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A long hike in the pre-dawn darkness, where the only sounds were the steady drips of dew on the skin accompanied by laboured breathing, was followed by a short…

The stuff of movies, monsters, and mystery. Ruined temples, encroaching jungle, and stifling heat. What more could you ask for?

The Church of Saint Simeon Stylites, Syria, dates from the 5th century, C.E. Most of it no longer exists due to the Syrian Civil War.

Changing light along with moss on the walls combine to create an aura of mystery at the Mayan ruin.
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