They will delight even avid travelers.
They were built for different purposes: as a technical towers to fall the waste slag, for military purposes, as defensive structures! But today, they are designed to you could admire the surrounding views from up high, almost bird’s flight.
Observation tower in Jurmala, Latvia
“Observation tower in Jurmala” is located in Dzintari, Jurmala Park, Latvia. Building height of 38 metres is enclosed with an enclosure that allows you to admire the surrounding nature reserve. Designed by architect, Lativan Archicom, visitors get to design the stairs and continue climbing to the deck on the turret, located at a height of 33.5 meters.
Lookout tower Indenmann in Locherberg, Germany
The observation tower Endemann is in Locherberg in Germany. This 36-meter high tower, built for falling in a mess of brown coal, resembles in its form a primitive robot. The structure is covered with a specially manufactured stainless steel mesh with led lights that glow at night.
The Observatory in Utrecht, Netherlands
The Observatory is located in the “sculpture Park Leidse Rijn” in Utrecht, the Netherlands. The tower consists of a spiral walkway that takes visitors on a slender tower.
Tower Restored in Rowenhorst, Netherlands
A 40-meter tower Restored is Rowenhorst, in the Dutch province of Gelderland. Climbing the tower is an adventure in itself. Once people reach the top, it will be rewarded with magnificent views of the Veluwe, a huge forest area and nature reserve.
The observation tower at the Museum the Red star Line, Antwerp
Between 1873 and 1935, ocean liners of the shipping company Red star Line was transporting about 2.6 million people and tourists from Europe, via Antwerp, Belgium, in the “promised land” in America.
Watchtower Zipper in Breda, Netherlands
Lightning is a lookout tower, which stands next to the bike path between Breda and Etten-Leur in the Netherlands. It takes its name from the Z-shaped design, which resembles a zipper. Steel structure has a height of 22 meters.
Air watchtower 7T1, Winschoten.
Air watchtower 7T1 in Winschoten, Netherlands was built in 1954 to look out for flights of Soviet aircraft during the cold war. The tower has a height of 16.5 meters and is equipped with a viewing platform at the top.
Watchtower in Fochteloerveen, Netherlands
This 18-meter surveillance tower was opened in Fochteloerveen , the Netherlands, in 2000 and offers visitors magnificent views of one of the last wetlands in Europe.
A new Fire tower in Royale, Netherlands
A new Fire tower serves as a lookout tower for possible forest fires, as well as attracting visitors. It was built in 2008.
Observation tower Bird Graswarder, Germany
This 15-meter tower is located on a long Peninsula Graswarder in the Baltic sea resort Heiligenhafen and a large bird sanctuary.
Watchtower Korkeasaari zoo, Helsinki
This transparent wooden watch tower is located in Korkeasaari zoo in Helsinki, Korkeasaari island, has a height of 10 meters and was designed by students of architecture Helsinki University of technology.
Observation tower at circuit of the Americas
This building is located in the circuit of the Americas track where races are held the Grand Prix Formula 1 in Austin, USA. The tower has a height of 251 metres. The observation deck on the 70-meter offers a wide panorama on the whole route and the city of Austin.
Tower Pyramidenkogel located in the upper part of the 850-metre mountain in southern Austria. 10-storey spiral structure is replaced by a melancholy monument of steel and concrete in 2013.
ArcelorMittal Orbit, London
ArcelorMittal Orbit is of 114.5 metre high sculpture and observation tower Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, London, designed by famous artist Anish Kapoor.
Killesberg Tower, Stuttgart
Killesberg tower is a observation tower of 40 meters high with views of the Killesberg Park in Stuttgart, Germany. The tower was designed by architect jörg Slyhom and was built in 2000.
An observation tower Polednik.
An observation tower Polednik was originally a tower, which housed the radar and was a military object. After the Soviet Army the army abandoned the site in 1989, the tower was reconstructed into a bar. The observation tower was opened to the public in July 1998.
The Lusatian Lakeland.
This observation tower is located on the SOMO channel between the lakes of Sedlitz and Geierswalde in the heart of Lakeland, the largest artificial lake in Europe. From the height of thirty meters, visitors can see three lakes.
The attraction of Bergtour Hemer is located on a hill on the edge of the forest Hemer, East of the Ruhr in North Rhine-Westphalia. The construction includes 240 hyperboloid strips of wood, wrapped in two directions around the tower, creating a lattice-like structure. Inside, a spiral staircase winds up to the observation deck.
Observation tower on the river Mur
This observation tower rises over the river Mur in Austria, on the border with Slovenia.
Observation tower, Nebra Ark
Center Nebra Ark is located at the foot of the mountain Mittelberg, in the place where it was found 3600 year old Nebra celestial disc where primitive people wonder exactly depicted the sun, moon and stars. Disk is one of the first fairly accurate and portable navigation devices. During the construction of this modern facility, of course, used a black film technical. The film is very in demand in many spheres: in construction, industry and agriculture. On the portal plenka-kursk.ru You can learn about the production and sale of technical films.
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