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1358-379 - Washington Arch, in Washington Square Park, Lower Manhattan, New York. It was dedicated in 1895 to mark the centenary of George Washington's inauguration as President in 1789.
1373-203 - Interior of Corpus Domini Church, blending Neo-Romanesque, Neo-Byzantine, and Art Nouveau styles, completed in 1901, elevated to minor basilica status by Pope Pius XII, Milan, Lombardy, Italy, Europe
1373-202 - Interior of Corpus Domini Church, blending Neo-Romanesque, Neo-Byzantine, and Art Nouveau styles, completed in 1901, elevated to minor basilica status by Pope Pius XII, Milan, Lombardy, Italy, Europe
1373-201 - Interior of Corpus Domini Church, blending Neo-Romanesque, Neo-Byzantine, and Art Nouveau styles, completed in 1901, elevated to minor basilica status by Pope Pius XII, Milan, Lombardy, Italy, Europe
1373-200 - Interior of Corpus Domini Church, blending Neo-Romanesque, Neo-Byzantine, and Art Nouveau styles, completed in 1901, elevated to minor basilica status by Pope Pius XII, Milan, Lombardy, Italy, Europe
1373-192 - View of Castello Sforzesco (Sforza's Castle), a medieval fortification dating back to the 15th century, now housing museums and art collections, Milan, Lombardy, Italy, Europe
1311-757 - A rock island with a little rock window on its top called the Tea Pot Arch at Ferry Swale in the Glen Canyon Recreation Area near Page, Arizona, United States of America, North America
1311-756 - A rock island with a little rock window on its top called the Tea Pot Arch at Ferry Swale in the Glen Canyon Recreation Area near Page, Arizona, United States of America, North America
1373-136 - Architectural detail of the Monumental Arch to the Artillery Force, constructed in the 19th century, as tribute to the First Artillery Regiment, Piazza Vittorio Veneto, Turin, Piedmont, Italy, Europe
1373-118 - View of the interior of the Palazzo del Rettorato (The Rector's Palace), headquarters of the University of Turin, and located in the historic center of the city of Turin, Piedmont, Italy, Europe