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  • Alps [r]: European mountain range stretching from Austria and Slovenia to Switzerland and France; contains Mont Blanc, the highest point of which is 4,808 meters. [e]
  • Architecture of the Song Dynasty [r]: Add brief definition or description
  • Architecture [r]: The art and technique of designing and constructing buildings to fulfill both practical and aesthetic purposes. [e]
  • Castle [r]: A type of medieval fortified which acted as the residence of a lord or noble. [e]
  • Himeji Castle [r]: Sixteenth-century Japanese fortification, built of wood rather than stone and well-preserved, with a maze of pathways designed to confuse invaders; today a UNESCO World Heritage Site. [e]
  • Ring (jewellery) [r]: An ornamental band of durable material, usually metal, usually worn on the human finger. [e]
  • Rock (geology) [r]: Naturally occurring solid aggregate of one or more minerals and/or mineraloids. [e]
  • Scarborough Castle [r]: Ruined stone castle on the east coast of Yorkshire, England, begun in mid-twelfth century. [e]
  • Scarborough, North Yorkshire [r]: Seaside resort, fishing port and former spa town on the east coast of North Yorkshire, England; once an important mediaeval port and site of a major royal castle (population about 52,000). [e]
  • Sculptor (artist) [r]: An artist who produces three-dimensional works, in materials such as wood, stone, metal and glass. [e]