Landmarks in the world

Did you ever see such interesting and mysterious landmarks in your life? These are the most stunning views and buildings in the world.

Notre Dame - France, Paris

Notre-Dame de Paris (meaning “Our Lady of Paris”) also known as Notre-Dame Cathedral or simply Notre-Dame. The cathedral is widely considered as one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture, and is among the largest and most well-known church buildings in the world. Notre Dame Cathedral is said to be the top spot for those who wish to ease their mind from stresses of daily life. It is the symbol of old beauties and calmness.

Admission to the cathedral is free and there are informative guided one-hour tours in various languages throughout the day.


Big Ben- England, London   

The Houses of Parliament's iconic clock tower is one of London's most famous landmarks. Don't leave London without visiting Big Ben!
The clock inside the tower was the world's largest when it was installed in the middle of the nineteenth century. The name Big Ben actually refers to the clock's hour bell, the largest of the clock's five bells. The other four are used as quarter bells.

The clock was the largest in the world and is still the largest in Great Britain.

Unfortunately, the clock tower is not publicly accessible, but if you're looking for views over London the London Eye, the Shard or the Monument are currently the best options



The Great Pyramid of Giza is the largest of all the Egyptian pyramids and is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. It is located around 5 miles to the west of the Nile River near the city of Cairo, Egypt.

The Great Pyramid of Giza is part of a larger complex called the Giza Necropolis. There are two other major pyramids in the complex including the Pyramid of Khafre and the Pyramid of Menkaure. It also includes the Great Sphinx and several cemeteries.

Inside of the Great Pyramid are three major rooms: The King's Chamber, the Queen's Chamber, and the Grand Gallery.

The two other major pyramids at Giza are the Pyramid of Khafre and the Pyramid of Menkaure.

If you want to travel to Egypt and visit the Pyramids of Giza, you should be prepared for what is waiting for you. It’s an inside look at a very different region of the world, and an inside look at what’s actually happening in the Middle East.


Christ the Redeemer- Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Christ the Redeemer is a statue of Jesus Christ located in Rio de Janeiro. Brazil. It is an important icon of Brazilian Christianity, and it has also come to symbolize Rio. It is the fifth largest statue of Jesus in the world. The statue weighs 635 metric tons.

Most visitors take a vertical cog train to reach the base of the summit. From there, visitors to the monument once had to climb hundreds of steps to reach the top. Today, elevators and escalators are available to shorten the trip.


Beach of the Cathedral, Spain

It is one of the best beaches in the world. The Beach of the Cathedrals is a magnificent example of nature's raw power in action.
If you come there, bear in mind that you can only explore the caves when the tide is low. The area is protected and has been declared a natural monument. This place is just fascinating. It is a great place for new adventures and new experiences. It is a magical place!


The Colosseum- Rome, Italy

The Colosseum is known as the Flavian Amphitheatre. It is an oval amphitheater in the center of the city of Rome. It is considered as one of the greatest work of Roman architecture and engineering. The Colosseum is a symbol of the Italian Capital and one of the world’s biggest tourist attractions. The Colosseum has over 80 entrances and can accommodate about 50,000 spectators. Receiving millions of visitors every year, the Colosseum is the most famous tourist attraction of Rome.