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Arches

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Carved marble window and frescoes. Inside the Duomo. Mosque outer wall and guard tower. Peeking inside a house. Archway leading to the plaza beside Dubrovnik Harbor. Mosque visitor’s door. Mausoleum doorway. Lamp. Basilica facing the forum. Women's prayer balcony and the curving staircase leading to the balcony. Red Fort red arches. Large door at the base of the mosque minaret. Guard tower over the Red Fort inner Lahori gate. Labyrinth of colosseum dungeons. Sardar Market entrance gateway. Mahkama du Pacha, the courthouse, almost Verona-like. The forum, foro Romano. East facing side of the Taj Mahal and beyond, the mosque. Arched entry to the Church of the Dormition. Arched walkway on the side of Wiener Minoritenkirche. Balcony. The Colosseum, exterior. The large mosque interior in part. San Niccolo church. Santa Maria Maggiore basilica. Receding arches of the market entranceway. Man in the window. Arch of Caracalla, from the Decumanus Maximus side. White and green banding theme inside the Duomo. Jas Mandir audience hall. East facing side of the Taj Mahal from the assembly hall. Arch of Caracalla. Tomb. Do not park in front of door. Torre del Mangia looks over Piazza del Campo. Fort apartments from outside. Streets of San Gimignano and, center, Torre Pettini. Regnando Umberto Fine Arts Museum. Minaret stands tall over the mosque portico. Raised sarcophagus in the Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque complex. Cenotaph sunset. Inside the Duomo of San Gimignano. Entrance gateway to ancient ruins of Chellah. Mausoleum of King Mohammed V. Doorway with inscription. Ceiling frescoes in the Vatican museum. Palace balcony. Grounds and gardens of the Red fort. Courtyard arches. Arches, windows and turrets.

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