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1116-53087 - Clay pots piled on a tomb of the Lord of Sipan archeological site near Chiclayo, Peru in the Lambayeque Valley. Archaeologists uncovered burial places of several lesser important figures besides royalty at Sipan. One, a high priest, had a tomb almost as impressive as the royal ones. Another burial contained 1,137 pots shaped into warriors, priests, prisoners, musicians, and anthropomorphic deities, Sipan, Peru
860-292258 - Lac du Pontet (1955 m) with La Grave (Les Plus Beaux Villages de France) in the background and Les Terrasses hamlet (1767 m), upper Romanche valley, Villar-d'Arene, Hautes-Alpes, France
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.
832-404017 - Burana Tower, remains of Karakhanid Minaret, histroic ancient city of Balasagun on the Silk Road, Balbals, historic tombstones in the shape of human faces, near Tokmok, Chuy, Kyrgyzstan, Asia
832-404016 - Burana Tower, remains of Karakhanid Minaret, histroic ancient city of Balasagun on the Silk Road, Balbals, historic tombstones in the shape of human faces, near Tokmok, Chuy, Kyrgyzstan, Asia
832-404009 - Burana Tower, remains of Karakhanid Minaret, histroic ancient city of Balasagun on the Silk Road, Balbals, historic tombstones in the shape of human faces, near Tokmok, Chuy, Kyrgyzstan, Asia
832-402394 - November 13, 2021, Medina, Marrakesh, MAR: The Kutubiyya Mosque is the largest mosque in Marrakesh, Morocco. It is located in the southwest medina quarter of Marrakesh, near the famous public place of Jemaa el-Fna
832-402370 - August 24, 2020, Springfield, Illinois, USA: After the April 14, 1865 assassination of Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, a funeral train transported his remains for burial in his hometown of Springfield, Illinois
832-402367 - August 24, 2020, Springfield, Illinois, USA: After the April 14, 1865 assassination of Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, a funeral train transported his remains for burial in his hometown of Springfield, Illinois
1358-173 - The Royal Navy Cemetery (The Glade), opened in 1812, containing over 1000 graves including 24 from World War I and 39 from WWII, managed by the Bermuda National Trust, Sandys Parish, Bermuda, Atlantic, North America
1358-172 - The Royal Navy Cemetery (The Glade), opened in 1812, containing over 1000 graves including 24 from World War I and 39 from WWII, managed by the Bermuda National Trust, Sandys Parish, Bermuda, Atlantic, North America