Dragon Carp Fountain – Vietnam

The Dragon Carp Fountain is located on the east bank of the Han River between the Dragon Bridge and the Han River Bridge in Da Nang, Vietnam. The statue is 7.5 meters (25 ft.) high, weighs 200 tons and is made from white marble. During the day the fountain is turned off but it is…

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World War II Memorial – Washington D.C.

The World War II Memorial is located in the heart of the National Mall in Washington D.C. The memorial is located at the end of the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool with the Washington Monument to the east. The World War II Memorial was opened to the public on April 29, 2004. The memorial honors the…

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Spectra Light and Water Show – Singapore

The Spectra Light and Water Show is Singapore’s version of the Bellagio fountains in Las Vegas although the Light and Water Show takes it to another level by adding colored lighting to the fountain, a projection show and lasers. The light and water show is a free performance that takes place every night in front…

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Merlion Fountain – Singapore

The Merlion Fountain is one of the iconic symbols of Singapore and is easily the most popular tourist attraction for visitors to Singapore. The Merlion received its name from a combination of “mer” meaning sea and lion. This is appropriate for Singapore because of its origin of being a fishing village called Temasek meaning “sea…

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Bellagio Fountains – Nevada

The Bellagio Fountain Show is the centerpiece of the Las Vegas Strip. It is big, it is eye catching and it is classy! It out shines all of the other bright lights on the Vegas Strip. Masses of people wait for the show to begin and when the show starts everyone puts all of their…

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