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Vineyards along the Alsatian Wine Route. Pha That Luang, the Great Stupa in Vientiane. Weather vanes, tall windows, and distinctive roof lines along a Brugge canal. A rainbow appears in the mist of Iguazu Falls. The falls are part of a nearly virgin jungle ecosystem surrounded by national parks on both the Argentine and the Brazilian sides of the cascades. The Iguazu River begins in Parana state of Brazil, then crosses a 1,200-km (750 mi) plateau before reaching a series of faults forming the falls.
The Sultan Ahmed Mosque (also known as the Blue Mosque) in Istanbul is the national mosque of Turkey. The Topkapi Palace courtyard in Istanbul. The Palace was the official residence of the Ottoman Sultans for 400 years. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and contains many holy relics of the Muslim world. Construction was begun in 1459, and at its height, the complex housed 4,000 people. In 1924, a governmental decree transformed the Palace into a museum of the imperial era. The ancient Greek city of Ephesus on the western coast of Anatolia was once the site of the Temple of Artemis (one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World; completed about 550 B.C.). The Temple was destroyed in 401 A.D. and the city's importance as a commercial center declined as its harbor silted up. By the 15th century it was completely abandoned. Located in the central part of the country, Arenal Volcano remains active, treating visitors to steady rumbles and displays of fire from its cone.
Canal view in Bangkok. The Louvre Pyramid, built in 1989, serves as the main entrance to the museum. A crumbling old pier on the island of Corregidor. View of the Grand Palace in Bangkok.
The Old Saint Petersburg Stock Exchange (white building) and one of its flanking Rostral Columns overlooking the inner harbor of the city. The dome of the Mohammed V Mausoleum in Rabat is breath-taking. A Costa Rican sunset. The fortified abbey of Mont-Saint-Michel off the coast of Normandy.
Many of the former housing units of the city of Machu Picchu are visible in the foreground of this image. One of the walls of the medina (ancient city quarter) of Rabat. The Rabat medina dates back to the 17th century. It has a wide range of shops (pottery, leather, food), as well as parks, gardens, and broad boulevards. A view of Topside - the highest area of Corregidor - taken from the vicinity of the Spanish Lighthouse. Shown are the remains of the "Mile-Long Barracks" barely visible above the trees. These main barracks on the Topside section housed the troops of the coast artillery battalions who manned the island defenses. The building was a three-story concrete structure designed to be hurricane proof while providing comfortable, airy accommodations in a tropical environment. Despite the fact it never was a mile long when built, the structure was considered the longest barracks in the world. In the background, across the North Channel, are the mountains of Bataan Peninsula overlooking Corregidor. Courtyard at Wat Pho in Bangkok.
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 The Stadhuis (City Hall) in Brussels was built in the Gothic style. Parts of the structure date back to the early 15th century. Its spire is topped by a gilt metal statue of the Archangel Michael, patron saint of Brussels. The facade is decorated with statues of nobles, saints, and allegorical figures.  "Fairy chimneys" create a surreal landscape in the Cappadocia region of Turkey. Created by volcanic eruptions and shaped by centuries of wind and rain erosion, each of these structures consists of a soft cone topped by a layer of harder rock. They reach heights of up to 40 m (130 ft).  A Yaksha demon guards the Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha) in the Grand Palace in Bangkok. A stupa is a mound-like structure containing Buddhist relics. Located around the corner from the US Embassy in Vientiane, That Dam ("the black stupa") is one of the oldest Buddhist monuments in Vientiane.  Legend holds that a seven-headed dragon lives underneath the stupa and protects the city.  

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