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10 - Kansai International Airport
Given Japan’s space limitations, Kansai International Airport is located on a manmade island about 5 km from Osaka Bay and is reachable from Honshu Island by car, train or ferry. Despite being an engineering feat built to withstand earthquakes and cyclones, it’s still threatened by rising sea levels.
10 - The Palace of Versailles
The Palace of Versailles is located twenty kilometers from Paris and began as a hunting lodge for Louis XIII. During the French Revolution from 1682 and 1789, when Louis XIV moved his court from Paris to Versailles, Versailles was the seat of power of the absolute monarchy of France. Here Louis XIV could increase the centralization of the government and prevent nobles from acquiring too much regional power. Thus, the Palace of Versailles became a symbol of L’Ancien Regime and the Sun King...
Bam, Iran
The ancient citadel of Bam in the Kernan Province of Iran was listed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List as well as the List of World Heritage in Danger in 2004. Bam’s history dates back to the Achaemenid Empire from the 6th to 4th centuries BCE, though many of the city’s remaining structures were constructed during the Safavid dynasty (1501–1736)...
5 - Japan
Japan is made up of four major islands, the largest of which is named Honshu. In total, the Japanese archipelago contains nearly 7,000 islands-which is a big reason why Japan makes it on this list. Nearly eighty percent of the country is mountainous and uninhabitable, which forces the majority of the population to live near the coast in some of the most densely populated cities and regions in the world.
7 - Mount Kosciuszko, Australia
Elevation: 2,228 meters (7,310 feet)
Mount Kosciuszko is located in Kosciuszko National Park in New South Wales, Australia (the southeastern tip of the country). It is named after a Polish national hero because the mountain is said to resemble a similar mound in Krakow, Poland. There are several other peaks in Australian held lands that are slightly taller than Mount Kosciuszko, but it is the tallest point of elevation on the continent proper...
Dinner in the Sky
Imagine how much more thrilling any dinner would be if your table were hoisted to a height of 50 meters and you could have your meal suspended there. While you’re strapped to your seat, three chefs can fit in the center of the table for food preparation. The choice of cuisine is up to you, as is the location… provided there’s room for a crane.