With sprawling green hills and thick forests, Virginia is one of the most gorgeous places in the world; but I'm biased, because it's where I grew up.
It is the location of many historical events related to the United States' history, so much so that you can practically feel the history
seeping out from the buildings around you. A prime example of this is the District of Columbia (Washington, D.C.- as viewed in the image above),
which is located between Virginia and Maryland. Washington D.C. began to be built in the 19th century, and is now home to
all three of the federal branches of the United States' government.
I have always wanted to go to France. I've heard that it's a gorgeous place, with many once-in-a-lifetime experiences to be had there.
The Eiffel Tower (as pictured above) is made out of wrought iron, and began construction in 1887. It opened to the public in 1889.
Surprisingly, it only has 3 floors.
Just like France, Italy has always been a point of interest for me. The pure history that radiates from certain Italian cities has always enthralled me,
and I can't wait to go there. The very fact that those monuments have stood for ages, ever since their creation, is astounding.
The thought that they've stood there since BEFORE CHRIST, and we can still walk on them (or in them,
depending on what historical structure you're talking about), blows my mind.