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Musicians dressed in traditional Bavarian clothes play in front of the Alp mountains panorama near the Zugspitz plateau.

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People enjoy the sunny weather during a walk over a bridge in a park in Oberhausen, Germany.

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Tourists sit on a hill overlooking Athens outside the archaeological site of the Acropolis.

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Participants of the ASEAN Rickshaws Run travel on the street after they were flagged off from the ASEAN Secretariat building in Jakarta. About 66 people from 12 countries participated in the rally from Jakarta to Thailand's capital Bangkok. Participants are expected to reach the 3,000-km finishing line on Sunday, October 30. The event is held to promote relations and connectivity between ASEAN nations.


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Visitors walk past the Statue of Liberty and part of the New York skyline, constructed out of lego bricks, at Miniland at Legoland Florida during its grand opening celebration in Winter Haven, Florida.

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A girl looks at a large bust of Albert Einstein created out of lego bricks, displayed at Legoland Florida during its grand opening celebration in Winter Haven, Florida.

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Exhibition officer Amy Concannon (R) and designer Eric Pearson install a storyboard next to Canadian artist Frederick Horseman Varley's 1921 oil painting Stormy Weather, Georgian Bay at the Dulwich Picture Gallery in London.

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The Norwegian Jewel cruise ship sails past Lower Manhattan and One World Trade Center after leaving its port on the Hudson River in New York.

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An improved change room for the Rideau Canal skateway is shown in a photo illustration handout from the National Capital Commission. Canada's largest skating rink is being spruced up this year with some cutting-edge chalets - thanks in part to the global economic meltdown.

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A mountain hiker transcending the Garsellikopf approaches the Three Sisters mountains, seen ibackground, near Planken, Liechtenstein, Germany.

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A sunset at Onetangi Beach on Waiheke Island in the Hauraki Gulf near Auckland, New Zealand.

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Thousands of Jewish men and women participate in a mass Cohanim prayer (priest's blessing) during the annual week-long pilgrimage festival of Sukkot, or the feast of the Tabernacles, at the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City on October 16, 2011.

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A sports fisherman tries his luck while enjoying one of the last days of Indian summer at Liptovska Mara dam on October 19, 2011. Liptovska Mara is Slovakia's popular holiday destination visited by many local Polish and Czech sports fishermen.

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caption: A surfer rides a wave at the pier in Seal Beach, California.

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Belgian explorers Dixie Dansercoer and Sam Deltour (L) pose after presenting their plan to break the world record for the longest autonomous and non-motorised polar expedition at a news conference in Brussels October 18, 2011. They will travel across Antarctica for 100 days, covering more than 6,000 kilometres with the aid of kites and compact sleds.

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A woman views a sculpture of an upturned shopping trolley, part of a campaign against human trafficking, in Trafalgar Square in central London.

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A child watches the Breitling Jet Team perform aerobatics over the Mediterranean Sea from a beach in Tel Aviv.

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A group of Belgian tourists look at souvenirs for sale as they visit the Giraffe Centre in Karen on the outskirts of Nairobi, Kenya.

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Jane's Carousel is shown in Brooklyn, N.Y. The carousel, built in 1922 by the Philadelphia Toboggan company of Germantown, Penn., was originally installed in Idora Park in Youngstown, Ohio. Jane's Carousel is now located on the Brooklyn waterfront between the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges.

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The ParoTaktsang Palphug Buddhist monastery, also known as the Tiger's Nest, is photographed in Paro district, Bhutan.

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