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Bahá’í Temple, North America

LAT 42°N | LONG 88° E

This is one of seven Bahá’í Temples in the world. Located near Chicago, it has nine sides and nine gardens, and features symbols of many faiths.

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Galaxy of Andromeda

Outer Space

About 2.5 million light-years away, this galaxy is the Milky Way's largest neighbor and one of 10 that can be seen from Earth with the naked eye.

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Grand Canyon

LAT 36˚ N | LONG 113˚ W

Created by the Colorado River, this gorge in Arizona is 277 miles (446 km) long. It has five ecosystems, from mountain to desert, and prehistoric American Indian ruins.

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Great Pyramids

LAT 30°N | LONG 32° E

About 4,500 years ago, Egyptians built these royal tombs. The largest has sides about 775 feet (230 m) long. Some stones weight 15 tons (13.6 metric tons)!

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Great Wall of China

LAT 15°N | LONG 102°

It took many centuries to complete the Great Wall of China, a barrier built to keep out invaders. It stretches about 5,500 miles (8,852 km) long.

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Iceland

LAT 64˚ N | LONG 19˚ W

The northern lights, or aurora borealis, in Landmannarlaugar, Iceland. They appear most often in polar areas and form when charged particles from the sun collide with gas atoms in the air.

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Paris, France

LAT 49°N | LONG 2° E

Paris, the world’s most visited city, is known as the City of Light. It’s home to numerous architectural wonders, including the Eiffel Tower.  

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Perito Moreno Glacier

LAT 51˚ S | LONG 73˚ W

Glaciers, like this one in the Patagonia region of Argentina, store about 70% of Earth’s fresh water. Many are melting due to climate change.

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Planet Earth

Milky Way Galaxy

Earth is the only planet in the universe known to support life, due to large amounts of water. It’s about 93 million miles (149.6 million km) from the sun.

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Shrine of the Báb and Gardens

LAT 33°N | LONG 35° E

The Shrine of the Báb in the garden terraces in Haifa, Israel is among the most sacred sites in the Bahá’í Faith. The Báb (1819–1850) is honored as a Messenger of God.

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San Rafael Falls

LAT .1˚ S | LONG 77˚ W

With a drop of 480 feet (146 m), this waterfall is the largest in Ecuador. The country is also home to about 1600 bird species.

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Sydney Opera House

LAT 33°S | LONG 151° E

Built on a harbor, the iconic roof of this performing arts center resembles sails in the wind. New engineering techniques were used to build it.

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Did you know? Bald eagles can have a wingspan of 8 feet (2.4 m) and fly 10,000 feet (3 km) high.
Did you know? Victoria Falls, between Zambia and Zimbabwe, is Earth’s largest waterfall—over a mile (1.6 km) wide.
Did you know? Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park has red standstone buttes up to 1,000 feet (305 m) high.
Did you know? Glaciers, formed by years of layered snow, store about 70% of Earth’s fresh water.
Did you know? Your brain can send signals as fast as 268 miles an hour (431 km / hour).