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Abandoned cement works that operated between 1900 and 1995 Featured Places Print

Abandoned cement works that operated between 1900 and 1995

Abandoned cement works that operated between 1900 and 1995, providing raw materials from its own quarries and making world-quality cement. The first cement works in Australia led to the establishment and naming of the town of Portland. The industrial landscape is regarded as important heritage for the State, as a long-term, single-industry town. Portland near Lithgow, New South Wales, Australia

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The Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion Featured Places Print

The Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion

The Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion, located at 14 Leith Street. Built in 1880s by a Chinese merchant, the building now operates as a museum and bed and breakfast hotel. The distinctive blue paint is a lime wash using dye from the indigo plant. George Town, Penang Island, Malaysia

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19th Century, Accommodation, Asian, Blue, Calligraphy, Chinese, Colonial Architecture, Colourful, Detail, Door, Doorway, Entrance, Exterior, Famous Place, Heritage, Hotel, House, Indigo, Lantern, Lime Wash, Malaysian, Peranakan, Restoration, Restored, Rickshaw, Southeast Asia, Tourism, Travel, Travel Destinations, Trishaw, Unesco, Vibrant Colour, Writing

Mesa Arch at sunrise Featured Places Print

Mesa Arch at sunrise

Mesa Arch at sunrise, a pothole arch of Entrada sandstone, Island in the Sky area. When potholes form in slight depressions on exposed rock on the edge of a vertical cliff, they eventually breach the side of the cliff and become enlarged to form an arch such as this. Washer Woman Arch, resembling a figure leaning over a washtub, is the left of the two features in the centre of the images. Canyonlands National Park, Utah, USA

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