Buckingham Palace is the official London residence
Buckingham Palace is the official London residence of the British monarch. The palace, originally known as Buckingham House (and still nicknamed Buck House by the royal family), was a large townhouse built for the Duke of Buckingham in 1703 and entered into the possession of the royal family when acquired by King George III in 1762 as a private residence.
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Manneken Pis Postcard Album - Nun and Children
Embarrased nun: "Look to the left my children". The nun leads a group of schoolgirls (one snubbing her nose), holding an umbrella to shield their innocent eyes from the little boy statue. Manneken Pis (Dutch for 'little pee man'), also known in French as the 'petit Julien', is a very famous Brussels landmark. It is a small bronze fountain sculpture depicting a naked little boy urinating into the fountain's basin. This fold-out postcard album contains humourous sketches relating to the statue and individuals reactions on viewing it!
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The Magician's Pyramid
The Magician's Pyramid, Uxmal, Yucatan State, Mexico Uxmal was occupied from 600 to 900 AD and was considered to be an important city in the Late Classic period. The Pyramid of the Magician stand 39 metres tall and is built on an oval base. The outer temple walls are built over four previous temples, they form part of a complex of religious and ethnic buildings created by the Maya civilization. Uxmal is considered one of the finest examples of Puuc architectural style, made up of stone friezes in geometric patterns and the face of Chac the Rain God.
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