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La Défense

La Défense

Paris, France

The largest business district in Europe is named for the La Defense de Paris sculpture that commemorates the defense of Paris during the Franco-Prussian War.  It covers 77.5 acres and has 3.5 million square meters of office space, with more than 180,000 employees.   The business district was created in 1955 on the periphery of Paris and is home to many skyscrapers.  La Defense is locate...

Campo Santo Stefano

Campo Santo Stefano

Venice, Italy

Located in the city's most affluent residential areas, surprisingly, this square once hosted bullfights! There was only a stone avenue called a “liston” here, and was a very popular walking area. So much so that in Venetian language "andare al liston" still means "to go for a walk." Campo Santo Stefano is a popular meeting spot and outdoor fairs during Christmas and Carnival seasons are also held ...

Walking Man

Walking Man

Munich, Germany

The Walking Man is a 17 metre high sculpture by the American artist Jonathan Borofsky, which stands on the street called Leopoldstrasse, in front of the Munich Re Group Building. The figure is seen taking an energetic step forward. Since its establishment in 1995, the Walking Man, a steel structure with fiber glass mats, has become an outstanding landmark of the city.  ...

The National Museum

The National Museum

Bangkok, Thailand

This building was originally a palace until it was converted into a museum in the 1880s. It is a treasure house of Thai art and archaeology. The Red House initially home to the sister of King Rama I is a must see in addition to the Phuttaisawan Chapel which reflects the magnificence of Buddhist temple architecture. The Old Transportation Room houses an interesting collection of ivory carvings, p...