Daugavpils Fortress (Latvian: Daugavpils cietoksnis) is an early 19th-century Neoclassical fortification in Latvia, and the last bastion-type fortress to be built in the world. Its territory comprises 35 individual historical monuments.
Hatanpaa Arboretum (Finnish: Hatanpään arboretum) is a beautiful botanical garden with lots of nice flowers located on the shores of Pyhäjärvi Lake, just 3 kilometers (1,8 mi) south of the center of Tampere, southern Finland.
The Forth Bridge is a symbol of Scotland’s architectural, industrial, and transportation heritage. In 2015, UNESCO inscribed the bridge as the sixth World Heritage site in the country.
Rising above the city to a height of 251 m (823 ft), Arthur’s Seat is the main peak of the group of hills in Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital. It is the largest part of the remains of a 350 million years old volcano.
Salisbury Crags are a series of cliffs in Edinburgh’s Holyrood Park. They rise to 46 m (151 ft) above the city and has been popular with local climbers for generations.
Established in the first half of the 19th century, the Glasgow Necropolis was modeled on the world-famous Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris and built in the Classical Revival architectural style.
Loch Ness is a large and deep lake in Scotland containing more fresh water than all the lakes in England and Wales combined.