I really like architecture in Switzerland. It is so green.
Every person can get in love in this kind of buildings.
I love the fact that here you can see a lot of building who uses natural material such as wood, stone,... You have to protect this wood if you don't want to change colour in grey one.
Person can really imagine how it would be to live it here. Here are no factories, no pollution.
It is great.
Pretty City L O N D O N 🇬🇧
Well that was a jam packed weekend! Winter Wonderland, Somerset House, London Aquarium & the National History Museum to name but a few places we’ve visited! My step counter is through the roof but it’s been so good to see the city and visit places I’ve never been to! But I miss Cheltenham and I can’t wait to get home where there are less people 🤣 #mindthegap#londonbaby
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I don't mind posting summer pictures in the winter🌴
I hope you all are doing great! I have taken a lot of pictures in India and I couldn't resist, but to post them, even in December.😄
This weekend, as you can see in my story, I have been to @schlossbensberg where I had a relaxing weekend and created some content.
How was your weekend?😊
It has been allowed out of the house! Bimble around town being a tourist in my hometown of #york . Classic #shambles . Whoever allowed that awful red/orange/green shop sign should be sent a very strongly worded letter....@jweden2
The Eiffel Tower was built for an exposition in 1989 which was organized in France that year. A show of engineering, art and great achievement. Most developed countries participate and show what they are capable of.
In Europe, during the second half of the XIX century, the United Kingdom and France were competing to show the world they were the greatest. Governments were funding engineers and artists just to impress the rival country.
At this time the Eiffel Tower was a master piece of engineering. It required a huge amount of logistics and precision. So the main reason was simply to impress the world during the exhibition.
FUN FACT 👉🏻 the Eiffel Tower was not meant to stay. It was quickly built and most people found it pretty ugly. It's now still standing because the height of the structure makes it a perfect radio transmitter, which turned out to be pretty useful in the upcoming years.
It's not used as a radio anymore but since it was standing for such a long time, people considered it as a masterpiece monument so the decision was to leave it and make it a landmark.
Good choice, getting lots of 💲from tourism these days😄