Top 10 Famous and Incredible Landmarks to Add to Your Bucket List - Amazing Places You Should Go

 You will find incredible landmarks that can attract visitors from all over the world. Many of these are symbolic of their country and are a must-see when you visit. To name all the famous and bucket list markers in the world, this article would be extremely long, however, we have selected a few of our favorites.

Here are 9 of the most incredible and iconic man-made landmarks in the world to add to your bucket list.

Eiffel Tower - France

Perhaps the most famous and famous landmark in the world is the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Opened in 1889, the tower dominates the sky and can be seen throughout the city. One of the most popular things to do as well as appreciate from a distance is to go to one of the many observation decks.

Eiffel Tower

From there you can watch the telescopes of the city if you prefer a bubble glass. At night, the Eiffel Tower lights up, and every hour there is even a spectacular display of light. The tower offers incredible views of some of the best photo locations from the 56th floor to the nearby Montparnasse.

Burj Kalifa - UAE

Today, the world's tallest building (at the time of writing) Burj Khalifa reaches an incredible height of 830 meters.

burj khalifa

Completed in 2010, the tower is miles from the popular United Arab Emirates. Those with a head for height can access the observation deck at 555 meters (148 floors).

Palace of Westminster - UK

Westminster Palace is world-famous for its clock tower - the Elizabeth Tower (commonly known as Big Ben). The Palace, also known as the Houses of Parliament, is very popular with anyone visiting London.

Palace of Westminster

The essential thing for the sunset is to walk across Westminster Bridge for the front face, where you can see that many photographers were aiming for that perfect shot.

Rome Colosseum - Italy

The Colosseum in Rome was founded in AD. A list of buckets running up to 72. The building was used as a platform for gladiatorial battles and other activities to entertain the Romans.

Rome Colosseum

The Colosseum is partially destroyed, but it is possible to walk around the body as well as some internal areas.

Statue of Liberty - USA

The Statue of Liberty is one of the most prominent landmarks in the United States. Presented to the nation by France in 1886 to represent freedom and democracy, the statue is located 93 meters high on Liberty Island near Manhattan, New York.

Statue of Liberty

A famous way to see the statue is to watch the boat from the water as well as to see the boat directly to the island and the interior.

Petra - Jordan

Petra and the Treasury (see below) are a prominent feature of Jordan. The famous landmark has a complex face and is carved into the rock face and reaches a height of about 40 meters.


A popular way to visit the treasury is to have hundreds of candles in the front and a night light that creates a truly magical experience by spreading the headlights.

Taj Mahal - India

The beautiful Taj Mahal is a must-visit for any explorer in India and you will find it in Agra. Built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan from 1631 to 1648 as a tomb in memory of his wife, this tomb has a white marble design as a central tomb as well as a cornerstone.

taj mahal

The tomb is located close to the Indian capital Delhi and a common way to visit the Taj Mahal is via the Golden Triangle Road, which includes Jaipur and Delhi.

Blue Mosque - Turkey

The Blue Mosque (officially known as the Sultan Ahmed Mosque) is a 6-minute Ottoman-style mosque. Located in Istanbul and completed in 1617. It is so-called because of the beautifully tiled interior of the upper galleries.

blue mosque casablanca

The church is a place of prayer, a social setting as well as a popular tourist attraction in the city. In front of the church is the Hagia Sophia, which is now a museum but was formerly a mosque and church. Visit Sultan Ahmet Park between these two landmarks as a great place to shoot in these unique buildings.

Machu Picchu - Peru

Situated at an altitude of 2,430 m, Machu Picchu is a 15th-century fortress of an ancient Inca empire.

Machu Picchu

This landmark is now an important archaeological site and a must-see for anyone visiting Peru. The site is accessible from the nearby town of Aguascalientes, as well as from Cusco.

Old Town Dubrovnik - Croatia

The old city of Dubrovnik is a large walled city that reaches the Adriatic Sea. The fort has interesting streets, an amazing bay and a beach nearby.

One of the most popular attractions of the fantasy series Game of Thrones is a tour showing some of the filming locations. Another popular way to experience the city is to walk along the 1,940-meter-wide walled wall around the outer border. These provide good visuals and top photo ops.


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