An icon of creativity which stands as the ambassador for Australia is the Sydney Opera House on the Sydney Harbour and next to the central business district of Sydney. Within a close proximity of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Sydney Opera House is a venue for a plethora of performing arts and got built in 1973 under the design of Jorn Utzon.
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Trees are used as adjectives for people who stand upright and straight however, after visiting the Crooked Forest which is in a small corner of north western Poland, you will have to think twice before making the reference of a tree. This is because in the Crooked Forest, close to Gryfino, you will see 400 pine trees all of which have their trunks bent at 90 degrees in the horizontal north wards direction before their straight upwards growth.
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Portugal may be famous for many things but, one of the primary attractions of the country is the Vasco da Gama Bridge which runs above the Tagus River close to Lisbon and is the longest bridge in the European continent and the 9th longest bridge in the world. It mainly rests on cables and in addition to the main bridge is completed with the help of roads and viaducts.
MORE PICTURES – Vasco da Gama Bridge – Lisbon – Portugal