The Torre Agbar (Catalan pronunciation: [ˈtorə əɡˈbar]) is a 38-story skyscraper / tower located between Avinguda Diagonal and Carrer Badajoz, near Plaça de les Glòries Catalanes, which marks the gateway to the new technological district of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. It was designed by French architect Jean Nouvel in association with the Spanish firm b720 Fermin Vazquez Arquitectos and built by Dragados.
The MGM Grand Las Vegas is a hotel casino located on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. The MGM Grand is the second largest hotel in the world by number of rooms and the largest hotel resort complex in the United States, ahead of The Venetian. When it opened in 1993, the MGM Grand was the largest hotel in the world. Owned and operated by MGM Resorts International, the 30-floor main building is 293 ft (89 m) high.
The Solkan Bridge (Slovene: Solkanski most, Italian: Ponte di Salcano) is a 220-metre (720 ft) arch bridge over the Soča River near Nova Gorica in western Slovenia. With an arch span of 85 metres (279 ft), it is the second-longest stone bridge in the world and the longest stone bridge among train bridges. It was originally built in the time of the Secession, between 1900 and 1905, and officially opened in 1906
Arthurs Point is a small township nestled beside the famous Shotover River, a short distance north of Queenstown. Climb aboard a jet boat for a thrilling adventure on the Shotover River. Arthurs Point jet boating is a popular tourist activity. Hold on tight and enjoy an adrenaline-pumping jet boat ride along gorgeous coastlines, around picturesque lakes or through stunning rivers.
The Osaka Maritime Museum was a maritime museum in Osaka, Japan. It was opened by the Mayor of Osaka City on 14 July 2000 having started on site in March 1998. Designed by architect Paul Andreu with engineering design by Arup and Tohata. The museum was built on reclaimed land in the Bay of Osaka at a cost of 12.8bn yen, with a replica Edo period trading ship, the Naniwa Maru as its centrepiece.
Situated in the square which bears the same name, you will find the Ayuntamiento de Valencia (Valencia Town Hall), a key point of reference for visitors and inhabitants equally. Built in an eclectic style, it is home to the daily hectic movements of officialdom. It is also the best seat in the house, as it were, to watch the most characteristic events of the city, such as the daily mascleta (daylight fireworks) during the week of the Fallas festival
Fugan Unga Kansui Park is a waterfront park with rows of cherry trees in Toyama, Japan. This park is a relaxing waterfront space developed by utilizing natural features of Toyama and the history of the Fugan Canal. Cherry trees ring the grass playground of the park. There are multitudes of trails in this park that are used regularly by the local folks and tourists alike. On a fine day, the landscape seen from the park is so magnificent, what with the Tateyama Mountain Range featuring in the background. There is also a Starbucks in the park that is open late in the night.
Treasure Island is a popular fancy/ gift shop, located in a shopping complex right opposite to the famous Ethiraj College in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. Even though many high-end gift shops have mushroomed all over the city of Chennai, the Treasure Island greeting & gift gallery continues to hold a special place mainly because this was one of the first & more visible greeting shops that were opened in the city, back in the early 2000s.
Erected at the request of his wife Marie de Médicis, the statue of Henri IV has survived the course of history. Inaugurated for the first time on August 23, 1614, it was destroyed during the revolution, along with most other royal statues. But the legitimists, after the fall of Napoléon, had the idea to resurrect the statue, and Louis XVIII commanded François Frédéric Lemot to make a copy from engravings.
Broken Chair is a monumental sculpture in wood by the Swiss artist Daniel Berset, constructed by the carpenter Louis Genève. It is constructed of 5.5 tons of wood and is 12 metres (39 feet) high. It depicts a giant chair with a broken leg and stands across the street from the Palace of Nations, in Geneva. It symbolises opposition to land mines and cluster bombs, and acts as a reminder to politicians and others visiting Geneva
- Torre Agbar – Barcelona, Spain
- MGM Grand Hotel & Casino – Las Vegas, Nevada
- Solkan Bridge – Nova Gorica, Slovenia
- Shotover Jet – Arthurs Point, New Zealand
- Osaka Maritime Museum – Osaka, Japan
- Ayuntamiento de Valencia – Valencia, Spain
- Fugan Unga Kansui Park – Toyama, Japan
- Treasure Island Gift Shop – Chennai, Tamil Nadu
- Henri IV Equestrian Statue – Paris, France
- Broken Chair Sculpture – Geneva, Switzerland
- Doe Memorial Library – University of California at Berkeley
- Loyola College Church – Chennai
- College of Engineering – Guindy
- Thousand Pillar Temple – Warangal
- Ross Island – Andaman Islands
- Cappadocia – Turkey
- Azure Window – Gozo, Malta
- Hatta Dam – Dubai, UAE
- Gateway of India – Mumbai
- Gandhi Museum – Madurai, Tamil Nadu