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1373-379 - Cityscape of the city of Lyon in France from the riverside of the Saone River with the The Weight of Oneself sculpture in the foreground in front of the courthouse, Lyon, Auvergne Rhone Alpes, France, Europe
1116-53086 - Flags and statuary decorate a colorful roadside altar in a desolate region of northern Chile. Shrines or animitas are a common tradition of memorials that mark the site where someone died. People who are not related to the person who was killed can offer a prayer at the animita, in this way, animitas can take the roles of popular saints in the Catholic religion, Pan American Highway, Chile
1116-52986 - The six standing colossal statues honoring Hathor the Goddess of Music and Love and Ramses II's wife, Nefertari in front of the Temple of Hathor at Abu Simbel, Abu Simbel, Nubia, Egypt
1116-52981 - Close-up view of the hieroglyphics on the columns of the Great Hypostyle Hall, reaching up towards the blue sky in the Karnak Temple Complex near Luxor, Precinct of Amun-Re, Luxor, Egypt
1116-52971 - Close-up of bas-relief hieroglyphics painted on the walls of the Royal Tomb of Ramses IV, Valley of the Kings, Thebes, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Egypt, North Africa, Africa
802-817 - Bran Castle, Bran, near Brasov, Transylvania. The castle was built by Saxons in 1377 who were given the privilege by Louis I of Hungary. It is a national monument and landmark in Transylvania and famous for its association with the Dracula story.