• Margam Castle – Port Talbot, Wales

    Margam Castle is a large Victorian era country house, built in Margam, Port Talbot, Wales, for Christopher Rice Mansel Talbot (1803–1890). It was constructed over a ten-year period, from 1830 to 1840, on a site which had been occupied for some 4,000 years and which from the 11th century until the dissolution of the monasteries was an abbey.

    Margam Castle – Port Talbot, Wales
  • Mandraki Harbor – Rhodes, Greece

    Mandraki is one of the three harbors in Rhodes. It is famous, because it is believed that the great statue of Colossus, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, once stood at the harbor entrance. Today the deer sculptures at the entrance, the St. Nicholas Fortress and a number of medieval windmills create a charming view of the harbor.

    Mandraki Harbor – Rhodes, Greece
  • Vernazza – Cinque Terre, Italy

    Vernazza (Latin: Vulnetia) is a town and comune located in the province of La Spezia, Liguria, northwestern Italy. It is one of the five towns that make up the Cinque Terre region. Vernazza is the fourth town heading north, has no car traffic, and remains one of the truest “fishing villages” on the Italian Riviera.

    Vernazza – Cinque Terre, Italy
  • Puerto Marina – Benalmadena, Spain

    Puerto Marina in Benalmadena, is one of the best prepared port and residential complexes in the world, with a very attractive architecture and a blue flag distinction for the quality it has always offered since 1987. The port has a privileged climate all year round and a huge calendar of events.

    Puerto Marina – Benalmadena, Spain
  • Ippokratous Square – Rhodes, Greece

    Ippokratous Square lies in the medieval walled city of Rhodes, Greece. In the center of the square stands an ornamental fountain, which, along with a grand staircase from the south west section, is the only remaining evidence of the Castellania, an important building constructed by the Knights Hospitaller in the 14th century

    Ippokratous Square – Rhodes, Greece
  • Langevin Bridge – Calgary, Canada

    The Langevin Bridge is a through truss bridge in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. It connects Downtown Calgary with north-central Calgary communities such as Bridgeland and Crescent Heights, by spanning the Bow River between 4th Avenue South and Memorial Drive.

    Langevin Bridge – Calgary, Canada
  • La Malagueta – Málaga, Spain

    La Malagueta is the bullring at Málaga (Andalucía, Spain) which since 1976 has been denominated a cultural asset of Spain (BIC). It is located in the eastern district of Málaga, alongside the Paseo de Reding. The first event was held in 1876. the current (2013 season) operator is Coso de Badajoz SL, a company owned […]

    La Malagueta – Málaga, Spain
  • Jama Masjid – Champaner, Gujarat

    Jama Masjid (also, Jami Masjid; meaning “public mosque”) in Champaner, Gujarat state, western India, is part of the Champaner-Pavagadh Archaeological Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is among the 114 monuments there which are listed by the Baroda Heritage Trust. It is located about 150 feet (46 m) east of the city walls (Jahdnpandh), near the east gate

    Jama Masjid – Champaner, Gujarat
  • Paternoster Vents – London, England

    The Paternoster Vents is a sculpture that makes use of vents for a substation cooling system at Paternoster Square, London. The Vents were built in 2009 by Heatherwick Studio and is one of their well-known projects in London.

    Paternoster Vents – London, England
  • Wimbledon Windmill – London, England

    Wimbledon Windmill (grid reference TQ 230 725) is a Grade II* listed windmill situated on Wimbledon Common in the London Borough of Merton (originally in Surrey), in the west of South London, and is preserved as a museum.

    Wimbledon Windmill – London, England