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The exhibition of model railways in the renovated hall of the City Engineering Museum in Kraków. 
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The exhibition of model railways in the renovated hall of the City Engineering Museum in Kraków.
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Orloj - Prague astronomical clock. 
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Orloj - Prague astronomical clock.

Tourist are waiting for the noon figure show taking place on the southern wall of Old Town City Hall in the Old Town Square.
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Orloj astronomical clock in PragueOrloj astronomical clock in Prague
Searching for a photographic opportunity on the junction of Lower Kevin and Aungier Streets in Dublin, Ireland. 
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Searching for a photographic opportunity on the junction of Lower Kevin and Aungier Streets in Dublin, Ireland.
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Typical Dublin doors
A 30-meters high stone tower is the most characteristic building in the Glendalough monastic city. 
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A 30-meters high stone tower is the most characteristic building in the Glendalough monastic city.

"There is one monument of antiquity, of more remote date, most probably, than the churches themselves, not yet noticed, although the visiter never loses sight of it during his peregrination through the extensive vale of Glendalough, that is, the Round Tower. The uses of these extraordinary buildings are not yet fully ascertained; by the Irish peasantry they are called Cloch-Theach, or the Belfry; by General Vallancey, Fire-Towers; and by an infinite number of antiquarians, Turres Ecclesiastics, or anchorite towers, either for the study of religious writings, and indulgence in pious reflections, or for the purposes of penitence and prayer, like the Stylite pillars." (George Newenham Wright: A Guide to the County of Wicklow, London 1827).
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The panorama of Dresden from the viewing platform on the dome of Frauenkirche. 
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The panorama of Dresden from the viewing platform on the dome of Frauenkirche.

"A very special attraction of the Frauenkirche is the ascent to the dome and the viewing platform. [...] Visitors make their way up the first 24 metres using a lift. Next, the route upwards is via narrow stairs. Visitors then negotiate a spiralling ramp, which is a stepless spiralling rising walkway that circles the outer dome two and a half times. This section is strenuous: in earlier times it was used as a 'donkey path' and it has a gradient of 14 percent. The visitors make their way via two further stairway sections – one of them a steep ladder stairway – to the 67 meter high viewing platform. There, a unique view over Dresden and the surroundings opens up." (Text from the official page)

If you want to study the view in detail, there are two high-resolution gigapixel available, in southern and western directions.

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