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Chapel of the Zawiszów Black family in Chełmża

The chapel of the Zawiszów Black family in Chełmża – Neo Monument of Sepulkralny, the tomb of the family Zawiszów black coat of arms Sulima of Warszew

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Mausoleum of Mao Zedong

The Chairman Mao Memorial Hall (simplified Chinese: 毛主席纪念堂; traditional Chinese: 毛主席紀念堂; pinyin: Máo Zhǔxí Jìniàn Táng), commonly known as the Mausole

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Tomb of Dante

The Tomb of Dante (Italian: Sepolcro di Dante) is an Italian neoclassical national monument built over the tomb of the poet Dante Alighieri. It is sit

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Dingling (Ming)

Dingling (明定陵; Míngdìnglíng) is a mausoleum in China where emperor Wanli, together with his two empresses Wang Xijie and Dowager Xiaojing, was buried.

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Rock Paintings of Sierra de San Francisco

The Rock Paintings of Sierra de San Francisco are prehistoric rock art pictographs found in the Sierra de San Francisco mountain range in Mulegé Munic

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Saraakallio rock paintings

Saraakallio rock paintings (Finnish: Saraakallion kalliomaalaukset) are situated in Central Finland. The rock site lies on the eastern shore of Lake S

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Grange stone circle

Grange stone circle (Lios na Gráinsí or Fort of the Grange) 300m west of Lough Gur in County Limerick, Ireland, is situated beside the Limerick-Kilmal

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Almendres Cromlech

The Cromlech of the Almendres (Portuguese: Cromeleque dos Almendres/Cromeleque na Herdade dos Almendres) is a megalithic complex (commonly known as th

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Mitchell's Fold

Mitchell's Fold (sometimes called Medgel's Fold or Madges Pinfold) is a Bronze Age stone circle in South-West Shropshire, located near the small villa

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Withypool Stone Circle

Withypool Stone Circle, also known as Withypool Hill Stone Circle, is a stone circle located on the Exmoor moorland, near the village of Withypool in

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Piper's Stones

The Piper's Stones or the Athgreany stone circle is a bronze age stone circle at Athgreany, County Wicklow. It sits on a low hillock overlooking the N

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Gamelands stone circle

Gamelands stone circle (or Orton stone circle) is a stone circle at the foot of Knott Hill in Cumbria. The stones are mostly made of red granite and s

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Uragh Stone Circle

The Uragh Stone Circle is a neolithic stone circle near Gleninchaquin Park, Tuosist, County Kerry, Ireland. Situated near Lough Inchiquin, it consist

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La Noce de Pierres

La Noce de Pierres Breton: An Eured Ven (The Wedding Party) is an alignment of some 77 standing stones at the foot of Menez Michael (Saint-Michel-de-

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Krakus Mound

Krakus Mound (Polish: Kopiec Krakusa), also called the Krak Mound, is a tumulus located in the Podgórze district of Kraków, Poland; thought to be the

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