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El Hank Lighthouse

El Hank Lighthouse

Casablanca, Morocco

El Hank Lighthouse was built in 1919 to help sailors steer their vessels away from the shore. Until the construction of the lighthouse, many ships got stuck in the sandy banks of Casablanca’s shores. El Hank Lighthouse, also known as Pointe d'el-Hank Light, stands 161 feet high, and its light can be seen from 30 nautical miles away. The lighthouse is a round masonry tower with lantern and gallery....

Adams Morgan

Adams Morgan

Washington DC, United States

If you love the nightlife then this is where you should head for. Live music, clubbing, in addition to plenty of restaurants catering to every kind of cuisine, great shopping and most of the embassies are located here. Another name for this area is Little Ethiopia for the concentration of African Americans. This is where also the Adams Morgan festival takes place. Located North of Dupont Circle...

Alte Oper

Alte Oper

Frankfurt, Germany

Alte Opre is a magnificent recreation of the old opera house that was built in 1880. For years the reconstruction of the Opera house was hazy after it was destroyed in WWII, but the new house was rebuilt and opened in 1981. Serving as more than just an opera house, it holds collections of German war history and of the rich Frankfurt culture. The building, square and fountain are spectacular when l...

Chinatown

Chinatown

Chicago, United States

Chicago's Chinatown is the largest in America's Midwest and second largest in the US, home to about 10,000 people.  The city's Chinese population has been concentrated here since before World War I.  Located in the Near South Side, Chinatown is roughly triangular, bordered by the Red Line of the L, Interstate 55, and the Chicago River. The heart of the neighborhood is Chinatown Squa...