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Angkor Thom - Baphuon Temple. WANT TO GO!

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Blue Butterflies In The Amazon Rainforest photography beautiful nature forest butterflies photography ideas photography pictures

Photo by @alisonwrightphoto // Monk at Ta Prohm Temple Angkor Cambodia. Cambodia has the greatest proportion of amputees in the world due to the presence of millions of land mines which impose a heavy economic and social burden on this country already one of the poorest nations in the world. With an estimate placing the cost of clearing a single mine at $300 to $1000 more than 5000 mines have been collected and destroyed since Cambodia signed the Mine Ban Treaty in 1997 hoping to bring it…

Photo by @alisonwrightphoto // Monk at Ta Prohm Temple Angkor Cambodia. Cambodia has the greatest proportion of amputees in the world due to the presence of millions of land mines which impose a heavy economic and social burden on this country already one of the poorest nations in the world. With an estimate placing the cost of clearing a single mine at $300 to $1000 more than 5000 mines have been collected and destroyed since Cambodia signed the Mine Ban Treaty in 1997 hoping to bring it…

Sunflower fields, Andalucia, Spain. I love sunflowers this would be amazing to see in person!

Sunflower fields, Andalucia, Spain. I love sunflowers this would be amazing to see in person!

The deepest pool in the world, named the Y-40 Deep Joy, the pool is now the star attraction at the Hotel Millepini, located in the Montegrotto Terme resort area, near Venice. Reaches a depth of 42 meters (138 feet), a space that could easily accommodate a 13-story building

The deepest pool in the world, named the Y-40 Deep Joy, the pool is now the star attraction at the Hotel Millepini, located in the Montegrotto Terme resort area, near Venice. Reaches a depth of 42 meters (138 feet), a space that could easily accommodate a 13-story building

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