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Padrao dos Descobrimentos (The Discovery Monument)

Padrao dos Descobrimentos (The Discovery Monument)

Lisbon, Portugal

This amazing monument was officially inaugurated in 1960, marking 500 years after the death of Henry the Navigator’s death. Standing at 52m high and carved out of limestone, this statue pays tribute to all the famous people  within Portugal’s Age of Discovery: Henry stands at the prow followed by Vasco da Gama, Diogo Cao and over thirty over great explorers. The mosaic in front of the monument is ...

National Museum

National Museum

Muscat, Oman

This museum showcases Omani culture and history by featuring various exhibits. Showpieces range from jewelry, Omani dress and costumes to carpets, furniture, dowry chests, murals, and boats. Also housed within the National Museum’s walls are portraits and paintings of the Al-Abu-Said rulers as well as ancient manuscripts and letters, the most remarkable of which is a letter by the Prophet Muhammad...

Fuamulaku

Fuamulaku

Maldives, Maldives

One of the most popular tourist attractions in Maldives is the island of Fuamulaku. The island is exceptionally fertile and has numerous fruit and vegetable farms where one can get delicious locally grown pineapples, mangoes and oranges etc. The fruits and vegetables grown over here are not found elsewhere in the country. Fuamulaku is a secluded island in the middle of the Equatorial Channel and a...

Mount Sinai

Mount Sinai

Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt

This name is usually referred to the range of several Mountains near Sharm El Sheikh. These mountains are termed as the ‘Holy Mountains’ by several religious sects. A peak of this range is held is deep reverence by Monks because they believe that Mosses received ten messages from God there. Muslims respect the same peak because their beloved Prophet’s horse progressed to Heavens from there. ...