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Carnoustie Ayurveda & Wellness Resort – Mararikulam, India

The Carnoustie Ayurveda & Wellness Resort (website), a luxurious 5 star establishment, is located on the beautiful beach of Marari. There are 3 places to eat, a well-equipped spa and free Wi-Fi.

This elegant villa is tastefully decorated with modern Balinese-inspired elements with thatched roofs and large windows. All accommodation includes a comfortable seating area, a TV and an attached bathroom.

Jai Mahal Hotel Palace – Jaipur, India

The Jai Mahal Palace Hotel (website) located in the middle of 18 acres of beautiful Persian Mughal style gardens, this incomparable palace dates back to 1745 BC. It is a masterpiece of India Sarracénica architecture that integrates opulence with tempting amenities that transport guests to a world of magnificence of Rajasthan. It is located downtown, near the most important shopping center and historical monuments of Jaipur

The Leela Palace Hotel – Udaipur, India

With a majestic location on Lake Pichola and spectacular views of the Aravalli Mountains, The Leela Palace (website) evokes the grandeur and opulence of the land of Mewar. Beautifully designed to reflect the style and influences that surround it, the intricate artisanal and world-class facilities designed by Jeffrey A. Wilkes, while part of Lim Teo Wilkes Design Works, and attention to detail in technique and embellishment of the Ms. Madhu Nair makes it an experience of royalty and regal indulgence.

National Museum of the United States Air Force

The National Museum of the United States Air Force (formerly United States Air Force Museum) is the official museum of the United States Air Force and is located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, in Riverside, near Dayton, Ohio.

The NMUSAF is the world’s largest museum and the oldest museum of military aviation. More than 400 aircraft and missiles are displayed, most of them inside the building. Admission is free.

Duomo of Florence – Italy

The Metropolitan Cathedral Basilica of Santa Maria del Fiore, or Cathedral of Santa Maria de la Flor is the episcopal seat (in Italian duomo) of the Roman Catholic archdiocese of Florence, Italy. It is one of the masterpieces of Gothic art and the first Italian Renaissance.

Symbol of the wealth and power of the Tuscan capital during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, the Florentine cathedral is one of the largest buildings in Christendom. Its name refers to the lily, symbol of Florence, or the old name of the town called Fiorenza. But, on the other hand, a fifteenth-century document states that the “flower” refers to Christ.

The National Gallery – London

The National Gallery is the main art museum in London, located on the northern boundary of Trafalgar Square in the municipality of Westminster, in the center of Greater London. Inaugurated in 1824, it has a collection of more than 2300 paintings, mostly European, of a wide historical period between 1250 and 1900. Because of its content it is a pinacoteca and not a generalist museum, as it does not exhibit sculptures or other arts, which are shown in other important museums of the capital.

Basilica Santa María del Mar – Barcelona, Spain

The Minor Basilica of Santa María del Mar is a Catalan Gothic church in Barcelona, ​​located in the Ribera district and built between 1329 and 1383. The master builders were Berenguer de Montagut (the main designer of the building) and Ramón Despuig. The initiative on the construction of the church had the canon Bernardo Llull.
Some current studies support the hypothesis that it was built on an ancient amphitheater or Roman arenas.

Ještěd Hotel – Czech Republic

The Ještěd Tower is a television signal transmitter and hotel (website) integrated in a single structure of 94 meters high, built on the top of the Ještěd mountain near Liberec in the Czech Republic. The hyperboloid shape of the structure has been chosen because it extends naturally to the silhouette of the hill, as well as for its resistance to the extreme climatic conditions at the top of the hill. In the lower sections of the tower there is a hotel and a restaurant. It was built in the second half of the 1960s and designed by the architect Karel Hubáček who received the Perret Prize from the International Union of Architects for it.

The White House – Washington, USA

The White House is the official residence and main workplace of the president of the United States.

The project was devised by George Washington and built in 1790 under the direction of the Irish-born architect James Hoban, in Neoclassical style. President George Washington, along with the city’s architect, Pierre Charles L’Enfant, chose the site where it would be built. Through a contest the architect, native of Dublin, who won the gold medal for the presentation of the design that we know today, was chosen.

European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) – Switzerland

The European Organization for Nuclear Research (official name), commonly known by the acronym CERN (provisional acronym used in 1952, which responded to the name in French Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire, ie European Council for Nuclear Research), is The largest particle physics research laboratory in the world.