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Team Building (Tourism Events)

Scavenger hunt Scavenger hunt
One of the best team building activities for an incentive trip: scavenger hunt ...
Wine Games Wine Games
An exciting discovery of Italian tradition: Wine Games team buildngWine Games is another way to discover Italy or another wine producting country in fun and dynamic wine team building activities. The charming universe of wine has a lot of secrets to discover. Places of wine production, varieties of grapes, procedures... in Wine Games your knowledges will be put to the test! Where to play? This activity suits perfectly for an incentive trip to Italy, but also to other countries. Of course, speaking of wine, we think also about France. Other places will be Spain, Port...
Team Cooking Team Cooking
Discover local food during incentive trip with team cooking ...

The Best Parliament Houses in the World (Destinations)

The Hungarian Parliament, Budapest The Hungarian Parliament, Budapest
The Hungarian Parliament is the majestic symbol of independence and unity of the Hungarian nation proudly overlooking the Danube. It is one of the world's largest government residences and at the same time a symbol of Hungarian national unity, one of the most representative and popular parliamentary buildings in the world which annually attracts millions of tourists.   ...
The Secretariat Building, New Delhi The Secretariat Building, New Delhi
New Delhi is part of the capital of India, the city of Delhi. The main government offices are located on its territory. Initially, the area of New Delhi was built for the administration of the British colony, which suffered from its residence in Calcutta. New Delhi is the imperial city, which covers an area riddled with long tree-lined boulevards. In designing this part of the city participated the Society of London Architects under the guidance of the architect Edwin Lyutensa, who ...
The Parliament of Canada,Ottawa The Parliament of Canada,Ottawa
The capital of Canada,  Ottawa is the fourth largest city in the country. Once upon a time there was a picturesque hillside, a place where white settlers met with the Indians, exchanging manufactured goods for food. Hence the city got its name because "Ottawa" in the language of the Indians means "exchange." The title of the capital of Canada was claimed by a few cities, but Queen Victoria has made the choice in favor of Ottawa,...

The Most Famous Towers in the World (Destinations)

The Eiffel Tower 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...
The CN Tower, Toronto 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.  ...
The Tokyo Tower 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...

The Most Unusual Churches in the World (World Tourism)

Sagrada Familia Sagrada Familia
Sagrada Familia is a church, located in Barcelona in the Eixample district, being built by private donations from 1882. It is a well-known project of Antonio Gaudi.   The first project was designed by the architect Francisco del Villar, who was replaced by Gaudi in 1883. Gaudi changed significantly the original draft. By the decision of the construction initiators, the temple financing activities mu...
Las Lajas Cathedral Las Lajas Cathedral
In Colombia, near the border with Ecuador, on the bridge over the river Guaitara Las Lajas Cathedral rises. Las Lajas Cathedral has everything to be a tourist attraction: the rare beauty of the architecture, a miraculous image and a poetic legend.   The cathedral building   The cathedral, which was built from 1916...
Milan Cathedral Milan Cathedral
Milan Cathedral is a symbolic monument. It is the administrative center of the Lombardy region and it is dedicated to Santa Maria Nashente. The famous fourth-largest church in the world is located in the Milan heart and is its symbol. This late Gothic wonder, which contains a forest of steeples and statues, marble pointed columns and turrets, woven together by a web of soaring towers, provokes you to say: grand, stunning, gorgeous. It is the third largest cathedral in Europe aft...

The Most Bizarre Houses in the World (World Tourism)

The Kvivik Igloo The Kvivik Igloo
Kvivik is a village from the Faroe Islands on the coast of Denmark. A pair of identical igloos was built there. Each structure has about 91 square meters and a kitchen, a living room with double bed and a loft. Both igloos are very friendly with the nature. It has a lush green roof and they are so near to the mountains and the ocean. Tourists enjoy these two constructions as they can be rented at least for two nights....
The One Log House The One Log House
Would you believe that a tree trunk may become a house for you? So, there is a house carved into a huge, over 2,000 years old, tree of 42 tons. The tree is of the same family as the sequoia trees are. It was “built" by the carpenter Art Schmock in 1946. He exhibited this home at various fairs and festivals log across the country to promote the beautiful old trees in Northern California and his labor source. The house, which is almost 10 feet long and about 1.80 high, ...
The Upside-Down House The Upside-Down House
It represents a memorial to the horrors of communism and crimes against the humanity. The house was built at the initiative of Daniel Czapiewski, a Polish businessman who deals with the construction of wooden houses. The construction lasted 114 days, 5 times more than usual, because the workers felt confused and disoriented in the strange house. The house is a tourist attraction, but people who visit complain of symptoms similar to sea sickness. Czapiewski is also the holder of a Guinnes...

Top stadiums with the most beautiful architecture (Destinations)

Nou Camp Stadium in Barcelona, Spain Nou Camp Stadium in Barcelona, Spain
  Nou Camp Stadium, opened in 1957, was known at that time under the name "FC Barcelona Stadium. The stadium is located in the west of Barcelona, in Les Corts district. In 2001 he adopted the current name, meaning he received the popular name since the inauguration.     With a capacity of 98,847 spectators, the stadium becomes the highest capacity in Europe and 11th among the world's biggest stadiums. It was built during the mandate of President FC Barcelona, Francesc Miró-Sans, whic...
Donbass Arena in Ukraine Donbass Arena in Ukraine
  One of the most beautiful and spacious venues in eastern Europe, is what activates Shakhtar Donetsk. Inaugurated on August 29, 2009, may madri Donobass Arena with a natural grass and UEFA officials include the Elite list of stadiums, with five stars. With a capacity of 51,504 seats, Shakhtar stadium will host matches at Euro 2012 with Ukraine as Poland, the host of the competition.     The stadium project initially approached by the sum of $ 250 million, but they have allocated 30 million doll...
Allianz Arena in Germany Allianz Arena in Germany
  Built in the northern German city of Munich, Allianz Arena football stadium itself is a curiosity because of modern design, which adds not only in form, but also by the innovative facade lighting. Alliantz Arena is the first stadium in the world whose facade can change colors.     Two professional football clubs, FC Bayern Munich and TSV 1860 Munich, host their matches on this ground, early in the season 2005/2006. Provider of financial services worldwide, Allianz has purchased the rights...

The cities with the most beautiful sky-scrapers in the world (Destinations)

New York New York
     New York is a city of superlatives. Besides being a world financial center, the island of Manhattan is dotted with world-renowned restaurants, architectural masterpieces and venerable art institutions that make New York the greatest cultural city in the world.    The phrase "If you succeed in New York, you will succeed anywhere else in the world" attracts visitors from around the world who come here searching for the American dream. New York has always been a city of the whole world, with it...
Shanghai Shanghai
   Today's Shanghai is not only a major science and technology, trade, financial and information center in China, it is a place of international cultural exchange and integration. Shanghai has developed into an international metropolis, the world's important economic and trade center. Also put forward some proposals Shanghai will become the future of global cities. International mainstream media even Shanghai described as "a model of the world's fastest-growing economy." China's economic growth is visible in ...
Chicago Chicago
Chicago passes today as the unofficial capital of the inside  part of the United States! It's called 'the city that works ", but still bears the appellation of the " Windy City "due to the strong winds are present throughout the year. Its brief history tells us that there was first mentioned in 1803 when the U.S. Army built a fort for defense. It was only in 1825 when the city transformed. At first it was a small border town, but today is the third larges...

The strangest houses in the world (Cottages)

Stone House, Portugal Stone House, Portugal
The Stone House is located in Nas montanhas de Fafe, Portugal. It was built in 1974 between four large stones found on the site, its resistance being secured  mainly by the two immense stone walls. ...
Fairy chimney houses in Cappadocia, Turkey Fairy chimney houses in Cappadocia, Turkey
  Fairy chimney houses are located in Göreme, a town in Cappadocia, Eastern Anatolia, which is the center of Turkey. Its origin dates back from the Roman period, being carved in rock and it represents now an amazing site with rock-hewn churches and chapels, along with some reminiscences of the underground cities. Thanks to its unique geological formations and archaeological sites in the world, was included in UNESCO in 1985....
Cube Houses, Netherlands Cube Houses, Netherlands
    A cube is a dwelling house in the form of a tilted cube on a pole, also called pile dwelling or tree house. In the seventies cube houses built by the Dutch architect Piet Blom in Helmond and Rotterdam . His basic idea, that is built on columns, so the space under the building can remain open, was inspired by Le Corbusier .    The cube house Blom are three floors: the bottom of the so-called street house with kitchen and living room, in between the sky house with space for study and bedroom, and upper lo...