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Stone Chariot, Vittala Temple, Hampi, Karnataka, India Stone Chariot, Vittala Temple,  (1509-30).

Stone Chariot, Vittala Temple, Hampi, Karnataka, India Stone Chariot, Vittala Temple, (1509-30).

Arch of Trajan. By architect Apollodorus of Damascus. 100—116 CE. Ancona

Arch of Trajan. By architect Apollodorus of Damascus.

a member of an ancient people of central Italy 10-45 Apollodorus of Damascus, aerial view of the Markets of Trajan, Rome, Italy, ca. 100–112 ce. Apollodorus of Damascus used brick-faced concrete to transform the Quirinal Hill overlooking Trajan’s forum in Rome into a vast multilevel complex of barrel-vaulted shops and administrative offices.

a member of an ancient people of central Italy 10-45 Apollodorus of Damascus, aerial view of the Markets of Trajan, Rome, Italy, ca. 100–112 ce. Apollodorus of Damascus used brick-faced concrete to transform the Quirinal Hill overlooking Trajan’s forum in Rome into a vast multilevel complex of barrel-vaulted shops and administrative offices.

Pantheon, Rome, Italy.

The defining domed temple dedicated to all of the gods. Perhaps the most influential building in art history.

Ulm Cathedral Stock Photos, Images, & Pictures | Shutterstock

See a rich collection of stock images, vectors, or photos for ulm cathedral you can buy on Shutterstock.

Palace of Mysore also known as Amba Vilas Palace one of the historical and most spectacular palace in Mysore (City of Palaces), Karnataka. Second most famous tourist attractions in India. It houses two Darabar Halls and face famous Chamudi Hills.  #Royalityontrain #luxurytravel #indiatravel #incredibleindia #luxuryindia #luxurytrainsindia

Palace of Mysore also known as Amba Vilas Palace one of the historical and most spectacular palace in Mysore (City of Palaces), Karnataka. Second most famous tourist attractions in India. It houses two Darabar Halls and face famous Chamudi Hills.

Gunung Kawi Temple. Bali, 11th century

Gunung Kawi Temple. Bali, 11th century

Murudeshwara (Shiva) in Karnataka, India

World’s Second tallest statue of Shiva, Murudeshwara, Karnataka, India