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746-88412 - The rock-hewn churches of Lalibela in Ethiopia. Pilgrim praying in front of a church. The churches of Lalibela have been constructed in the 12th or 13th century. They have been hewn from the solid rock and are considered to be one of the largest monolithic structures ever build by mankind, Africa, East Africa, Ethiopia, Lalibela
832-372688 - The North Postern gate, 1250 B.C., made from four monolithic blocks of "Almond Stone" in the typical form of two upright jams, a lintel over the top and threshold, Mycenae UNESCO World Heritage Archaeological Site, Peloponnese, Greece, Europe
817-423792 - Plaza 'Place de L'eglise Monolithe' and street 'Rue de la Petite Fontaine', Saint-Emilion, near Bordeaux, in the Dordogne River Valley, Gironde region, Acquitaine, France, part of the monolithic church 'L'Eglise Monolithe' in foreground, May
817-423796 - Saint-Emilion, near Bordeaux, in the Dordogne River Valley, Gironde department, Acquitaine, France: tower of the Romanesque monolithic church 'L'Eglise Monolithe', restaurants, and houses, night
817-423800 - Saint-Emilion, in the Dordogne River Valley, Gironde region, Acquitaine, France, Romanesque monolithic church 'L'Eglise Monolithe' whose lower section was carved from a limestone cliff, May
817-423798 - Men setting up umbrellas for outdoor restaurants in Place de L'Eglise Monolithe, Monolithic Church in background, Saint-Emilion, Gironde department, Acquitaine, France, early morning, May
817-423791 - Saint-Emilion, in the Dordogne River Valley, Gironde region, Acquitaine, France, overview with houses and tower of Romanesque monolithic church 'L'Eglise Montlithe', three young women playing cards, May
817-423795 - Saint-Emilion, in the Dordogne River Valley, Gironde region, Acquitaine, France, Romanesque tower of the monolithic church 'L'Eglise Monolithe', house roofs, at dusk
817-423793 - Plaza 'Place de L'eglise Monolithe' and street 'Rue de la Petite Fontaine', Saint-Emilion, near Bordeaux, in the Dordogne River Valley, Gironde region, Acquitaine, France, part of the monolithic church 'L'Eglise Monolithe' in foreground, May
817-423788 - Saint-Emilion, in the Dordogne River Valley, Gironde region, Acquitaine, France, Rue de la Petite Fountaine leading to Romanesque monolithic church 'L'Eglise Monolithe' whose lower section was carved from a limestone cliff
817-423799 - Saint-Emilion, near Bordeaux, in the Dordogne River Valley, Gironde department, Acquitaine, France: Romanesque monolithic church 'L'Eglise Monolithe' whose lower part was carved from a limestone cliff, May
817-423789 - Saint-Emilion, in the Dordogne River Valley, Gironde region, Acquitaine, France, Rue de la Petite Fountaine leading to Romanesque monolithic church 'L'Eglise Monolithe' whose lower section was carved from a limestone cliff
832-61717 - Two Jain pilgrims are pouring water over a small statue at the feet of the statue of Lord Gomateshwara, the tallest monolithic statue in the world, dedicated to Lord Bahubali, carved out of a single block of granite stone, 18 meters high, 983 AD, Sravanab
832-85291 - Toes of the monolithic statue of the Jain saint Gomateshwara decorated with jasmine flowers, coconuts, Sravanabelagola, Hassan district, Karnataka, South India, India, Asia
817-421785 - The North Postern Gate of Mycenae 1250 B C Made from four Monolithic blocks of ¥Almond Stone¥ in a typical form of two upright jams, A lintel over the top and threshold Mycenae UNESCO World Heritage Archaeological Sitee, Peloponnese, Greece
817-421786 - The North Postern Gate of Mycenae 1250 B C Made from four Monolithic blocks of ¥Almond Stone¥ in a typical form of two upright jams, A lintel over the top and threshold Mycenae UNESCO World Heritage Archaeological Sitee, Peloponnese, Greece
832-61707 - Statue of Lord Gomateshwara, the tallest monolithic statue in the world, dedicated to Lord Bahubali, carved out of a single block of granite stone, 18 meters high, 983 AD, Sravanabelagola, Karnataka, India, Asia
832-61718 - Two Jain pilgrims are pouring water over a small statue at the feet of the statue of Lord Gomateshwara, the tallest monolithic statue in the world, dedicated to Lord Bahubali, carved out of a single block of granite stone, 18 meters high, 983 AD, Sravanab
832-61719 - A Jain pilgrim is praying at the feet of the statue of Lord Gomateshwara, the tallest monolithic statue in the world, dedicated to Lord Bahubali, carved out of a single block of granite stone, 18 meters high, 983 AD, Sravanabelagola, Karnataka, India, Asi
794-420 - Anakena beach, monolithic giant stone Moai statues of Ahu Nau Nau, four of which have topknots, Rapa Nui (Easter Island), UNESCO World Heritage Site, Chile, South America
794-421 - Anakena beach, monolithic giant stone Moai statues of Ahu Nau Nau, four of which have topknots, Rapa Nui (Easter Island), UNESCO World Heritage Site, Chile, South America
794-432 - Anakena beach, monolithic giant stone Moai statues of Ahu Nau Nau, four of which have topknots, Rapa Nui (Easter Island), UNESCO World Heritage Site, Chile, South America
794-433 - Anakena beach, yachts moored in front of the monolithic giant stone Moai statues of Ahu Nau Nau, four of which have topknots, Rapa Nui (Easter Island), UNESCO World Heritage Site, Chile, South America
794-434 - Anakena beach, yachts moored in front of the monolithic giant stone Moai statues of Ahu Nau Nau, four of which have topknots, Rapa Nui (Easter Island), UNESCO World Heritage Site, Chile, South America
794-435 - Anakena beach, yachts moored in front of the monolithic giant stone Moai statues of Ahu Nau Nau, four of which have topknots, Rapa Nui (Easter Island), UNESCO World Heritage Site, Chile, South America
794-436 - Anakena beach, yachts moored in front of the monolithic giant stone Moai statues of Ahu Nau Nau, four of which have topknots, Rapa Nui (Easter Island), UNESCO World Heritage Site, Chile, South America
794-440 - Anakena beach, monolithic giant stone Moai statues of Ahu Nau Nau, four of which have topknots, silhouetted at dusk, Rapa Nui (Easter Island), UNESCO World Heritage Site, Chile, South America
794-441 - Anakena beach, monolithic giant stone Moai statues of Ahu Nau Nau, four of which have topknots, illuminated at dusk, Rapa Nui (Easter Island), UNESCO World Heritage Site, Chile, South America