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Berlin: Treptower park, the Victory day :: The monument was inspired by an occasion upon which Nikolay Masalov, a Soviet soldier, saved a German girl. After the collapse of the Soviet Union and especially when the monument was dismounted during German reunification, rumors persisted that this episode was nothing but Soviet propaganda. However officially confirmed documents exist that substantiate at least 5 cases when Russian solders delivered small German children to orphanages during the Battle of Berlin. <a href="">Wikipedia</a>.
Istanbul: Sultanahmet :: Picture #23
New York: the Met, entrance and Egypt section :: Picture #25

Designed in 1929 for the Universal Exhibition, the Font Màgica (magic fountain) is a must-see in Barcelona. It was intended to show what could be achieved with filtered electrical light. After many years of disuse, the fountain was restored for the 1992 Olympic Games.Over 3000 workers were commissioned to work on the project and less than 1 year later the magic fountain was born.The project, designed by the engineer Carles Buigas consisted of a series of cascades and fountains between the Palau National, the main exhibition center on the Montjuïc, and the Plaça d'Espanya at the foot of the hill.Picture #4
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Picture #18Picture #19Palau Nacional and a big cascade.
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