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two people are flying through the air on an orange and blue sky at sunset with mountains in the background
South America top 20 things to do: Great southern lands
Fiery sunset over the Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia
a cobblestone street with people walking on it and buildings in the back ground
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Salvador, Bahia, Brazil
the green hills are covered in clouds and grass
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Connemara National Park, Ireland
an old stone building sitting in the middle of a lake with moss growing on it
Old celtic cross (5th century) with ruined chapel in background at St Patrick's Well in Ireland.
St Patrick's Well, Ireland
a house in the middle of a lavender field
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rocky mountain national park with the text hiking rocky mountain national park
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Rocky Mountain National Park is well-known for its hiking trails.
the columns are decorated with egyptian paintings and calligraphy on them, as well as an image of pharaohs
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Temple of Ramses III, Luxor, Egypt
an old castle with grass in the foreground and cloudy sky above it on a sunny day
Ruins of Old Mellifont Abbey, County Louth, Ireland
an old church with tall towers and trees in the foreground on a sunny day
Yale University
One of New Haven's biggest draws is that it's home to Yale, a beautiful Ivy League University that offers free guided campus tours Monday thru Friday at 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. and on weekends at 1:30 p.m. Tours are about an hour and 20 minutes and depart from the Yale Visitor Center located at 149 Elm Street. If you'd rather stroll the grounds at your own pace, you can purchase a copy of the Blue Trail map at the Visitor Center for less than $5 and have access to a brief history of the campus...
the inside and outside of an auditorium
Globe Theatre - Wikipedia
Erected in 1599, The Globe was London’s first theater built by and for actors. As one of seven shareholders in the company that commissioned it (not to mention the company’s chief playwright), Shakespeare probably had some say in the theater’s design. He wrote many of his plays, from Julius Caesar on, with this venue in mind. To quote the bard, "O for a muse of fire!" Henry V
people are walking around in front of a building with a large clock on it's face
Zytglogge-Turm in Bern
Zytglogge in Bern, Switzerland
the front and back sides of a cathedral at night with text overlaying it that reads, t & g
cologne cathedral- absolutely stunning architecture!!