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North Fort Myers, Lee County, Florida, USA

North Fort Myers, Lee County, Florida, USA

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Cityscape Of Nagoya, Japan

Cityscape Of Nagoya, Japan

“Nagoya, Japan – Jun 29, 2019. Cityscape of Nagoya, Japan. Nagoya, capital of Aichi Prefecture, is a manufacturing and shipping hub in central Honshu”. Photo by Phuong Nguyen.

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Hello Cebu

Hello Cebu

Photo by Lemuel Montejo.

Hello Cebu

Hello Cebu

Photo by Lemuel Montejo.

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Moscow City. Bird’s Eye View

Moscow City. Bird’s Eye View

“Moscow Cityscape with Kremlin Towers, Moscow river, Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs building, Moscow International Business Center, Cathedral of Christ the Saviour and many others famous buildings and places”. Photo by Trendmicro Ntd.

City Of Fort Myers, Florida, USA Along The Ban…

City Of Fort Myers, Florida, USA Along The Banks Of The Caloosahatchee River

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“Dot Com Bubble” [San Jose City Ha…

“Dot Com Bubble” [San Jose City Hall In San Jose, California]

“Planning for the new San Jose City Hall began in 1996, just two years after the start of the infamous "Dot Com Bubble” that saw speculation in Silicon Valley’s tech companies artificially inflate their values to unrealistic levels. By 2002 the dot com bubble had already burst, but even with a city budget shortfall of $30 million, construction finally started. It was the first time San Jose’s government was based in downtown for over 50 years". Photo by Darin Volpe.

“Dot Com Bubble” [San Jose City Ha…

“Dot Com Bubble” [San Jose City Hall In San Jose, California]

“Planning for the new San Jose City Hall began in 1996, just two years after the start of the infamous "Dot Com Bubble” that saw speculation in Silicon Valley’s tech companies artificially inflate their values to unrealistic levels. By 2002 the dot com bubble had already burst, but even with a city budget shortfall of $30 million, construction finally started. It was the first time San Jose’s government was based in downtown for over 50 years". Photo by Darin Volpe.

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Me: Come On Melbourne, Show Me The Green Light…

Me: Come On Melbourne, Show Me The Green Lights. I Gotta Go, I’ve Got Things To Do. Melbourne: Nah, Albert, You Ain’t Go Any Anywhere.

Photo by Catrall.

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Me: Come On Melbourne, Show Me The Green Light…

Me: Come On Melbourne, Show Me The Green Lights. I Gotta Go, I’ve Got Things To Do. Melbourne: Nah, Albert, You Ain’t Go Any Anywhere.

Photo by Catrall.