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Stockholm, Sweden
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Copenhagen, Denmark
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Nasirolmolk, Shiraz
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Stockholm City Hall
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Vatican, Italy
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Stockholm, Sweden
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Chichen Itza, Mexico
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Mallorca, Spain

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Masjed-e Emam - Northeast Ivan

Masjed-e Emam (or Arabic Masjid-i Imam) (originally named Masjed-e Shah) the Imam's Mosque in Esfahan, Iran was built on the southern side of Naqsh-e Jahan square, under Safavid Shah Abbas around 1600 AC. The mosque's monumental portal iwan is located exactly opposite the portal iwan on the northern arcade of the square, which connects the entrance to the grand bazaar.

Masjid-i Shah has a courtyard (50 by 67 m) surrounded by a two-story arcade on four sides with four iwans, one at the center of each side. Here the Northwest iwan which via a triangular vestibule connects the main portal to the courtyard.

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Masjed-e Emam - Northeast Ivan

Chinese Pavilion (Kina slott)

The Chinese Pavilion (or in Swedish "Kina Slott") is a small Chinese pleasure pavilion in the Drottningholm Palace park, built in the 1760s as birthday gift from King Adolf Fredrik to Queen Lovisa Ulrika.

The Chinese Pavilion (1766) in the Drottningholm Palace park was built for Queen Luise Ulrike as a summer residence; the interior shows a mingling of French Roccoco and Chinoiserie. Nearby is the little settlement of "Canton" (1750-60), built to house the craftsmen making furniture and wallpaper for the Chinese Pavilion..

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Chinese Pavilion (Kina slott)

Palazzo Colonna, Gallery, Great Hall

The Palazzo Colonna is a palatial block of buildings in central Rome, Italy, at the base of the Quirinal Hill, and adjacent to the church of Santi Apostoli. It has belonged to the prominent Colonna family for over twenty generations. The first part of the palace dates from the 13th century, and tradition holds that the building hosted Dante during his visit to Rome. The first documentary mention notes that the property hosted Cardinals Giovanni and Giacomo Colonna in the 13th century. It was also home to Cardinal Oddone Colonna before he ascended to the papacy as Pope Martin V in 1417.

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Palazzo Colonna, Gallery, Great Hall

Bagh-e Dolatabad Garden

Bagh-e Dolatabad Garden, one of the nine gardens in Iran that together are protected and listed on World Heritage list as example of Persian Gardens. Built 1746 by Mohammad Taghi Khan or just the great Khan. A 60km long ghanat was built to irrigate this garden and some other historical sites like Bazar-e Khan, Madrese-ye Khan, Kravansera and Hamam-e Khan.

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Bagh-e Dolatabad Garden

Golestan Palace - Ivory Hall

Golestan Palace Ivory Hall (Talar-e Aadj).

Info to be come soon.

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Golestan Palace - Ivory Hall

Gallery of the Candelabra

Gallery of the Candelabra in the Vatican Museums, Originally an open loggia built in 1761, the loggia was walled up at the end of the 18th century. The ceiling was painted in 1883-1887. The gallery contains Roman copies of Hellenistic originals (3rd-2nd century B.C.) and some great 2nd century candelabra, from Otricoli.

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Gallery of the Candelabra

Beach at Alcudia Port, Mallorca

The beach in Alcudia Port or Port d'Alcudia in Mallroca, Spain. Port d'Alcudia is a town and tourist resort in North East Majorca. It neighbours the town of Alcudia and has many hotels and tourist venues located within the town. Port d'Alcudia has a large beach which links up to nearby Muro Beach.

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Beach at Alcudia Port, Mallorca

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