10 Amazing Photos From Cities Around The World Taken From AboveShare on Facebook
Did you ever ask yourself how we look through the eyes of a bird? These 10 pictures from different city around the world give you a view how that looks from above.
10. New York City
Is the largest city in the U.S. An architectural marvel with plenty of historic monuments, magnificent buildings and countless skyscrapers. Urban jungle that has everything to offer to visitors. The city is home to numerous museums, parks, trendy neighborhoods and shopping streets.
Paris can be seen as the most interesting city of Europe and probably even as one of the most amazing city’s worldwide. The city of love, inspiration, art and fashion, and lot of interesting architecture and museums.
Tokyo is the capital of Japan, and located on a floodplain of three large rivers. Also is at once a neon-lit modern playground full of skyscrapers, technological wonders and trendy nightclubs, and an ancient hold of Japanese culture which offers intriguing attractions for the historical sightseer.
Dubai city is positioned in United States Emirates. Dubai has given birth to some of the largest and most extravagant buildings on earth creating a huge amount of tourism interest. The city is highly populated, but most of his is made up of English speaking tourists. The crime rates are very low and the city is exciting.
With its 175 nationalities it is the most multicultural city in the world. You’ll probably not only find the city different from the rest of Holland, but also different to anywhere else you have been. This is one of the most popular touristic cities in the world.
5. Los Angeles
Los Angeles is the largest city in California and the second-largest urban area in U.S. Los Angeles is a major hub of shipping, manufacturing, industry, and finance, and is world-renowned in the entertainment and communications fields. It is a favorite vacation destination and attracts millions of tourists to the area each year from all over the world.
It’s the capital of Catalonia, a region of Northern Spain that has its own unique culture, traditions and personality. This city can offer you the wide diversity of cultural experience. Also there is a beach , which is far away only a short walk from the city center and warm sunshine most of the year.
3. Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro is a large city in Brazil, on the South Atlantic coast. Rio is famous for its breathtaking landscape, its laid back beach culture and its annual carnival.
Lisbon has cultural diversity, laid-back feel and architectural time warp, and you have one of the most enjoyable cities in Europe and also one of the most economical. Lisbon’s position on seven low hills beside a river once lured traders and settlers, and it’s still a stunning site.
Thessaloniki is Greece’s second largest city on seaside. It’s surrounded by forest, picturesque, a big cosmopolitan and commercial city. Its second major economic, industrial and cultural center as well as a major transportation hub in southeastern Europe.