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Venezia em Venezia, Veneto

Venezia - Venezia, Veneto

Napoleon's tomb, Les Invalides, Paris, France

Hermitage St. Petersburg / Russia

São Paulo, Brazil - Vale do Anhangabaú, no centro da cidade de São Paulo. Ao fundo o Teatro Municipal de São Paulo - the city where I live.

Luz Station - Sao Paulo, Brazil

Please note how the slide say "Insano". "Its height is equivalent to that of a 14-storey building. As a consequence of its height and slope, this water slide provides an extremely rapid descent - taking between four and five seconds - at a speed of 105 km/h." - Forlaeza - Brazil

8 Coolest Slides (tallest slide, frozen slide) - ODDEE

✮ Palau de la Música Catalana, Barcelona, Spain

Millau Bridge in France

Millau Bridge in France | A1 Pictures

Navagio Beach (Shipwreck Beach) Anafotiria village, Greece

Municipio, Wroclaw (Polonia) / City Hall, Wroclaw (Poland)

City Hall, Wroclaw, Poland.

Resort & Spa - Maldives - Royal Island Resort & Spa - Maldives

BUDAPEST, Hungary... The "Pest" side of the Danube, if I recall correctly. Graeat city, but there is still Communikst "leftover" in the bureaucrats...and subway guards...LOOK OUT! They'll "fine" you for the tiniest mistakes a tourist could make.

The Iniciatic Well, Entering the Path of Knowledge - Regaleira Estate, Sintra, Portugal

European photo of astronomical clock in the Old Town Square of Prague, Czech Republic by Dennis Barloga | Photos of Europe: Fine Art Photographs by Dennis Barloga

Café Santa Cruz - Coimbra - Portugal

Statue of emperor Augustus Caesar overlooking the sea from Mount Solaro. (Capri - Italy)

Copacabana Beach, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

View from The Basilica Palladiana on Piazza dei Signori - Vicenza, Veneto, Italy


Temple of Athena Nike on the Athenian Acropolis, 427-424 BC.

Old Jewish Cemetary in Prague, 40,000 graves), just piled one on top of the other, often nine deep; so ancient that, for illiterate relatives, pictures were carved into grave stones to depict occupations. In a synagoge next door, a museum of Jewish Children's art -- pre- and post-Holocaust was stunning, tearjerking, heart-wrenching.