Terror and Destruction in Rome
St. Peter's Basilica
Love Lock Bridge
The Sistine Chapel
Flight over the Alps
Patriotic Lake Tahoe
View from the Top
Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival 2014
Vintage Italian Cars
Tiles of Tuscany
Roman StatuesOne of the nearly 400 statues housed at Rome's Villa Borghese gallery.
Spanish ArchitectureMany of Spain's doorways are influenced by it's colonial style, much like this one, pictured at the Pablo Picasso museum.
Duomo TerraceThe Duomo Terrace is a rarely visited location by the general public and tourist population. The top of the dome can be accessed by purchasing a ticket.
NyhavnNyhavn (pronounced New-haun) is one of Copenhagen's most expensive and most visited pedestrian streets.
Terror and Destruction in RomeA temporary exhibition of Roman war, as displayed in Rome's Villa Borghese gallery.
St. Peter's BasilicaSt. Peter's Basilica is a centerpiece of the Vatican City and the Catholic church. Construction began in April of 1513, but the basilica was not completed until the mid-1500s.
Love Lock BridgeParis' "Love Lock Bridge" is famous for tourists and locals alike placing locks on the railings and throwing away the key.
The Colosseum was the home of terror and entertainment during the Roman Empire, and was constructed in seven years. The landmark attracts more than 4 million visitors each year.
The Sistine ChapelThough the fresco ceiling of the Sistine Chapel was painted by Michelangelo, frescoes on the walls were painted by Botticelli.
Piazzale MichelangeloPiazzale Michelangelo, which offers world-famous panoramic views of the city of Florence, Italy, was designed and built in 1869 by Florentine architect Giuseppe Poggi.
Flight over the AlpsThe Alps are a mountain range which spans over parts of six European countries such as Germany, France, Switzerland, Italy, Austria, and Yugoslavia.
Patriotic Lake TahoeLake Tahoe, which is split between the American states of California and Nevada, offers visitors a number of nature activities such as water sports and skiing.
View from the TopThe view from the "Top of the Rock" atop New York City's 30 Rockefeller Center. The building is home to NBC and some of it's famous programs, such as "Saturday Night Live" and "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon."
Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival 2014Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival draws more than 80,000 visitors a year, over two weekends. In 2014, festival headliners included Outkast, Muse, and Arcade Fire.
Elana Frank, 21, admires her mother on their last night together prior to Elana's return to William & Mary College.
Vintage Italian CarsOne of the three vintage Italian cars owned by Tuscany native, Victor Poggi.
Italian WineRosé wine graces the lunch table of students spending a semester studying in Florence, Italy.
Duomo BaptistryFlorence's Duomo Baptistry is one of the city's oldest buildings, and was constructed between 1059 and 1128.
Tiles of Tuscany
Golden MunichThe vibrant city of Munich is home to street performers and other artists, attracting spectators in public squares.
Spanish Markets"Bar Central", also known as "La Boqueria," is one of Europe's largest central marketplaces.
Parisian BookstandsBookstands owned by Parisian locals add to the city's rich charm and culture.
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