128 Most Famous Landmarks in the World

Whilst landmarks tend to have been around for a long time, new ones do pop up on the scene and others go through different levels of popularity.

Here are my 128 most famous landmarks in the world in no particular order.

The Colosseum was the biggest amphitheater in the world during its time, seating over 70,000 people. The structure was constructed in 70 AD – yes it’s that old.

The Colosseum, Italy


DMZ is definitely in my top 5 ever day trips. Korea has a fascinating war history, and any visitor to the country should definitely look into it.

The Demilitarised Zone Korea


Built between 1887 and 1889 by French engineer Gustav Eiffel, the Eiffel Tower is made of iron rather than steel.

The Eiffel Tower, France


Big Ben is actually a nickname that stuck. The name refers to both the clock and the clock tower that sits at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London.

Big Ben, England


Arguably, the Statue of Liberty is the most iconic landmark in North America. Lady Liberty has her island within New York City.

Statue of Liberty, The United States


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