Facing the River Tagus, the longest river in the Iberian Peninsula to the south, the Praca do Com√©rcio is a large, harbour-facing square in the Capital Cit ...
Initially created to glorify King Louis XV of France, Place de la Concorde, one of the major public squares in central Paris, is located on the right bank o ...
The Grand Place or The Grand Square in English, also known as the Grote Markt, is the central square of Brussels, the Capital City of Belgium, located at th ...
Located directly in front of St Peterís Basilica in the Vatican City, Italy, the Piazza San Pietro, popularly known as Saint Peterís Square.
Considered one of the landmarks of Madrid, and adorned with a grand combination of imposing architecture, Plaza Mayor, the grand central square of the capit ...
Considered one of the finest squares in the world and certainly the prime attraction of Venice, the 500 feet (180 m) long and 230 feet (70 m) wide Piazza Sa ...
Tiananmen Square, locally known as Tiananmen Guangchang, an open city square in the city centre of Beijing, is named after the massive Tiananmen, the Gate o ...
The exciting, colourful and always jumping Times Square in New York City, United States, flashing neon lights and giant digital billboards is formed by the ...
Built directly east of the Kremlin, the Red Square, the largest and most famous square in Moscow, is home to the ornate 16th-century.
The Trafalgar Square, located in the City of Westminster at the heart of London, was constructed between the 1820s and 1840s on the site of the former Kingí ...