Opened in July 2002, this unusually shaped building stands on the south bank of the River Thames near Tower Bridge.
A spiraled apartment building hosting as many trees as human occupants. It is a loud testament to Hundertwasser's fear of straight lines.
If you don't want to relax in your own home, and want to be thrown off balance all the time, you should definitely try living in one of this apartments.
A block of apartments designed to imitate the rhythmic structure of a honeycomb is something worth to consider visiting.
Casa Mila or La Pedrera, as it is often called, is Gaudi's second most popular building. It is also his last work before dedicating his life to the construction of the Sagrada Familia.
This building in Copenhagen, Denmark is an apartment block made up of V and M shapes. The blocks are formed to allow the same daylight, privacy and views for all apartments.
This strange architectural experiment, wasting living space, should definitely be in your "to see" list when visiting Rotterdam.
The symbol of France, and until 1929, the tallest structure in the world, until it was surpassed by The Chrysler Building.
Famous not for its beauty, but mostly for its awkward geometry, the Tower of Pisa is recognized all over the world.
The ultimate Seattle perspective. The Space Needle offers the best view of the city and the surrounding area, day or night.
This historical bridge, will delight you with its beauty. And with the great view that it offers.
Crossing the Thames in London, this is a pedestrian street only, linking Bankside with the city.
This 274 metres long and 8 metres wide Henderson Waves is the highest pedestrian bridge in Singapore.
One of the most spectacular bridges in the world, 700 meters above sea level, giving you a pump of adrenaline.
The largest of the three bridges that extend across a 120 meters deep gorge in Ronda, Southern Spain.
2,430 metres (8,000 ft) above sea level on a mountain ridge above the Urubamba Valley in Peru stand the ruins of Machu Picchu, a pre-Columbian Inca site rediscovered in 1911 by archaeologist Hiram Bingham.
Listed in the UNESCO World Heritage in 1987, The Great Wall of China is a fortification built and rebuilt between the 5Th century BC and the 16Th century.
An impressive museum, showing exactly what communism meant and how people suffered because of it.
Situated at 30 km from Brasov, the castle is an important touristic destination and a landmark for Romanian tourism, not only because of it's beauty, but more because of the legend of Count Dracula.
The role of these fortresses was purely a protection one, but nowadays they represent a part of history.
Sighisoara is an old fortress-city in the center of Romania, founded by German craftsmen and merchants, the Saxons of Transylvania.
Voronet Monastery is one of the most famous off all Romanian monasteries, because of its unique blue colour.
Westminster Abbey - located next to the Houses of Parliament in the Westminster neighborhood of London - is a must-see for any London visitor.
The famous Sistine ceiling depicts scenes from Genesis in dramatic and moving detail, and The Last Judgment on the chapel's end wall is striking and powerful.
The Black Church from Brasov is a bench-mark between the Gothic churches in Europe and all over the world.
It is the first monastery built by Stefan the Great (1457-1504) one of the greatest leaders of Romania, and the most important.
Another monastery that will impress you with the beauty of its paintings, among the finest of all.
Maramures in a remote region in Northern Romania. Because it is so isolated, the people here have a strong community, with unique traditions.