also known as The Chaps, is the most famous one.

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Mount Wutai
January 52014

The first selected of the Four Sacred Mountains, the Mount Wutai is home to about 70 monasteries including Foguang Temple, Shuxiang Temple, and Nanshan Temple. Mount Wutai and these monasteries were added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 2009.

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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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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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Roskilde Cathedral
January 102014

The reason why this cathedral is so big is because they kept extending it as it has been the burial ground for royal Danish family since 15th century. What’s so unique about this cathedral is it’s brick structure. This was the first Gothic cathedral built of brick and it was a model for the following cathedral designs. That is the main reason why Roskilde Cathedral was added to UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1995.

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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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Galapagos Islands
December 112013

An important part of Charles Darwin’s studies that led to Darwin’s Theory were conducted at Galapagos Islands. UNESCO added the islands to the World Heritage Site in 1978.

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Augustusburg Castle
January 132014

Located in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, the Augustusburg Castle is one of the oldest Rococo architecture examples. The Augustusburg Castle, as well as the nearby Falkenlust Castle were added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1984.

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Wartburg Castle
January 122014

Besides being a well preserved castle from the feudal period, the Wartburg Castle is also where Martin Luther translated the new testament to German. It is because of these two reasons why the Wartburg Castle was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1999.

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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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Place Stanislas
January 122014

Surrounded by extremely talented artists, the Duke of Lorraine, Stanisław Leszczyński, constructed this beautiful square between 1752 & 1755. The Place Stanislas, as well as the nearby Place de la Carrière and Place d’Alliance were added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1983.

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Mukden Palace
January 52014

Home to the Qing Dynasty for tree generation of emperors, Mukden Palace is now a museum in the middle of Shenyang city in China. Also called Shenyang Imperial Palace, the Mukden Palace was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 2004.

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Pier 39
December 142013

The most interesting thing in this San Francisco location is the sea lions that call it home. Although their numbers fluctuate based on the season, there is always a great chance to see some at the docks.

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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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Hagia Sophia
December 42013

A holy site for Greek Orthodox religion, Hagia Sophia served as a church, palace, mosque, and museum since it was built in year 537.

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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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CN Tower
December 192013

The tallest free standing structure in western hemisphere, the 5th tallest in the world, CN Tower in Toronto Canada was built in 1976. A famous symbol of Canada, the CN Tower receives over two million visitors every year. It is also considered as one of the modern Seven Wonders of the World by the American Society of Civil Engineers.

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Eye of Africa
December 42013

An ex-French colony, Mauritania, in Africa has this circular natural formation that many call “The Eye of Africa”. Even though there is no public transportation available, there is still a hotel for visitors.

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Catalina Solar
January 242014

Fully functional with a capacity of 143.2 MW, Catalina Solar was designed & built by EDF Renewable Energy who also owns & operates the solar park. The power produced in this site is purchased by San Diego Gas & Electric and it’s expected to power over 35,000 homes.

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