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Visit the World

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Visit the World

  1. 1. Brandenburg Gate – Berlin, Germany
  2. 2. Brandenburg Gate - `1885
  3. 3. Sans Souci Castle – Potsdam nearBerlin, Summer Palace of Frederic the Great 1712 - 1786
  4. 4. Myconos Island – Greece
  5. 5. Regatta in Venice - Italy In background – Rialto Bridge
  6. 6. The Vatican – Rome - The Vatican City came into existence in 1929 Italy
  7. 7. Arosa - Switzerland
  8. 8. Inner Arosa Nestled deep in the Swiss Alps in the Canton of Graubuenden
  9. 9. Resort Hotel Puerto Vallarta - Mexico
  10. 10. Sharm el Sheikh - Egypt Situated on the Sinai Peninsula Summer temperatures (April to October) range between 15 to 35 Celsius
  11. 11. Morning Fitness Class aboard a cruise ship navigating the Suez Canal The Canal opened in 1869 – is 193 km long and is the waterway that connects Europe with Asia
  12. 12. Western Wall Located in the old city of Jerusalem. The name “Wailing Wall” was introduced by the British in 1917
  13. 13. Penang - Malaysia Open Market
  14. 14. Ferry between Islands in Malaysia
  15. 15. Port Blair - India Named after Lieutenant Archibald Blair of the British East India Company in 1789
  16. 16. India Open Air Laundry in Mumbai formerly called Bombay - Population app. 14 Mil
  17. 17. Pewter Factory Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia Royal Selangor Pewter. Founded in 1885. In 1995 produced the largest tankard certified by the Guinness Book of Records Height: 1,987 meters, Weight: 1,557 kilograms, capacity: 2,796 litres
  18. 18. Phuket - Thailand is Thailand’s largest Island, situated in the Buddhist temple in Phuket Andaman Sea.
  19. 19. Istanbul - Turkey The Blue Mosque Built between 1609 and 1616
  20. 20. Panama Canal Built by the United Stated early 1900’s December 31, 1999 administration of the canal was handed over to Panama
  21. 21. Oranjestad on the island of Aruba in the Caribbean Sea was built 1796 and has been Aruba’s capital ever since
  22. 22. Sydney - Australia
  23. 23. Costa Rica - Banana Plantation In 1911, Costa Rica became the world`s largest producer of that crop. Today the banana trading belongs to three big companies: Standard Fruit Comp, Chiquita and Dole
  24. 24. A plant Banana in Stalk somebody’s backyard in Costa Rica
  25. 25. Street performers in San Jose, Capital of Costa Rica
  26. 26. Italy Part of the Isle of Capri - has been a resort since the time of the Roman Republic
  27. 27. Pompeii, Italy near the City of Naples was buried when Mount Vesuvius erupted in AD 79
  28. 28. Potemkin Odessa, U Stairs kraine Built 1837 – 1841 and features 192 steps
  29. 29. Buenos Aires – Argentina “La Boca” - old part of town. It’s said the Argentine Tango originated here early 1900’s
  30. 30. Montevideo, Uruguay
  31. 31. Ushuaia, Argentina On the isle of Tierra del Fuego Generally described as the southernmost city in the world
  32. 32. A team of folklore dancers (gauchos) who perform for tourist groups
  33. 33. Singapore Singapore became in independent republic in 1965
  34. 34. Singapore Cable car from main island on Mount Faber to resort island of Sentosa crossing the harbor
  35. 35. Singapore Street with Christmas Decorations
  36. 36. Stanley Park “Hollow Tree” Vancouver In Stanley Park Canada
  37. 37. Hollow Tree with Car about 1910
  38. 38. Vancouver “Gastown” British Downtown Columbia Vancouver Canada
  39. 39. Vancouver Waterfront - British Columbia, Canada

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