The Window of the World (Chinese: 世界之窗; pinyin: Shìjiè zhī Chuāng; alternatively 小人国) is a theme park located in the western part of the city of Shenzhen in the People's Republic of China. Window of the World entrance sign Miniature Eiffel Tower Window of the World entrance 
The first documented lighthouse was the Lighthouse of Alexandria, built in 200 BC on the island of Pharos by the Egyptian Emperor Ptolemy. Considered as one of the Seven Wonders of the World, it is thought to have been 492 ft (150 metres) high – about three times taller than…
George Washington Bridge in New York, USA which spans the Hudson River is the busiest bridges in the world in terms of vehicle traffic with a total of 14 lanes?
London and New York will top the list of any analyst’s most popular financial capitals but in Asia lies Tokyo, the largest metropolis in the world. Tokyo is regarded as one of the three financial command centres in the world today alongside the afore-mentioned cities.
The world’s most expensive home as at 2010 is the ‘Antilla’ in Mumbai valued at $1Billion. It is a custom 27 storey mansion and is home to the fifth richest man in the world Mukesh Ambani.
The Nigerian presidential villa also called the Aso-Rock Villa was built in 1991 by Gen. Babangida. The sprawling villa was built around the 400 meter monolith Aso Rock fortress, a massive rock mass that cuts through the three arms of the Federal Capital Territory.
The Vatican is the world’s smallest country, at 0.16 square miles (0,44 sq km). Monaco is the second smallest country. Tuvalu, the 5th smallest country, is situated in the South Pacific and consists of nine coral atolls but most of its citizens live on Funafuti, the main island.
The US Census Bureau reported that the 6 billionth person was born at 1.24am on Sunday July 18, 1999. The United Nations however, had set that landmark at October 12, 1999. Every second 5 people are born and 2 people die, a net gain of 3 people. At this rate,…
As if rising from the clouds, the world's longest sea bridge, the latest marvel of modern Chinese engineering, opened for traffic on Thursday. The 42.5-km span stretches across the wide blue waters of Jiaozhou Bay and connects the booming northern port city of Qingdao with an airport built on a…