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|(also known as the Fátima Shrine or the Sanctuary of Fátima) is a Roman Catholic Marian basilica in Fátima, Portugal. Its construction began in 1928 and it was consecrated in October 1953.|
The basilica is built at the site of the Marian apparitions reported by three Portuguese children in 1917 and known as Our Lady of Fátima.
The tombs of Blessed Francisco Marto, Blessed ...
|The largest Christian church in Cote d'Ivoire Africa.|
|The basilica named after the saint patron of Italy. Some parts of it has been destroyed by the last big earthquake in the area. Recently the Basilica has been totally fixed.|
|Originally build in the IV century by Eustorgio I to receive the remains of the "Re Magi" (The three Kings), this Basilica has been rebuilt in 595 by Eustorgio II.|
In 1164 Friedrick 'Barbarossa' destroyed the Basilica to steal the remains and bring them in Colonia. Unfortunately only fow remains has been given back to the Basilica, at the beginning of the XX century. In 1190 st...
|Mexico City's new central library (grand opening: June 1st, 2006)|
|Small plane in middle of Island appears to be crashed.||12/19/2006||1,505|
|This is an airplane, a 727, turning right after taking off from Mexico City Airport. Shadow can be seen up and to the left.||08/26/2005||456|
|This is where the world famous (and delicious!) Corona Beer is made, Mexico City, Mexico.||09/30/2005||510|
|The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception is a prominent minor basilica of the Roman Catholic Church in the United States dedicated to the patron saint of the nation.||09/15/2005||345|
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Palacio de Bellas Artes (Palace of Fine Arts) is located at Mexico City, Mexico. It is the most important cultural center in Mexico City as well as the rest of the country of Mexico. It is located on the west side of the historic center of Mexico City next to the Alameda Central park. The first National Theater of Mexico was built in the late...
|This is a great looking bus station in Mexico City.|
Connects to the train system. Very modern stations.
|The first big mall in Mexico City.||09/07/2005||524|