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The Colos­seum – Rome

The con­struc­tion was built in 72 AD by 60,000

slaves. Once upon a time, this place was syn­ony­mous with ha­tred, fight­ing and blood, but has now turned into a sym­bol of peace.The light­ing in­side the Colos­seum changes from white to gold at night.


Angkor Wat – Cam­bo­dia

The king­dom’s his­tory is in­ter­est­ing, they have lots of large tem­ples. Be­ing there, it feels like I’m walk­ing into the past. It also has good food and many friendly lo­cal peo­ple. I will def­i­nitely go back there.


Krem­lin – Rus­sia

This place has a stun­ning gold in­te­rior, giv­ing the city a so­phis­ti­cated, wealthy ap­pear­ance. I love the floor de­tail­ing and the beau­ti­ful chan­de­liers. They say this is also the place where Paul Walker shot his last movie. Ce­c­etan

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