The Rocks – Australia

The Rocks is the location where European settles first landed in Sydney, Australia. Originally, this area was a rough place to live as it was occupied by a settlement of convicts, soldiers, sailors and street gangs. Today it is a popular area with upscale restaurants, trendy bars and art galleries. The Rocks is Sydney’s oldest…

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French Quarter – Louisiana

The French Quarter is the historic center of New Orleans. It is famous for lively nightlife, colorful building, jazz clubs, great restaurants and rowdy bars. The distinctive architecture is the first thing that is obvious when walking into the French Quarter. Many of the buildings are brightly colored and the balconies have ornate ironwork with…

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Old Town Munich – Germany

Munich is the capital and most populous city of the German state of Bavaria. The city sits on the banks of the River Isar, north of the Bavarian Alps. Munich’s old town is located in the heart of Munich and is only 1.25 square miles but it is packed with charming architecture. One of the…

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Melbourne CBD – Australia

Melbourne, Australia is known for being Australia’s cultural capital and is one of the best cities in the world to view street art but the Melbourne CBD (central business district) has many other things to see other than its street art. Melbourne Architecture The architecture in the Melbourne Central Business District is a combination of…

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Perth CBD – Australia

Perth, Australia is famous for being the world’s most isolated city as it is surrounded by the Australian outback on one side and the Indian Ocean on the other. The city’s isolation from the world doesn’t mean that it is being left behind by the times. Perth is a modern city with a population of…

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Colonial Cartagena – Columbia

Colonial Cartagena is one of South America’s oldest colonial cities. It was founded in 1533 and was named after Cartagena, Spain. The city is located on the southern rim of the Caribbean Sea just a few degrees north of the Equator making the city warm year-round. The entrance into the walled city of Colonial Cartagena…

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La Rambla Street – Spain

La Rambla Street is a tree-lined pedestrian street in central Barcelona and is one of the most popular attractions to visit in Barcelona. It begins at the Placa de Catalunya (Park of Catalonia) and stretches for 1.2 Kilometers (0.75 miles) where it ends at the Christopher Columbus Monument. A photo of the Park of Catalonia…

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Gothic Quarter – Spain

The neighborhood known as the Gothic Quarter in Barcelona is called that because it was previously the Roman Village and still has some remnants from that time. Currently there is a mix of old and new but the feeling of the neighborhood is that of an older era. Probably the most prominent building in the…

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