The expressionist temple was completed in 1986 and had become the most popular attraction in the city.
See our list of 29 wonderful tree houses – from those built by the Korowai tribe in New Guinea, to the most modern tree hotels in the woods of Sweden.
A small but picturesque village of Geiranger is situated at the end of a 15 km (9.3 mi) long fjord.
The winding staircase was erected in 2004 by Olafur Eliasson – a Danish-Icelandic artist, who is known for his sculptures and installation art.
Check out our list of these incredible underground gems, that provide an unforgettable experience.
Found on the island, which itself is a divine gem in the Indian Ocean, the hotel is a combination of a tacit luxury and lush nature.
Whether it is a mountainous landscape or a cityscape – autumn foliage overwhelms with colors.
The iconic Venetian landmark was a palatial residence of the Doge of Venice since the 14th century.
It is amazing how such a small group of volcanic islands can have such rich and versatile nature.
The Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations houses an important collection of the Mediterranean civilization.
Initially Civita was the first settlement established by Etruscans over 2 500 years ago, whereas Bagnoregio was its suburb.
Check out these nice alleys that are picturesque on their own.
A former salt mine is called the most beautiful and exciting underground place in the world.
The hotel was established in 1978 in a complex of historic buildings. The outside of the hotel itself is worth seeing once in the area – it looks like a 19th century palace!
Empty, haunted buildings, parks, theaters and stations attract many urban explorers all around the world.
The mountain is embedded between the Table Mountain and Signal Hill.
Ritom, Cadagno and Tom are three lakes in the gorgeous valley. Surrounded with the mountainous landscape, these alpine lakes create a breathtaking view.
About 30 000 LED lights are used to light up the vehicles.
Check out these ten places that burst into the flowery seas once in a while.
Oleg Grigoryev is a Russian photographer, who travels around the world and captures its versatile beauty.
Amazing roads, balancing on the precipitous cliffs or stretching across the seas, railways that pass breathtaking mountains and gorges, sparkling futuristic highways – check out these crazy rides.