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Houston Arboretum and Nature Center

Houston Arboretum and Nature Center

Houston, United States

The Houston Arboretum and Nature Center consists of 155 acres and is located in Memorial Park.  It boasts a children’s botanical hall, over 5 miles of nature trails, forests, ponds, wetlands, and meadows.  It also has numerous specialty gardens including Hummingbird and Butterfly Island, Sensory Garden and Wildlife Garden.   Address: 4501 Woodway Drive Tel: (713) 681 8433. ...

Al-Sabeen Square

Al-Sabeen Square

Sanaa, Yemen

Address: al-Sabeen Street, off 60 Meters Street Named in remembrance of the two-month long siege during 1967-68, after which the Republican Armed Forces established a Republican Government in the country after overthrowing the Royal Forces and the monarchy. This large public square commemorates the battles fought during that siege. It holds a few monuments, including the popular Monument to the...

Jardim Botanico

Jardim Botanico

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

This botanical garden, that’s the symbol of the suburb it is named after, houses over 5000 species of plant. Designed by order of Prince Regent Dom Joao in 1808, it’s a quiet place on weekdays but busier on weekends when families come and there is an outdoor cafe. Address: Rua Jardim Botanico 920, Jardim Botanico Tel: 2294 9349 Opening Time: 8am-5pm  ...

Madam Tussauds

Madam Tussauds

London, United Kingdom

The eponymous Madam Tussaud was a French woman, born in 1761 in Strasbourg.  She created her first wax sculpture in 1777; her model was Voltaire.  Soon after she began touring Europe with her husband, François Tussaud, and her ever-growing collection of wax sculptures.  War prevented her from returning from England in 1802, so she stayed there.  In 1835 she opened up a museum...