Melbourne, the birthplace of Australian Rules Football is also home to its grand final every September, as well as to an AFL team called the Demons.
Lagos, former African capital gets its name from the Portuguese word for “lagoon,” but used to be called Eko, which means “cassava farm”.
Found at Rangali Island in the Maldives, there is something unusual about a restaurant called Ithaa…
It’s the first underwater restaurant!
Nearby Prussia once used this melody for its national anthem, and so did Switzerland, which helps explain why it is still used for the national anthem of Liechtenstein today.
The Sensoji temple, which contains a golden image of the Buddhist goddess of mercy, is believed to be the oldest temple in Tokyo.
A stronghold for the local Swedish population, Turku is the oldest city in, and was once the capital and largest city of Finland.
On New Year’s Eve, a central square called Puerto del Sol is Madrid’s equivalent to Times Square.
Called “Europe’s most beautiful balcony,” the Chemin de la Corniche offers some spectacular views of Luxembourg.
The paradise tree snake of Singapore appears to do something unusual… Fly!
Founded as a Genoese colony in 1215, Monaco was a protectorate of Sardinia in the 1800s.