Niagara Falls

The common name for three waterfalls is Niagara Falls, which is located on both sides of the international border between the Canadian province of Ontario and the US state of New York. The three waterfalls are the Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls and the Bridal Veil Falls, from largest to smallest. The Horseshoe Falls remains on the border of the United States and Canada with the American Falls altogether on the side of United States, divided by Goat Island. The smaller Bridal Veil Falls are also laid on the United States’ side and separated from the American Falls by Luna Island.


Chicago is often known as the “Heart of America” because; it is one of the largest transportation centers in America and it is located near the center of the United States.
Officially known as City of Chicago, is located on the shores of freshwater Lake Michigan in Illinois is among the largest cities in the U.S.

The High-Line

The community gathered together to re-use the high-line instead, creating the park you see today for everyone to enjoy. Since then, it has been a global inspiration for cities to turn unused industrial zones into dynamic public spaces.
The High Line is a long green lane of more than 1.45 thousand with more than 500 species of plants and trees. The High-Line is an elevated linear park, greenway and railway trail created on an old branch of the New York Central Railroad, on the west side of Manhattan, New York. The park is maintained and operated by Friends of the High Line in collaboration with the New York Parks and Recreation Department. In addition to public spaces and gardens, High Line offers a wide range of public programs, community engagement, and adolescence, as well as world-class works of art and shows open and open to all. The design of the High Line is collaboration between the field operations of James Corner who is theproject manager, Diller Scofidio and Renfro and Piet Oudolf. The abandoned spur has been redesigned into a “living system” of many disciplines, including landscape architecture, urban design and ecology.

Canyon lands National Park

Canyonlands National Park is an American national park located in southeastern Utah near the city of Moab. The park retains a colorful landscape, transformed by the Colorado River, the Green River and its tributaries into countless canyons, mesas and buttes. The Park Creation Act was signed on September 12, 1964 by President Lyndon Johnson.
The park is divided into four districts: the island in the sky, the needles, the labyrinth and the combined rivers, the green and the colorado, which carved two large canyons in the Colorado plateau. While these areas share a primitive desert atmosphere, each maintains its own character.

Navy Pier

Navy pier is Chicago’s Lakefront Treasure; People’s Pier. Navy Pier is a non-profit corporation founded in 2011 to preserve Navy Pier and oversee the reconstructions of one of the most important municipal landmarks in the United States.
Navy Pier is a 3,300ft long pier on the Chicago coast line of Lake Michigan. It is situated in the Streeterville. At present, Navy Pier surrounds more than 50 acres of parks, family attractions and exhibition facilities, gardens, shops, restaurants and is one of the topmost destinations in the Middle East’s United States.

Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market is a special community within Seattle city center and it is one of the oldest running public peasant markets in the United States. The market opened on August 17, 1907. More than the city’s favorite public market, Pike Place Market is the business places to hundreds of peasant’s craftspeople, small businesses, traders and the residents.
Each group is an important and essential makeup of Pike Place Neighborhood. Pike Place runs from north-west Peak Street to Virginia Street. In addition to preserving and protecting the historic buildings and character of the nine-acre historical district, as a farmer, artisan and small business incubator and supporter, the person who was chartered by Seattle City for providing low-income services to the Pike Place Market was chartered.

Theater District

Theater District of New York City is an area of middle in Manhattan where most of the Broadway theaters, as well as other movie theaters, restaurants, hotels and other places of entertainment are located. It is bordered by the west 40th Street on the south, west 54th Street in the north, 6th avenues on the east and the 8th avenue in the west and Times Square. A section of Broadway is named as The Great White Way which runs by the Theater District. It also includes theatrical agencies, television studios, recording studios, record label offices, a Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Odditorium, Duffy Square, Shubert Alley, the Brill Building, and Madame Tussauds New York.

French Quarter

The French Quarter is also refers as the Vieux Carré (“Old Square”) or the Vieux Carré Historic District which a historical heart of the city and famed for dynamic nightlife and colorful buildings with customized iron balconies. Quieter pathway goes to the French Market featuring gourmet food and native crafts and at Jackson Square where the street actor amuses in front of the St. Louis Cathedral. Jazz clubs, Cajun meals and raucous bars at the crowded Bourbon Street provide brawny cocktails.

New York City

New York City- The city of Hope, city of dream. It is a city of fair and light. New York is a source of inspiration with its romance, actions, and sprightly people lurking here and there. You will be wonder to see so many artist, writers and creative have flocked here on the city. It is a city of joy will give a new enthusiasm of life. It is surely to admit, the moment when you step onto New York’s street, something will excite you. The city is known by many names like- The Big Apple, The Capital of the World, Empire City.