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Anvers Island, Antarctica moon rise over sea ice. The Antarctic Half of the Global Thermohaline Circulation is Faltering.- Article

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A natural arch in a glacier at Norsal Point, Anvers Island, Antarctica

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Aerial over East River NYC, The Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park is a four-acre memorial to Franklin D. Roosevelt that celebrates the Four Freedoms he articulated in his 1941 State of the Union address. It is located in New York City at the southernmost point of Roosevelt Island, in the East River between Manhattan Island and Queens. It was designed by the architect Louis Kahn in 1973, not realized until 2012

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from ArchDaily

Gallery of Town House in Antwerp / Sculp[IT] - 3

Town House in Antwerp / Sculp[IT] Architects: Sculp[IT] Location: Antwerp, Belgium Architect In Charge: Pieter Peerlings and Silvia Mertens Project Year: 2015 Photographs: Luc Roymans

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from National Geographic

Polar Obsession Photos, Arctic Pictures, Animals and Landscapes

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ANTWERPEN - Our Lady CathedralI love old, sometimes new, churches with their beauty of how they were built,and why! When we were in Maui working I went to every old and new church on the island.

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White marble kitchen inside an apartment in Antwerp by Stein van Rossem.

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from Condé Nast Traveler

Photos: Antarctica's Glaciers, Icebergs, and Penguins

Anvers Island and its cloud-covered Mount Francais. Antarctica’s ice sheet makes up 97.5 percent of the continent. If it melts, the level of the world’s oceans would rise by an estimated 200 feet.

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from youshouldbuyart.com

Grounded Iceberg, Arthur Harbor, Anvers Island, Antarctica

Grounded Iceberg, Arthur Harbor, Anvers Island, Antarctica, by Stuart Klipper - 20x200 (from $60)

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from Asymbol

Anvers Island

Featured piece from the: Trilogy Collection Rider: Jeremy JonesDeeper, Teton Gravity ResearchAnvers Island, Antarctica November 20, 2009   Jeremy rides to the ocean as Xavier watches from Anvers Island’s icy shores. On the only continent devoid of permanent human settlement, the landscapes are nothing short of surreal.   --- Photographer: Tero RepoDeeper, Teton Gravity Research 15" x 10" Open Edition 30" x 20" 50 unsigned limited-edition prints, with numbered provenance card  *All sizes listed are the image size. *All photographs come with a 1" border on all sides.  Archival pigment print on vibrance baryta paper

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