|35||The Eiffel Tower
The Eiffel Tower is the most recognizable architectural landmark of Paris, world-famous as a symbol of France, named after its designer Gustave Eiffel and it is a place of pilgrimage for tourists. The designer himself called it simply - a 300-meter tower. In 2006 the tower was visited by 6,719,200 people and 236 445 812 people in its history. That is, the tower is the most visited attract...
|18||The CN Tower, Toronto
For more than 30 years, the CN Tower holds the palm among the tallest buildings of the world. The CN Tower, the highest TV tower in the world can be found in Toronto, against the famous Bay Street. Until 2007 it was the tallest building in the world. The tower lost the title of the highest buildings in the world on July 21, 2007, giving it to the construction of Burj Dubai, whose height exceeds 554 meters. ...
|14||The Tokyo Tower
By the middle of the 1950s, Japan has largely recovered from the effects of World War II. The horrific scale of the military defeat, the two nuclear bombings, the shame of the surrender, the bloodless economy and the huge loss of life - it was all over. The country, cast a heavy burden of prewar militarism and was optimistic about the future. The whole world already started to talk about the Japanese "economic miracle" and the symbol of the miracle, a symbol of a resurgen...
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