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Monuments to see once in a lifetime


Monuments, represent a history, a time of the past important to know for personal culture. That’s why we propose you a list of monuments to see at least once in his life.



1 Notre Dame de Paris, (Paris, France)

The Notre Dame de Paris cathedral is a testimony of the Gothic art on par with the Catholic church. The fire that ravaged the building on April 15, 2019 also destroyed much of the culture lost over time. Notre Dame de Paris, 850 years old, is the most popular attraction on the planet. About 12 million people visit this church every year despite all that has been discovered about it.


2 The Forbidden City (Beijing, China)

The Forbidden City in Beijing is the most popular attraction on the planet. It was built in the 15th century and was home to 24 emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties of China. The walls have welcomed visitors for more than 600 years without violating any prohibitions; this shows how tourism on the scale of China far exceeds any other idea that the imagination can conjure. As of 2012, more than 100 million tourists had visited just one part of this 72-hectare site.


3 The Palace of Versailles (Versailles France)

The Palace of Versailles is one of the most popular attractions in France. It features classical architecture and a massive exterior. The palace has more than 2,000 windows, 3,000 rooms and an area of 660 hectares. It also has an argument with its size; it covers 64,110 square meters of surface or space. The main residence of three kings, Louis XIV, XV and XVI, is at the height of the palace.


4 The Colosseum (Rome, Italy)

This amphitheater, located in the ancient city of the Roman Empire of Constantinople, is the last remnant of the existence of the empire. It was used for public gladiatorial and wild animal fights, making it a popular tourist attraction in the city.


5 The Royal Palace in Bangkok (Bangkok, Thailand)

The 1867 palace is the symbol of the Thai monarchy and houses priceless sculptures. It is fully gilded and sits atop a larger administrative complex on over 21.8 hectares of land. Another structure in the complex is also fully gilded.


6 Sydney Opera House (Sydney, Australia)

This is one of the most famous and popular structures built in the 20th century. It was opened in 1973 as the home of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, the Australian Theatre Company and the Sydney Theatre Company. It is estimated that more than 7.4 million tourists visit it each year.


7 The Louvre Museum (Paris, France)

The French Revolution opened the doors of the Louvre Museum in 1793. It is the largest art museum in France; however, it is the most popular art museum in the world. Prior to this time, the private collections of the aristocracy and monarchy were kept in a separate gallery.


8 The Great Wall of China (China)

The Great Wall of China was built both as a military defense and as an incredible architectural wonder. It was not literally one unbroken line; instead, it consisted of two points connected by sections with passes, military forts, Guancheng and cities along the wall.


9 The Taj Mahal (Agra, India)

The Taj Mahal, represents the symbol of Universal love. Emperor Shah Jahn loved his wife so much that he had a mausoleum built in the 17th century, which will allow the emperor to ease his heartache of his late wife. The architecture is a mixture of Indian, Persian and Ottoman style which makes it unique.


10 The Eiffel Tower

Its construction was completed in 1889 by Mr. Eiffel, for the Universal Exhibition in Paris. From 1889 to 1930 it was the highest monument in the world. It remains the icon of the city of light, it is considered a favorite place for travelers.


11 Peterhof Palace (St. Petersburg, Russia)

Inspired by the Palace of Versailles, built in 1723.  The palace is nicknamed “Peter’s Court” a reference to Tsar Peter entama, the palace served as his summer residence. The palace was built to assert the power and modernization of Russia. The palace was rebuilt after the Second World War due to German bombing.


12 The Statue of Liberty (New York, USA)

Made by Mr. Eiffel, the statue is a gift from France in commemoration of the alliance of countries for the war of independence. The statue measures 46 meters, built in a record time of 9 months.


13 The Pyramids of Giza (Cairo, Egypt)

Built by the pharaohs Cheops, Khephren and Mykerinos around 2700 BC is the oldest monument. All three are tombs, it remains the remains of the time of the Old Egyptian Empire. The Egyptian pyramid complex is classified as a World Heritage Site since 1979.


14 Saint Peter’s Basilica (Vatican Italy)

Religious building, the most important and the most sumptuous of the religion of Catholicism. Its construction ended in 1626, composed of colossal statues, marbled columns, mosaics … It has the title of the largest Catholic church on the planet


15 The Parthenon (Athens, Greece)

Built in the 2nd century B.C., it was built to honor Athena, the goddess of wisdom and war strategy. The citadel at the time served as a defensive position in case of enemy attack.


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