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What to do with children in tow

What to do with children in tow

Sydney, Australia

The best place in Sydney for children is the Rocks. This historic neighborhood always has a festive buzz to it (and also holds festivals frequently) along with having the Royal Botanic Gardens and Taronga Zoo very nearby. The Rocks is sure to have some great entertainment for children if you are there when a festival is going on. If not, you and your family can stroll down to the Puppet ShopRocks ...

Monastère de Cimiez (Cimiez Convent)

Monastère de Cimiez (Cimiez Convent)

Nice, France

Lying within the convent is a church that contains the leading paintings by the locally famous artists, the Bréa brothers. Works of art from the 15th to the 18th centuries can also be seen here. There is a chapel dating from the 17th century that is also a must see. There are panoramic views of the city from the beautiful gardens. Place du Monastère Timings: Museum  Monday to Satur...

Factory 798

Factory 798

Beijing, China

This former weapons factory has now become the hub of Chinese art and culture. This 'factory' comprises of several galleries and rooms showcasing contemporary fashions; art pieces by local and international artists; some stellar photography and some very beautiful hand painted textiles. Viewing these various exhibits is a treat indeed. Timings: Daily 10 30 A.M- 7 P.M Address: Dashanzi A...

Çiragan Palace

Çiragan Palace

Istanbul, Turkey

Çiragan Palace's name is derived from the Persian word for torch (cherag).  It is so named because of the torches used to light the lavish parties thrown by the Ottomans in the late nineteenth century.  The palace was built by Sultan Abdulaziz between 1863 and 1867, though the decorating was not completed until 1872.  It marked the end of the contemporary Ottoman tradition of each s...