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1373-287 - Interior of the Temple of Debod, an ancient Nubian temple that was dismantled as part of the International Campaign to Save the Monuments of Nubia. It was subsequently rebuilt in the center of Madrid, Spain, in Parque de la Montaña
1373-281 - Interior of the Temple of Debod, an ancient Nubian temple that was dismantled as part of the International Campaign to Save the Monuments of Nubia. It was subsequently rebuilt in the center of Madrid, Spain, in Parque de la Montaña
1373-280 - Interior of the Temple of Debod, an ancient Nubian temple that was dismantled as part of the International Campaign to Save the Monuments of Nubia. It was subsequently rebuilt in the center of Madrid, Spain, in Parque de la Montaña
1373-279 - Interior of the Temple of Debod, an ancient Nubian temple that was dismantled as part of the International Campaign to Save the Monuments of Nubia. It was subsequently rebuilt in the center of Madrid, Spain, in Parque de la Montaña
1373-278 - Interior of the Temple of Debod, an ancient Nubian temple that was dismantled as part of the International Campaign to Save the Monuments of Nubia. It was subsequently rebuilt in the center of Madrid, Spain, in Parque de la Montaña
1373-276 - Interior of the Temple of Debod, an ancient Nubian temple that was dismantled as part of the International Campaign to Save the Monuments of Nubia. It was subsequently rebuilt in the center of Madrid, Spain, in Parque de la Montaña
1373-277 - Interior of the Temple of Debod, an ancient Nubian temple that was dismantled as part of the International Campaign to Save the Monuments of Nubia. It was subsequently rebuilt in the center of Madrid, Spain, in Parque de la Montaña
832-404455 - Two tents, tipis, Indian tents, front one illuminated from the inside, in a winter landscape, aurora borealis with stars in the sky, Yukon Territory, Canada, North America
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
1373-201 - 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
1373-202 - 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
1373-200 - 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
1373-118 - 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, Italy.
1373-115 - Interior of the Museum of Radio and Television located in the Rai production center in the city center of Turin, Italy. A museum with free admission and thematic events for visitors.
1373-105 - View of Piazza Castello, a prominent city square in the historic city center, from the interior of the Royal Palace of Turin, a historic palace of the House of Savoy in the city of Turin in Northern Italy.