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Azerbaijan 50 qapik 2006.jpg


Azerbaijan, 50 qapik, 2006.  Spiral staircase. Symbol of progress and science.
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Niue $20 2013-.jpg


Niue $20 2013.jpg


Niue, $2, 2013.

Monuments of Odessa.

Statue of Catherine the Great in the distance. Potemkin Stairs.
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Ukraine 5 hryvnia 2014.jpg


Ukraine 5 hryvnia 2014-.jpg

Ukraine, 5 hryvnia, 2014.  220 years of Odessa.
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Cook Islands $1 2007.jpg

Cook Islands, $1, 2007.  Horatio Nelson.
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China 5 yuan 2019.jpg

China, 5 yuan, 2019. 


Mount Tai, the eastern mountain of the Five Great Mountains of China.

Nice that it has stairs down it.

Now, if only Mount Everest had something like that, then not so many people would fall off it.
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UK 50 pence-2020.jpg

UK, 50 pence, 2020.  Christopher Robin dragging Winnie The Pooh down the stairs.


In a private conversation with his vet, Winnie rated the pain of this incident at 3½ out of a possible 10.

And do please remember that Christopher Robin was a real person.
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