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Tokyo Station 0605 by Krzysztof Baranowski

The Trevi Fountain (Fontana di Trevi) 1762 is Italy’s largest and most famous Baroque fountain, standing 85 feet high and 65 feet across. The fountain can be found in Rome’s Piazza di Trevi in the Quirinale district.

Water flows from the mouth of the dominating figure–Neptune, god of the sea–standing atop a shell-shaped chariot drawn by two sea horses and two gods. The horses represent the changing mood of the sea.

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Bonny Scotland by Frank Pickavant
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Cottages on Loch Carron, Plockton. 

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Domination 0106 da Krzysztof Baranowski
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Tokyo Azabu. The red lights in the fromt come from many police cars…