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Revision as of 21:01, 5 May 2014

World Treasures

Gallery


Africa


Avenue of Sphinxes Egypt.jpg

Avenue of Sphinxes Egypt.

The Americas

Estela de luz, Mexico

Estela de Luz, Mexico.

Asia


Jahangiri Mahal - Agra Fort India.jpg

Agra Fort India.

Australasia

Europe

El Escorial Spain.jpg

El Escorial Spain.


Guest treasure

Great Mosque Xi an China.jpg

Great Mosque in Xi'an China


Continue to Part II and World treasures III

See also

Basilica of San Vicente, Avila, Spain.

External links


Saladin's tomb, Syria
Azambuja, Portugal.