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  5. Kensington Gardens at 6 a.m.

    Kensington Gardens at 6 a.m.

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  6. Bookshelf in the British Museum, London.

    Bookshelf in the British Museum, London.

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  7. Big Ben and the famous red bus in London, UK.
It was my first time in London, so I had to snap a few typical tourist photos ;)

    Big Ben and the famous red bus in London, UK.

    It was my first time in London, so I had to snap a few typical tourist photos ;)

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  8. Grave of Ferdinand Foch in the Dome of the church at the Invalides, Paris, France.

    Grave of Ferdinand Foch in the Dome of the church at the Invalides, Paris, France.

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  10. The Pantheon in Rome was built 118 - 125 AC. It’s now a Catholic church.
It’s very important for the Roman Architecture because it was built with opus caementitium, a new form of material (similar to modern Portland cement). This material first allowed to built domed constructure.

    The Pantheon in Rome was built 118 - 125 AC. It’s now a Catholic church.

    It’s very important for the Roman Architecture because it was built with opus caementitium, a new form of material (similar to modern Portland cement). This material first allowed to built domed constructure.

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