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St. Michan's Church

St. Michan's Church

Dublin, Ireland

The original Saint Michan's Church was a Danish castle built in 1095, though the current building was built much more recently, in 1686.  It is the only remaining churches in Ireland that was originally founded by Vikings.  The exterior isn't particularly remarkable, but the interior features excellent woodwork, stained glass, and an organ dating to 1724.  It was here that Handel su...

The Emirates Heritage Club

The Emirates Heritage Club

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

The Emirates Heritage Club was initiated by H. H. Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, President of the UAE, to safeguard the legacy and customs of the UAE. It was launched on May 9, 1993. On June 16, 1997 H. H. Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Vice High Commander of the Armed Forces, published the Presidential Decree No 14 of 1997 for a certified commencement of the ...

Royal Ontario Museum

Royal Ontario Museum

Toronto, Canada

The ROM is Canada's biggest museum, with over six million objects in its collections. This spectacular building was made by renowned architect Daniel Libeskind. Some of their best galleries include the World Culture Gallery, Natural World Gallery, T. T. Tsui Gallery of Chinese Art, the Gallery of Korea, and the Bishop White Gallery of Chinese Temple Art. 6 new galleries have also been added, inclu...

The Ha'penny Bridge

The Ha'penny Bridge

Dublin, Ireland

The Ha'penny Bridge was the first crossing of the Liffey River in Dublin.  Prior to its completion in 1816, the only way across was one of seven ferries.  The ferry owner was forced to build the bridge as the ferries became delapidated.  The bridge is named for the half-penny toll that was once required to cross it.  It's officially known as the Liffey Bridge, or Droichead na L...