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1358-425 - Galapagos Land Iguana (Conolophus subcristatus) on South Plaza island, Galapagos. They can grow up to 5 feet long and live for 60 years. They are among the largest lizards in the world.
722-233 - Bodh Gaya, Bihar, India. The 80-foot high Great Buddha Statue, Daibutsu, built by the Daijokyo Sect of Nagoya, Japan and unveiled by the XIV Dalai Lama on 18th. November 1989. It took 7 years and 120,000 masons in all to build.
1358-399 - The Bell of Hope outside St Paul's Chapel in New York, the oldest surviving public building in the city. It was a gift in 2002 from a church in London, England, and rung every year on September 11 to remember those killed in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
722-217 - Bhubaneswar, Odisha is nicknamed India?s ?City of Temples? in which around 350 are still standing, many dating back to well over one-thousand years. Shown here is an aspect of the 9th century Rameshwar Temple dedicated the Hindu deity Shiva.
722-205 - Bhubaneswar, Odisha is nicknamed India's City of Temples in which around 350 are still standing, many dating back to well over one-thousand years. Shown here is the 11th century Rajarani Temple dedicated the Hindu deity Shiva.
722-204 - Bhubaneswar, Odisha is nicknamed India's City of Temples in which around 350 are still standing, many dating back to well over one-thousand years. Shown here are aspects of the 9th century Mukteswara Temple dedicated the Hindu deity Shiva.
722-203 - Bhubaneswar, Odisha is nicknamed India's City of Temples in which around 350 are still standing, many dating back to well over one-thousand years. Shown here are aspects of the 9th century Mukteswara Temple dedicated the Hindu deity Shiva.
722-202 - Bhubaneswar, Odisha is nicknamed India's City of Temples in which around 350 are still standing, many dating back to well over one-thousand years. Shown here are aspects of the 9th century Mukteswara Temple dedicated the Hindu deity Shiva.
722-201 - Bhubaneswar, Odisha is nicknamed India's City of Temples in which around 350 are still standing, many dating back to well over one-thousand years. Shown here are aspects of the 9th century Mukteswara Temple dedicated the Hindu deity Shiva.
722-213 - Bhubaneswar, capital of the ancient, east Indian State of Odisha, previously Orissa. Here the hilltop Digambara Jain Temple which stands above the Udayagiri and Khandagiri complex of caves dating back to over 100 years BCE.
722-212 - Bhubaneswar, Odisha. Here we see examples of monks' cells cut into the hillside rock among the Udayagiri and Khandagiri caves dating back to over 100 years BCE sculptured into the hillside as religious retreats for Jain devotees.
722-210 - Bhubaneswar, Odisha. Here we see examples of monks' cells cut into the hillside rock among the Udayagiri and Khandagiri caves dating back to over 100 years BCE sculptured into the hillside as religious retreats for Jain devotees.
722-211 - Bhubaneswar, Odisha. Here we see examples of monks' cells cut into the hillside rock among the Udayagiri and Khandagiri caves dating back to over 100 years BCE sculptured into the hillside as religious retreats for Jain devotees.
722-209 - Bhubaneswar, Odisha. Here we see examples of monks' cells cut into the hillside rock among the Udayagiri and Khandagiri caves dating back to over 100 years BCE sculptured into the hillside as religious retreats for Jain devotees.
722-208 - Bhubaneswar, Odisha. Here we see examples of monks' cells cut into the hillside rock among the Udayagiri and Khandagiri caves dating back to over 100 years BCE sculptured into the hillside as religious retreats for Jain devotees.
722-207 - Bhubaneswar, Odisha. Here we see the garden at the entrance to the Udayagiri and Khandagiri caves dating back to over 100 years BCE sculptured into the hillside as religious retreats for Jain devotees.
722-206 - Bhubaneswar, Odisha. Here we see a small sanctuary near the entrance to the site of the of the Udayagiri and Khandagiri caves dating back to over 100 years BCE sculptured into the hillside as religious retreats for Jain devotees.
722-198 - Bhubaneswar, Odisha is nicknamed India's 'City of Temples' in which around 350 are still standing, many dating back to well over one-thousand years. Shown here is an aspect of the 11th century Lingaraja Temple complex dedicated the Hindu deity Shiva.
1383-98 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-97 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-96 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-95 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-94 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-92 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-93 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-91 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-90 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-89 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-87 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-88 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-86 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-85 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-83 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-84 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-82 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-81 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-80 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-79 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-77 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-78 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-76 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-75 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-73 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-74 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-72 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-71 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-70 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-69 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-67 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-66 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-65 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-63 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-64 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-62 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-61 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-60 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-59 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-58 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-57 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-56 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-55 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-54 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-53 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
860-292474 - Giant Seychelles tortoise (Aldabrachelys gigantea), Turtle island, Prison island, Zanzibar. This island was used as a prison for slaves, and four giant Seychelles tortoises were introduced. Today, they are protected from poachers, and the oldest are between 170 and 200 years old.
860-292443 - Tek rebreather diver at a depth of 70 meters with a DPV specially equipped with 60,000 lumen lighting and 12 Gopro to carry out a 3D survey of a karstic cave submerged for over 14,000 years, Passe Bateau Sud, Mayotte Lagoon
832-404355 - Young Caucasian mother playing with her in the room with toys. Baby less than a year learning the first lessons of her mother. Mother playing with her son and hugging him lovingly