Warsaw's Castle Square is a historic square in front of the Royal Castle – the official residence of Polish monarchs – located in Warsaw, Poland. It is a popular meeting place for tourists and locals. The Square (in a more or less triangular shape) features landmark Sigismund's Column to the south-west, and is surrounded by historic townhouses. It marks the beginning of the bustling Royal Road extending to the south.
Taronga Zoo, across the harbour from Sydney's Circular Quay, has the largest number and variety of animals and birds from many parts of the world, including unique species of Australian wildlife, in a major Australian city.
First opened at another Sydney location in 1884, Taronga Zoo is the first public zoo in New South Wales. It is located on 21 hectares (52 acres) of land on Sydney Harbour.
The views are stunning. You get one of the best views of Sydney, the bridge, and the Opera House. It is really wonder then that these beautiful
Walk through its see-through tunnels to where three-metre sharks glide silently above you, almost close enough to touch. See the colorful fish and corals of the Great Barrier Reef. The variety is astounding. Almost every Australian sea and major waterway is represented at Sydney Aquarium: from the open sea to the Great Barrier Reef, to the Australian Bight and Sydney Harbour, to the Murray-Darling river system, the rivers of the Far North, mangrove habitats, rocky shores. Opened in 1988, Sydney Aquarium is one of the largest aquariums in the wo
The legendary Red Square was named in the 17th century using an old, Russian word for 'beautiful' and has been the central square of Moscow ever since. Walk through the recently refurbished Resurrection Gate, which has been the entrance to Red Square since the 16th century. As you walk past the square, you would notice the beautifully ornate St. Basil's Cathedral, built in the 16th century under the rule of Ivan the Terrible. The building with its interiors painted with Russian orthodox depictions was restored in 2004. Right in front of the cat
The Topkapi Palace is located in Istanbul, Turkey. It is said to be the official residence of the Ottoman Sultans and has been here from the past four centuries, from a period of 1465 till 1853.The palace is a major tourist attraction nowadays, when it was actually a place for official occasion of the state and an entertainment place. The Topkapi word literally means a 'cannon gate palace'.
In 1985, the palace belonged to the historic areas of Istanbul and became a part of the UNESCO, World Heritage center. The palace has the Ottoman archi
The Bosphorus is the 32 km (20-mile)-long strait which joins the Sea of Marmara with the Black Sea in Istanbul, and separates the continents of Europe and Asia. It runs right through the heart of Istanbul, past the Istanbul Modern Art Museum, several Ottoman palaces, at least two fortresses, forested hills, and shore villages with Ottoman architecture.
Its English name comes from a Greek legend: Zeus had an affair with a beautiful women named Io. When Hera, his wife, discovered his infidelity, she turned Io into a cow and created a horsefl
Edinburgh Castle is an ancient fortress situated in the Edinburgh city of Scotland. It is perched on top of Castle Rock, dominating the skyline of the city. It is believed that the castle was inhabited by human beings as far back as 900 BC, the late Bronze Age.

The most popular attraction of Edinburgh, the castle served as the seat of royalty during the Middle Ages, but with time, it came to be used as a centre of military activity. The head of the Army in Scotland has always served as the Governor of the castle. However, direct adm
St Andrews was historically the Ecclesiastical capital of Scotland. The cathedral was the most important in Scotland during the mediaeval period, and the Bishops of St Andrews lived in St Andrews Castle. John Knox preached in the town.

The University grew up out of the cathedral, and was founded in 1410, being the oldest university in Scotland, and the third oldest university in the English-speaking world. It was the place of education of Prince William, second in line to the British throne.
St Andrews is also seen as the Home o
The Holyrood Palace is currently the official residence of the Monarch of the United Kingdom. It is located at the bottom of the Royal Mile, Edinburgh, on the opposite end of the Edinburgh Castle. Holyrood Abbey was founded by David I, King of Scots in 1128, and Holyrood Palace has served as the principal residence of the Kings and Queens of Scots since the 15th century. Queen Elizabeth II spends one week in residence at Holyrood Palace at the beginning of each summer, where she carries out a range of official engagements and ceremonies. It's o
Interesting stats and facts:
1. Oscar winners don’t really own their statues. Upon being presented with their award, winners must sign an agreement stating that they should they wish to sell their statuettes they must first offer them to the Academy for $1. If they refuse, they cannot keep their trophy. The rule has been in effect since 1950, which means that older statues do sometimes appear on the open market. Be prepared to pay a lot more than $1, though: Steven Speielberg bought Bette Davis’ Oscar for $578,000 in 2001 and dona