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A resident looks at a parade marking the 496th anniversary of Panama City, Panama August 15, 2015. Modern-day Panama City includes the historical ruins of the original Panama Viejo settlement founded on August 15, 1519 by Spaniard Pedro Arias Davila, according to local media. (Photo by Carlos Jasso/Reuters)

A resident looks at a parade marking the 496th anniversary of Panama City, Panama August 15, 2015. Modern-day Panama City includes the historical ruins of the original Panama Viejo settlement founded on August 15, 1519 by Spaniard Pedro Arias Davila, according to local media. (Photo by Carlos Jasso/Reuters)
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17 Aug 2015 10:15:00
Young acutus crocodile are pictured at Panagator, a sustainable crocodile farm, on the outskirts of Panama City September 11, 2015. Gladys Vallarino, owner of the farm and of a specialty boutique shop selling items made from crocodiles, says the farm looks after more than 19,000 Acutus and Fuscus species of crocodiles and donates five percent of its crocodiles annually to the Panamanian authorities to be put into the wild. (Photo by Carlos Jasso/Reuters)

Young acutus crocodile are pictured at Panagator, a sustainable crocodile farm, on the outskirts of Panama City September 11, 2015. Gladys Vallarino, owner of the farm and of a specialty boutique shop selling items made from crocodiles, says the farm looks after more than 19,000 Acutus and Fuscus species of crocodiles and donates five percent of its crocodiles annually to the Panamanian authorities to be put into the wild, in accordance with the regulations of the CITES (Convention of International Trade in Endangered Species). The handmade fashion items sell for $200 to $3,000. (Photo by Carlos Jasso/Reuters)
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13 Sep 2015 13:00:00
A woman is helped with adorning her hair with jewelry, part of the traditional clothing known as “Pollera”, before the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos January 10, 2015. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. (Photo by Carlos Jasso/Reuters)

A woman is helped with adorning her hair with jewelry, part of the traditional clothing known as “Pollera”, before the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos January 10, 2015. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. (Photo by Carlos Jasso/Reuters)
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12 Jan 2015 15:46:00
An aerial view of the new Panama Canal expansion project on the Atlantic side of the Panama Canal during an organized media tour by Italy's Salini Impregilo, one of the main sub contractors of the Panama Canal Expansion project, in Panama City May 11, 2016. The newly expanded Panama Canal will be inaugurated on June 26, 2016. (Photo by Carlos Jasso/Reuters)

An aerial view of the new Panama Canal expansion project on the Atlantic side of the Panama Canal during an organized media tour by Italy's Salini Impregilo, one of the main sub contractors of the Panama Canal Expansion project, in Panama City May 11, 2016. The newly expanded Panama Canal will be inaugurated on June 26, 2016. (Photo by Carlos Jasso/Reuters)
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13 May 2016 11:54:00
These are the ambitious plans which suggest skyscrapers of the future may house an entire city. The Endless City project is an award-winning proposal by sure Architecture, who propose turning skyscrapers into complete ecosystems. London is the proposed city for the mixed-use tower – which would feature huge ramps linking different sections of the structure. The company, whose design won the SkyScrapers and SuperSkyScrapers Competition, insist the structure would be a great space-saver in dense cities which have previously spread outwards rather than upwards. (Photo by Caters News)

These are the ambitious plans which suggest skyscrapers of the future may house an entire city. The Endless City project is an award-winning proposal by sure Architecture, who propose turning skyscrapers into complete ecosystems. London is the proposed city for the mixed-use tower – which would feature huge ramps linking different sections of the structure. The company, whose design won the SkyScrapers and SuperSkyScrapers Competition, insist the structure would be a great space-saver in dense cities which have previously spread outwards rather than upwards. (Photo by Caters News)
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08 Sep 2014 10:38:00
A man sleeps between tombstones in front of his single-room home on a hot night in the Cairo Necropolis, Egypt, October 13, 2015. (Photo by Asmaa Waguih/Reuters)

A man sleeps between tombstones in front of his single-room home on a hot night in the Cairo Necropolis, Egypt, October 13, 2015. In the sprawling Cairo Necropolis, known as the City of the Dead, life and death are side by side. Amid a housing crisis in Egypt, and with the population of greater Cairo estimated at about 20 million, people count themselves lucky to have a place to call home in the graveyards that date back hundreds of years. (Photo by Asmaa Waguih/Reuters)
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01 Jan 2016 08:04:00
Kale grows at Kajodlingen farm in Gothenburg, Sweden, September 28, 2016. (Photo by Maxim Shemetov/Reuters)

Kale grows at Kajodlingen farm in Gothenburg, Sweden, September 28, 2016. They are doing it on the rooftops, on tower block balconies and even on a disused railway: Swedes have discovered a passion for urban gardening as a way of growing fresh food and getting back in touch with nature. Part of a global movement, an increasing number of Swedish city-dwellers are growing their own in window boxes and allotments or are visiting public gardens built in or on industrial or office spaces. (Photo by Maxim Shemetov/Reuters)
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11 Nov 2016 07:58:00
Guests spend the evening in the beach bars in Berlin, Germany

Guests spend the night in the beach bar so called club of the visionairs in the early morning hours of August 21, 2011 in Berlin, Germany. Berlin, which is among Europe's most popular travel destinations, is crisscrossed with canals and rivers over which lead a total of 564 bridges. The city's ample access to water has encouraged many bar and restaurant owners to create beach atmosphere as a growing summer day- and nightlife institution. (Photo by Carsten Koall/Getty Images)
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21 Aug 2011 11:16:00