Monuments

Mosque Imam Husayn

The mosque of Imam Husayn also called sanctuary of Husayn ibn ‘Alī (Arabic: مقام الامام الحسين) is an important mosque in Iraq, one of the oldest mosques in the world and a place of pilgrimage for Shiite Muslims.

Château du Champ-de-Bataille

The Château du Champ-de-Bataille, is a castle located in the department of Eure of the French region of Upper Normandy. A baroque castle, Château du Champ-de-Bataille is located between the communes of Neubourg and Sainte-Opportune-du-Bosc, and in the Campagne du Neubourg, between the river Risle to the west and the Iton river to the east.
It was built in the 17th century by the Maréchal de Créqui.

Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Montmartre

The plaster hill overlooking Paris in the north knew, in honor of Mars and Mercury, temples that still have some vestiges. Their names are one of the etymologies of the word Montmartre.
The second, Monte de los Mártires (Mons Martyrum), is due to Saint Denis, the first Christian apostle of the future capital, sent to Christianize this part of Gaul. He would have resided with his disciples in the plaster quarries. A very old opinion places in this place his martyrdom by decapitation.

Mark Twain House and Museum

The Mark Twain House and Museum was the home of Mark Twain (whose real name was Samuel Langhorne Clemens) from 1874 to 1891 in Hartford, Connecticut, United States. Before 1871, when they moved to Hartford, Twain lived in Hannibal, Missouri. The house, of nineteen rooms, is of Victorian Gothic style.

The Schönbrunn Palace – Austria

The Schönbrunn Palace is a World Heritage Site and is the most visited place in Austria. The palace and gardens were for centuries the property of the Habsburgs and are largely preserved in their original form based primarily on Baroque art. Visitors will find numerous attractions here, a tour of the authentically residential and ceremonial rooms of the imperial family in the palace, and the labyrinth of gardens and a Children’s Museum.

Graceland Mansion – Memphis

Graceland is a house located in Memphis, Tennessee. It’s the mansion where “The King Of Rock” “Elvis Presley” lived from the age of 22, until his death.

It is located in Memphis, Tennessee, United States. It has become one of the biggest tourist attractions in the city, being the second most visited house in the country (after the White House), as well as a museum of its life and a temple for its fans. Elvis bought the house in March 1957 as a gift to his parents, making it his usual residence. The mansion was acquired from Dr. Thomas and Ruth Moore, who gave it the name of Graceland in honor of his daughter Grace.

Hagia Sophia – Istanbul

Holy Mother Sofia or Hagia Sophia (from the Greek: Άγια Σοφία, “Holy Wisdom” in Latin: Sancta Sophia or Sancta Sapientia, in Turkish: Ayasofya) is an old orthodox patriarchal basilica, later converted into a mosque and now a museum, in the City of Istanbul, Turkey.

Castle of Turaida – Latvia

Castle of Turaida (in Latvian: Turaidas pils) is a medieval castle recently reconstructed in Turaida, in the region of Vidzeme of Latvia, in the opposite shore of the Gauja river of Sigulda.

The Wieliczka Salt Mine – Poland

The “Wieliczka” Salt Mine is one of the most valuable monuments of material and spiritual culture in Poland. Every year, more than one million tourists from all over the world visit it.

It is also a monument of universal value, one of the first dozen monuments inscribed on UNESCO’s List of World Heritage Sites.

Iran in 360 °

Iran, whose official name is the Islamic Republic of Iran (in Persian, جمهوری اسلامی ایران, transliterated Ŷomhuri Eslāmi Irān, and pronounced Yomhurí-e Eslamí-e Iran:), is a State of the Middle East and Western Asia. From the 1st millennium a. C. until 1935 was known in the West as Persia, although today this name is still valid and accepted along with that of Iran. It borders Pakistan and Afghanistan in the east; Turkmenistan to the northeast, the Caspian Sea to the north and Azerbaijan and Armenia to the northwest; Turkey and Iraq to the west and finally to the coast of the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman to the south.