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Deversorium by nordicscapes

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Travel and see new things. Or; look around and discover new angles.
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knossos Palace by vasiliosgavrilis

From an archaeological point of view, the terms, “Knossos,” and “palace,” are somewhat ambiguous. The palace was never just the residence of a monarch, although it contained rooms that might have been suitable for a royal family. Most of the structures, however, were designed to serve a civic, religious and economic center. The term palace complex is more accurate. In ancient times, Knossos was a town surrounding and including Kephala Hill. This hill was never an acropolis in the Greek sense. It had no steep heights, remained unfortified, and was not very high off the surrounding ground. These circumstances cannot necessarily be imputed to other Minoan palaces. Phaestos, contemporaneous with Knossos, was placed on a steep ridge, controlling access to the Mesara Plain from the sea, and was walled.

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OTHER SIDE by nenadspasojevic

In my latest visit to NY I wanted to shoot the skyline from a different perspective. The plan was to hit as many rooftops as possible, listen to some great music, have drinks, sneak in the equipment and get some great shots while partying. That is exactly what we did. I ended up with great stories to tell and this 64MPX pano. This is the final result from one of those nights. What do you think?

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