TOHOLOGY guide
Head off the beaten track: explore places not yet described in guidebooks or enjoy a fresh perspective on popular landmarks
Observation decks: Näsinneula tower (Finland)

Näsinneula tower in Tampere is the second tallest observation deck in Nordic countries and the tallest free-standing building in Finland.

12 July 2015

The mountain 110 metres high above the lake Saimaa or 184 above the sea level is located approximately 35 km away from Mikkeli.

5 May 2014

If you are in Toronto, Canada, you are most likely to hear of and actually to see the world-famous CN Tower. The tower is located in downtown Toronto on 301 Front St. W. Toronto, Canada.

12 July 2013

Now it is time to take a closer look at the beautiful, world famous, glorious and just amazing Niagara Falls.

20 June 2013
Die Gläserne Manufaktur: transparent factory of Volkswagen in Dresden

There is no wonder that Dresden is not only one of the largest cultural centres in Germany, but also the industrial city. The proof of this fact is the transparent factory of Volkswagen which was opened in 2001.

3 March 2013

If you are in Dresden and looking for some observation decks, TOHOLOGY recommends visiting the restored Frauenkirche.

23 January 2013

The Bundestag is the world’s most-visited parliament. Reichstag dome with its observation deck definitely played an important role in this worldwide recognition.

14 January 2013

All cities were built differently: there are ones like Venice and Saint Petersburg that “emerged” from water and ones like Rome, which was built on hills. Probably that is why there are so many stairs in the Eternal City, leading to the hill summits, which uncover truly amazing views.

14 December 2012