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Dong Xuan Market

Dong Xuan Market

Hanoi, Vietnam

This large three-story market is slightly to the north of Hanoi's Old Quarter and offers a varied selection of merchandise. Hundreds of stalls are located in the market, employing thousands of workers, trading extremely fresh produce, dried foods, household goods, appliances and more. The market is historically significant as well as it witnessed fierce fighting between Vietnamese resistance units...

Old Town Bridge Tower

Old Town Bridge Tower

Prague, Czech Republic

One of Prague’s original town fortifications, you can recognize it by its blackened appearance. It also has an observation tower.  Opening Times:         10am – 10pm June to September         10am – 7pm April, May, October         10am – 6pm March         10am – 5pm November to February Admission Prices: adult/concession 50/40 Kč                    {loadposi...

Golden Bowling

Golden Bowling

Tunis, Tunisia

Crowded with young Tunisians, Golden Bowling is a hip entertainment spot that was opened in 2000, equipped with 16 bowling alleys for avid bowling fans. In Tunis, this place is one of the best teenage hang outs because of the sheer variety of games it offers including tennis and pool. A restaurant, café and bar also attract people who drop in for a drink or a bite to eat. Location: Avenue Pr...

The Barbar Temples

The Barbar Temples

Bahrain, Bahrain

These Temples date back to the 2 nd and 3 rd millennia BC. They surround a holy well dedicated to Enki, the god of spring water. Digging has revealed that the temple remains today were built on two older temples and there is evidence of Sumerian influence. The buildings were made of stone and though now they are little more than a few rocks, they depict a gripping, if grisly, image of the temples ...