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#25 One of the Twin Petronas Towers, Kuala Lumpur
#23 Rion-Antiron bridge, Greece

 
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No.16 - Statue of Princess Martha of Norway. And I think it is the one in Washington D.C.

 

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#11. The Parthenon, next to Acropolis, in Athens
 

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So, recapping:

#11 The Acropolis, Athens
#12 Gates of the former Presidential Palace, Saigon
#13 Easter parade, Salamanca, Spain
#14 Gates to Versailles, France
#15 Lincoln memorial, Washingto DC (I didn't acknowledg nancypants as being correct, before)

#16 Statue of Princess Martha of Norway, Oslo
#17 Top of the Shwedagon pagoda, Yangon, Burma
#18 Top of the Skydome, Toronto
#19 Still un-named, like the previous laggard, you've seen it a million times.

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#20 monument to the conquerors of space at VDNKh, Moscow
#21 I have it down as the Gaddafi Monument, Ougadougou, Burkina Faso

OK - will try to make it harder ..
 
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Correct



Correct, but its in Oslo. I dodn't now there was one in DC.
I outsmarted myself by thinking that you would be 'tricky' :) Actually 3 copies of the statue.

Crown Princess Märtha is a bronze statue of Crown Princess Märtha of Norway, by Kirsten Kokkin.

It is located at the Norwegian residence, located at Massachusetts Avenue and 34th Street, N.W. Washington, D.C.[1] It was unveiled 18 September 2005.[2] A copy at Palace Park Oslo, was unveiled by King Harald V of Norway on 21 February 2007, on his 70th birthday.[3] A third example was unveiled in Stockholm on 30 October 2008.
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Kalan minaret
Correct - Bukhara, Uzbekistan. When Ghengis Khan invaded the city in 1220 and killed everyone (except the artisans who he took back home) he destroyed everything, but spared this tower because of its beauty.


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