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  • Dresden’s Frauenkirche

    Dresden’s Frauenkirche
    For the people of Dresden the Frauenkirche is at once a memorial for future generations never let happen again things like World War II and a symbol for the reunification of Germany.
  • Santa Cruz - The top of Oran

    Santa Cruz - The top of Oran
    Algeria has always been a pinball between the empires of Europe and Africa. The powers changed every once in a while and left traces of their rule in form of bricks. The Spanish also had their share of the Algerian Soil.
  • Eiffel Tower (La Tour Eiffel)

    Eiffel Tower (La Tour Eiffel)
    The Eiffel Tower is the town’s landmark of the city of Paris. It was built from 1887-1889 on the occasion of the hundred year anniversary of the French Revolution. It is named after its architect Gustave Eiffel and it is situated on the Champ de Mars at the river Seine.
  • Castle Rattenberg

    Castle Rattenberg
    Rattenberg is a little historic town in the Tyrolean Unterinntal where you can find lots of old and picturesque buildings. It is really worth to take a walk through the medieval Old Town with its cosy cafes and lots of glassware shops.
  • The "Michel" (Hamburg)

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    The Michel, actually St.Michaelis Kirche, is Hamburgs landmark. And it is also the most famous church in the city. With the biggest clock in Germany. Everybody knows this church and you can always see it when strolling through the main parts of the city.
  • Boston

    Boston
    The city of Boston has many places that can be a great experience to visit. One way to see the city is from the water. Seeing the city from the Charles river can prove to be a relief from the busy streets on land. The sights that can be seen are really "sights to be seen".