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Forgotten Landmark-Aqueduc de Toustain, Petit-Appeville, Normandy, France

Aqueduc de Toustain (239-291 Rues des Fontaines, Le Petit-Appeville)

This is an entrance to a dry subterranean channel dug in 1558 to lead the waters of the Scie to the town and castle of Dieppe, 1.8 miles to the east. 75 more words

France

Forgotten Natural Landmark-Providence Canyon State Park, Lumpkin, GA

Providence Canyon State Park (Georgia Highway 39C, between Lumpkin and Florence, Georgia)

Georgia’s “Little Grand Canyon” is a testament to the power of man’s influence on the land. 69 more words

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Forgotten Landmark-Castle at Neuf-Marche, Neuf-Marche, Bray Valley, France

“The village of Neufmarché, about a league from Gournay, on the right bank of the Epte, still retains a small part of its castle, built by Henry I, to command the passage of the river, and to serve as a barrier against the incursions of the French. 137 more words

France

Church-like Prison

The Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia is a former prison and now it’s a historical site.

This prison is famous not just because several notorious criminals were serving there. 62 more words

Wanderlust

a Nighttime Spectacle: Gyeongbokgung at Night

Forty years ago, Seoul installed the first subway system in the country. Sixty nine years ago, Korea won it’s independence from colonial rule. And while the Western world was gearing up for the first World War and the rise of socialist movements one hundred and four years ago, Korea ceased to be ruled by a monarchy. 326 more words

Korea

Forgotten Landmark-Saint Valéry Church, Varengeville sur Mer, France

Saint-Valéry Church (Route de l’Eglise, north of Chemin En Impasse, Varengeville sur Mer)

The Saint-Valéry Church in Varengeville-sur-Mer is perched on top of the cliffs of Ailly, hidden among gardens and woods bordering the cliff and overlooks the sea from a height of 84 metres. 188 more words

France

Forgotten Landmark-Saint Valéry Church, Varengeville sur Mer, France

Saint-Valéry Church (Route de l’Eglise, north of Chemin En Impasse, Varengeville sur Mer)

The Saint-Valéry Church in Varengeville-sur-Mer is perched on top of the cliffs of Ailly, hidden among gardens and woods bordering the cliff and overlooks the sea from a height of 84 metres. 188 more words

Forgotten Landmarks