• White Bridge – Vilnius, Lithuania

    The White Bridge (Lithuanian: Baltasis tiltas) is a bridge over the Neris River in Vilnius, Lithuania. It is one of the popular pedestrian bridges in the city, next only to the Green Bridge in popularity. It is situated between the Green Bridge and the Iron Wolf Bridge.

    White Bridge – Vilnius, Lithuania
  • Hong Kong Cultural Center – Hong Kong

    The Hong Kong Cultural Centre is a multi-purpose performance facility in the Tsim Sha Tsui area of Hong Kong. Located at Salisbury Road, it was founded by the former Urban Council and, after 2000, is administered by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department of Hong Kong Government.

    Hong Kong Cultural Center – Hong Kong
  • Dongjak Bridge – Seoul, South Korea

    Dongjak Bridge is one of the 29 bridges that cross over the Han River in Seoul, South Korea. It carries road traffic and Seoul Subway Line 4, and Dongjak Station is located at the southern end of this bridge. It is a blue truss bridge.

    Dongjak Bridge – Seoul, South Korea
  • Rambla del Mar – Barcelona, Spain

    The Rambla del Mar is a wooden walkway connecting the Portal de la Pau at the bottom of La Rambla with the Moll d’Espanya, which is home to the Maremagnum leisure and shopping complex, the Imax cinema and the sailing clubs. The Rambla opened in 1994 and is the continuation of the main Rambla across the harbour. The walkway is at the edge of a navigable dock and can be raised to allow boats through

    Rambla del Mar – Barcelona, Spain
  • Ferrari World – Abu Dhabi, UAE

    Ferrari World Abu Dhabi is located on Yas Island on the North East side of Abu Dhabi’s mainland, a 10-minute drive from the Abu Dhabi International Airport, 30 minutes from the city of Abu Dhabi and 50 minutes from Dubai Marina. Yas Island is the UAE’s latest leisure hub with a wide range of accommodation and entertainment facilities.

    Ferrari World – Abu Dhabi, UAE
  • Cheonggyecheon – Seoul, South Korea

    Cheonggyecheon is a 10.9 km (7.0 miles) long, modern public recreation space in downtown Seoul, South Korea. The massive urban renewal project is on the site of a stream that flowed before the rapid post-war economic development required it to be covered by transportation infrastructure. The $900 million project initially attracted much public criticism but, after opening in 2005, has become popular among city residents and tourists

    Cheonggyecheon – Seoul, South Korea
  • Brighton Pier – Brighton, England

    The Brighton Marine Palace and Pier is a pleasure pier in Brighton, England. It is generally known as the Palace Pier for short, but has been informally renamed Brighton Pier since 2000 by its owners, the Noble Organisation, as it is now Brighton’s only non-derelict pier.

    Brighton Pier – Brighton, England
  • Tribute to Swimming Sculpture – Barcelona, Spain

    The Tribute to swimming sculpture (Spanish: Homenatge a la natació) is a sculpture located on the Sant Sebastià beach in Barcelona, Spain. It was designed by noted painter & sculptor, Alfredo Lantz. It is one of the many sculptures that were erected on the occasion of the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona.

    Tribute to Swimming Sculpture – Barcelona, Spain
  • Vilnius Cathedral – Vilnius, Lithuania

    The Cathedral of Vilnius is the main Roman Catholic Cathedral of Lithuania. It is situated in Vilnius Old Town, just off of Cathedral Square. Dedicated to Saints Stanislaus and Ladislaus, the church is the heart of Catholic spiritual life in Lithuania.

    Vilnius Cathedral – Vilnius, Lithuania
  • Gardens by the Bay – Singapore

    Gardens by the Bay (Malay: Taman di Pesisiran) is a park spanning 101 hectares (1,010,000 m2) of reclaimed land in central Singapore, adjacent to the Marina Reservoir. The park consists of three waterfront gardens: Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden.The largest of the three gardens is Bay South Garden, standing at 54 hectares.

    Gardens by the Bay – Singapore