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Cliffs of Moher, Ireland

Cliffs of Moher, Ireland

The ancient mud city of Bam, Iran, is the largest adobe structure on earth and, until the 2003 earthquake, it was one of the jewels in Iran’s tourism crown. The site has been occupied for almost 2000 years and post-earthquake analysis revealed the walls were first built using Sassanian-style mud bricks...  Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/iran/southeastern-iran/bam/sights/historic/arg-e-bam#ixzz3KNka08ya

The ancient mud city of Bam, Iran, is the largest adobe structure on earth and, until the 2003 earthquake, it was one of the jewels in Iran’s tourism crown. The site has been occupied for almost 2000 years and post-earthquake analysis revealed the walls were first built using Sassanian-style mud bricks... Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/iran/southeastern-iran/bam/sights/historic/arg-e-bam#ixzz3KNka08ya

The Burren, County Clare, Ireland | Cool Places

The Burren, County Clare, Ireland | Cool Places

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