Germany’s Harz Mountains, already a popular tourist destination, now have a new attraction. One of the longest pedestrian suspension bridges opened there, offering spectacular views.
A series of 100 euro gold coins has been issued since 2003 to honour the German UNESCO World Heritage Sites. For 2019, the Federal Government has chosen the Speyer Cathedral as its motif.
As a sign of solidarity with all persecuted Christians, Venice was illuminated in red yesterday evening. From today, Montreal, Toronto, Paris, Barcelona, London, Sydney and Washington will also be illuminated.
Visitors to Germany's Harz Mountains will now be able to walk along the world's biggest pedestrian suspension bridge. The record-breaking structure stretches more than 450 meters across the Rappbode Dam.
One of Australia's top tourist attractions the Sydney Harbour Bridge is set to get a "game changing" makeover with new climbs and interactive technologies.
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