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Sea Life Aquarium

Sea Life Aquarium

Munich, Germany

The Sea Life Aquarium covers an area of more than 2000 square meters and contains thirty aquariums. You can view this giant aquarium at two heights. Firstly it can be seen from underneath as you walk through a tunnel, with the aquarium above you, and then from the top level, where you can get eye to eye with all kinds of sea life including sharks. Admission: €12.50 for adults €8.50 fo...

Campo San Polo

Campo San Polo

Venice, Italy

Many years ago, at the Campo San Polo bull races took place, fairs and military parades were held but now only the city’s outdoor cinema is set up here on summer nights. The church located here called the Chiesa di San Polo was restored several times but little remains of the original 9th-century building, and the 19th-century alterations were so expensive that the friars had to sell off many grea...

Panteón Nacional

Panteón Nacional

Caracas, Venezuela

Address: north of Plaza Bolivar Timings: open daily (including holidays) Originally constructed as a majestic church, the National Pantheon was converted in 1874 to act as the last resting place for many of Venezuela’s prominent personalities, based on their outstanding achievements in fields of politics, warfare, social service, and education and science. The central, focal space with...

Brooklyn Bridge

Brooklyn Bridge

New York, United States

In its time, the Brooklyn Bridge was a marvel of civil engineering.  Even today it’s impressive, despite having long since been surpassed by longer and more monumental suspension bridges, even in the New York City area.  The bridge was designed by German immigrant John Augustus Roebling, who was responsible for the United States’ first suspension bridge completed in 1847 (an aqueduct in Pennsylvan...