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サン・アントニオ伝道施設群(San Antonio Missions)

Balance an Egg on a Nail Head on Equator (yellow line on the floor) at 2,470 meters (8,103 ft) above sea level, Middle of the World City, Ecuador.
Former Headquarters of the Union of South American Nations (USANUR), La Ciudad Mitad del Mundo
Flow
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Balance an Egg on a Nail Head on Equator at 2,470 meters (8,103 ft) above sea level, Middle of the World City, Ecuador.
The beautiful chaos of creation
Museo Solar Inti Ñan, (latitude 0º0'3''), Middle of the World City at 2,470 meters (8,103 ft) above sea level, Ecuador.
Agave Museum at 2,460 meters (8,070 ft) above sea level, Mitad del Mundo, Ecuador.
Equatorial Monument (latitude 0º0'8''), Middle of the World City at 2,483 meters (8,146 ft) above sea level, Ecuador.
Always a enjoy a scenic walk
Former Headquarters of the UNASUR, Equatorial Monument (latitude 0º0'8''), Middle of the World City at 2,470 meters (8,103 ft) above sea level, Ecuador.
Bun-n-Barrel
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Av. de Los Geodésicos (latitude 0º0'8''), Middle of the World City at 2,470 meters (8,103 ft) above sea level, Ecuador.
The Mirador de Ventanillas, Volcán Pululahua at 2,820 meters (9,251 ft) above sea level, Pululahua Geobotanical Reserve, Ecuador.
Chacana & Equatorial Monument (latitude 0º0'8''), Middle of the World City at 2,483 meters (8,146 ft) above sea level, Ecuador.
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Former Headquarters of the Union of South American Nations (USANUR), La Ciudad Mitad del Mundo
Equatorial Monument (latitude 0º0'8''), Middle of the World City at 2,470 meters (8,103 ft) above sea level, Ecuador.
The Cloud Forest from Equatorial Monument (latitude 0º0'8''), Middle of the World City at 2,470 meters (8,103 ft) above sea level, Ecuador.
Volcán Pululahua at 2,820 meters (9,251 ft) above sea level, Pululahua Geobotanical Reserve, Ecuador.

国名:us United States of America

登録年:2015年

登録基準:(ii)
<span> The site encompasses a group of five frontier mission complexes situated along a stretch of the San Antonio River basin in southern Texas, as well as a ranch located 37 kilometres to the south. It includes architectural and archaeological structures, farmlands, residencies, churches and granaries, as well as water distribution systems. The complexes were built by Franciscan missionaries in the 18</span><sup>th</sup><span> century and illustrate the Spanish Crown’s efforts to colonize, evangelize and defend the northern frontier of New Spain. The San Antonio Missions are also an example of the interweaving of Spanish and Coahuiltecan cultures, illustrated by a variety of features, including the decorative elements of churches, which combine Catholic symbols with indigenous designs inspired by nature.</span>

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