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Sunwapta Lake
Dispersing the clouds
Brazilian Indian
Levitation
This Is New York Too
Russian national measuring instrument of homemade butter
Time
Deer Peer from woodline
Chichester Cathedral Bell Tower
Snow going Up
Seto woman on the cultural festival
GOLDEN TEMPLE COMPLEX - AMRITSAR
Moon over Monument
Vines cover the wall of a log cabin in Alaska.
Spring over Volga river
Errera Channel, Antarctica
Dad and daughter screaming
Neumayer Channel, Antarctica
AMER PALACE
Andvord Bay, Antarctica
Glass House
HEALTHY SOIL
Statues of making nature
12th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
GOLDEN TEMPLE COMPLEX - AMRITSAR

THE HARMANDIR SAHIB, ALSO NAMED AS DARBAR SAHIB IN PUNJABI LANGUAGE AND INFORMALLY REFERRED TO AS THE “GOLDEN TEMPLE” IS A PROMINENT SIKH GURDWARA IN THE CITY OF AMRITSAR, PUNJAB, INDIA. IT WAS BUILT BY THE FOURTH SIKH GURU, GURU RAMDAS SAHIB JI. IN THE 16TH.CENTURY. IN 1604, GURU ARJAN COMPLETED THE ADI GRANTH; THE HOLY SCRIPTURE OF SIKHISM.AND INSTALLED IT IN THE GURDWARA.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 11.2014
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 22, 2014, 11:23 a.m.
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