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Bastions Park

Bastions Park

Geneva, Switzerland

This was formerly a botanical garden, and a site for the first university in Geneva. The tree lined walkways and broad avenues inside the park make it popular for romantic evening walks. The park is buzzing with people almost all day. In one corner of the park is a set of life size chess boards, where aspiring chess players of all ages test their skills. The Reformation Wall on the east side along...

Palace of the parliament

Palace of the parliament

Bucharest, Romania

The Palace of Parliament is the most important building in Bucharest. According to world record, this building is the second largest and heaviest after the Pentagon in U.S.A. the palace is a majestic sight with white exterior that covers an area of 330,000 sq m. With huge chandeliers, plush carpets and thick mahogany furniture, the palace is open to public for tours that are arranged every half an...

Temple of the Reclining Buddha

Temple of the Reclining Buddha

Bangkok, Thailand

This temple dates back to the 1500s and is the oldest in Thailand. The reclining Buddha located in the northern section was made in the 1800s and is almost 150 feet long and 15 feet high. It is made of cement-covered brick and coated with gold leaf. The soles of the feet are inlaid with mother-of-pearl with 108 signs, marks and qualities by which a true Buddha is recognized. It is considered good ...

Brooklyn Museum

Brooklyn Museum

New York, United States

The Brooklyn Museum is the second largest in New York City, after the Met, and one of the largest in the United States.  In recent years it has struggled somewhat with its identity and stagnant attendance figures (around half a million per year), but it is still a world class museum.  The Egyptian and pre-Colombian collections stand out, but their modern collections are also excellent.  ...