The unique red-colored building, located in the heart of Copenhagen, is called Nyhavn 53 or Madame Tofte's House. Originally built in the 1750s with three floors, it was later renovated in the 1870s, giving it its present look. In 1932, it was added to the Danish register of protected buildings and locations. This residential structure sits alongside the Nyhavn canal.
Vyborg Castle is a medieval fortress located in Vyborg, Russia, near the country's border with Finland. The castle was built in the 13th century by the Swedes and later fell into the hands of the Russians. It served as a crucial defensive structure for both the Swedish and Russian armies, witnessing several battles over the centuries. Today, Vyborg Castle is a popular tourist destination, offering visitors a glimpse into its rich history through guided tours and exhibitions showcasing artifacts and historical documents.