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Las torres y pilones de puentes más altos de América del Sur (South America’s tallest bridge towers and pylons)

La siguiente lista identifica las torres y pilones de puentes más altos de América del Sur. Estas estructuras de soporte se encuentran principalmente en puentes colgantes y atirantados y la altura se mide desde el suelo o el nivel del … Continue reading

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Heavy/precious metal cities and towns

Here’s my list of those cities and towns that are either named for metals or with the name of metals included as part of its name. As the photo of beautiful Copper Harbor, Michigan shows, some of these communities are … Continue reading

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Dos puertas de la ciudad de China de America del Sur

I was rather surprised to find only two Chinatown gates in South America. They are located in Buenos Aires, Argentina and in Lima, Peru. Below are a photograph of each of these artistic structures: One would think with numerous megacities like … Continue reading

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