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Milan. On the floor near the main entrance is a sundial, engraved with zodiac symbols, installed in 1768 by astronomers from the Accademia di Brera, placed so that it is struck by a ray of sunlight breaking through a hole in the opposite wall. On the summer solstice, the ray strikes the tongue of bronze set in the floor; on the winter solstice, the ray of light stretches out to reach the meridian.

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A small abandoned chapel in France

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Florence, Italy

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Medieval Tintagel Castle ruins ~ birthplace of King Arthur with rugged,clifftop backdrop, Cornwall, England.

Tintagel Castle

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10 Most Festive Cities In The US For Christmas!

10 Most Festive Cities In The US For Christmas

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Schloss Bürresheim, (Bürresheim Castle), 56727 Mayen, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany - www.castlesandman...

Photographs of Castles and Manor Houses around the World

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Waterfall Castle | Scotland

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Balmoral Castle, summer residence of Queen Elizabeth II

Elizabeth II : Balmoral à louer pour cause de budget serré...

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Lichtenstein Castle, Germany

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vintagenatgeographic: Neo-gothic castle on the Black Sea in Ukraine National Geographic | May 1987

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Ancient town of Sherborne, Dorset, England

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Arch of flowers at Castello Aragonese in Ischia, Italy • photo: Stuart Jack on Flickr

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Medieval, Iona Abbey ~ Isle of Mull, Scotland

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Vyborg castle, Russia.

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Duomo Milano. Near the main entrance is a sundial, engraved with zodiac symbols, installed in 1768 by astronomers from the Accademia di Brera, placed so that it is struck by a ray of sunlight breaking through a hole in the opposite wall. On the summer solstice, the ray strikes the tongue of bronze set in the floor; on the winter solstice, the ray of light stretches out to reach the meridian. Meridian of the Duomo, astronomical reference until 1884, when it was replaced by Greenwich.

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Beautiful Places In France - St-Véran Archway, Midi-Pyrenees, France

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Kinloch Castle, Island of Rum, Scotland, built in 1897 by Sir George Bullough

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Chateau D’Aigle, Switzerland

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U.K. Haworth village

In search of Heathcliff on the wiley, windy moors of Haworth

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Boldt Castle Alexandria Bay, NY

Boldt Castle by Jason Smith

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Derbyshire, England by l4ts

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Eilean Donan, Scotland

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Castle of Spirits, Bojnice city, Slovakia

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Vail Village ~ Vail, Colorado

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Monastery of the Holy Trinity - Meteora, Greece

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