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Images Dated 25th July 2015

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Gnalodden cliff in Hornsund, Svalbard, Norway Featured 25 Jul 2015 Print

Gnalodden cliff in Hornsund, Svalbard, Norway

The name Gnalodden is derived from the adjacent bird cliff Gnalberget (759 m. a. s. l. ), which is home to thousands of nesting black-legged kittiwakes and Brunnichs guillemots. These birds are responsible for the constant noise during the nesting season that has given the place its name (gnal means nagging in Norwegian). Amongst the trappers the site was called Fuglefjell (the bird cliff). The satellite station located here was difficult to access from land, due to the dangers involved in crossing glaciers and steep slopes, ending in cliffs. But a landing in Gnalodden offers an exciting landscape, proximity to birdlife and a historic walk between cultural remains. The place also offers good growth conditions for plantlife and many alpine plant species are easily accessible

© Cindy Miller Hopkins/Danita Delimont

Close up on the New Cathedral of Salamanca, Spain Featured 25 Jul 2015 Print

Close up on the New Cathedral of Salamanca, Spain

A view on a part of the faA?ade of the new Cathedral of Salamanca, located in the city centre of Salamanca, Castilla y LeA?n, Spain. Built in the period of 1513-1733 and designed by architect Juan Gil de HontaA?A?n, the building has been given elements of Plateresco, Baroque and Gothic styles. Including a view on a cupola, the rooftop and other decorations. Unesco World Heritage Site

Panoramic view on interior of the New Cathedral of Salamanca, Spain Featured 25 Jul 2015 Print

Panoramic view on interior of the New Cathedral of Salamanca, Spain

A Panoramic view on a part of the interior of the new Cathedral of Salamanca, located in the city centre of Salamanca, Castilla y LeA?n, Spain. Built in the period of 1513-1733 and designed by architect Juan Gil de HontaA?A?n, the building has been given elements of Plateresco, Baroque and Gothic styles. Including a view on the altar, the ceiling, windows, and several columns inside the Cathedral. Unesco World Heritage Site