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Free Photos for Education: Buildings

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If you are looking for photographs of many kinds of architecture, this site will give you over 100 choices, from ruins of ancient buildings to cabins in the woods. Information is given about the name of the building, its location, the photographer’s name, and the date photographed. All of these pictures are available to students and teachers to use in an educational setting.

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