10- Eiffel Tower, Paris / France
France is the leading history of Europe and the world, with Paris as the capital of romance. and one of the touristic countries… Especially the Eiffel Tower is almost the symbol of Paris… The Eiffel Tower is visited by an average of 6-8 million tourists every year. The tower was built between 1887 and 1889 to commemorate the centennial celebrations of the French Revolution. Originally planned to be built in Barcelona for the 1888 fair, this idea was rejected and it was decided to be built on the Champ de Mars on the banks of the Seine River in Paris. The tower takes its name from its designer, Gustave Eiffel.
9- Sagrada Familia, Barcelona / Spain
Antoni Gaudi y Cornet is a Catalan architect who is the pioneer of the Art Nouveau movement in Spain. Of his 16 works, Sagrada Familia is his most popular project and has not been completed. This basilica, also known as the “Unfinished Church”, is one of the projects that started to be built in 1882 and continues to be built today.There are also interesting details in the structure. For example, on the west front, Facade de la Muerte, there are numbers in a square. The sum of the numbers in this square in all directions gives 33. The number 33 symbolizes the age of death of June Jesus. Those who do not see can pay attention before, when they come second.
8- Large Canal, Venice / Italy
A fascinating and tiring city Venice. It is not easy to discover. The city, which is constantly in motion, is one of the important centers of modern art. Luxurious hotels and arcades, renovated bars and restaurants along the Grand Canal shine the city’s star a little more.
7- Stonehenge, Wiltshire / England
is much more than a pile of rock.How they are made is a matter of curiosity. The last claim was made by Anatolian immigrants. According to the BBC’s report based on the scientific publication Nature Ecology and Evolution, researchers compared DNA obtained from Neolithic human remains in England with the DNA of those living in Europe at that time. DNA research revealed that Neolithic-era communities in England migrated from Anatolia. During the great migration wave that started in Anatolia in 6000 BC, a group followed the Danube River and headed towards Central Europe, while a group moved along the Mediterranean and took the place of hunter and gatherer peoples. Anatolian people who brought agriculture to Europe, where hunting and gathering nomads lived at that time, passed from Iberia to England in about 4,000 BC.
Although hunter and gatherer communities lived in England at that time, the two groups did not get mixed up, and over time, Anatolian farmers took their place.
Neolithic-era immigrants brought the tradition of making monuments with large stones known as megaliths, as well as agriculture, to England. It was noted that Stonehenge, built in 3,000 BC and located 130 kilometers west of London, was also part of this tradition. Although it is not known exactly what Stonehenge was built for, the monument is associated with astronomy, astrology, geometry, meteorology, and paganism. Last year, one million 555 thousand people visited the monument, which attracted great attention of tourists.
6- Trevi Fountain, Rome / Italy
Also known as the ‘Fountain of Love’ Trevi Fountain is the most popular address in Rome. Pope Clement 12 had this fountain built by sculptor Nicola Salvi. Trevi means “three ways” in Italian. They say it got this name because of the three ways the fountain is located. But there are also historians who say that it was named after the three underground waterways gathered at the same point. Everyone who comes here turns their backs to the fountain to come back to Rome and throws the money into the fountain over their left shoulder with their right hand. If he does this, that person’s wish will come true and he will come back to Rome.
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5- Buckingham Palace, London / England
It fascinates those who see it with its huge garden and magnificent splendor.
You will see the royal soldiers in their magnificent red outfits behind the huge gilded doors. Especially if you have caught the hour of the shift that they perform with pleasant music.
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4- Sistine Chapel, Vatican
This The famous chapel is located in the Apostolic Palace, the official residence of the Pope. The chapel built in the 15th century is one of the most popular addresses.
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3- Anne Frank House, Amsterdam / Netherlands
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But since there are long lines at the door, it is useful to buy tickets from the internet.
2- Colosseum, Rome / Italy
When you think of Italy, is it Rome or Venice first? For those who first think of Rome, the Coliseum comes first or second when it comes to visiting Rome. The Colosseum, which has become the symbol of Rome, has a history of 2 thousand years. The place, which sheds light on the Roman Empire period, has an extremely magical atmosphere. Also known as the Flavian Amphitheater, the Colosseum once hosted gladiators’ fights, execution of prisoners and an exhibition of exotic animals. Nowadays it is one of the most striking tourist spots in Rome.
1- Big Ben, London / England
Famous clock tower in London next to Westminster Palace.
‘Big Ben’ is actually the name of the clock tower bell, but over time it has been used by the public to denote the entire structure. On June 26, 2012, the name of the tower was changed to ‘Elizabeth Tower’ by the decision of the parliament in honor of the 60th anniversary of the queen’s accession to the throne.