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Bank of England Museum

London, United Kingdom

The Bank of England Museum tells the story of the Bank of England from its foundation in 1694 to its role today as the United Kingdom's central bank.   At the museum, besides the historical artefacts that show the timeline of the bank's foundation and architectural development, you will also find the Banknote Gallery that shows the development of English bank notes from handwritten in the...

The Bund

Shanghai, China

This street is probably Shanghai's most famous. Be sure to stroll along this riverside boulevard where a number of stalls have sprung up and where locals and foreigners alike can be seen participating and practicing dancing, aerobics and tai chi.   Address: Zhongshan Dongyi Lu...

Puerto Madero

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Similar in feel to the London docklands, Puerto Madero has a ghostly beauty to it. The antique port of Buenos Aires has been renewed however and now represents the latest architectural and entertainment trends of the city. The old red-brick warehouses now contain galleries, bars and restaurants (ranging from high end eateries to Franchises such as Hooters and TGIF). Old docking cranes and ships si...

Sursock Museum

Beirut, Lebanon

The first thing you’ll notice about this museum is the striking architecture – a blend of Venetian and Ottoman styles.  It was built as a residence in 1920 by Nicholas Ibrahim Sursock, a member of the Lebanese aristocracy.  After his death it was supposed to be converted into a museum per his request, but was instead used for fancy receptions.  The museum was not established until t...

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