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Houses of Parliament in London

Houses of Parliament with Big Ben

The UK Parliament is more than the seat of English politics. It is a landmark that goes back to centuries. It is democracy and heritage at the same time. The Houses of Parliament with Big Ben is more iconic than merely  a structure in the Parliament House. It is the tower that symbolizes London as […]

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Empire State Building

Well you must have seen King Kong climbing up Empire State Building in a  bid to save himself from the onlookers. Yes this huge structure is almost synonymous with New York sky crappers. Only it is much taller than a skycrapper as well. Symbolically speaking it is the towering dream of the Americans to reach […]

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Red Fort in Delhi

Delhi is a strange mix of modernity and antiquity. Like now it is the capital of India, in ancient times it was the stronghold of the Mughals and changed hands many a times. It has been one of the strongest Islamic centers in Asia. Old Delhi is still reminiscent of that essential Mughal bazaar culture […]

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Edinburgh Dungeon

Edinburg might be the capital of Scotland but it’s a freak city. Yes its true that the city has an amazing number of heritage buildings and a landscape to match its history but the city is quite in contrast to the nearby city of Fife in Scotland. The Edinburgh Dungeon is run by the same […]

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Las Vegas Casinos

Vegas is an ultimate experience if money is no restraining force. Some comes here only for the nightlife and casinos. The Las Vegas Casinos is almost synonymous with the city as Empire State building is to New York. Even if you do not gamble you can enter the casinos and watch the sea of activities […]

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Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal

The Taj Mahal is almost synonymous with all things romantic and beautiful. It is more than a beautiful structure in marble. It is almost haunting in its beauty. Located in Agra on the River Yamunna, its history is etched in love, betrayal, and blood shed. Though we get to hear only the romantic side of […]

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Tower Bridge in London

Tower Bridge in London

Along with the Houses of Parliament and the Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, and the Queens guards, Tower Bridge in London is synonymous with the city. It is in all probability the most popular bridge in the world. It was designed by Sir Horace Jones. The engineer appointed with this was Sir John Wolfe-Barry. The bridge […]

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Buckinham Palace

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace is the seat of Royalty in England.The place was as private as private can be and was opened to the public only from 1993. For a visitor the entryway is from the Ambassador’s Court on Buckingham Palace Road. The place also houses the administrative headquarters of the Monarchy. It is one of the […]

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