Famous attractions inside
Famous monuments have seen all those who have access to the internet and books. But the strange thing - if the outside we seem to know them inside and out, something about the way they look from the inside, we rarely know something though about this, too, can be easily found. But there lies the mass of interest.
St. Basil's Cathedral, Russia
The main symbol of Russia in the same eclectic, as well as outside. The temple was built a few different churches on the same foundation, so once inside you will not understand how things work here. In the temple, the whole 9 iconography and 2 floors, there is also a small museum. The walls are painted as if you are in a fairy casket.
Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy
Inside the tower, oddly enough, the place is empty, but you can go up - stairs going around its perimeter.
The restoration and maintenance of the Tower of Pisa spent a lot of money and effort, so to hit it, will have to pay a lot of money - 32 euros minimum. Before you climb, you "take away" all things other than the camera. Probably, this is done to ensure that people are not trying to recreate Galileo's experiments on the fall of bodies.
Machu Picchu, Peru
Today visit the Inca city can be anyone ... who does not feel sorry for the 70 dollars. Yes, unfortunately, this is one of the most expensive attractions in the world. If you still dare to conquer Machu Picchu is probably the same kind of canon you will not - fog is very frequent. But do not worry, buildings and streets of Machu Picchu is not less interesting.
Arc de Triomphe, France
The Arc de Triomphe stands in an exceptional location - on the Charles de Gaulle square, around which diverge rays 12-avenues, and one of them - this is the famous Champs Elysees. Therefore, it would be strange, if not on the top of the arch opened observation deck.
Climb it costs 12 euros. For this money, you can also visit the museum, which is located inside the iconic Parisian structure.
The Colosseum, Italy
Inside the Colosseum - vaulted arches, which previously were spectators and trade was conducted. Most of the arena, where the battle took place, is not, but it is clear what was under it - the remains of the premises, where gladiators and animals lived.
The Colosseum can get for 12 euros, plus the ticket entitles you to visit the Roman Forum.
Statue of Christ the Redeemer, Brazil
As soon as you arrive in Rio de Janeiro, immediately see the statue of Christ the Redeemer. And to make a cool picture, you have two options - take a picture of her from afar, or climb to the observation platform at the foot of the statue with a huge crowd. To get to this site will cost $ 23 in high season.
Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt
In Egypt, from 118 to 138 of the pyramids and the most famous, of course, the Great Pyramid of Giza. Majestic outside, inside it can disappoint someone. Instead of the expected frescoes and hieroglyphics we see the bare walls and corridors are so low, that it is necessary to go, bent double. But Pharaoh's sarcophagus like a concrete tub.
Inside you can get there in about 13 euros.
Cathedral of the Sagrada Familia, Spain
This cathedral is being built longer than the Egyptian pyramids. They say, to create it, it was necessary to be a genius or a madman. Indeed, it is within the same original and dare as the outside, to take, for example, column-trees and nontrivial crucifix.
To get inside, you will have to pay 15 euros, and it's worth it.
Sculpture "The Motherland Calls!", Russia
The highest statue in Europe is in Russia, and it was erected in memory of the Battle of Stalingrad.
Walk myth that in the mouth of the statue is an observation deck, and the ear - restaurant for VIP-persons. But in reality it is not. Inside the statue stretched ropes, and ordinary people were not allowed there, only the technical staff.
Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany
The Bavarian King Ludwig II built this fairy-tale castle, but lived there for just 172 days in his life.
Generally, inside there is so beautiful that we did not know how to take a photo. Look at only one view from the balcony of the castle - unless it is not worth 13 euros, which will have to pay an entrance fee? We think it is definitely worth.
Sydney Opera House, Australia
This theater is reminiscent of a sailboat - one of the few modern buildings, which ranks in importance with the Big Ben and the Eiffel Tower.
Go inside, you can free of charge (without a visit to the opera is, of course). By the way, in one of the smallest "sails" of the theater there is a restaurant "Bennelong".
This is a classic building would be quite normal, if not a modern transparent dome. And inside the Reichstag, you can get absolutely free and see how to decide the fate of the state. We only need a couple of months to make an excursion.
Eiffel Tower, Paris
C of the Eiffel Tower, we arrived a little different: it is familiar to many and outside, and inside, at least on the photo. Yes, and pictures from various angles all have seen. So we decided to show you this tower, which very few people know, namely, without illumination. Such is the case, for example, during an hour or mourning Earth.
By the way, tickets to the very top of the tower cost 25 euros. Without elevator would be cheaper