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Empire State Building – New York – USA

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Not just a symbol of the modernist approach of United States but also, an example of man’s creative genius is as early years as 1931; the Empire State Building of New York is a point of attraction for both old and young tourists visiting the city. This skyscraper of Manhattan has 103 floors and was the tallest building of the world during its inauguration time. It stands at the juncture of intersection between 5th Avenue and the West 34th Street. If not for anything else then those of you who have watched King Kong are bound to remember the famous climb of the giant up the Empire State Building.

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Bixby Creek Bridge – California – USA

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It is usually observed that while most of the challenging engineering feats across the world provide substantial contribution in easing the life of the neighbouring people, they also become samples of human ambition and manmade objects of beauty and grandeur. Perhaps that is the reason that the Bixby Creek Bridge, also called the Bixby Bridge, stands as one of the photographers’ delight for those visiting this part of the Pacific Coast.

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Pattaya – Thailand

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Widely known as the sin city, Pattaya still holds its popularity amongst tourists from Europe, Asia and other parts of the world. It is situated on the south-eastern part of Thailand and occupies the eastern coast of Gulf of Thailand. Pattaya has a population of 1,000,000 and falls in a densely industrial part of South East Asia.

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