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The three remaining columns of the circular structure  of the Serapeum, a covered market place constructed during the reign of the Flavian emperors.
Chullpa or burial tower at Sillustani built by the Aymara-speaking Colla tribe.
Braga Cathedral, Portugal, 2009.  Artist: Samuel Magal
The Hall of Monarchs in the Alcazar of Segovia, Segovia, Spain, 2007. Artist: Samuel Magal
The roof of Djenne Mosque, Mali. Artist: Werner Forman
The Alcazar of Segovia, Segovia, Spain, 2007. Artist: Samuel Magal
Interior of Himeji Castle.
Dhows are still constructed using the traditional methods at Ajman wharf, using woods brought from India.
The rock-hewn tunnel leading to the cave of the Cumaean Sibyl, near Pozzuoli.
The memorial stele of Li Shimin, Emperor Tai Zong, the son of the founder of the Tang dynasty.
Headdress worn only at important occasions.
View of the aqueduct of Aspendos.
Himeji Castle.
The gates of Ishtar at Babylon which were constructed during the time of Nebuchadnezzar II.
Bridge constructed by the Portuguese at Gondar.
One of the astronomical instruments that Ferdinard Verbiest constructed for the imperial astronomical observatory of the emperor Qing Kangxi.
Detail of a relief depicting gangs of slaves hauling and levering a colossal stone bull mounted on a sledge during the building of Sennacherib's palace at Nineveh.
The remains of the circular structure  of the Serapeum, a covered market place constructed during the reign of the Flavian emperors.
Himeji Castle seen through blossom.
Communal buildings.
Los Milagros Aqueduct, Merida, Spain. Artist: Samuel Magal
Relief from the reconstructed repository of Amenhotep I.
The Plaza Mayor, Salamanca, Spain, 2007. Artist: Samuel Magal
The high altar (1337) and crucifix in the Cathedral of Santa Eulalia, Barcelona, Spain, 2007. Artist: Samuel Magal
Relief from the Red Chapel of Hatshepsut.
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