The Roman Coliseum – ruins from the glory of Ancient Rome – remains on of the city’s most visited landmarks
Notre Dame de Paris, located on the banks of the Seine River, is a Roman Catholic cathedral, one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture and among the most well-known churches in the world.
The London Eye has 32 passenger capsules capable of holding 25 people each; the giant Ferris wheel moves slowsly, completing one rotation every 30 minutes.
El Duomo, formally known as the Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore, was completed in 1436 in Florence, Italy.
Excurions boats like this one run by Bateaux Mouches cruise up and down the Seine River daily, providing scenic views of the Eiffel Tower and other Paris landmarks.
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