Top 100 spectacular natural landmarks of the world (P.64) Mendenhall Ice Caves: The ice palace of Alaska
(WorldKings.org) The Mendenhall ice caves have been described as “otherworldly” and “surreal,” but it is important to note that they are “melting” and “fleeting.”
Top 100 spectacular natural landmarks of the world (P.21) Reed Flute Cave: The Palace of Natural Art
(WorldKings.org) The cave has a great number of various exquisite stalagmites, stalactites, stone pillars, and stone curtains, which have been forming since 180 million years ago. So it is also known as "the Palace of Natural Art".
Top 100 iconic landmarks of the world (P.97) Summer Palace: The masterpiece of Chinese garden philosophy
(WorldKings.org) Summer Palace is among the most-visited destinations in China, ranking in the top five, and attracts about 10 million tourists annually.
(WorldKings.org) The Hawa Mahal is a palace in the city of Jaipur, India. Built from red and pink sandstone, it is on the edge of the City Palace, Jaipur, and extends to the Zenana, or women's chambers.
(WorldKings.org) 15,000,000 people visit the Palace, Park, or Gardens of Versailles every year, making it one of the most popular tourist attractions in the world.
Top 100 iconic landmarks of the world (P.66) Palace of the Parliament: The must-see destination of Bucharest
(WorldKings.org) The Palace of the Parliament, also known as the Republic's House (Casa Republicii) or People's Palace (Casa Poporului), is the seat of the Parliament of Romania, located atop Dealul Spirii in Bucharest, the national capital.
(WorldKings.org) The Potala Palace is a dzong fortress in Lhasa, Tibet. It was the winter palace of the Dalai Lamas from 1649 to 1959, has been a museum since then, and has been a World Heritage Site since 1994.
Top 100 iconic landmarks of the world (P.15) Forbidden City: The last imperial palace of ancient China
(WorldKings.org) The Forbidden City is a palace complex in Dongcheng District, Beijing, China, at the center of the Imperial City of Beijing. It is surrounded by numerous opulent imperial gardens and temples including the 22-hectare Zhongshan Park, the sacrificial Imperial Ancestral Temple, the 69-hectare Beihai Park, and the 23-hectare Jingshan Park.
WORLDKINGS - Worldkings News - Europe Records Institute (EURI) Hampton Court Palace: House world’s oldest surviving hedge maze
(WorldKings.org) Planted between 1689 and 1695, the maze is not particularly difficult, taking about 20 minutes for a person to make their way to the middle. It was originally planted in hornbeam, later replaced by yew.
WORLDKINGS - Worldkings News - Europe Records Institute (EURI) Gardens of Versailles: World’s largest palace garden
(WorldKings.org) The magnificent formal gardens and parkland were created in what had been a marshland. Much modified over the centuries, today they cover over 800 ha.