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Inundación. Junio, 1888. Calle Real de Guanajuato (Madero).  //pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Años 30´s Portal de las Tullerías. 1890.Entrenamiento Club León, 1946. Estadio Fernández Martínez. //pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Tranvía, 1888.La Plaza y su kiosco.

Inundación. Junio, 1888. Calle Real de Guanajuato (Madero). //pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Años 30´s Portal de las Tullerías. 1890.Entrenamiento Club León, 1946. Estadio Fernández Martínez. //pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Tranvía, 1888.La Plaza y su kiosco.

Here's Definitive Proof The Photos Of The Sphinx Covered In Snow Are Fake

Here's Definitive Proof The Photos Of The Sphinx Covered In Snow Are Fake

Not even the same material or situations, clearly replaced and covered up. snow on sphinx for the first time in 112 years - designboom

1895. Plaza de San Gregorio (actual plaza de Chueca). Fotografía de Franzen | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos

Plaza San Gregorio actual Plaza de Chueca, Madrid / Square of St Gregory…

Terracotta horse statue, done in the Bei Wei style. Wei dynasty, the longest lived and most powerful of the northern Chinese dynasties before the reunification of China under the Sui and Tang dynasties, founded by Tabgatch tribesmen who, like many of the nomads inhabiting the frontiers of northern China, were of uncertain origin. Their language was basically Turkish, and scholars presume that their ancestry can be traced to proto-Turkish, proto-Mongol, or Xiongnu peoples but non-Han Chinese.

Terra Cotta Horse Statue w Musician Rider. Could be inspiration for a teapot - unicorn teapot? Spout would be like an oil spout, so that it doesn't shoot straight out

tammuz:  One of two Babylonian lions at the Oriental Institute Museum in Chicago, dating back to 575 BCE. In the equivalent of Babylon’s Time Square, 120 life-size lions symbolizing the goddess Ishtar lined the walls of the Processional Street, where the entire city celebrated the New Year: the Resurrection of Tammuz, the Babylonian god of harvest. The Oriental Institute Museum at the University of Chicago, Chicago, IL. Photo by Babylon Chronicle

tammuz: “One of two Babylonian lions at the Oriental Institute Museum in Chicago, dating back to 575 BCE. In the equivalent of Babylon’s Time Square, 120 life-size lions symbolizing the goddess Ishtar.

A Unique, Exceptional, and Important Greek Electrum Stater Attributed to an Uncertain Ionian Mint, of Superb Style  Asia Minor, uncertain mint Stater circa 520-500, EL 14.02 g. Forepart of winged lion l. Rev. Rectangular incuse punch with partially raised square patterns.

Greek Electrum Stater Attributed to an Uncertain Ionian Mint, of Superb Style Asia Minor, uncertain mint Stater circa EL g. Forepart of winged lion l. Rectangular incuse punch with partially raised square patterns.

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Secret Societies: Inside the Freemasons, the Yakuza, Skull and Bones, and the World’s Most Notorious Secret Organizations

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