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The majority of miners and people who worked in mining and the mining communities...

*Walls by Immigrants* The majority of miners and people who worked in mining and the mining communities of Arizona were immigrants from Ireland, Germany, Italy and Mexico. These are in Chase Creek, Arizona which is part of Clifton near the Morenci copper mines. According to + Stan McCann there has been a danger of the old downtown flooding many times. Now I understand why the flood control tunn...

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Kraków Bazylika św. Michała Archanioła i św. Stanisława Biskupa i Męczennika, czyli Kościół na Skałce zbudowany w IX lub X w., przebudowany w XIV i ostatecznie w latach 1733-1751 architekt wersji współczesnej: Antoni Solari foto z dnia 10 września 2016

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Nowy Sącz Kościół Najświętszego Serca Pana Jezusa, 1897-1899 (do 1937 kościół św. Elżbiety Węgierskiej), popularnie zwany “kolejowym” architekt: Teodor Talowski foto z dnia 17 września 2016 zobacz także tutaj

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Kraków ul. Sławkowska 22 Kamienica Domżałowska, zwana także Romerowską zbudowana w XIV w.; obecną fasadę zyskała w drugiej poł. XVIII w., należąc wtedy do generała majora wojsk koronnych i piątego ordynata mysłowickiego Felicjana Mieroszewskiego (1724-1806) oraz jego żony Heleny z Łętowskich foto z dnia 28 sierpnia 2016

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Carving of Persian (rounded hats) and Achaemedian Soldiers in traditional costume with Farvahar on Persepolis, Iran.

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Stone slab bearing a Greek dedication to the Egyptian deities Isis and Serapis from one Marcus Agelleius, with a carved ear representing the deities’ heeding the prayers of their devotees. Artist unknown; 1st cent. BCE. Now in the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki. Photo credit: Gts-tg/Wikimedia Commons.

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