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Front facade of an eclectic Chinese Shophouse in Penang, Malaysia. It exhibits the architectural style preferred by Southern Chinese who were brought to Malaysia to work in George Town and in the tin mines in Perak

Click on title to view photo in large format. Front facade of a Chinese Shophouse in Penang, Malaysia. This is a prime example of the “Southern Chinese Eclectic” architectural style preferred...

Chinese Shophouse Row in Penang, Malaysia, built in the "Early Straits" eclectic style, between 1890'2s and 1910

Click on title to view photo in large format. Chinese Shophouse Row in George Town, on the island of Penang, Malaysia. The “Early Straits” eclectic architectural style of this block of...

The Pacific War Memorial on the island of Corregidor in Manila, Philippines, was constructed in 1968 was built by the United States Government to honor the American and Filipino servicemen who participated in the Pacific War

Click on title to view photo in large format. The very moving Brothers in Arms sculpture on Corregidor Island in Manila, Philippines honors the American and Filipino servicemen who fought in...

Corregidor Island Lighthouse on the island of Corregidor, at the entrance to Manila harbor in the Philippines

Click on title to view photo in large format. Corregidor Island Lighthouse sits on the highest point of the island of Corregidor in the Philippines. The original lighthouse, completed in 1853,...

London's financial district and Tower of London, seen from the Tower Bridge

Click on title to view photo in large format. London’s financial district and the Tower of London, seen from the Tower Bridge across the River Thames. Notable among the gleaming skyscrapers,...

The long strand of Brighton Beach leads to the world famous Brighton Pier in Brighton, England

Click on title to view photo in large format. Brighton Pier, stretching 1,722 feet into the English Channel, is generally regarded as the most magnificent pier ever built. It began life...