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The Premises

The Premises

Johannesburg, South Africa

The Premises is a superb exhibition theater that plays hosts to numerous exhibitions throughout the year, be it performing arts or fine arts. It is one of the most creative and contemporary looking exhibition centers in the city. Address: Civic Theatre, Loveday Street, Braamfontein Telephone: +27 (0)11 877 6800 Website: http://onair.co.za/thepremises Opening hours: Tues-Sat 1200-2000 ...

Liberation Tower

Liberation Tower

Kuwait, Kuwait

Originally proposed to be called The Kuwait Telecommunications Tower, the Liberation Tower was completed after the Gulf War, even though work had started before the invasion. It was inaugurated with the new name in order to celebrate the country’s freedom, and to symbolize Kuwait’s liberation from Iraq. It is one of the tallest telecommunications structures in the world and the tallest monument in...

Olympic Stadium

Olympic Stadium

Helsinki, Finland

Helsinki is an Olympic city. Having hosted the 1952 Olympic Games at this renowned stadium, today the place stands as a big tourist attraction. It now serves as a sports museum and venue for live entertainment events since it has a capacity of over 40,000 people. There are soccer fields next to the stadium and the biggest attraction is the Uimastadion that is the largest outdoor pool in the city. ...

Garden of Dreams

Garden of Dreams

Kathmandu, Nepal

Tel: +9771 442 5340 Price: Adult/child: Rs 160/40 Opening Time: 9am-10pm Beautifully restored, this garden is one of the most peaceful and beautiful places in Kathmandu. Built after Feild Marshall Kaiser Shamser (1892-1964) visited the gardens of Edwarian England, he won the funds from his father (the prime minister of the time) in an epic Rs 100 000 game of cowrie shells.   ...