We’re often asked how to photograph cities in this list, but there’s so much to learn about how cities work that it’s hard to pick the right ones to cover.
We thought it’d be fun to break it down by city type, and we’ve tried to include everything from iconic landmarks to small urban centers.
For this list of the world’s most beautiful cities, we’ve chosen a few cities that are already well-known, but which are also pretty amazing to photograph.
We’ve also included cities that were chosen because of their historical importance and architectural significance, like the Museum of Modern Art in New York, which has been a destination for photographers since its opening in 1904.
You can find more of our coverage of cities on our cover story: How to Photograph the World.1.
Barcelona, SpainThe city of Barcelona is well-represented in this year’s edition of our list of The 100 Best Cities in the World, as well as a few other contenders from around the globe.
Barcelona is famous for its iconic medieval cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The city also has a strong architectural heritage, having been the birthplace of the city’s famous Gaudi Cathedral.
It’s also home to the world-famous Eiffel Tower, which was the world record holder for the highest building in the world in 2015.2.
Tokyo, JapanOne of the most iconic buildings in the city of Tokyo is the Hagakure Tower, the world famous building that was built in 1519 as part of a campaign to defend the city against the Spanish Crown.
The building has been described as the “monument of the modern city,” and was considered one of the crown’s greatest triumphs.3.
Paris, FranceThe city is known for its cultural diversity, with some of the best museums in the French capital located in the Seine Valley.
In addition to the museum, the city also hosts a large number of cultural and historical events that are popular with tourists, including the Fondation du Cinéma, the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site in Paris.4.
Hong Kong, ChinaThe Hong Kong city is famous around the world for its stunning architecture and its traditional style of Chinese architecture, known as Ming Dynasty.
It has been ranked one of Forbes’ 10 Most Beautiful Cities in China for decades, and its population has swelled since the city was incorporated into China in 1997.
Hong Kie, the capital of Hong Kong has become the hub for Hong Kong’s tourism industry, and the city has also been recognized as the most expensive place to live in the entire world by the Economist.5.
Berlin, GermanyBerlin is home to a multitude of museums, as many of them have been dedicated to the Germanic people and culture.
One of the main attractions is the Kunsthistorisches Museum, which houses over 200,000 objects from across the globe, including thousands of objects from museums in New Zealand, Australia, Japan, Canada and South Africa.6.
Vienna, AustriaThe city was founded in 1488 by the Austrian Emperor Franz Josef II.
In the 19th century, Vienna was a major center for Jewish immigration.
Today, it’s home to over 6 million people, making it one of Europe’s most diverse cities.7.
London, EnglandWhile London is often regarded as the epicentre of the English capital, its history dates back to the 11th century.
The British capital has hosted numerous major events throughout history, from the Napoleonic Wars to World War II.
The capital is also home for the World Cup and the Olympics.8.
Tokyo (Nagoya)Nagoyas famous skyscrapers have long been synonymous with the city, and in this edition of the 100 Best Places to Live in the West, we look at their history and their current development.9.
London (Coventry)Covent Garden is a major shopping and entertainment hub in central London, home to shops like H&M, Zara, and Asda, and restaurants like Harrods and The Sainsbury’s.
In fact, Covent Garden itself is known as the world headquarters for the fashion brand Chanel, and was once the home of the Duchess of Cambridge.10.
Berlin (Stuttgart)Stuttgarter Freiheit has long been known for hosting the largest art exhibition in the European Union, the Frieze exhibition.
The event was named the world most important exhibition in 2013.11.
Madrid, SpainWhile Spain has been the cradle of modern European civilization, it has also witnessed its share of turmoil.
It is home in large part to the city that became known as Spain, known for it’s famed Barranquilla, or Old Town, and where many of the region’s famous monuments were built.12.
Berlin GermanyWhile Berlin is often considered to be the epicenter of the European capital,