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Locals and tourists flock to take in the panoramic city views from Ankara Castle, one of the Turkish capital’s oldest sights, dating back to the Roman, Seljuk and Ottoman Empires. The overlook reveals the many red-tiled roofs of old Ankara’s historic houses, and more modern buildings in the ever-growing city. IMB Photo

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A sprawling scenic view of Bogotá, Columbia, the capital city. It’s one of the highest capitals in the world – located at around 8,660 feet above sea level – and also has an urban population of nearly 10 million spilling across the Andes mountains and the savannah. IMB Photo

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A scenic view of Bogotá, the capital city of Columbia. Thirteen of the 100 most populous cities in the world are located in the Americas. IMB Photo

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Panoramic city views from Ankara Castle, one of the Turkish capital’s oldest sights, dating back to the Roman, Seljuk and Ottoman Empires. The overlook reveals the many red-tiled roofs of old Ankara’s historic houses, and more modern buildings in the ever-growing city. A single minaret spire appears in the foreground of the vista, used to stretch above the city line and allow for the Islamic call to prayer to echo across the city. Around 99% of the population is Sunni Muslim. IMB Photo

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Tourists and locals flock to one of the many restaurants in the Roman Ghetto district. This small neighborhood is delimited by the Tiber River on one side and by Venice Square on the other. While steeped in cultural and religious history, today, this area of Rome, Italy, is filled with quaint restaurants and shops in the old buildings. IMB Photo

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Panoramic view at dusk over Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic. Europe is the most lost continent on earth with less than 1% evangelical Christians. As the influence of historically religious cultures fade into the world of secularism and relevant truth, the need for the gospel is ever expanding. IMB Photo

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The sun sets overlooking the gondolas at Saint Mark’s Square in Venice, Italy.

Piazza San Marco, Saint Mark’s Square, is the heart of Venice. As the largest square in the city Saint Mark’s Square has always been the location of important government buildings and other facilities central to the goings on in Venice.

Basilica di San Marco, or Saint Mark’s Cathedral, is the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic diocese of Venice. It is the one of the best-known examples of Italo-Byzantine architecture.

The cathedral declares the wealth of Venice over centuries with its domes and turrets and gold mosaic standing out over the square.

Saint Mark’s Square, as well as being the largest square, is also one of the largest open spaces in Venice, a big contrast to the winding alleys and lanes within Venice.

The square is at the end of the Grand Canal and the waterfront is a delight going eastwards, a wide promenade.

In front of the square are the water bus stops and water taxi jetties; it is also the most popular location for taking gondola rides. IMB Photo

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The sun sets overlooking the gondolas at Saint Mark’s Square in Venice, Italy.

Piazza San Marco, Saint Mark’s Square, is the heart of Venice. As the largest square in the city Saint Mark’s Square has always been the location of important government buildings and other facilities central to the goings on in Venice.

Basilica di San Marco, or Saint Mark’s Cathedral, is the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic diocese of Venice. It is the one of the best-known examples of Italo-Byzantine architecture.

The cathedral declares the wealth of Venice over centuries with its domes and turrets and gold mosaic standing out over the square.

Saint Mark’s Square, as well as being the largest square, is also one of the largest open spaces in Venice, a big contrast to the winding alleys and lanes within Venice.

The square is at the end of the Grand Canal and the waterfront is a delight going eastwards, a wide promenade.

In front of the square are the water bus stops and water taxi jetties; it is also the most popular location for taking gondola rides. IMB Photo

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The Grand Canal and the Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute of Venice, Italy. The Grand Canal is a channel in Venice, Italy. It forms one of the major water-traffic corridors in the city. The Grand Canal of Venice, also known as Canalazzo, is the most important waterway sweeping through this amazing city.

While the ancient canal measures 3.8 kilometers long, it snakes through Venice in a large S shape and splits the city in two. Starting from the Saint Mark’s Basin to a lagoon near the Santa Lucia railway station, the grand canal passes through the central districts of Venice with many magnificent buildings (erected between the 12th and 17th centuries) testifying the wealth and beauty of the city.

Santa Maria della Salute, commonly known simply as the Salute, is a Roman Catholic church and minor basilica located at Punta della Dogana in the Dorsoduro sestiere of the city of Venice, Italy. It is one of the most popular churches in Venice. It is prominently positioned near the entrance to the Grand Canal. IMB Photo

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A view from inside the skyline of Tokyo, Japan. While the population of Japan is over 120 million, only 0.3% are evangelical believers. The Japanese people are in desperate need of spiritual freedom from fear, shame, apathy, and loneliness. IMB Photo

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A monk walks in Punakha Dzong, an administrative center for the Punakha region in the Kingdom of Bhutan.

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Portrait of a man in Paro, the Kingdom of Bhutan.

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Built as a mausoleum by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his third wife, Mumtaz Mahal, the Taj Mahal in Agra, India, was completed in 1653. Millions of people visit every year.

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People walk down train tracks in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

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Rickshaw drivers cross train tracks in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

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Traffic in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

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A riverside slum in Dhaka, Bangladesh, contrasts starkly with the luxurious homes and hotels across the river.

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Homes in a suburb of Mumbai, India, sit in stark contrast to the tall skyscrapers of the city.

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Port Hercules in Monaco is full of millionaires’ yachts.

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Elementary school children at the prestigious International School of Monaco play football on the school’s rooftop with an incredible view of Port Hercules and Monte Carlo.

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