Bahia Palace, Marrakech, Morocco

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The Bahia Palace is a 19th-century palace in Marrakesh, Morocco. The palace was built by Si Musa, grand vizier of Alaouite sultan Muhammad ibn Abd al-Rahman and then continued and expanded by his son Si Ba Ahmed ibn Musa, grand vizier of Sultan Moulay Abdelaziz between 1894 and 1900.

The Bahia Palace is today a must-see historical museum open to the public daily and has previously hosted events such as the Marrakech Biennale.

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Al Khazneh, Petra, Jordan

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The Al-Khazneh (The Treasury) in Petra, is one of the most elaborate temples. Petra is a city of the Nabatean Kingdom inhabited by the Arabs in ancient times. As with most of the other buildings in this ancient town, this structure was carved out of a sandstone rock face.

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Registan Square, Samarkand, Uzbekistan

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The Registan on the Registan Square was the heart of the ancient city of Samarkand of the Timurid Empire, now in Uzbekistan. The name (Registan) means “sandy place” or “desert” in Persian.

The Square is a real gem located in the heart of the ancient city of Samarkand. It has gained its worldwide fame thanks to the great architectural ensemble that has become a monument of the oriental architecture.

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Helsinki Cathedral, Helsinki, Finland

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The Helsinki Cathedral is located in the neighborhood of Kruununhaka in the centre of Helsinki, Finland at the Senate Square. The Cathedral was originally built from 1830–1852 as a tribute to the Grand Duke of Finland, Tsar Nicholas I of Russia.

The Cathedral was also known as St Nicholas’s Church until the independence of Finland in 1917. It is a major landmark of the city, and possibly the most famous structure in Finland as a whole when viewed globally.

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Wellington Cable Car, Wellington, New Zealand

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The Wellington Cable Car is a railway between Lambton Quay, the main shopping street and kelburn in Wellington, New Zealand, a suburb in the hills overlooking the central city. The Wellington Cable Car is a funicular railway rising 120 metres over a length of 612 metres with the ride taking only five minutes.

The Cable Car operates every day except Christmas Day and runs every 10 minutes.

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National Capitol building, Havana, Cuba

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The National Capitol building is located on La Habana (Havana) Bay on the island’s north coast. The National Capitol Building or El Capitolio, is a public edifice in Havana, the capital of Cuba. The building was built from 1926 to 1929 and commissioned by Cuban president Gerardo Machado.

Its enormous dome is iconic, marking the Havana skyline. The National Capitol building has dominated Havana’s cityscape since the 1920s and is still one of the most important landmarks of the city.

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Windmills, Kinderdijk, Netherlands

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The windmills at Kinderdijk are a group of 19 monumental windmills in the Alblasserwaard polder, in the Netherlands. Most of the mills are part of the village of Kinderdijk in the municipality of Molenlanden.

Built in 1738 and 1740, to keep water out of the older, it is the largest concentration of old windmills in the Netherlands and beside Volendam one of the best-known Dutch tourist sites.

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Nine Arches Bridge, Ella, Sri Lanka

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The Nine Arch Bridge also called the Bridge in the Sky, is a viaduct bridge in Sri Lanka. It is one of the best examples of colonial-era railway construction in the country.

The Nine Arch Bridge, also known as the ‘Bridge in the Sky’ is 300 ft (91.44m) and was constructed by connecting two big mountains.

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