This is a sacred land of 3 major religions in the world including Christian, Muslim and Jewish, Jerusalem has a population of 4,000 BC. Places not to be missed in Jerusalem include the Holy Seplucher church, Mount Oliu, the tragic road, or the wailing wall, etc.
7. Oxford, England
The United Kingdom and the city of the car industry, with Morris car company since the 20th century. Oxford has 36 universities, the main means of transportation for students here are bicycles. Many buildings in Oxford date from the 11th century such as University Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Bodleian Library and Radcliffe Camera square, Christ Church, Oxford museum, Magdalen school.
8. Cambridge, England
Located 80 km north of London, Cambridge is a city with a long history. Many buildings were built in medieval times such as the castle on Castle Hill, the St Bene Church, etc.
9. New York, USA
From famous red brick apartments in TV series like Friends to skyscrapers like Empire State Buiding or One observatory New World, New York is a vibrant and colorful city.
The scale and architecture of famous monuments such as the Roman arena, the Pantheon temple, etc. makes Rome one of the most beautiful and ancient cities in the world. gender.