#11. Eiffel Tower
When you think of Paris, you more than likely think of the Eiffel Tower. This beautiful landmark is synonymous with the city’s grace, beauty, and elegance. There are 1,665 steps in the tower, and it’s possible to climb to the top. Unsurprisingly, many people choose to take the elevator.
#12. Church of the Savior on Blood
One of the main attractions of St. Petersburg, Russia, this church was built on the site where Emperor Alexander II was killed. It was completed in 1907,but has not been used as a functioning church in years. Today, it is simply a stunning tourist attraction.
#13. Notre Dame Cathedral
Notre Dame is located in a part of Paris Island called Ile de la Cite. The cathedral was built between 1163 and 1345. During its construction, many different architects and designers introduced new elements to the design including the cathedral’s innovative flying buttresses.
#14. The Alhambra
The Alhambra gets its name from its reddish walls: In Arabic, al-Hamra means Red Castle. It’s located in Granada, Spain. It is one of Spain’s major tourist attractions, and has the country’s most well-known Islamic architecture.
#15. Hagia Sophia Museum / Church (Ayasofya)
The Hagia Sophia is a magnificent museum that looms large over Istanbul. Hagia Sophia translated to English means “Shrine of The Holy of God” It has the second largest dome in the world next to the Pantheon in Rome.