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    Guell Park, Barcelona, Spain

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    The Amazing Rock Village | Setenil de las Bodegas, Cádiz, Spain

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    The colony of sea stars, West Coast, New Zealand.

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    Ganesh Festival, Mumbai

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    Zhangye Danxia Landform, Gansu, China

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    Sand Cave in Cumberland Gap National Park. in Cumberland Gap National Park, right at the conjunction of Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia. The cave is on the North side of a ridge. The ridge itself is the state line between Kentucky and Virginia. The cave is on the Kentucky side. If you go to Ewing, Virginia, there's a trailhead at a place called "Civic Park".

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    Ice Box cave at Virginia Kendall's ledges. This is my favorite place to hike/explore.

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    (Wishing Well) Luray Caverns, Virginia, USA - Luray Caverns & Wishing Well - The Wishing Well is a 6-foot deep pool of water at Luray Caverns where visitors toss coins and even paper money. Once a year, all of the coins are removed and donated to various charities. So far, since 1954 almost a million dollars has been collected and donated.

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    Sesselja

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    Oludeniz, Turkey

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    In Guatemala, this colored sawdust is used to create Mayan-Catholic murals! "Semana Santa Sawdust" by Kaitlyn Barrett. Guatemala City, Guatemala

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    Mt. Picaya, Guatemala, 2009 I walked/hiked/rode a horse to the top of this volcano!

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    Lake Atitlan, Guatemala....my beautiful country!!! I miss it there!

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    Una calle de Antigua | Guatemala

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    Tikal (Tik’al in modern Mayan orthography) is one of the largest archaeological sites and urban centres of the pre-Columbian Maya civilization. It is located in the archaeological region of the Petén Basin in what is now northern Guatemala

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    Guatemala

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    Yolnabaj Guatemala

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    Guatemala (I had neighbors from here. They were roofers and they were really nice guys. I'd bake them cookies and they redid my front porch roof for me KG)

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    Tikal Guatemala - Founded in 200 B.C., it emerged as a regional superpower that dominated other city-states stretching from the Yucatán Peninsula to western Honduras. Tikal's reign abruptly ended when, for unknown reasons, the Mayans abandoned the city in A.D. 900. Enveloped by jungle, it would not be rediscovered until 1848. Since then, only 15 percent of the site has been excavated.

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    Market in #Guatemala www.cooperativefo...

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    Crossing the Sixola River into Panama. Photo by Sarah Hollowday

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    Panama Canal, Panama

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    Masaya is a caldera located 20 km south of Managua, Nicaragua. It is Nicaragua's first and largest National Park, and one of 78 protected areas of Nicaragua.

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    Waterfall on Isla De Ometepe, Nicaragua. Ometepe is an island formed by two volcanoes rising from Lake Nicaragua. Its name derives from the Nahuatl words ome and tepetl, meaning two mountains.

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    Salto de La Estanzuela waterfall. Esteli, Nicaragua. Estelí, officially Villa de San Antonio de Pavia de Estelí is a city and municipality within the Estelí department. It is the third largest city in Nicaragua, an active commercial center in the north and is known as "the Diamond of the Segovias."

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