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Dzetysu

Almaty, Kazakhstan

Address: Tulebayev Street, Almaty Located along the Tulebayev, an expensive and exclusive residential area for the elite, is the Dzetysu – a beautiful fountain system. Dzetysu means Seven Rivers in Kazakh. The fountain consists of seven springs gushing forth from a black-and-pink colored granite pillar, which symbolizes the seven major rivers of southeastern Kazakhstan. Get your camera out – th...

Namdaemun

Seoul, South Korea

The Great South Gate is one of the symbols of Seoul and is the most prized treasure of the country. It is a two -tiered pagoda style roofed gate made with stone and wood. This gate served many purposes; it greeted visitors to the city, kept away wild animals and prevented outsiders from entering the city. It looks stunning at night when it is floodlit. The nearby Namdaemun Market is a great place ...

The Viking Ship Museum “Vikingskipshuset”

Oslo, Norway

The Viking Ship Museum or “Vikingskipshuset” is located in Bygdoy, a short bus or ferry ride from the city center. The museum features several Viking ships used in ancient burials that have been preserved amazingly well by the blue clay in which they were buried. The boats are filled with jewels and artifacts, and are definitely worth seeing. This is also an excellent stop for those with kids in t...

Nucleo Arqueologico

Lisbon, Portugal

A network of tunnels underneath the Banco Comercial Portuguesa, they are believed to be the remnants of a Roman spa circa 1st century AD. Guided tours are offered by the Museu da Cidade; phone ahead of your intended visit to book.   Tel: +213 211 700 Address: Rua dos Correeiros 9 Opening Times: 10am-noon and 3-5pm Wed and Sat Admission: tours free {loadposition up...

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