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There are so many landmarks in the world.   Some are manmade and some are made by nature.  Some landmarks are so famous that they can be recognized instantly by people who have never even visited the country the landmark is in.  Some landmarks have exciting histories and some are just stunning architecture or a marvel of nature.

The Iguazu Falls

With 270 drops, the Iguazu Falls in Brazil are a stunning display of Mother Nature. They are on the border between Brazil and Argentina and they can be accessed from either country.  There are special pathways that have been built that allow you to get close to the falls for an exciting adventure.

The Eiffel Tower

Located in Paris, The Eiffel Tower is one of the most interesting and well-known landmarks in the world.  It was built as entrance to the World Fair of 1889 and it has graced the Paris skyline ever since.  It is visited by over seven million guests each year and it has three floors for visitors to explore including two floors that house restaurants, and a third floor that has an observation deck where you can get a bird’s eye view of the city.


Stonehenge, Wiltshire, England is an intriguing, giant, rock monument that dates back to 3100BC.  This man made structure is shrouded in mystery and no one know exactly why this structure was built or for what purpose.  It is a popular sight for people who are visiting the UK.

The Kremlin

The Kremlin, Moscow, Russia is a fortified complex that houses four cathedrals, five palaces, and it is the official residence of the President of the Russian Federation. St. Basil’s Cathedral, Red Square, and the Alexander Garden are just a few of the sights you can see within the fortified walls. For luxury tours to Moscow visit Exeter International.

The Colosseum

The Roman Colosseum is the largest amphitheatre ever built and it was completed in AD 80.   It could seat between 50 000 and 80 000 spectators and it originally hosted sports events and other entertainment for the Romans. It has been used for many different things over the years including a Christian Shrine, a quarry, and a fortress.  Each year on Good Friday the Pope leads a torch lit procession that starts out near the Colosseum.

The Leaning Tower of Pisa

This famous bell tower was built during medieval times and is situated in Pisa, Italy. The ground it was constructed on was too soft and this caused the tower to lean during construction.  It has been falling at a rate of 2 mm per year for the last 800 years.  It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. If you are looking for accommodation in Italy, be sure to check out Bridgewater Travel.

Tower Bridge

London’s Tower Bridge is a combined bascule and suspension bridge that crosses the Thames River and was opened in 1894.  This stunning bridge is close to the Tower of London it is open to both pedestrians and traffic and the central span is raised about 1000 times per year for river traffic.    This beautiful bridge is just one of many iconic landmarks in London.


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