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In Japan there are one hundred and fifty amusement parks, each of which, starting from the oldest “Asakusa Hanayashiki” and up to a world record of Fuji-Q Highland has a unique, characteristic “twist”.
The oldest Japanese amusement Park, founded in 1853, is located in the popular tourist district of Asakusa. Visiting Sensoji temple, many tourists do not deny yourself the pleasure to look at located a 5-minute walk Park “Hanayashiki”.
The view from the carousel Bee Tower for Sensoji temple and tower “Tokyo sky tree”
The highlight of the Park – old rides in retro style. A leader of popularity – which opened in 1953, a roller coaster, which ranked fifth in the world rankings the old metal theme. The symbol of the Park – the carousel Bee Tower that looks like a house of sweets, a ride where you can sit and enjoy the view from the height of 45 meters with views of the traditional streets of Asakusa and the new TV tower “Tokyo sky tree”. Continue reading
Due to the rich history and the fact that Istanbul has been the capital of three empires with different religions, the city has extraordinary beauty of the cosmopolitan. Each of the empires gave the city its unique architectural masterpieces.
At a time when Istanbul became the new capital of the Roman Empire here was erected the magnificent palaces and temples, built magnificent square, from Rome this brought sculptures and columns. Then it started building and the famous Istanbul’s Hippodrome.
Byzantium gave Istanbul a lot of Orthodox churches, many of whom are now chief among them — the Church of Hagia Sophia . With the capture of Constantinople by the Ottomans it was converted into a mosque, now a Museum. The temple is striking in large spaces, bright mosaics, rich carpets and silk draperies.
During the Ottoman Empire in front of the Hagia Sophia was built the magnificent mosque of Sultanahmet . which later came to be called Blue because of its interior of blue and white patterns. This is the biggest and one of the most beautiful mosques of Istanbul is recognised as one of the greatest masterpieces of world and Islamic architecture. Continue reading