92. see: Big Ben and House of Parliament
The Palace of Westminster is better known today as the Houses of Parliament.
The Houses of Parliament's iconic clock tower ‘Big Ben’ is one of London's most famous landmarks.
93. see: Lotus Temple (India)
Notable for its flowerlike shape the Lotus Temple in Delhi, India, is a Bahá'í House of Worship.
Like all Bahá'í Houses of Worship, the Lotus Temple is open to all, regardless of religion.
94. see: Sugarloaf Mountain, Brazil
Sugarloaf Mountain (Pão de Açúcar) offers amazing views from its summit, 395 metres (1,300 feet) above Guanabara Bay.
When visiting Rio, the view from the summit of Sugarloaf is a must-see.
95. see: Tikal National Park, Guatemala
Tikal National Park encompasses 575 sq km (222sq mi) of jungle and thousands of Maya ruins.
Tikal is an ancient Mayan citadel possibly dating back to the 1st century A.D.
96. see: Dutch Dikes and Windmills
Natural sand dunes and constructed dams, floodgates and dikes protect against storm surges from the sea.
Dikes and pumping stations (historically: windmills) keep the low-lying land dry.
97. see: Tower of London
“Tower of London”, is an historic castle on the north bank of the River Thames in central London.
The Crown Jewels are housed at Tower of London and have been on public display since 1669.
98. see: Tower Bridge
The Tower Bridge is one of London’s famous bridges and one of many must-see landmarks.
Close to the Tower of London the bridge spans the River Thames.