Elliðaey[en] is one of the Westman Islands, and the third largest island in Iceland having an area of 0,45 km2. It is believed to have formed in an eruption about 5-6 thousand years. The island is uninhabited, but there is a hunting lodge, as you can see in the image, constructed in 1953. The island is still privately owned and operated by the Elliðaey Hunting Association and is accessible via a rope on its lower east side and by a boat from the mainland.
Panorama view of Los Aguarales de Valpalmas, a rare, fragile and dynamic geological phenomena located near Valpalmas, Zaragoza, Spain. The landscape is the result of water flows over fragile material in a process known as piping[en].
Interior view of St Peter's church in Teruel, Aragón, Spain. The church, of mudéjar[en] style was built in the 14th century and was declared World Heritage in 1986. The decoration, performed between 1896-1902, is a neo-mudéjar[en] style.
The three foundation stones of Aarhus City Hall[en] were laid on September 24, 1938. They are located below the polished, dark grey kidney-shaped capstone seen at the bottom of the stairwell. The capstone was used as the reference point for height adjustment during the entire building period.