A man and his passenger ride a motorcycle near salt pans, believed to have been used for harvesting sea salt since Roman times, outside the village of Marsalforn, on the northern coast of the Maltese island of Gozo, June REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
Standing stones called menhirs spike the coast of northwestern Spain in Galicia. The 1994 installation by Galician artist Manolo Paz pays tribute to the Celtic people who once inhabited much of Europe, including northern Spain.
Photograph by John Gollings/Arcaid/Corbis - The world-famous Melbourne Cricket Ground was built in 1853 after the Australian government forced the Melbourne Cricket Club to move locations. Today the site is the largest stadium in Australia