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Dr Lehwess - Round the World By Car - at Moorlake Featured Related Images Print

Dr Lehwess - Round the World By Car - at Moorlake

Dr Lehwess Round the world by car - 1902 - a commemorative card from Moorlake, Germany. A journey attempted by Dr Lehwess in his car Passe Partout'. Setting out from London, Dr Lehwess intended to travel via Paris, St. Petersburg, Siberia, across to Japan, on, via the Sandwich Islands, to San Francisco, Mexico, New Orleans, Chicago and finally to New York - a journey intended to take eight months. Lehwess travelled in a motor caravan (painted yellow) built by Panhard et Levassor, but only got as far as Gorki before the cylinders cracked and it was abandoned in a snowdrift

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Tent Rocks Slot Canyon Featured Related Images Print

Tent Rocks Slot Canyon

Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument is manged by the BLM with the Pueblo de Cochiti and is located 35 miles south of Santa Fe, New Mexico. The cone-shaped tent rock formations are the results of volcanic eruptions that happened 6 to 7 million years ago. The bands of layering volcanic material show grey, beige and pink-colored rock. The trail from the parking lot accesses two trails, and these photos were taken from the Canyon Trail, a 1.5 mile hike up a narrow, steep canyon. This canyon was formed by wind and water erosion

The Catholic Icons of Santo Domingo de JuA¡rez Church in Oaxaca, Mexico Featured Related Images Print

The Catholic Icons of Santo Domingo de JuA¡rez Church in Oaxaca, Mexico

This is an architectural image of the Spanish Baroque ceiling of Santo Domingo de Guzman in the historic city center of Oaxaca, Mexico. This active Catholic Church was established in the 16th century by Dominican priests. The Church of Santo Domingo de Guzman is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site