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Olympic Stadium and Tower

Olympic Stadium and Tower

Munich, Germany

Olympia Park was built for the 1972 Olympic Games. It is crowned by the magnificent Olympic Stadium – once home of the German Sports Club, FC Bayern Munich, who have now moved to the Allianz Arena. Olympia Park is southern Germany's centre of sports and entertainment. As well as a variety of sports stadiums and swimming pools, the complex also includes a huge entertainment centre, the Olympiahalle...

La Boca

La Boca

Buenos Aires, Argentina

The first things you’ll notice in La Boca are the brightly coloured houses! Many wooden and corrugated iron houses have been painted in primary colours and are a treat for the eyes. The houses were built and painted by Italian immigrant families who liberated materials and paint from the local docks where they worked. The whole area is pretty much a little Italy. Calle Caminito is the most famous ...

The Fine Art Museum

The Fine Art Museum

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

The Fine Art Museum is widely known for its spectacular range of artifacts including contemporary paintings, some of which can be bought. A wide variety of art exhibits, including Khmer, Cham and Indian works of art are also displayed. This museum is just a few blocks from the famous Ben Thanh Market. Location: 97A Duc Chinh street, District 1                    {loadposition upload_i...

Asan Tole

Asan Tole

Kathmandu, Nepal

The busiest square in the city, from dawn to dusk it is crammed with vendors selling spices and vegetables from all over the country. It is fitting then that Annapurna Temple is dedicated to the goddess of abundance, represented by a purana bowl of grain. On Sundays and other days of the week, you’ll see locals walk around the shrine, touch a coin to their heads, throw it into the temple then ring...