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Jessie Tran

on 24 May 2013

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Transcript of AMAZING

Athens, Greece Athens National Garden Ganges River in Varanasi Varanasi, India Huashan Mountain & Great Wall of China Huayin and Beijing Mount Fuji Honshu Island, Japan Sydney Opera House Sydney, Australia Carnival National Military Park in Gettysburg Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, United States of America Montmorency Falls Quebec, Canada Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Spain Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Northern Patagonia, Chile Dog sledding Kashi Vishwanath Temple Mount Olympus Man Mandir Observatory, Alamgir Mosque (Great Mosque of Aurangzeb) Gyanvapi Mosque AMAZING RACE VISUAL by Jessie Tran and Deion Wilson START>>>>> DONE YAY FINISH LINE! contemeporary art Mount Fuji is an active colcano that also happens to be the highest mountain in Japam, Huashan Mountain is also known as Hua Mt.
It is the steepest mountain in the world and the most dangerous mountain that is visited frequently from tourists and visitors. The Great Wall of China is a magnificent man made wall; that is very historic and winds up and down with the land. The Ganges River is the most sacred and holy river to the Hindus. Many people bathe in this water for good luck and others are cremated in the same water. The Ganges basin is the most heavily populated river basin in the world Mount Olympus is Greece's highest mountain and the home to the Gods of Greek mythology.
This mountain is rich is history and culture Mount Olympus is snowcapped and often has cloud cover. The Athens National Garden is very peaceful and luscious. It is located in the center of the Greek capital just behind the Greek Parliament building. The Garden encloses some ancient ruins, tambours and Corinthian capitals of columns, mosaics. etc.
www.greece-athens.com/place. The Sydney Opera House in Sydney,New South Wales, Australia is one of the most distinctive and famous 20th-century buildings It's also one of the most famous performing arts venues in the world. Tourists -even those with no interest in opera - come purely just to see it. Dog sledding is an unique adventure through the Chilean landscape that allows you to sled and tour across trail and even a volcano. Carnival is a huge celebration and parade that marks the beginning of Lent. Brazil Carnival is rich in vibrant music, exotic costumes and dancing, not to mention all of the people all eating, drinking and merrymaking. This is located on the site where the Battle of Gettysburg, the bloodiest battle that took place in the American Civil War. Montmorency Falls is a waterfall 30 meter higher than Niagara Falls. It is locates off of Autoroute 440. Monmorency falls is also called Parc de la Chute-Montmorency It was hailed instantly as the most important structure of its time because of its impressive design and has been around for more than a decade. With over a hundred exhibitions and more than ten million visitors, this museum has changed the way people think about museums, and it continues to challenge assumptions about the connections between art, architecture, and collecting. Museo Nacional del Prado Madrid, Spain The Prado Museum is Spain's national museum of art in Madrid, founded in 1818 by Ferdinand VII and opened to the public in 1819. The building is one of the finest examples of Spanish Neoclassical architecture. it features one of the world's finest collections of European art, which derives from the royal collections. It is among the richest of all museums in works .
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