Times Square, New York
The Times Square in New York City is located at the intersection of Broadway and Seventh Avenue and is named after the used by the New York Times building TS1. It extends from West 42nd Street to West 47th Street and is the center of the Broadway theater district known as Manhattan. In the 1930s, Times Square was officially divided into two sections. The southern end retained the name, the northern terminus was renamed Duffy Square.
In addition to about 40 theaters are located in the district around Times Square numerous cafes, fast food chains and souvenir shops, but also high-end restaurants, multiplex cinema, the MTV Studios, Sony, Toys R Us and Vogue. The American NASDAQ stock exchange is located in the vicinity of Times Square. Times Square is famous for its many neon signs.
Niagara Falls, Ontario
The Niagara Falls are waterfalls of the Niagara River on the border between the U.S. State of New York and the Canadian province of Ontario. In the language of the natives Niagara “thundering water”.
Niagara Falls is also the name of the two sister cities Niagara Falls in upstate New York and Niagara Falls in Ontario, Canada, in the center there are the cases.
Central Park, New York
Central Park is a city park in the center of Manhattan in New York City. It was established in 1859 as a landscape park and completed in 1873. 1963 Central Park the status of a National Historic Landmark was awarded the United States, and thus classified the park as a place of special historical significance from the U.S. Department of Interior.
Church of Notre Dame, Paris, France
St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City, Rome, Italy
Disney World, Magic Kingdom, Orlando
Magic Kingdom is a theme park at the Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista in the State of Florida, about 30 kilometers southwest of Orlando. With an estimated 17.14 million visitors to the park in 2011, the most visited amusement park in the world.
Central World, Bangkok
Effiel Tower, Paris
The Eiffel Tower is a 324 meter high iron lattice tower in Paris. He is in the 7th District on the northwest end of the Champ de Mars (Field of Mars), near the banks of the Seine. The 1887-1889 building was built as a monumental entrance and observation tower for the World Exhibition to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the French Revolution erected. Named after the designer, Gustave Eiffel Tower was from its construction until the completion of the Chrysler Building in New York in 1930, the tallest building in the world. With the broadcast of the first public radio program in 1921 in Europe and the first French television program in 1935, the building contributed as a transmission tower on the history of radio and television. The TV Tower is the most important transmitter of the Paris region and is home to a tower restaurant one star restaurant.