Aug 19 2009

Wonders of the World: 30 Breathtaking Examples

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Stonehenge, England by Amanda White

Great Wall of China by Blazej Mrozinski

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Bamboo Forest, Kyoto, Japan by Trey Ratcliff (Stuck in Customs)

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Machu Picchu, Peru by Nicolas Monnot

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Horseshoe Bend, Arizona by Bala

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St. Petersburg, Russia by Toshio Kishiyama

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Santorini, Greece by Giuseppe Finocchiaro

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Bagan, Myanmar by Stefan Sonntag

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Budapest, Hungary by Arman-h

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Central Park, New York by Michael (Stocks Photography)

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Cologne Cathedral, Germany by Deniz

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Roman Colosseum, Rome by Toshio Kishiyama

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Taj Mahal, India by Himanshu Khagta

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Masai Mara, Kenya by Lyndon Firman

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Great Barrier Reef, Australia by Felix

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Angkor Wat, Cambodia by Vinaixa

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Amsterdam by MorBCN

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Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy by Erin Fitzpatrick Wacker

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Paris by VinS

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St. Basil, Moscow by Nicolas Monnot

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Dubai by Michael Cruz

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CN Tower, Toronoto by Miles

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Chicken Itza, Mexico by Duane Storey

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Reclining Buddha of Wat Cho by Kok Chiann

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Empire State Building, New York by Michael Penn

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Mt. Bromo, Indonesia by Bob C

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Aurora Borealis, Iceland by Lárus Sigurðarson

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Corcovado, Rio De Janeiro by Larry Gerbrandt

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Giza, Egypt by Khaled Kashkari

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Vernazza, Cinque Terre, Italy by Federico

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Edinburgh Castle, Scotland by Clint (damascus5)

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Bora Bora, Tahiti by vgm8383

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Laos by Ben Visbeek

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Potala Palace, Tibet by Malcolm Roberts

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Pashupatinath Temple by Yvette Depaepe

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Cliffs of Moher, Ireland by Ricardo Philippi de los Santos

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Hagia Sophia & Galata Bridge, Istanbul by Serhan Keser

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Niagara Falls by Victor Shilo

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