it is a photograph of the monument statue of liberty in Riga. Construction work began in 1931 and implemented on the donations collected by the people of Latvia.
The monument is a monument to a vertical height of 42 meters. Made of gray and red granite, travertine, concrete and copper. At the bottom with 13 sculptures and bas-reliefs depicting the pages of history of the country, from the legendary hero Lacplesis to the Latvian Red Riflemen.
Colosseum (from Lat. Colosseus - huge, huge) or the Flavian Amphitheatre (Latin:. Amphitheatrum Flavium) - an amphitheater, an architectural monument of Ancient Rome, the most famous and one of the most spectacular buildings of the ancient world that have survived to our time.  Located in Rome, in a hollow between the Esquiline, Palatine and Tselievskim hills.
Construction of the largest amphitheater of the ancient world just was conducted over eight years, as a collective construction of the emperors of the Flavian dynasty: they began to build in 72 AD under the emperor Vespasian, and in 80 BC, the amphitheater was consecrated by the Emperor Titus. The amphitheater is located in the place where there was a pond, is of gold home of Nero.
This is my friend on "Teschin bridge" in the stunning city of Odessa. In the name of "Teschin" has two versions. First, because it's long and narrow in the city, but also a swinging from strong winds, "right, as the language of Tiffany" - joked about it.
The second says that this bridge supposedly walked in the seventies on a visit to the mother-then-head of the region - the first secretary of the regional party committee Mikhail Safronovich Tit  . Evil tongues say that the city this expensive design, almost having no communication value, was necessary because of the love of the then chief of the communist city to Teschin pancakes. And since in-law lived on the Promenade, and his in-law - on Gogol street, 1 through the beam, the promenade of five hundred meters over the bridge by the district Sabaneeva seemed unbearably long head of Odessa. And the idea of a direct pedestrian bridge.
This bay rdom with the town of Lindos, located at Cape Crane - in the south-east of the island of Rhodes in Greece. Until 2011 was a major city of the municipality of Lindos, with a population of 3633 people (2001). After the administrative reform in 2011 became part of the Municipality of Rhodes. City is not only a coastal village, with two picturesque harbors, but also an archaeological site, distant from the island's capital - the city of Rhodes - 55 kilometers and is located at the foot of a cliff crowned by the Acropolis.
Acropolis of Lindos - the second largest in Greece and significance - is the main attraction of Lindos. Here at last was the seat of the Knights of St. John (Knights of St. John, or the so-called Hospitallers). In addition, in the southern part of the Acropolis to the present day remains of a small ancient temple of Athena LINDE - Greeks revered shrines. The temple was erected in the IV century BC DANAOS (son of the Egyptian king Bela) and 50th daughters during their forced shelter on Rhodes from jealousy of the goddess Hera.
Sevan - lake in Armenia, at an altitude of about 1,900 m; the largest of the lakes in the Caucasus. Area - 1240 sq km. The average depth of 26.8 m, maximum - 80 m . Follows p. Razdan. Sevan and Hrazdan water used Sevan cascade hydropower. To replenish the waters of Lake Sevan tunnel built (48.3 km) for the transfer of water in the lake district. Arpa. In 1978 created a natural national park "Sevan".