When confronted with magnificent historical buildings, does it inspire a sense of awe in you? Historic buildings and natural wonders can inspire us to explore the world.

Iconic buildings are the calling cards and symbols of a city/country, and the landmarks of each city have their unique geographical characteristics and even more cultural connotations that reflect the style and flavor of a city.

Those buildings that have lasted for centuries have left their mark on the world, whether they are centuries-old buildings, or high-tech and modern buildings.

They are full of history, and stories.

They are unique from an aesthetic and historical perspective.

These famous buildings, which have actually changed the way we see the world, are the legacy of human civilization.

The Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt is one of the Seven Wonders of the World and the oldest and largest pyramid.

Built as a mausoleum for the pharaohs of the Third and Fourth Dynasties, the Pyramids of Giza are among the most famous structures on earth.

The Parthenon in Athens, Greece is an ancient Greek structure. It was severely damaged in an explosion in 1687, but it remains a major tourist attraction for many people around the world.

The Parthenon was built in 438 B.C. as a temple dedicated to the goddess Athena.

Rome's famous Colosseum is the largest amphitheater built by the Romans and one of the greatest buildings in ancient Rome.

It was built between 70 and 80 AD for gladiatorial performances and other public spectacles, re-enactments, classical mythological plays, or public executions.

Today, the Colosseum is one of the most recognized tourist attractions in the world, bringing many travelers to Rome, Italy.

The Eiffel Tower, built in 1889, is 324 meters high and is fondly called the "Iron Lady" by the French.

It is known as one of the three most famous buildings in the West, along with the Empire State Building in New York and the TV Tower in Tokyo.

The famous Big Ben in London, England was built in 1858, and every hour it chimes with a deep and resounding sound, which is broadcasted all over the world.

Sydney Opera House is not only the temple of Sydney's art and culture but it is also recognized as one of the seven wonders of the world in the 20th century.

The theater is well-equipped and used to excellent effect, and is a successful building for music and theater performances.

In the center of the ancient castle located in the Acropolis, the capital of Greece, towers a rectangular building, which is the famous Parthenon of the world's art treasures.

The most famous attraction in Belgium is the bronze statue of a boy taking a leak.

The origin of the bronze statue is a young boy who inadvertently used his own urine to douse the fuse that will detonate the bomb in Brussels City Hall, in order to commemorate his brave act, the bronze statue.

The Fishtail Lion statue is located on the banks of the Singapore River in the city.

The statue, which is 8 meters high and weighs 40 tons, with a stream of water spouting from the lion's mouth, was sculpted by sculptor Mr. Lim Nam and his two children and was completed in May 1972.

The world-famous bronze statue of a mermaid is located in Long Beach Park, northeast of Copenhagen's city center.

The bronze statue is about 1.5 meters high and the cornerstone is about 1.8 meters in diameter, which is cast by Danish sculptor Edvard Eriksson according to Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale "The Sea Daughter".