Mysterious, intriguing and classical in every sense. Though historians will continue to argue over the actual purpose and function of Stonehenge, it will remain one of the most fascinating landmarks in the world.
Quite simply, The Louvre is a masterpiece of its own and when one considers how many artistic masterpieces lie within you can't help but be in awe. I could spend days in an art museum like this... if they'd let me.
The Sphinx and the Great Pyramids are an undeniable allure to Egypt and I'd love to view them in person. The craftsmanship is astonishing and the number of years that they've survived are a testament to that.
Considering all the horrible things that have happened here and the many intrigues which took place inside, I'm amazed that the British government allows people to tour the tower, but it does have a fascinating albeit disturbing history.
Perhaps the most famous clock in the world. I'd definitely love to get a personal tour of the inside of the famous English clock, especially the interior where the mechanical elements are. I've always loved the imagery of cogs and wheels turning.