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Chicago, IllinoisChicagoIllinois#History A vintage building in a local Chicago neighborhood that underwent renovations several years ago to try and restore it's original...Reykjavik, IcelandReykjavikIceland#History Hallgrimskirkja Church in Reykjavik, Iceland is quite a unique architectural structure which can be seen from almost every direction in...Lisbon, PortugalLisbonPortugal#History A hidden nook from one of Lisbon's many alleyways with a car peeking through a frame within a frame.Lisbon, PortugalLisbonPortugal#History A castle tower in Sintra framed by old Roman columns.Lisbon, PortugalLisbonPortugal#History Sintra Castle: this was quite a unique castle entrance which seemed as if I was entering a fairy tale castle and quite colorful throughout.Lisbon, PortugalLisbonPortugal#History A unique looking kiosk I came upon near Lisbon, Portugal.Lisbon, PortugalLisbonPortugal#History A church/monastery building in Lisbon, Portugal reflecting it's weathered stone yet still standing tall.Lisbon, PortugalLisbonPortugal#History The Discoveries Monument in Lisbon, Portugal with Henry the Navigator in front.Lisbon, PortugalLisbonPortugal#History I don't remember the name of this church but from where I was at I liked how it popped out from behind the trees.Chicago, IllinoisChicagoIllinois#History Tree trunk under water in the gardens of Northerly Island -- Chicago. I found this tree trunk to be interesting as obviously at some point...Chicago, IllinoisChicagoIllinois#History Trimmed tree trunk near the Field Museum in Chicago. This tree was most likely cut down as it's off the shoreline and most likely left as...Chicago, IllinoisChicagoIllinois#History Broken tree, near the Japanese Garden in Chicago. What, of course, was once a tall tree was most likely torn from a lightning strike and...San Antonio, TexasSan AntonioTexas#History The Alamo, in San Anotonio, Texas. Where the Battle of the Alamo was fought between February 23 – March 6, 1836.Chicago, IllinoisChicagoIllinois#History Blending old and new architecture and reflected off The Bean near Chicago's lakefront.
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