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Children's Millennium Garden

Children's Millennium Garden

Copenhagen, Denmark

The striking feature about this place is that it was designed by third grade students! In includes two gardens, one being heart-shaped while the other a shadow garden. Children can play soccer, football or Frisbees.                   ...

Temple of Literature

Temple of Literature

Hanoi, Vietnam

The Temple of Literature founded in 1070, is a temple dedicated to Confucius. Today only parts of the sprawling complex dates from this earliest period; most of the architecture that we see comes from the Ly and Tran Dynasties. Also known as Van Mieu, the Temple of Literature has undergone numerous restorations and stands as one of the few remaining examples of later Ly Dynasty (1009-1225) archite...

Diamond Harbor

Diamond Harbor

Christchurch, New Zealand

A small settlement on the Bank Peninsula and administratively a part of Christchurch, the Diamond Harbor is of scenic beauty with its shinning waters and green shrubs around the hilly areas. A few hours here can refresh tourists of the busy city life and open doors to many more activities like rock climbing, sailing, picnicking, cycling, swimming and snorkeling with dolphins. This route through di...

Çiragan Palace

Çiragan Palace

Istanbul, Turkey

Çiragan Palace's name is derived from the Persian word for torch (cherag).  It is so named because of the torches used to light the lavish parties thrown by the Ottomans in the late nineteenth century.  The palace was built by Sultan Abdulaziz between 1863 and 1867, though the decorating was not completed until 1872.  It marked the end of the contemporary Ottoman tradition of each s...