Travelers, impressed not only by the beauty of the Dolomites can be. but would sleep in appropriately artistic environment, find artwork for the highest demands in the First-Class Hotel Greif, in the heart of Bolzano. A related site: Pinterest mentions similar findings. The banker and art collector of the leading architects of the Wiener Werkstatte, Josef Hoffmann, the contract to build a villa for him were Stoclet Palace, Brussels, Belgium in 1905. House and garden were completed after six years of construction, Brussels was rich to a work of art. Precious materials such as Turilimarmor from Norway for the exterior walls, as well as works by famous Viennese artists for the Interior characterise the building as one of the most complete and most homogeneous buildings of the Wiener Werkstatte. The Palais Stoclet is unfortunately not accessible even today in private property, and the public. Who would like to see but at least the impressive exterior of the building, should descend in the 4-star new hotel Charlemange, Palace and just 450 metres from the Cinquantenaire Park located nearby.
La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland together with Le Locle rose also the Swiss La Chaux of city of-de-Fonds in the rank of a world heritage site. The Committee of UNESCO appreciated especially the urbanism of the two cities in the Neuchatel Jura, which manifests itself particularly in the symbiosis between the watchmaking industry and urban development. The three-star Hotel Club is situated in the city centre of La Chaux-de-Fonds, from where you can experience firsthand the interplay between technology and architecture. Tower of Hercules, in La Coruna, Spain, also the world’s oldest still in operation lighthouse in the Spanish port of La Coruna is one of the heritage of humanity since June 2009. The 68 meter high tower, of 57 meters above sea level sits, was built in the second century by the Portuguese architect Gaius Sevius lupus, from Aeminium and points the way sailors today with his light.