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World's Highest Waterslide, Brazil

Yes I'll try that why not you only live once. Insano, the world's tallest waterslide in Brazil. Constructed in the Insano previously held the Guinness Book of Records as the World's Tallest Water Slide at 135 feet tall.

Art Saint Pauls Cathedral in Liege travel-and-places

Prompt: God is always listening. What do you wish to say to him today?

Paris trampolin bridge

10 things to know before visiting Sweden

I think I just found my favorite place in the world. {Trampoline Bridge in Paris}.this is a design mock up that came in third in a contest for new bridge ideas for the Seine in Paris. Never built.

Dallas Fort Worth Aves Photography Colonial Country Club Marty Leonard Chapel1654 Two Love Birds | Emily and Jeff

Dallas Fort Worth Aves Photography Colonial Country Club Marty Leonard Two Love Birds

Ever since I first walked into this church at 14, I've wanted to get married here. (York Minster)

Canterbury Cathedral Nave - what a beautiful place, so glad I got to explore it

Nave. Peterborough Cathedral.

Nave. Peterborough Cathedral.

Notre-Dame Basilica, Montreal, Canada

Notre Dame Basilica in One of the most beautiful churches I've ever seen. Notre Dame Basilica in One of the most beautiful churches I've ever seen. Notre Dame Basilica in One of the most beautiful churches I've ever seen.

little Chapel in Guernsey

# Saint Andrew "The Little Chapel", decorated by broken pieces of colored glass, in a rural part of Guernsey, Channel Islands (a British Crown dependency in the English Channel, off the coast of Normandy) ~ 17 Astonishing Photos That You must See

Basilica di Santa Croce. Lecce, Italy - also called the “Temple of the Italian Glories” for being the burial site of brilliant Italians, such as Galileo and Michelangelo (among others)

Lecce, Italy - also called the “Temple of the Italian Glories” for being the burial site of brilliant Italians, such as Galileo and Michelangelo (among others)

Ben)) Open RP- I wander down the dark hallways, wide awake despite the late hour. I fumble into you, completely crashing into a nearby table.

Paris Opera House with its giant chandeliers. Being there in person, I could see why Gaston Leroux chose to use them as a weapon in The Phantom of the Opera -- love this place!