The Dancing House! (Prague’s Dancing House is one of the most famous buildings in Europe. It was designed by Czech architect Vlado Milunic in co-operation with Canadian architect Frank O. Gehry. The building Commissioned by the Dutch Bank ING, was constructed between 1992-1996 in deconstructivist style. It resembles two dancers, with the glass construction in the shape of a women wearing a skirt. This is why the building is also being called “Fred and Ginger”!)
The Dancing House
Pamukkale, Turkey The site of Pamukkale stands on the popular Aegean area of Turkey and it’s name literally means ‘cotton castle’ in English, Pamukkale itself appears to be a mass of soft, lush cotton. In fact, the area of Pamukkale is an array of hot springs and travertines featuring various natural chemicals that provide the appearance of the area and which offers a perfect spot to bathe in.
Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany