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National Museum of Vietnamese History

National Museum of Vietnamese History

Hanoi, Vietnam

Housed in a building that was the French consulate until 1910, it is now a museum in varying degrees; the collection includes prehistoric artifacts and carvings to funerary jars and some very fine examples of traditional drums from the north.  The collection also contains items obtained from excavations of Han tombs, artifacts from the Buddhist statuary, and everyday items of early history. A...

Ottomon Military Hospital

Ottomon Military Hospital

Beirut, Lebanon

This military hospital right beside the Serail was built in 1865 by Sultan Abdul Aziz. From the period of the French mandate till the 1960’s it served as a courthouse. It was later converted into the of the Lebanese University but most parts of it were destroyed in the war. Completely renovated, it now houses the Council for Development and Reconstruction. ...

Georgetown University

Georgetown University

Washington DC, United States

The university campus is worth a look for its early 18th century structure and beautiful green campus gardens. Founded in 1789, it was originally run by the country’s first black Jesuit, Father Patrick Healy. At the east gate, the imposing, Flemish style 1879 Healy building is impressive with its tall clock tower. 37th & O Sts NW, Georgetown Tel: (202) 687 6538 (info) Website: ww...

Stein am Rhein

Stein am Rhein

Zurich, Switzerland

Stein-Am-Rhein is one of Switzerland's loveliest towns.  It's located about 20km east of Schaffhausen, as its name would suggest along the Rhine River.  Stein-am-Rhein was a small fishing village when the Holy Roman Emperor Henry II moved St. George's Abbey here in 1007.  The move was a boon to the city's economy, as the abbey had the ability to mint coins and hold markets.  Fr...