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860-292047 - Monumental tomb at Cap Corse. Piccioni family mausoleum in Pino. This magnificent tomb contains the ashes of Valentine Eiffel, daughter of engineer Gustave Eiffel and wife of diplomat Camille Piccioni. Monumental tombs are part of traditional Corsican architecture and are often spectacular and ostentatious. They generally date from the 19th century.
1184-7827 - Aerial of the Church of Atlantida (Church of Christ the Worker and Our Lady of Lourdes), the work of engineer Eladio Dieste, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Canelones department, Uruguay, South America
1184-7826 - Church of Atlantida (Church of Christ the Worker and Our Lady of Lourdes), the work of engineer Eladio Dieste, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Canelones department, Uruguay, South America
1184-7824 - Church of Atlantida (Church of Christ the Worker and Our Lady of Lourdes), the work of engineer Eladio Dieste, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Canelones department, Uruguay, South America
1184-7825 - Interior of the Church of Atlantida (Church of Christ the Worker and Our Lady of Lourdes), the work of engineer Eladio Dieste, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Canelones department, Uruguay, South America
1184-7823 - Church of Atlantida (Church of Christ the Worker and Our Lady of Lourdes), the work of engineer Eladio Dieste, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Canelones department, Uruguay, South America
1184-7822 - Interior of the Church of Atlantida (Church of Christ the Worker and Our Lady of Lourdes), the work of engineer Eladio Dieste, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Canelones department, Uruguay, South America
1184-7821 - Church of Atlantida (Church of Christ the Worker and Our Lady of Lourdes), the work of engineer Eladio Dieste, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Canelones department, Uruguay, South America
832-394376 - Petri dishes in the hand of a laboratory technician at the drying cabinet in the laboratory, insertion of a multiple sample into a laboratory device, Freiburg, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, Europe