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madinat al-zahra ruins. cordoba

Published 5 months ago by luis davilla

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madinat al-zahra ruins. cordoba

Guezelyurt, Cappadocia, Turkey

Published 5 months ago by Heiner Straesser - derPanoramafotograf.com

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The name oft the village Güzelyurt means  "nice homeland". Until 1923, when all the Christians had to leave Anatolia, the village was hom<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/guezelyurt-cappadocia-turkey">...(more)</a>

Stafford Castle Interior

Published 5 months ago by Jack Edgerton

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The interior of Stafford Castle, taken on a bright &amp; sunny March weekend.

Baconsthorpe Castle

Published 5 months ago by Pawel Rozenek

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More amazing panoramas on my website: http://www.rozenek.com Baconsthorpe Castle is a fortified manor house, now a ruin, to the north of t<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/baconsthorpe-castle-england">...(more)</a>

Sunrise And Mayan Ruins At Sirenis

Published 5 months ago by Sergey Rusanov

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The sun rises over the sea and illuminates the ancient Mayan ruins. Deserted beach and limestone boulders - fossils coral reef - greet winter dawn over the Yucatan.

madinat al-zahra arab ruins in cordoba

Published 5 months ago by luis davilla

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madinat al-zahra arab ruins in cordoba

madinat al-zahra arab ruins in cordoba

Published 5 months ago by luis davilla

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madinat al-zahra arab ruins in cordoba

El Rey Ruinas Mayas en Cancun

Published 5 months ago by Carlos Esparza Ramón

Due to lack of glyphic inscriptions is unknown what the pre-Hispanic name of El Rey "The King", settlement located in the southern part <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/el-rey-ruinas-mayas-en-cancun">...(more)</a>

Tikal: Temple 6, The Temple of the Inscriptions

Published 5 months ago by Joe Griffin

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Located a fair distance from the center of Tikal, Temple 6 is fantastic off by itself. We saw four monkeys hanging out in the trees across on the other side of the pyramid. Super cool.

Tikal: the Plaza of the Seven Temples

Published 5 months ago by Joe Griffin

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One of my favorite parts of Tikal- the Plaza of the Seven Temples.

Tikal: the Mundo Perdido (a.k.a. the Lost World)

Published 5 months ago by Joe Griffin

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A view of two pyramids and an unexcavated structure in the Mundo Perdido area at Tikal.

Freudenberg flagged for Carnival 2014

Published 5 months ago by Ackermann Ralf

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On the romantic part of the Main River you will find the small town of “Freudenberg”. Surrounded by the forests of the “<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/freudenberg-flagged-for-carnival-2014-bavaria">...(more)</a>

Yesilyurt (Mancusun), Cappadocia, Turkey

Published 5 months ago by Heiner Straesser - derPanoramafotograf.com

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Small road between the old stone buildings of Yeşilyurt (Mancusun).

Old Guardhouse Melounas Ridge Tyrnavos Greece

Published 5 months ago by Vasilis Triantafyllou

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This is one of the old frontier stations that operated until the liberation from the Turks 1912-13 on Mount Loutomi on the Ridge of Melouna near the Tyrnavos Town.

Borgholm Castle by night

Published 5 months ago by Jörgen Tannerstedt

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Picture taken on the plains just outside ruins of Borgholm Castle. 

Stela D and altar at Copan-- made famous by Fredrick Catherwood

Published 5 months ago by Joe Griffin

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Fans of John L. Stephens books and Catherwood's art will immediately recognize this view. Puts an engraving in context (Stela D and the altar in front of it)!

High up in Copan

Published 5 months ago by Joe Griffin

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A nice view from high up at Copan.

Glyphs at Copan

Published 5 months ago by Joe Griffin

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Some of the nice inscriptions at Copan, with a nice little view too.

Taking a break from the heat in the shade at Copan

Published 5 months ago by Joe Griffin

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Taking a break from the heat at Copan. The kid is looking inside an ancient drain built to reduce erosion to the structures and the immense artificial hill immediately south of where we are.

The ball court at Copan

Published 5 months ago by Joe Griffin

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The ball court at Copan, Honduras. Copan is known among the Mayan ruins for the famous staircase with extensive inscriptions(covered in the tarp to the south), and the high quality and quantity of the stela.