Under the pitch dark skies that are bestowed with stars, a city can come alive with the glitter on skyscrapers, the strike of activities and those gigantic neon signs. Have you ever wondered about the places where you can wander at night and still be able to see the places that carry its glorifying beauty.
Well through this blog, we’ll be able to give you some new names of the destination where you can see for yourself as there are certain regions on earth where the sun rises at midnight. These places are located above the Arctic circle and as a reason, these places are referred to as the “lands of the midnight sun”.
So let’s roll out the names of the places that are bursting with the natural beauty:-
Churches are some of the most attractive places. And it’s not hard to make them pretty after dark—a well-lit cone is an eye-catcher. But this church scores extra points for its construction, which incorporates a 240-foot tower that was inspired by Iceland’s ashes columns. And don’t forget to visit as it’s the tallest building in Reykjavik? Climb its minaret for a view that seems to stretch all the way to America.
The Banpo Bridge is a major bridge in downtown Seoul over the Han River, South Korea, connecting the Seocho and Yongsan districts. Nobody wants to cross a bridge over problematic water, but a bridge over rainbow-like water? Definitely, Yes. Banpo Bridge’s fountain is meant to induce willow branches bending in the breeze, and it’s ignited by 200 Technicolor lights four to six times a day for 20 minutes a pop. Drive on and enjoy the view.
First there is Buckingham palace with all of its lauding beauty at night, and then there's the Royal Pavilion in Brighton. This 1786 former royal home is every bit the palace, mapped out as a beach vacation house for King George IV, complete with an luxurious blue silk chinoiserie-style opera room (and well no surprise, there’s a private saloon). Visit this place during winter, when the facade is lit in glowing lavender—and the front lawn becomes a skating rink.
This 105-foot-wide aluminium sculpture by architect Eduardo Catalano blooms afresh each day, opening its petals at 8 a.m. But come after dark to observe, it glows a rosy red as it closes at sunset; or plan a trip around the four days a year it stays lit all night: on May 25, September 21, December 24 and 31.
Once you’ve visited France’s nighttime classics, the Eiffel Tower, the Moulin Rouge, the MuCEM of Marseille should be on your bucket list. The unauthenticated museum of the Mediterranean bestrides a 12th-century fort and a lattice-walled exhibition space mapped out by starchitect Rudy Ricciotti, all overlooking the Mediterranean sea. By the time it is night, it looks like it could be a factory for Tinkerbells.
Niagara Falls at night will make you love Canada more. The Niagara Falls Illumination Board added some $3 million in LED-lighting to the Canadian side of the 200-foot falls last year, visible until midnight most nights of the year.
This art deco skyscraper stands tall and makes a very dominant presence in the skyline of Manhattan. Most often known as the classic American example of art deco and is regarded by many architects as the greatest building in New York. The 1930, 1,046-foot Chrysler Building is an Art Deco mecca that’s even prettier by night, thanks to its stainless steel crown, with seven promenade vaults that look like the jazz age hop to life.
with the colourful glasses, this place looks nothing less than a place straight out of fantasy land. Although it looks quite ordinary from the outside and even in daytime, it all looks very ordinary, but as soon as the sun sets , it displays its beautiful colourful glasses. This place preserves the whole nation’s audiovisual legacy. But as soon as you visit inside, you’re the star: visitors can act in a bogus soap opera, play DJ or make a stop-motion video equivalent of La La Land.