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Al Husseini Mosque

Al Husseini Mosque

Amman, Jordan

The King Hussein Mosque, also known as the Al Husseini Mosque, is located in the heart of downtown Amman.  The site was originally home to Philadelphia's old cathedral.  A mosque was built there in the seventh century, and rebuilt in 1924 in the Ottoman style.  It is one of Amman's more impressive mosques, and an important gathering spot in Wasit Al Balad.  Even if you don't go...

Place des Martyrs

Place des Martyrs

Beirut, Lebanon

Located in the center of Beirut, Martyr’s Square (also known as Place de Canons and the Burj, so named for the Burj al Kachaf that occupied the square until 1874) is loaded with history. In 1908 it was called Liberty Union Square to commemorate the declaration of the Constitution. In 1916 it became Martyr’s Square in memory of Syrian-Lebanese nationalists who were executed by the Ottomans. A bulle...

Miraj Islamic Art Center

Miraj Islamic Art Center

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

The Miraj Islamic Art Center is a showcase for the various art forms in the Muslim world.  This is more of a gallery than a museum – items are displayed like in a museum, but just about everything is for sale.  Items include silverware, metalwork, calligraphy, carpets, and jewelry.  Many objects are from outside the Middle East, especially India.  This is a good place to shop for art, though price...

Fisherman’s Bastion

Fisherman’s Bastion

Budapest, Hungary

The Fisherman’s Bastion is a medieval looking stronghold that offers impressive views of the city, fitting as it was built as a viewing platform in 1905. The name comes from a medieval guild of fishermen who were responsible for defending that part of the wall. The seven white turrets represent the Magyar tribes that first entered the Carpathian Basin in the late 9th century. In front of the basti...