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Old Windmill and Observatory

Old Windmill and Observatory

Brisbane, Australia

One of the oldest buildings in Brisbane, this windmill was originally unable to turn due to a design flaw (the sails were unable to turn as they were too heavy). A convict-powered treadmill was introduced before the mill was eventually abandoned. Today it stands as a meteorological observatory. Location: Southeast of Parkland Boulvard, on Wickham Tce ...

Kerameikos Cemetery

Kerameikos Cemetery

Athens, Greece

This is a very important cemetery and the most well known in Greece. Located just outside the city, this is where Athenian soldiers killed during the Peloponnesian War were buried along with others. The Oberlaender Museum is also located here which displays archaeological finds from this cemetery which include pottery, vases, and figurines. Ruins of the Dipylon Gate and the Sacred Gate also remain...

Sayidda Zainab Mosque

Sayidda Zainab Mosque

Damascus, Syria

This beautiful mosque is built at the Prophet’s (P.B.U.H) grand-daughter’s burial site. Built like the Sayidda Ruqayya mosque, it is very popular amongst Iranian and other Muslim pilgrims from all over the globe. The mosque is beautiful with a shiny onion shaped golden dome, beautiful blue tile work and two minarets. Zainab’s mausoleum is located in the centre of the mosque. The interior of the mo...

The White House

The White House

Washington DC, United States

The Presidential Palace, as it was once known, has changed a great deal over time with each new President or first lady making changes. Not many people realize the White House was not originally white. It was restored and painted that color after the British gutted the building in the War of 1812. Concerns for the safety of the President make the White House off-limits to the public these days ...