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Belem Tower, Portugal
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Belem Tower is a fortress constructed over the years 1515 to 1519 in the Belem area of Lisbon. The structure’s official name is Torre de São Vicente (St. Vincent’s Tower). In contrast to its beautiful Manueline exterior, this landmark, also known as “our Lady of the River Tagus,” features a water dungeon constructed underground to hold political prisoners. In 1983, it was placed on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, together with the Monastery of the Hieronymites. Today, its interior serves as a museum.
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The world’s most famous clock tower, Big Ben is named for Sir Benjamin Hall, the Parliamentary Commissioner of Works at the time of its completion, who was said to be of imposing stature. This clock tower attached to the Palace of Westminster (British parliament) sounds its quarter hour bell every 15 minutes. When a lamp shines at its top, parliament is in session.
A bulldozer is a construction vehicle that can use its front blade to level ground or its rear ripper to scrape earth and sand and to break up rocks. Categorized as a large bulldozer, the D155AX-6 is used in projects such as civil engineering works and quarrying sites. While a traditional bulldozer blade has a gently curved surface, the Sigma-Blade developed for this model has a profile that resembles the Greek letter sigma when viewed from above. Since it excavates from the central area of the blade, the D155AX-6 is more efficient than other bulldozers.
Castel Sant’Angelo, Italy
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Constructed as a great circular tower surrounded by castle walls, Castel Sant’Angelo is the only castle located within the city of Rome. Built by Roman Emperor Hadrian XIV as his own mausoleum, the structure later came to be used as a castle. Contrary to its name, which means “Holy Angel,” this castle also had a dark side, serving as a prison for political and ideological criminals. Giordano Bruno, a thinker who espoused the heliocentric theory, was imprisoned here for seven years and then burned at the stake. A secret passage connected the castle to the Vatican, and the castle has been used as a place of refuge for the Pope. Today it serves as a military museum.
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This circular stadium built in the days of ancient Rome remains famous today as a favorite sightseeing destination symbolizing Italy. Built on the previous site of an artificial pond in Emperor Nero’s gardens, the elliptical Colosseum is 188 meters in diameter at its widest point and 156 meters at its narrowest. With a height of 48 meters, it is said that to have accommodated 45,000 spectators in the days of the Roman Empire.
Large-scale off-road dump trucks are mostly used to transport earth and sand. While in Japan only dump trucks with load capacities of up to 11 tons can drive on ordinary roads, there is no restriction on the load capacities of off-road dump trucks used on large-scale civil engineering and construction sites and in locations such as mines and quarries. Larger models can carry loads of as much as 300 tons. The HD785-7 has a load capacity of 91 tons, and huge wheels over two meters high.
Eiffel Tower, France
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Recognized around the world as a symbol of Paris, the Eiffel Tower was built for the Paris World Exposition, held in 1889 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution. Named after its designer, Gustave Eiffel, plans for this 320-meter tower and its steel structure and unconventional design encountered initial resistance from devotees of Paris’s historic streetscape. Today, it is a designated World Heritage Site and one of the top sightseeing destinations in Paris.
Forbidden City, China
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Built in the Yuan Dynasty, the Forbidden City was reconstructed during the Ming Dynasty and used as the Chinese imperial palace, serving this purpose until the fall of the Qing Dynasty. Today, it is known as the Palace Museum. The Palace Museum has six gates, including the Tiananmen Gate. Its ancient foundation is the largest in the world in terms of surface area, covering approximately 720,000 square meters. Tiananmen, a center of politics from the Qing Dynasty through the era of Mao Tse-Tung, is where laws were proclaimed.
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The traditional gasshozukuri architecture is an architectural style still practiced in Japan in locations like Shirakawa-go in Gifu Prefecture and Gokayama in Toyama Prefecture. This type of construction, seen exclusively in regions that see heavy snowfall, features a steeply pitched roof to prevent snow buildup. Smoke from the sunken hearth at the center of family life rises up along the roof, warming the rooms on all floors.
The Great Buddha of Todaiji Temple, Japan
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Officially known as the Statue of the Vairocana Buddha, this structure took some 30 years to complete, starting in 743, when Emperor Shomu first ordered the construction of this bronze Buddha. Thanks to many repairs, it has survived despite numerous earthquakes and wars. In 1998, the Great Buddha of Todaiji Temple was named a world heritage site by UNESCO, as one of the historic monuments of ancient Nara. This giant Buddha figure has a sitting height of 1498 cm, of which the head alone accounts for 533 cm.
Great Pyramid of Khufu, Egypt
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The Great Pyramid of Khufu is the largest of the roughly 60 pyramids found on the west bank of the Nile. Composed of some 2.3 million stone blocks weighing 2.5 tons each, this pyramid today measures 230 meters on each side at the base and 137 meters high. Until the construction of the Eiffel Tower, this was the world’s tallest structure.
Himeji Castle, Japan
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Situated in Himeji City in Hyogo Prefecture, Himeji Castle is also known as the White Heron Castle because of the way that its soaring, white stucco walls resemble a graceful heron taking flight.
The castle sits atop a hill called Himeyama, or Mt. Hime, at an altitude of 45.6m. The very top of the main castle tower, with its five stories and six levels, is 92m above sea level.
The first castle at Himeyama was constructed in 1346. Hashiba Hideyoshi later added a three storey tower. The castle in its current form was completed by Ikeda Terumasa in 1610. The castle is full of defensive features, such as narrow passageways that prevent large numbers of attackers from entering en masse, and loopholes through which bows and muskets could be used to repel invaders. However, in its four hundred year history, the castle was never attacked and has survived to this day in its present state. The castle was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1993.
A hydraulic excavator is a construction machine that can be used with attachments for a wide range of purposes. It can be used with a drill/breaker to break up asphalt or with a scissor-shaped crusher to crush and cut concrete and steel bars. The PC200-8 is a Komatsu hydraulic excavator that was the first in the 20-ton class to pass the most recent emissions restrictions. It incorporates the latest in advanced IT technology, including a remote GPS vehicle management system and a large seven-inch LCD monitor.
Kumamoto Castle, Japan
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Kumamoto Castle, in Japan’s Kumamoto prefecture, was constructed in 1607. It is one of Japan’s most famous castles. At the time of construction, ginkgo trees were planted at the site to ensure its residents would have food even during battles, meaning that the castle was also referred to as Ginnan-jo (castle with ginkgo trees) . The castle’s circumference was built to be approximately 9km long, with a total area of 980,000m². The castle has two towers or tenshukaku at the top, which provide views of everything within a great distance of the castle. The bigger tower is 30m high, and the smaller one is 19m high. The original towers were destroyed in a fire in 1877, and were reconstructed in 1960. In Japan, Kumamoto Castle is known for its construction which made strategic use of the landscape. The beautiful curves of its stone walls become suddenly steep towards the top, a building technique which made it difficult for enemies to break in.
Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy
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Construction on the world-famous Leaning Tower of Pisa, the bell tower of the Pisa Cathedral, began in 1173. However, construction was halted numerous times as the tower began to lean as its weight began to destabilize the ground beneath. It took some 200 years to complete the tower. With a lean that continued to progress even after its completion, the tower underwent thorough repairs from 1990 through 2001, which are intended to keep it from falling over for the next 200 years.
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Moai Statues of Easter Island, Chile
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Construction on the Moai statues on Easter Island (governed by Chile) is said to have begun as early as the eighth century, only to come to an abrupt halt one day in the 17th century. Made of Easter Island’s compressed volcanic ash, these statues may have served a religious purpose. Their true purpose and meaning remain a mystery.
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This magnificent abbey stands atop a rocky islet in the gulf of Saint-Malo, on the northwestern coast of France.
The abbey started as a small chapel dedicated to the Archangel Michael, in the early 8th century, and took around 900 years to evolve into its present state. In 1979, it was designated a World Cultural Heritage Site.
As the result of continuous reconstructions in Romanesque and Gothic styles, the whole islet has the appearance of a single, huge edifice. The abbey spire sits atop the islet’s peak, reaching a height of approximately 150 meters above the sea.
Airship Mooring Mast
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Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany
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Built by King Ludwig II, this castle – “new swan stone” – is located near Füssen in Bavaria, at the end of a romantic roadway. It’s also called the Swan Castle. Construction began September 5, 1869, and ceased when Ludwig II died in 1886, leaving many parts of the plans unbuilt.
Notre-Dame de Paris, France
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Standing on the Ile de la Cite on the river Seine in Paris, this splendid cathedral is the world’s most famous 12th century gothic masterpiece.
This historical giant, constructed over a period of almost 200 years, from 1163 to 1345, witnessed the coronation of the Emperor Napoleon in 1804. The cathedral was listed as a World Heritage Site in 1991.
The front facade of the cathedral features three portals, showing scenes of the Last Judgement, the Virgin Mary and Saint Anne, her mother, in the tympana. The cathedral’s magnificent stained glass rose window is breathtaking. Also, the 69m tall bell tower affords a spectacular view of the whole of Paris.
Osaka Castle, Japan
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Located near the center of Osaka Prefecture, Osaka Castle was built on flat land on the Uemachi Plateau, on the former site of the Ishiyama Honganji Temple. In 1583, Toyotomi Hideyoshi completed construction of this magnificent and splendid castle, which took three years in total. The castle fell in 1615 during the fighting known as the winter siege and summer siege of Osaka. Later, Tokugawa Hidetada rebuilt and greatly remodeled the castle. However, most of this remodeled Osaka Castle was destroyed during the Boshin War. Today’s castle was restored in 1931, based on paintings of the original on folding screens. Together with those in Nagoya and Kumamoto, Osaka Castle numbers among Japan’s three most important castles.
The Parthenon, Greece
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Built in the days of ancient Greece, the Parthenon has looked over the citizens of Athens from atop the Acropolis for more than 2,000 years. Constructed using the Grecian Doric order of architecture, with a structure surrounded by columns with no column foundation, it is said that even in its day the Parthenon was the only structure in the world that combined Doric-order columns with the Ionic-order columns visible in the rear.
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The Akogare was built in 1993 as a training vessel for use by the city of Osaka in international marine training. Since 1994, it has been used in sailing training programs open to all participants aged 10 years and above. In addition to training professional sailors and educating young people in general, it also is used for purposes such as corporate training. In 2000, it was the first Japanese vessel to circle the world by traveling eastward passing through Europe.
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Built in 1937 by Blohm & Voss in Hamburg, Germany, the Sagres II began life as a German Navy training vessel known as the Albert Leo Schlageter. Damaged in World War II, she was subsequently confiscated by the United States and given to Brazil, where she served through 1961 as a training vessel under the name Guanabara. Following a sale to the Portuguese Navy, she became the training vessel Sagres II, a role that continues through today. Her name comes from the Sagres Cape, the site of the world’s first marine school, established by Prince Henry the Navigator in the 15th century. Its sails feature the Cross of Malta, which was emblazoned on sails of Portuguese vessels during the Age of Discovery.
Shuri Castle, Japan
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This castle, estimated to have been constructed during a period extending from the fourteenth through the late seventeenth century, was home to King Sho Hashi of the Ryukyu Islands. This is a typical Ryukyu-style structure, filled with symbols of Ryukyu culture such as a main hall with Chinese-style red-tile roofs and smooth, curving castle walls built of Ryukyu limestone. After being destroyed several times by fire and rebuilt each time, most of the castle was completely destroyed in the Second World War. The Shureimon gate was restored in 1958, followed by restoration of most of the rest of the castle in 1992.
In 2000, Shuri Castle was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and designated as the Gusuku Sites and Related Properties of the Kingdom of Ryukyu.
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The word sphinx in Greek means “strangler.” More commonly, it refers to a creature in Greek mythology with the body of a lion, the head of a woman, and the wings of an eagle. The stone Sphinx in Giza, Egypt, was built to protect the graves in the pyramids. The name Sphinx was assigned by the Greeks, drawing on their own mythological traditions. The original name of the Sphinx remains unknown.
Statue of Liberty, United States of America
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The Statue of Liberty was given to the United States by France in 1876 as a gesture of international goodwill to celebrate the 100th anniversary of American independence. In her right hand, Lady Liberty holds a torch representing freedom; in her left, a tablet inscribed with the date of the Declaration of Independence. The seven points on her crown represent the dream of freedom spreading to the seven seas and continents of the world. The broken chains at her feet symbolize new-found freedom.
Sultan Ahmet Camii, Turkey
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Formally known as Sultan Ahmed Camii, this mosque was built by Sultan Ahmed I, over seven years between 1609 and 1616, and is known as one of the world’s most beautiful Islamic mosques.
Called ‘camii’ in Turkish, the interior walls of the mosque are decorated with around 21,000 beautiful blue and white Iznik ceramic tiles, giving the mosque its more popular name of ‘Blue Mosque’. Some 260 stained glass windows help create a beautifully mystical atmosphere as light streams through them. The mosque is still in use as a place of worship.
The main dome is approximately 43 meters high, with a diameter of approximately 23 meters, and is supported by four marble columns, each measuring roughly 5 meters in diameter. The only mosque in the world to feature six minarets, the Blue Mosque is one of Turkey’s World Heritage sites.
Sydney Opera House, Australia
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Designed by Dutch architect Jorn Utzon, the striking silhouette of the Sydney Opera House, completed in 1973, recalls either the broad white sails of a ship or a row of seashells.
This structure contains an opera hall, a concert hall, and four other halls, The greenery behind the Opera House includes the Royal Botanic Gardens and a school of music. This structure has come to symbolize the city of Sydney.
Taj Mahal, India
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The Taj Mahal is a palatial mausoleum built by the fifth Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his favorite wife. It was built over a period of 22 years, starting from 1632, by approximately 20,000 workers. With a white marble mosque, front gate, and other structures of perfect symmetry, the Taj Mahal is truly a work of art in every detail.
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Tower Bridge, England
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This is the most famous of London’s bridges across the River Thames. This beautiful drawbridge was completed in 1894 after eight years of construction. The bridge features a gothic tower resembling a castle at each end, connected by a glass-walled walkway. A total of 270 meters in length, this bridge has girders that rise from the center to allow passage of large river vessels.
Tower of London, England
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With two layers of castle walls in a hexagonal shape with unequal sides, the Tower of London is one of the oldest buildings in London. It was built in 1078 by England’s King William I, as a citadel centered on the White Tower and intended as a defense against revolt by the people of London. It was remodeled in various ways over the following 500 years, resulting in its current appearance. Although it housed the royal family until the reign of King James I (1603 to 1625), it was later used as a jail for political prisoners, serving as the scene of numerous historical tragedies including the imprisonment of Queen Elizabeth I and a number of executions. This papercraft model represents the White Tower, one of the 13 towers found within the Tower of London.
Giant Airship Imperial Russian
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In the 13th century, windmills were built as power sources to grind grain, draw water, and extract seed oils. In the 15th century, they often were used to reclaim land by drainage. Today, the windmill ranks with the tulips as the best-known symbols of Holland.Kinderdijk, near Rotterdam, is renowned as the place in the Netherlands with the greatest number of windmills. Dutch windmills have become even more popular since the windmills at Kinderdijk and Elshout were declared World Heritage Sites in 1997.