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There are cities in the world that seem to have come down from the pages of science fiction books. Space skyscrapers, amazing technology, a dynamic rhythm of life make you think that the world is rapidly moving forward. Very soon, high-tech buildings and smart robots will no longer surprise anyone, and you can go on a space trip right from home, ordering a flying taxi.
We offer you a selection of the top 5 impressive cities in the world where they know a lot about technology. Their great minds have already become one step closer to innovation, but they do not forget to protect the natural heritage and pass on knowledge to the younger generation. Who knows, maybe your next trip will be in the direction of these impressive corners of the world.
1. Luxury in every detail: Dubai (UAE)
The popular Arab Emirate plays the role of a major technology center in the Middle East. When planning a trip to Dubai, tourists know that innovation is not something surprising, but the lifestyle of the city. Everything is surprising here – unmanned metro trains, palm-powered solar panels, football fields on the upper floors of skyscrapers and, of course, the majestic Burj Khalifa, which has become the hallmark of the emirate. Continue reading
The “big apple,” as New York is called, impresses tourists with its dynamic pace of life. This bustling metropolis will seem familiar even if you have never been here. Indeed, in many parks and squares they shot famous Hollywood best-selling films. The city has more than a hundred recognizable sights, but what you should see in New York in the first place, we will tell further in the article.
The Statue of Liberty
“Business card” of the United States of America. The statue is often shown in the movies, and its miniature copies are sold in every gift shop. Among the architects working on the design of the monument was Gustav Eiffel himself, the creator of the famous French tower. The symbol of the United States is located on Liberty Island, near lower Manhattan. Climb to the observation deck, which leads to 354 steps. From here an amazing panorama of New York opens.
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Germany attracts tourists with the picturesque Rhine Valley with many medieval castles and monasteries, the ancient culture of Bavaria, the picturesque Black Forest, the calm Baltic coast and many historical monuments. The south of the country is famous for its clean lakes and mountain resorts of the foothills of the Alps, as well as its winemaking, the main centers of which are also located in the southern regions along the river valleys.
The hallmark of Berlin is the majestic Brandenburg Gate (1788-1791) with the Checkpoint Charlie – one of the symbols of the Cold War (now turned into a museum), on the western wall of which there is a section of the infamous Berlin Wall, dividing the city during the “great confrontation”. The length of the wall was about 155 km. (43.1 km. Accounted directly to the city), and the height reached 4.1 m. Equipped with 293 watchtowers, 57 bunkers and long-range firing points, braided by many hundreds of kilometers of barbed wire and bounded by a 100-meter exclusion zone, this wall turned into a symbol of the division of Germany and was literally swept away by the demonstrators during the unification of the country, and its wreckage turned into souvenirs. Continue reading