If you love to travel, you have come to the right place. In this article we will stop in India and in Europe, and while there we will explore some of the most iconic and breath taking buildings in the world. First stop: Central Europe.
Hungarian Parliament Building
Not only is it one of Hungary’s most notable landmarks, but it’s one of the oldest legislative buildings in Europe.
This white marble mausoleum is considered the jewel of Muslim art in India. The rich history and the overall esteem of this building make it a great place for tourists to check out as well.
Palace of Versailles
It’s a royal chateau that has quite the reputation. It holds a significant history in the 17-18th century political sector. It’s a symbol of absolute monarchy as well.
This is a building that was a true labor of love because it took 6 centuries to complete. It’s the largest church in Italy and the 5th largest one in the world.
This island commune in Normandy, France has been around since the 8th century AD. There’s a strange element to it, but it served its purpose to keep strangers out and the inhabitants comfortable.
Notre-Dame de Paris
The name alone says so much. Animated movies, sports teams, schools, and more have been named after this place. Of course, this is one of the most well-known buildings in the world. The sculptures and stained glass show a contrast in early Romanesque architecture.
This is a former palace, which actually has turned into quite a romantic area for significant others. There’s a lot of romantic artwork in the museum area of the building.