William Wordsworth once wrote that: "Earth has not anything to show more fair" than London's Westminster bridge. But we can think of some pretty stiff competition for the title of world's loveliest water-span: the Golden Gate, Bridge of Sighs and the nail-less wooden so-called wind-and-rain bridges of China among them. But our choice is the stunning Khaju bridge of Isfahan, Iran, built in the 17th century as a dam across the Zayandeh river. With two gleaming storeys of elegantly tiled arcades and two large pavilions built for Shah Abbas II, it's an enchanting sight.
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- Collecting lots of momentos and keeping them in a safe place
- Creating an online photo album and sharing with friends
- Keeping my personal digital photo collection to look back to
- Not really bothered about photos or momentos, the memories are in my head