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Bridge on the River Kwai

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Stonehenge, Home of Magic, Druids and Pagan Rituals

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Wordless Wednesday: Views of London

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Wordless Wednesday: Masks of Bali

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Glimpse of War and South Korea

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Wordless Wednesday: South Korean Temple entrances

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Seoul, a glimpse into the heart of South Korea

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Exploring South Africa’s oldest colonial building

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Wordless Wednesday: Racial benches

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Weekly photo challenge: Creepy in Cambodia

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Throwback Thursday: The Amazing Saint Basil’s Cathedral!!

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Symmetry – Egypt

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Wordless Wednesday: Red is Leicester Square

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The largest outdoor theater of the Ancient World

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The remains of the Temple of Hadrian

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The Library of Celsus in Ephesus

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Ephesus home to one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World

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Hagia Sophia, Turkeys’ Church-turned-Mosque

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The Blue Mosque isn’t Blue?

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Exploring the interior of Hagia Sophia, Turkeys’ Church-turned-Mosque

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Hagia Sophia, Turkeys’ Church-turned-Mosque

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The Colourful Bo-Kaap of Cape Town

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Wordless Wednesday: Sandringham’s little church

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The Crumbling Walls of Ta Nei Temple

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The Grandiose Entrances to Angkor Thom

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Firing AK 47’s and Claustrophobic Underground tunnels in Vietnam

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Phnom Pehn, Cambodia’s city of Genocide, Temples and Palaces.

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The haunted City of York

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York Minster, England is one of the world’s largest Medieval Gothic Cathedrals

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The “Shambles” is the most photographed street in England!.

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The City Bath is a piece of Roman history in England

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Bath Abbey is built on a mass grave

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