Alamo Square is a residential neighborhood in San Francisco, California. It is characterized by Victorian architecture and contains the "Painted Ladies," a row of colorful homes that are often featured on postcards and in photos of the city. Alamo Square Park, the neighborhood's focal point and namesake, is shown at the center of this Overview.

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Granada is the sixth most populous city in Nicaragua, with a municipal population of roughly 123,000. Founded in 1524 by Spanish conquistadors, it is credited by some as being the first European city in mainland America. Since the city evolved centuries before the advent of motorized vehicles, most of its streets are narrow and even today allow only one-way traffic.

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Mount Fuji is an active stratovolcano and the tallest peak in Japan, with an elevation of 12,389 feet (3,776 meters). Fuji has an extremely symmetrical cone, which is snow‑capped for much of the year. During warmer months, climbing routes make it possible for hundreds of thousands of people to scale the volcano.

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The “Staten Island Boat Graveyard” is a marine scrapyard located in Arthur Kill on the northern shore of Staten Island, New York. Founded in the 1930s, it serves as a dumping ground for wrecked tugboats, barges, ferries and other vessels from all decades of the 20th century. Some of these boats have historic significance, including the submarine chaser USS PC-1264 — the first World War II U.S. Navy ship to have a predominantly African-American crew — and the New York City Fire Department fireboat Abram S. Hewitt, which served as the floating command post at the 1904 sinking of the passenger ferry PS General Slocum, a disaster that killed more than 1,000 people.

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Boats and buoys are moored at Elliott Bay Marina, a private marina in Seattle, Washington. Located in the city’s Magnolia neighborhood, it has 1,250 slips ranging in size from 32 to 63 feet (9.75 to 19.2 meters) and 10 miles (16 km) of docks.

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Clusters of reeds cast shadows on the surface of Lake Velence, located in central Hungary. The lake has an area of 10 square miles (26 square km), approximately one-third of which is covered by the common reed. Due to its shallowness and sunny location, Lake Velence is one of the warmest lakes in Europe, with water temperatures around 82°F (28°C) in the summer.

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Agricultural development encircles the towns of Ausim and Shinbari in the Cairo Governorate of Egypt. The towns are located within the fertile area surrounding the Nile River, the country’s main source of water because it has no effective rainfall. The roughly 55 billion cubic meters of water that are used from the river each year represents more than three quarters of the country’s resources for usable water.

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Apple Park is the corporate headquarters of Apple Inc., located in Cupertino, California, USA. It was opened to employees in April 2017, superseding the original "Apple Campus," which opened in 1993. Currently, more than 12,000 employees work in the four-story office building, which has a circumference of 1 mile (1.6 km) and a floor area of 2.8 million square feet (260,000 square meters).

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Beijing Daxing International Airport is the second international airport in Beijing, China. Currently under construction, it is expected to open on September 30, 2019, and plans to accommodate 620,000 flights and 100 million passengers per year by 2025. The terminal building, seen here, is the second-largest single-building airport terminal in the world, with an area of more than 11 million square feet (1 million sq. meters).

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Citrus trees cover the landscape like fingerprints in Isla Cristina, Spain. The climate in this region is ideal for the growth of this produce with an average temperature of 64 degrees (18° celsius) and a relative humidity between 60% and 80%.

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Niagara Falls is the collective name for three waterfalls that straddle the border between Ontario, Canada, and the US state of New York. Horseshoe Falls, the largest of the three, is seen here. The falls have the highest flow rate of any waterfall in the world, with a vertical drop of more than 165 feet (50 meters).

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The medina quarter in Marrakesh, Morocco, is characterized by its winding, maze-like streets. Since the intricately connected honeycomb of alleyways narrows to less than a meter (~ 3 ft) wide in certain spots, the area is generally free from car traffic.

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Cimetière parisien de Pantin is the largest cemetery in Paris, France, both in number of graves and land area. Since opening in November 1886, more than one million people have been buried here, with nearly 5,000 interments taking place each year. Pantin is a garden-style burial ground, with more than 8,000 trees and a network of 20 miles (32 km) of roads that allow motor vehicle access.

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The Indian Wells Tennis Garden is a 29-court complex located on 88 acres (360,000 sq. m) near Palm Springs, California. Its 16,000-capacity "Stadium 1" is the second largest outdoor tennis stadium in the world. Every year, the complex hosts the Indian Wells Masters, also known as the BNP Paribas Open — the best-attended tennis tournament outside of the four Grand Slam tournaments.

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Omaha Beach was one of five key targets in the Allied invasion of Normandy, France, during World War II. Today marks the 75th anniversary of this operation — now known as “D-Day" — which began the liberation of Nazi-occupied France. With its high cliffs, the 5-mile (8 km) stretch of Omaha Beach had heavier casualties than any of the other four targets -- Utah, Gold, Juno, and Sword.

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A yacht cruises around Rottnest Island, located off the coast of Perth, Western Australia. The dark blotches seen in the water are parts of the Kingston Reef — one of five Marine Sanctuary Zones surrounding the island. These zones form a habitat for many species of fish and crustaceans, bottlenose dolphins, blue whales, Australian sea lions, New Zealand fur seals, and migrating humpbacks.

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Mount Taranaki, also known as Mount Egmont, is an active stratovolcano on the west coast of New Zealand’s North Island. A change in vegetation is sharply delineated between the protected national forest that encircles the volcano and the surrounding land comprised of intensively-farmed dairy pastures.

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