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In this very digital age, few are those who travel without their mobile phone at hand to
immortalize the visit
to the tourist spot on duty in real time. You don't have to be an
to hunt and capture the best snapshot imaginable. Such a feat has even cost the life of some unwary who has not hesitated to
on dangerous cliffs, bridges or railings without any precaution.
Of course, not all the monuments on the planet have
to upload the photo as quickly as possible.
Next, we break down which ones are the best connected due to both the telephone signal and the Internet.
The first on the list is the
where you can take your photo and in a second launch it on social networks without connection problems.
The Internet speed is 67Mbps (megabits per second), it captures
5G without problems
and the Wi-Fi is free.
The Golden Gate of San Francisco.
This is said by a report from the Uswicht portal, focused on solutions related to
prepared with data provided by the start-up Nomadlist, which periodically reviews the best connection conditions for
teleworking around the world,
taking into account the telephone signal. and the Internet.
BETTER CONNECTED MONUMENTS
Golden Gate (San Francisco, USA)
Statue of Liberty (New York, USA)
Sydney Opera House (Sydney, Australia)
Eiffel Tower (Paris, France)
Sagrada Familia (Barcelona, Spain)
Grand Palace (Bangkok, Thailand)
Buckingham Palace (London, UK)
Saint Basil's Cathedral (Moscow, Russia)
Statue of Liberty
(with 33 Mbps internet speed, 5G and free Wi-Fi), the
Sydney Opera House
(with 32 Mbps) and the
in Paris (with 31 Mbps; yes, the free wifi works perfectly).
The latter is the best European point to connect.
The Great Wall of China.
In the list of the
places with good connectivity, only one point of the Spanish geography, the
Sagrada Familia of
Barcelona, which occupies the fifth position.
The impressive work of
will not be finished
, but its level of Internet connection is very good.
WORST CONNECTED MONUMENTS
Blue Mosque (Istanbul, Turkey)
Siem Reap Temple (Angkor, Cambodia)
Taj Mahal (Agra, India)
Great Pyramid of Giza (Cairo, Egypt)
Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe)
Great Wall (China)
Machu Picchu, Peru)
analyzes the results: "Our study shows the most iconic places in the world where it is easy or not to connect, taking into account
how easy it would be to telecommute
there, since this ease means you don't have to be subject to
office hours from nine to five
, opening a range of possibilities ".
On the other side of the scale is the
Great Wall of China,
which has a connection speed of only two 32 Mbps, being the worst monument in the world in terms of coverage according to Uswitch.
ruins of Petra,
in Jordan, or the beautiful
(seven Mbps), so they are discarded if the idea is to zoom.
According to the criteria of The Trust Project
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