Nestled in the heart of the Amazon rainforest lies the remarkable jungle city of Manaus. Its bustling Brazilian port feeds into the Rio Negro river and is a hub for tourists and locals alike. Vibrant buildings sit on stilts above the water while ornate neoclassical churches are scattered across the city.
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Though World War II is remembered most often today through the pages of history books, its physical traces may still be found throughout Europe, and even in the most unlikely of places: the water. Built on the Thames and Mersey estuaries during the 1940s, the Maunsell sea forts (named after their creator, Guy Maunsell) served to deter and report German air raids.
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The Abston Church of Christ
Designed and built over a year and a half as an architectural ode to the wonderful world of Lego, Amy Hughes’s seven foot tall Abston Church of Christ is a testament to the infinite possibilities of creation with limited construction materials. Whimsical in construction and spirit, Hughes dedicated her plastic place of worship to the cat she owned that enjoyed spending time inside the colossal building.