Palace of Parliament, Romania
It has become a very popular landmark in Bucharest back in the days when Romania was operating as a Socialist Republic. It is called one of the biggest and priciest administrative buildings that looks like it can rival many of the big office buildings seen in the United States with about 12 stories from the ground up and another eight below ground that features more than 3,000 total rooms within more than 300,000 square meters.
Stari Most, Bosnia-Herzegovina
Often called “The Old Bridge” by locals, it is a pedestrian bridge that hangs over the Neretva River that runs through the city of Mostar. While it is young after it’s construction in 1993, it also made UNESCO’s World Heritage List and is best known for people who love to bungee jump with about 30 meters of free falling towards the water.