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1: This book is about places people might like to travel if money wasn't a problem. | You should read this because it has information on places that you might want to travel to.
2: Vatican City Museum | Rome, Italy | Vatican Museums in Rome house their fabulous masterpieces in palaces originally built for Renaissance popes such as Julius II, Innocent VIII and Sixtus IV. Most of the later addition were made in the 18th century, when priceless works of art accumulated by earlier popes were first put on show. The museum features: The Sistine Chapel, Raphael Rooms, Etruscan Museum.
4: L'Aquarium de Barcelona | The biggest in Europe and the most important one in Mediterranean theme, the Barcelona Aquarium has 21 big-sized and state of the art aquariums showing each a different marine habitat, from Caribbean tropical seas to the Mediterranean. The Barcelona Aquarium is a popular Barcelona attraction to take the kids and young ones. | Barcelona, Spain
6: Constructed in 1930-31, the Empire State Building was the tallest building in the world for forty years, until the construction of New York's World Trade Center in 1971 and, despite being overtaken in terms of its height, both in the United States and abroad, has remained America's most internationally famous architectural icon. | Empire State Building | New York, New York
8: Eiffel Tower | Paris, France | The Eiffel Tower was designed by Gustave Eiffel. Gustave Eiffel (1832-1923), a French engineer, specialized in metallic buildings such as bridges. Steel construction was then a revolutionary technique. Completed in 1889 for the Paris world exhibition, the Eiffel Tower was designed and built in just two years by 132 workers and 50 engineers. The Eiffel Tower is nowadays 324 meters high with television antennas. It weights 7300 tons.
10: The Galleria Degli Uffizi | Florence, Italy | The Uffizi is tremendously popular and rightly so. As one of the most impressive collections of fine Renaissance art in the world, the Uffizi is one of the busiest attractions in Florence, Italy. In the Uffizi Gallery, visitors can see first-hand the mastery of Botticelli, da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael and many other Italian masters.