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Old 12-27-2007, 05:44 PM   #46
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- The giant needle on O'Connel Street in Dublin.
- Harrods in London
- York Minster


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Old 12-28-2007, 01:56 AM   #47
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I DEF have to read this thread - no time now...........

if you're talking natural Monuments..

I've been to Monument Valley in north Arizona

i assume you're talking human created............

well..... i live in nyc so "The Twins" {Towers} really did become monumental to me b/c as an artist and nature lover thier plain facade but at such heights really reflected all manner of sky/cloud & sunlight colors.............
they really could look amazing wonderous!!!
and Lady Liberty is quite the gal!

Love the The Arch in St Loius! that ALSO does an beautiful sky/light/cloud reflection thing!

I really wanted to visit the Aricebo Radio Telescope {featured in the moive "Contact"} when i got a chance to visit Puerto Rico............
but i don't do winding moutain roads well,even in -like New England (USA). So i had to give THAT one up!

while it dosen't qualify b/c it's a whole slew of biuldings/monuments ~~
the National Mall in Washington DCV is a very moving place. Luckily I've strolled it a number of times.

the monuments around the world I'd love to see the most......

OK, not hard........

1- The Pyramids
2- The Eiffel Tower
3- The Blue Mosque {Istambu, Turkey}
4- and perhaps The Tal Mahal

looking foward to reading your lists soon

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Old 12-28-2007, 08:07 AM   #48
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The Blue Mosque in Istanbul is the most beautiful building I've ever seen. Hagia Sofia is impressive, too. Ephesus is amazing. I went to Turkey in May 2006.
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I can't think of a specific monument, however, the Grand Canyon was the most incredible thing I have ever seen in my life. Beautiful.

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