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War Memorial At Dusk

Published 10 months ago by Randy Kosek

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Liberty Memorial, in Kansas City, is dedicated to soldiers who died during World War I. It was designed by Harold Van Buren Magonigle and completed in 1926.

Union Station KC

Published 11 months ago by Randy Kosek

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Union Station was built in 1914 and handled over a million travellers at it's peak, during World War II. It was closed in the 1980's and nearly d<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/union-station-kc-usa">...(more)</a>

Seattle Waterfront at Dusk

Published over 1 year ago by Randy Kosek

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This is a time of transition for the Seattle waterfront. The Port of Seattle plans to replace the earthquake damaged Alaska Way Viaduct<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/seattle-waterfront-at-dusk-usa">...(more)</a>

Bridge of Glass at Dusk

Published over 1 year ago by Randy Kosek

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The Chihuly Bridge of Glass is a 500 foot pedestrian overpass linking the Museum of Glass to downtown Tacoma, Washington. The Venetian Wal<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/bridge-of-glass-at-dusk-usa">...(more)</a>

Peace Bridge at Dusk

Published over 1 year ago by Randy Kosek

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The Peace Bridge, in Calgary, Alberta was completed in March, 2012. The unique, double helix shape was designed by the Spanish architect, Santiago Calatrava.

San Francisco at Dusk

Published about 2 years ago by Randy Kosek

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View of San Francisco from the Embarcardero.

Luna Park at Dusk

Published over 2 years ago by Randy Kosek

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Sydney Harbour from Luna Park. Sydney, Australia. Included in the panorama are the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House and Luna Park.<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/luna-park-sydney-australia">...(more)</a>

Fluent Steps At Dusk

Published over 2 years ago by Randy Kosek

View of The Museum of Glass, feauturing Glass Sculpture "Fluent Steps", by Martin Blank.

McPherson Playhouse

Published almost 3 years ago by Randy Kosek

The McPherson Playhouse opened in 1914 as part of the Pantages chain of theatres and is one of the finest examples of theatres from that period still standing in Canada.

Balboa Pier at Dusk

Published about 3 years ago by Randy Kosek

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View of Balboa Pier at Dusk

Coal Harbour at Dusk

Published over 3 years ago by Randy Kosek

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View of Coal Harbour and the Vancouver Convention Centre, Vancouver, BC

Capitol Lake at Dusk

Published about 4 years ago by Randy Kosek

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View of Capitol Lake. Olympia, Washington USA  Capitol Lake was formed in 1951 br damming a tidal basin at the southern tip of<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/capitol-lake-at-dusk-olympia-washington">...(more)</a>

Schnucks Des Peres Market II

Published over 4 years ago by Randy Kosek

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A view of Schnucks Des Peres Market. St Louis, Missouri.

Schnucks Des Peres Market

Published over 4 years ago by Randy Kosek

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View of the produce department at Schnucks Des Peres Market. St Louis, Missouri.

Times Square At Dusk

Published over 4 years ago by Randy Kosek

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At the center of the Theater District in New York City, Times Square is the only neighborhood in New York with a zoning ordinance requiring tenan<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/times-square-at-dusk">...(more)</a>

Toronto At Dusk

Published over 4 years ago by Randy Kosek

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Sunset over Lake Ontario and Toronto, Canada as seen from Harbourfront Centre. The CN Tower is the tallest free-standing structure in the Americas.  

False Creek At Dusk

Published over 5 years ago by Randy Kosek

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View of Southeast False Creek and Science World. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. South East False Creek will be the<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/false-creek-vancouver-british-columbia-canada">...(more)</a>

Metropolitan Museum Of Art

Published over 5 years ago by Randy Kosek

European Sculpture Garden at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City

Museum Of Glass

Published over 5 years ago by Randy Kosek

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Museum of Glass, Tacoma, Washington