The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park protects a large part of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef from damaging activities. It is a vast multiple-use Marine Park which supports a wide range of uses, including commercial marine tourism, fishing, ports and shipping, recreation, scientific research and Indigenous traditional use.
Perhaps the most unmistakably American landmark is Mount Rushmore, a national memorial located in South Dakota. Constructed in the early 20th century, Mount Rushmore depicts the faces of four former American presidents, each of which is carved and blasted from the side of a rock face.
Tourism in Melbourne is a significant industry in the state of Victoria, Australia. … Often lauded as Australia’s heart of culture, Melbourne’s attractions include sporting events, art galleries, live music, festivals and fashion events that are popular with tourists and locals alike.
Barcelona. Barcelona is without a doubt Spain’s cultural capital. The Catalonian city’s urban sprawl is dotted with Antoni Gaudí’s whimsical architecture, including La Sagrada Família, as well as museums carrying the masters, such as the Picasso Museum.
La Giralda tower, Seville Cathedral, and the Alcazar combine to form a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The tower is a minaret, a “masterpiece of Almohad architecture,” according to UNESCO. The cathedral has more interior space than St. Peter’s in Rome and a 37-meter main altar of carved statues completely covered in gold.
Deep in the heart of Australia’s Red Centre, Uluru (formerly Ayers Rock), is one of the most photographed natural wonders in the country. The striking red monolith forms the centerpiece of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, a World Heritage Site jointly managed by Parks Australia and the traditional landowners, the Aṉangu people.