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Mission of San Juan Capistrano church ruins

Published about 1 month ago by Andrew Bolhuis

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Standing among the remains of the 200 year old church at the Mission in San Juan Capistrano. The ceiling collapsed during an earthquake soon after it was completed and was never rebuilt. 40 people died in the collapse.

Clock roof Yalta

Published 2 months ago by Anton Goida

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Manzanar Guard Tower

Published 3 months ago by Allan Der

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Reconstructed guard tower at the Manzanar Relocation Center. A reminder to the residence, despite their efforts at making it feel like home, they are prisoners.

Inside of Chijmes

Published 6 months ago by Lim Zhi Min

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Chijmes a Beautiful Historic Building in Singapore The premier lifestyle destination in Singapore, Chijmes is committed to providing its customers a<a href="">...(more)</a>

CAMBODIA - Angkor Wat Temple

Published 6 months ago by Julien Mordret

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Angkor Wat is the largest temple of the region of Angkor and Cambodia's main touristic site. It was built in the first half of the 12th cen<a href="">...(more)</a>

The Fullerton Bay Hotel

Published 7 months ago by Lim Zhi Min

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The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore is the latest addition to the dazzling Marina Bay waterfront. Alongside spectacular views of the b<a href="">...(more)</a>

South East entrance to the Spice Bazaar in Istanbul

Published 11 months ago by Mike Anton

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After the Grand Bazaar, the Spice Bazaar is the second largest covered shopping complex in Istanbul. As the name suggests, it is still the centre for spice trade in the city.

Bok Tower

Published about 1 year ago by John Ivy

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The 205-foot Singing Tower is said to be one of the world’s finest carillons. The tower houses 60 bells, ranging in weight from 16 <a href="">...(more)</a>

Bok Tribute

Published about 1 year ago by John Ivy

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Bok Tribute: The marble Exedra was a gift to Edward Bok from friends in the neighboring Mountain Lake Community. At an elevation of<a href="">...(more)</a>

Bok Reflecting Pool

Published about 1 year ago by John Ivy

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After entering Bok Tower Gardens, the first view you get of the "Singing Tower" is across the reflecting pool. A very impr<a href="">...(more)</a>

Episcopal Church of the Nativity

Published about 1 year ago by John Ivy

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Episcopal Church of the Nativity is a beautiful church just off the square of downtown Huntsville, Alabama. According to the Historic<a href="">...(more)</a>

Casa MIsssion Cozumel Interior of home

Published about 1 year ago by Stan Hillhouse

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Take a cab to the Casa Mission for a rare Mexican experience. Plush gardens and fountains, open air restaurant.

Glyptothek Munich

Published almost 2 years ago by Jürgen Schrader

The Glyptothek, as part of an ensemble of buildings around Munichs Königsplatz,  was built in 1830 by architect Leo von Klenze as a housing for the <a href="">...(more)</a>

Bat Tower Sugarloaf Key Florida Keys

Published almost 2 years ago by John Conway

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Built to house bats to keep the bug population under control. Located in the lower Keys on Sugarloaf key. Bats never found their new house and it has never had bats living in the structure. 

Point Fermin Lighthouse

Published over 2 years ago by Bill Heller

The Point Firmin Lighthouse in San Pedro California. One of the few victorian style lighthouses in California. An amazing view and a nice little park. 

Santa Barbara Mission Kitchen

Published over 2 years ago by Bill Heller

The Kitchen at the Mission Santa Barbara. "This kitchen display is typical of the indoor cooking facilities of the early 1800s. Cooking <a href="">...(more)</a>

Queen of the Missions at Twilight

Published over 2 years ago by Bill Heller

The Santa Barbara Mission, "Queen of the Missions" is the only one of the 21 California Missions that has remained in continuous ope<a href="">...(more)</a>

Mountain Meadows Massacre LDS monument

Published about 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

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 Memorial for the Baker-Fancher party at the Mountain Meadows Massacre Site.  This monument was constructed by the LDS chu<a href="">...(more)</a>

Naghsh-e-Jahan Square, Esfahan, Iran

Published over 3 years ago by Ali E. Nourbakhsh

Naghsh-e-Jahan Square, Esfahan, Iran HDR - PanoramaNaghsh-e-Jahan Square is a world famous historic landmark from Safavid period in Esfahan/Isfahan, Iran.