Visiting famous landmarks around the world is an exciting and enriching adventure, providing the opportunity to witness some of the most iconic and breathtaking destinations on the planet.
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From ancient ruins to modern architectural wonders, these landmarks offer a glimpse into the rich history and cultural heritage of different countries and civilizations.
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Whether you’re an avid traveler or simply looking for a new experience, visiting famous landmarks is an opportunity to expand your knowledge and appreciation of the world around you.
The site is famous as the location for the coronation of Lao kings, and the architecture references Luang Prabang, with elaborate mosaic patterns, wall carvings, rare Buddhist deities, a 12 metre funeral carriage and a pointed Vihan.
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The most impressive monument in the complex is a tall, stepped pyramid called El Castillo or the Temple of Kukulkan that features a total of 365 steps – the number of days in a year.
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Built mostly in Gothic style with countless intricate details on the inside and out, it challenged dozens of Italian architects and engineers throughout the centuries.
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One of the most important landmarks in Ephesus is the Temple of Artemis, which has been dubbed one of the seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
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This Roman Catholic church sits on the hill of Montmartre and can be seen from all over Paris, its elongated white domes reaching heavenward.
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