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Those are the Ban Gioc–Detian Falls on the border of China and Vietnam. Here's a picture from another angle from Wikipedia:
Hearn Gulch beach, California? http://www.californiabeaches.com/beach/hearn-gulch-beach/
It's a statue of General Yannis Makriyannis. The location is on the intersection of Dionysiou Areopagitou and Vyronos Streets. The inscription on the base of the statue mentions the General's name and years of life, sprayed over by some vandals. Source: Waymarking.com
I found someone who knows. One of the residents of Villamayor de Monjardín was three years old when it was built in 1948. It was a gravity water tower that has since been replaced by pumps. There is a spring on Montejurra, a mountain some distance away. They actually ran pipes down into the valley and up this hill to a tank that is no longer in or on the ...
the first, second and 4th image show a large, unforested area with a distinctly differently colored patch. this appears to match the Manpur region on Nasa satellite maps of Nepal (the yellow area circled below), although it also could match the kathmandu region (yellow dots): Mount Everest lies in the orange circle. I've tried to match that area to the ...
Yes, the shop sells shamisen (a type of musical instrument), and yes, good-quality shamisen are still made using cat skin.
This is only a guess of course but based on the circumstances you describe and your drawing, these might be artificial reefs (barriera artificiale in Italian). These can come in a variety of forms including ships, tanks, cars, train cars and simple concrete structures. Here is a google images result of structures that are fairly similar to the one you have ...
That's the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia. It's an opera house and cultural centre in Valencia, Spain. Photo from Wikimedia.
Wikipedia's List of tallest buildings in Atlanta article lists all of the downtown buildings by name and has a nice overlay map of the exact area you took a photograph of:
They are the Four Papal Basilicas in Rome: Top-left: St Peter's Basilica: Top-right: Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls - most photos - eg. the one on Wikipedia - show the more detailed Western face, but the drawing above depicts the Northern face: Bottom-left: Archbasilica of St. John Lateran: Bottom-right: Basilica of Saint Mary Major:
The statue is located in the port at Odessa and can be seen here and here. Created by the sculptor Alexander Tokarev. It is the modest memorial, dedicated to the faithful wives of seafarers and their children who accompanied their husbands and fathers to Sevastopol in the autumn of 1941.
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