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The Atomic Bomb Dome in Hiroshima

The Atomic Bomb Dome

A single nuclear device with an explosive power of 15 kilotons of TNT devastated Hiroshima on August 6th, 1945. The Atomic Bomb Dome withstood the blast and became a memorial of the biggest single event mass killing in history.

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Edinburgh Castle seen from Edinburgh City.

Edinburgh Castle

One of the most besieged and attacked places in the world attracts more than two million visitors a year. See for yourself what makes Edinburgh Castle so special.

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The Tower of London.

The Tower of London

Almost a thousand years old and shrouded in legends. What used to be a castle and a prison serves nowadays as storage facility for the crown jewels…

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Walls and towers at Craigmillar Castle

Craigmillar Castle

The ruins of Craigmillar Castle can be found just outside of Edinburgh city. It is one of Scotlands best preserved medieval castles.

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Bastions of Mesocco Castle

Mesocco Castle

Some pictures of Mesocco Castle (Switzerland). Should you get caught in traffic jam while traveling over San Bernardino pass, this ruin is certainly worth a break.

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Main gate at Sforza Castle

Sforza Castle Milan

Originally built in the 15th century, but rebuilt until the early 20th century. No surprise Sforza castle looks quite different that most other castles.

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Meersburg Castle Entrance

Meersburg Castle

There’s a big mystery about Meersburg: Although it is the oldest inhabited castle in Germany, it’s exact age is unknown. The castle was first mentioned

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