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Featured Sights To See
Frederiksberg Swimming Baths

Frederiksberg Swimming Baths

Copenhagen, Denmark

Recreation and relaxation is the main aim of every holiday. How else can you fulfill this purpose other than visiting the Frederiksberg Swimming Baths. It includes a large and small swimming pool, facilitated by springboards, Turkish baths and a solarium. Keeping in mind the health conscious tourists, a special fitness and aerobics centre is also available within the premises. Apart from such amen...

The Capitol

The Capitol

Washington DC, United States

Sitting atop a high hill overlooking the National Mall and the wide avenues of the city beyond, the Capitol (built in 1793) is among the most architecturally impressive and symbolically important buildings in the world. It houses the legislative branch of Congress, the Senate and the House of Representatives. A 285 ft cast iron dome is topped by a bronze statue called the Statue of Freedom. Sev...

The Nobel Peace Center

The Nobel Peace Center

Oslo, Norway

The Nobel Peace Center is one of Oslo’s most modern museums and was completed in 2005. Inside, you will find a history of the award’s namesake, Alfred Nobel, along with profiles of each of the winners of the award. Informative movies and recordings of past ceremonies are also included in the museum. Sometimes, former winners come to give lectures within the museum’s confines. The museum is located...

National Museum of China

National Museum of China

Beijing, China

The National Museum of China is at the tail end of a renovation which will modernize the museum and more than triple its exhibition space.  The world’s largest collection of Chinese antiquities is housed here.  The museum covers Chinese history up until the end of the end of the Qing Dynasty.  The oldest item on display is the remains of Yuanmou Man, dating back 1.7 million years. ...