4 Ponte Vecchio, Florence, Italy : The “old bridge” is a medieval stone arch bridge, famous for still having shops built along it as was once common. It is the only bridge in Florence to survive the second world war. In the past the shops were owned by butchers but today the shops are mostly…Details
5 Khaju Bridge, Isfahan, Iran : Built in the 17th century, this beautiful stone bridge that crosses the Zayandeh River also serves as a dam. Khaju Bridge has 24 arches and has a total length of 133 meters (436 ft)
6 Charles Bridge, Prague, Czech Republic : A world famous bridge that crosses the Vltava river. The stone Gothic bridge construction began in 1357 and ended only in the beginning of the 15th century. As it was the only means of crossing the Vltava river, the Charles Bridge was the most important connection between the…Details
4 Burj al Arab : Burj Al Arab is a hotel built on an artificial island. Designed by lead architect Tom Wright. It officially opened December of 1999.
10 Most Must-See Architectural Wonders of the Modern World : 5 Nagoya Science Museum and Planetarium
5 Nagoya Science Museum and Planetarium : Originally just a science museum, the structure was renovated last 2012 to add a planetarium that mainly features modern science and technology.
6 Cumulus Building : Located in Danfoss Universe (an amusement park), Cumulus building is a public museum designed by J. Mayer H.
1 Puente Nuevo, Ronda, Spain : The Puente Nuevo or “new bridge” is not that new: it was built during the years 1751-1793 and iIt crosses the Guadalevín river in the 120 meters (390 ft) deep El Tajo gorge. The long construction claimed the life of 50 workers. The bridge includes a small chamber under…Details
10 Most Beautiful Stone Bridges In The World : 2 Bastei Bridge, Saxon Switzerland National Park , Germany
2 Bastei Bridge, Saxon Switzerland National Park , Germany : The Bastei Bridge we see today is a sandstone bridge built in 1851. It replaced the wooden bridge that was built in 1824. The bridge is 76.5 meters long (350 ft), has 7 arches and spans a depth of 40 meters (131 ft)
3 Rialto Bridge, Venice, Italy : The oldest of four bridges spanning the Grand Canal in Venice. It was completed in 1591, replacing a wooden bridge that collapsed in 1524. The beautiful old bridge is one of the icons of Venice and one of its best attractions , and is always packed with excited tourists
1 Guggenheim Museum : It was first opened to the public on October 18, 1997. Designed by Frank Gehry, it is considered one of the biggest museum in Spain.