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BeijingBeijing's Forbidden City was China's imperial palace for around 500 years, from 1420 until 1912. It now houses the Palace Museum.

 Petra, Jordan: The 43-meter-high facade of Al-Khazneh, also known as the Treasury, is one of the first sights to greet visitors to the ancient Jordanian city of Petra, built more than 2,000 years ago by the Nabataeans

Siem Reap, Cambodia: UNESCO World Heritage site Angkor Wat is the largest religious structure in the world. The 41-acre temple complex was built to the Hindu god Vishnu by the Khmer King Suryavarman II in the early 12th century.

MoscowMoscow's Red Square is pictured during a February snowfall. St Basil's Cathedral appears background left, and the Kremlin's Spasskaya tower is on the right.

 Catania, Italy: Crowds gather in Catania on February 5 for a religious festival celebrating Saint Agatha, a Christian martyr and the city's patron saint. 

Sigiriya, Sri Lanka: Located 160 kilometers north of Colombo, the ancient rock fortress of Sigirya was built in the fifth century by King Kassapa I. 

 London: Chiswick House's Magic Lantern Festival is an annual part of London's Lunar New Year celebrations. The 2017 event takes a Silk Road theme and features more than 50 illuminations, an ice rink, street food stalls and a pop-up ice bar. The festival finishes February 26.

Potsdam, Germany: Sanssouci was the summer palace of Frederick the Great, who was King of Prussia from 1740 until 1786. It was built in the Rococo style and is regarded as Germany's answer to France's Palace of Versailles

Gaza City: Palestinians enjoy the sunset on one of the city's beaches. Gaza City is home to about half a million people

Dallol, Ethiopia: A sulfur lake is pictured in Ethiopia's Danakil Depression. At 100 meters below sea level, it's one of the hottest places on Earth. Temperatures here have been known to reach 125 F (51.6 C).

 Kathmandu, Nepal: A child wheels his bike through UNESCO World Heritage site Bhaktapur Durbar Square, a former royal plaza filled with temples, statues and other landmarks.

London: A real peasouper: The south of England was wrapped in freezing fog mid-January, with London's Houses of Parliament and the Elizabeth Tower -- better known as Big Ben
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