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World Heritage sites

Collection by Mlise squirrel


Favourite current and should-be World Heritage sites - mainly places I have been and some I hope to see

mlise squirrel
The Great Barrier Reef, Australia - one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World One of the stops on our Big trip Great Barrier Reef, Sunshine Coast Australia, Dream Vacations, Vacation Spots, Maui Vacation, Vacation Destinations, Brisbane, Melbourne, Places To Travel

Great Barrier Reef from the sky

Explore picsie14's photos on Flickr. picsie14 has uploaded 2375 photos to Flickr.

Abu-Simbel temple relocation, Egypt - due to the building of Aswan Dam Ancient Mysteries, Ancient Ruins, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Egypt, Ancient History, Statue Art, Kairo, Culture Art, Old Egypt

Robert M. Schoch: The Great Sphinx

The Sphinx is generally accepted to have been built along with the Pyramids of Giza around 2500 BC. But, the Sphinx today has a vertical weathering profile in the limestone trench surrounding it. This erosion, according to geology, could only be the result of prolonged rainfall, in contrast to the dry weather experienced in Egypt since 2500 BC. Based on the climatic evidence, a geologist at Boston University, estimated it between 9,000 to 12,000 years old, when climate was wetter

With its proximity to Victoria Falls and Chobe National Park, there are so many things to do in Livingstone, Zambia - you'll never run out of adventure. Places To Travel, Places To See, Beautiful World, Beautiful Places, Travel Around The World, Around The Worlds, Chobe National Park, Victoria Falls, Livingstone

Rainbow over the Victoria Falls during dry season (September) from the Zambian side - Zambia

© All rights reserved, don't use without permission Victoria Falls from the Zambian side

Athens, Greece, 1962 by Leonard Freed (Brooklyn, 23 ottobre 1929 – Garrison, 29 novembre Mykonos, Leonard Freed, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Greek History, Parthenon, Brooklyn, Athens Greece, Ancient Artifacts

Athens, Greece, 1962 by Leonard Freed (Brooklyn, 23 ottobre 1929 – Garrison, 29 novembre 2006)

Inside the Great Enclosure - Great Zimbabwe, Africa Great Places, Places To See, African History, African Art, Victoria Falls, Places Of Interest, Ancient Architecture, Africa Travel, World Heritage Sites

098 - Inside the Great Enclosure

Explore Mark Abel's photos on Flickr. Mark Abel has uploaded 7359 photos to Flickr.

WAITING by André Pipa “Mother Daughter” This was taken on Stone Town, Ilha de Moçambique, a World Heritage Site by Unesco Seychelles, Uganda, Stone Town, Out Of Africa, African Art, African Style, Travel Planner, Wire Art, Africa Travel


Mother & daughter... ... This was taken on Stone Town, Ilha de Moçambique, a World Heritage Site by Unesco

Photographic Print: The Grotto Temple of Abu Simbel, Seen from the Nile, Egypt, 1905 by Underwood & Underwood : Eilat, Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient History, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Pyramids Egypt, Old Egypt, Valley Of The Kings, World Heritage Sites

معبد أبو سمبل الكبير عام 1889 و العلم المثبت بالمركب هو علم مصر القديم في ذلك الوقت .

Circular wall of Great Zimbabwe. African Words, African Art, Out Of Africa, West Africa, Ap Art History 250, Zimbabwe Africa, Black History Facts, Thinking Day, African Culture

Circular wall of Great Zimbabwe. Southeastern Zimbabwe. Shona peoples. c. 1000–1400 C.E. Coursed granite blocks.

Šarena Džamija - The Colorful Mosque of Tetovo Islamic Architecture, Art And Architecture, Architecture Details, Ceramic Tile Art, Silk Road, Central Asia, Religious Art, 16th Century, Islamic Art

Aq-Saray (Ak-Saray) Palace, Shakhrisabz (Shahrisabz, Шаҳрисабз, شهر سبز), Uzbekistan (O‘zbekiston, Ўзбекистон)

Please also visit my Photoblog at brohardphotography.blogspot.com Follow me and become Fan at Facebook Loïc Brohard Photography Aq-Saray Palace is Timur's Summer Palace, the “White Palace” was planned as the most grandiose of all Timur's constructions. It was started in 1380 by artisans deported by Timur from the recently-conquered Khwarezm. Unfortunately, only traces of its gigantic 65 m gate-towers survive, with blue, white and gold mosaics. Above the entry of the Ak-Saray are big letters…

Tombs of The Mamluks: Cairo, Egypt Old Egypt, Ancient Egypt, Islamic Architecture, Art And Architecture, Pearl Harbor, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Valley Of The Kings

Islamic Art and Quotes

Cairo in 1920 From the collection: Photos of Minarets Originally found on: khaste-irooni