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Alexanderplatz

Alexanderplatz

Berlin, Germany

the largest, and arguably one of the most famous squares in Berlin. It historically had markets so was an important square for many centuries. In World War II, almost all of the area was bombed but it has been beautifully restored. All public transport lines now have stops here and the TV tower rises up from the center. The Fernsehturm (or TV asparagus, as the Berliners call it) is 368m tall and h...

The Rocks

The Rocks

Sydney, Australia

This quaint (though expensive) neighborhood is known as the birthplace of Sydney because it is where British settlers first landed in 1788. Such historical significance is noticeable and marketed throughout the town via landmarks such as the Sydney Observatory (the colony's first windmill) and Cadman's Cottage (Sydney's oldest building that was built in 1816). The great thing abou...

Memorial to the Victims of Communism

Memorial to the Victims of Communism

Prague, Czech Republic

A prominent sculpture that has male figures at various stages of aridness descending a staircase; a line runs down the centre counts the victims of torture, exile and death which is quite sobering. Address: foot of Petrin Hill                      ...

Edo-Tokyo Museum

Edo-Tokyo Museum

Tokyo, Japan

This museum showcases the evolution of the city of Tokyo through the ages; in particular from 1590- 1964 spanning almost four centuries from the era in which Tokyo was made the capital by the Shogun to when the Olympics were held in this amazing city. The history, geography, culture and social life of the city are showcased here. Edo literally means Old Tokyo and the Museum shows how the city as i...