Disneyland Paris, France

Location | Disneyland Paris, Marne-la-Vallée, France

Disneyland Paris established in 1992 is located 32 km east of Paris. Looking from above we see how the park area is formed as a circle by the road. Moreover the train track goes straight through the circle. If you look even more closely you will see how much geometry there is in the establishment!

Fort Bourtange, Netherlands

Location | Fort Bourtange, Groningen, Netherlands

Fort Bourtange is a star fort built in 1593 in order to control the only existing road between Germany and Groningen city. The the canals and lakes were used as moats, but did not have as great effect as assumed. After several battles the fort was used as a defensive are on the German border until 1851, when it was used as a village. Now the fort only serves as a museum for visitors.

Hitachi seaside park, Japan

Location | Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan

Hitachi Seaside Park has an area covered with Kochias, bright magenta coloured plants, The park is 470 acres where you can rent bicycles, take a train around the park, go through all the different gardens or go for some thrills at the amusement park. On a bright and cloud-free summer day you will love the view from the hill top looking down at the flowers and the Pacific Ocean.

Incheon International Airport, South Korea

Location | Incheon International Airport, Incheon, South Korea

Incheon International Airport is designed by Fentress Architects. They made the airport masterplan in 1990 when Korea had the need to expand airport capacity. The airport has been rated to the best airport every year since 2005 and is the world’s cleanest airport, but also for being the best international transit airport.

Soledad farmlands, USA

Location | Soledad, CA, USA

Soledad city was inaugurated as a city in 1921, but has roots to the 18th century when the Spanish mission started their activities in the area. The area has one of the worlds most economically productive and technologically advanced agricultural regions, and agricultural companies such as Dole Food Company are located here. Beautiful farmlands can be seen in this area.

Beijing South Railway Station, China

Location | Beijing South Railway Station, Beijing, China

Beijing South Railway Station opened in 1897, but was rebuilt in 2008 into this fabulous landmark seen from an aerial view. It has a wavy roof which to some seem like a spaceship. Have you seen any similar landmarks?

Palavas-les-Flots, France

Location | Palavas-les-Flots, Languedoc-Roussillon region, France

Palavas is an old fishing village which sold fish in the markets of Montpellier. In the 19th century it was quite unknown and only local tourist came, but since the establishment of the local train service to Montpellier in 1872 the tourism rapidly increased. It is today known for its seaside resorts with sand dunes which separates two lakes from the Mediterranean Ocean. Today it has around 6,000 inhabitants and several luxury boats can be found here (as shown in the picture).

Naples Island, California

Location | Naples Island, Long beach, Los Angeles, California, USA

Naples is a neighborhood of Long Beach in Los Angeles. It was built in 1903 by Arthur Parson on three islands which are divided by canals and lead out to San Pedro Bay and the Pacific Ocean. Mayberry and Parker designed the island to be an American Venice and acts as one today. The Venice dream was completed in the 1920s and is offering gondola trips around the canals of Naples like they do in the original Venice.

Charles de Gaulle Airport, France

Location | Charles de Gaulle Airport terminal 1, Île-de-France region, France

Charles de Gaulle is the 2nd busiest airport in Europe after London Heathrow, and 8th busiest in the world. The airport has 3 terminals, and terminal 1 (as we see in the picture) was designed by Paul Andreu with the form as an octopus. Andreu hoped to build other terminals based on the design of terminal 1, but several defects were identified few years after opening the airport in the 1980s and its design has been criticised numerously. There are 7 satellites connected underground from the middle area which serves as a check-in and baggage claim area. Paul Andreu has also designed airports in Manilla, Jakarta, Shanghai, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Cairo, Brunei and Paris.