Visiting Petronas Towers Observation Deck

Petronas Towers are the most renowned landmark buildings of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The twin towers are both 452 meters (1483 ft) tall, they were the tallest buildings in the world from 1998 to 2004, when Taipei 101 in Taiwan was built. As of today, Petronas Towers are still the tallest twin towers in the world. […]

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Guide to visiting Mutianyu Great Wall

The Great Wall is maybe the most renowned attraction of China, it’s a must-see place for most people who travel to China, without visiting the Great Wall your China tour is incomplete. For historical and natural reasons, the Great Wall doesn’t form a continuous line, but exists in many sections at different locations. Mutianyu Great […]

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Vertical Cemetery – Graves in High Rise Towers

With the growth of population and urban expansion, today many countries are facing the problem of scarcity of available land. It’s not just a problem for the living, but also the dead, some countries like England, Norway, Greece are running out of available burial plots. In other countries where available land is abundant, shortage of […]

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Statue of Liberty Information and Facts

The Statue of Liberty is a colossal copper sculpture on Liberty Island in New York City, the statue had been a welcoming sight to numerous immigrants arriving New York Harbor, it gradually become an icon of freedom and of the United States. The Statue of Liberty is depicted as a woman dressed in flowing robes, […]

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4 ways to get to the Top of Maze Tower in GTA V

Maze Bank Tower is the tallest building in the world of Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online, the tower’s rooftop is the highest point of the city of Los Santos, you can get there to enjoy the aerial views of the city, take some pictures, or to escape from the police of […]

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Eiffel Tower Information and Facts

The Eiffel Tower in Paris is one of the most well known structures in the world, the iron lattice tower is an icon of France and has been one of the most visited tourist attractions in the country and the world. (Details: Tourist information of the Eiffel Tower.) Eiffel Tower is named after Gustave Eiffel, […]

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Cologne Cathedral Facts and Information

Cologne Cathedral is a Roman Catholic Cathedral in Cologne, Germany, it’s one of the tallest church buildings in the world, and the world’s tallest twin-spired church. The cathedral is the seat of the Archbishop of Cologne, and it has been the most popular tourist attraction in Germany. Below are facts about the Cologne Cathedral in […]

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Chongqing-The most Futuristic City in the World

Chongqing is a city in southwest China, it’s the largest city in that region, with a population of 18 million in its metropolitan area. The city is built on hills beside the Yangtze River, even so, the city is still densely packed with a large amount of skyscrapers, which is still continuously being developed. With […]

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Interesting Facts about Palace of Versailles

Palace of Versailles is a French royal palace in Versailles, a town formed in 17th century along with the palace, it’s approximately 15 miles(18 kilometers) southwest of Paris. The palace of Versailles is considered as the largest royal domain in the world, covering an area of more than 1000 hectares, most of the land is […]

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12 fun facts about Milan Cathedral

Milan Cathedral (In Italian: Duomo di Milano, literally means Cathedral of Milan) is a church building in Milan, Italy. The church serves as cathedral of Archdiocese of Milan, which is the Europe’s largest diocese, it is also the largest church in Italy(exclude of Vatican), and 3rd largest in the world. Milan Cathedral is the most […]

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What’s the Purpose of Spires on Skyscrapers

A large number of skyscrapers have spires built on the top, particularly in some cities like New York City, Dubai, Chicago, etc, in which buildings with spires are more commonly seen. Many of these skyscrapers are among the tallest buildings in the world, like Burj Khalifa, One World Trade Center, Taipei 101. So why spires […]

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