Moscow City view with Hotel Ukraina, one of the most legendary Stalin’s skyscrapers, and New Arbat Bridge at Night. Moscow, Russia.
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Aerial view over downtown Singapore at dusk towards the modern business district skyscrapers. View over the Singapore City Hall, the National Gallery of Singapore, Padang Singapore and the Singapore Cricket Club, Marina Bay. The famous Marina Bay Sands Hotel in the Background. Singapore City, Marina Bay, Asia.
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Traditional chinese 75 year old senior fisherman in traditional clothes on his wooden fishing raft with two cormorants throwing a old fishing net into the Li River water in the early morning fog light shortly after sunrise. Xing Ping, Yangshuo County, Guangxi, Guilin, China.
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Maré Island, view over turquoise water at Tadine Bay, south-west coast of Maré Island with beautiful natural rocky lagoon and coral reef to the horizon under sunny blue summer sky Tadine Bay, Mare Island, Loyalty Islands, New Caledonia, Pacific Ocean Islands.
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Little Kanak Girl at natural beach of Maré Island, Loyality Islands, New Caledonia. Black and White Portrait. The Kanak people are the indigenous Melanesian inhabitants of New Caledonia an overseas collectivity of France in the southwest Pacific. The word ‘Kanak’ is derived from kanaka maoli, a hawaiian word which was applied indiscriminately by European explorers and missionaries in Oceania to any non-European Pacific islander. The population of Maré Island (Île Maré), a small 42 km long and 16 to 33 km wide island, is about 6900 people, of mainly Melanesian heritage, less than 2% of the population is of European ancestry. Maré Island is a small raised coral atoll, a former atoll that has been lifted about 120 meters.
American flag hanging inside the empty main hall of the new Oculus New York City, the WTC Transportation Hub – PATH station. The World Trade Center Transportation Hub is the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s name for the new PATH in Lower Manhattan, New York City, USA. In march 2016 the World Trade Center Transportation Hub in Lower Manhattan officially opened to the public. The new hub replaces the PATH train station that was destroyed during the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Over 12 years in making and construction and costs of 4 billion US$ in public money, the new train station is for some a symbol of both ‘governmental waste’ and ‘architectural excess’. The center is the Oculus glass-and-steel structure designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava.
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