Remains of the casle of Montuenga, a fortification of the 11th century located in Montuenga de Soria, Province of Soria, Spain.. Learn more.
Pyrite (Fool’s Gold). Learn more.
Quackenschloß cave near Engelhardsberg in Wiesenttal, Upper Franconia, Germany.. Learn more.
A man working on a glass project after removing it from a kiln in Brooklyn, New York.. Learn more.
Krasnopresnenskaya metro station in Moscow, Russia. Learn more.
Aerial view of “The Hummingbird”, one of the most popular geoglyph of the Nazca Lines, which are located in the Nazca Desert in southern Peru. The geoglyphs of this UNESCO World Heritage Site (since 1994) are spread over a 80 km (50 mi) plateau between the towns of Nazca and Palpa and were made, according to some studies, between 500 B.C. and 500 A.D.. Learn more.
Winged altar at the parish church Gampern, Upper Austria. Lienhart Astl, around 1490–1500.. Learn more.