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Switzerland's answer to "John Q. Public" is "Jasmin Burgermeister", which just doesn't have the same ring to it.

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The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe is a chilling monument, consisting of 2711 concrete slabs in a five acre plaza.

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<em>Digitalis purpurea L.</em>

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The frieze depicts the gods fighting giants and monsters.

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Rhodiola integrifolia at the summit of Baldy, hanging on to the edge of the rocks.

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Even as ruins, it's a large and dominating space.

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The frieze depicts the gods fighting giants and monsters.

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From an Indonesian &quot;wayang&quot; puppet show.

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This parking meter on Montague Street is wearing a knitted stocking, courtesy of an art installation called 69 Meters.

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That's actually the official term for the design (&quot;Michelangiolesco&quot; in Italian).

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The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe is a chilling monument, consisting of 2711 concrete slabs in a five acre plaza.

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The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe is a chilling monument, consisting of 2711 concrete slabs in a five acre plaza.

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This is the entire living room of a 17th century house in Aleppo, Syria. It's covered in incredibly intricate wood paneling

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Escargot, anyone?

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The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum contains the seven million index cards used by the Red Cross to track prisoners of war during World War 1.

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