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Gulf Air flying to Denmark and Kenya in July

Bahrain airline, Gulf Air, has announced the launch of two new services: Copenhagen, Denmark on the first of July and Nairobi, Kenya on July 5th, 2011 at a rate four times a week.

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Jabl-e-Saur

Jabl-e-Saur

Makkah, Saudi Arabia

This mountain is located opposite Jabl-e-Noor. Twice as high, 5413 feet high, Jabl-e-Saur had a cave at the top where the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and his companion Hazrat Abu Bakr (RA) hid from their Quraish pursuants. This is the cave in which the spider spun his web over the entrance and the pigeon laid eggs to save the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) from the pagans. Located at a 10 minute drive from the...

Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica

Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

This cathedral, with its two bell towers, was built between 1863 and 1880 and remains a famous landmark of Ho Chi Minh City. Right in front of the cathedral is a garden with a beautiful statue of the Virgin Mary. Though the cathedral’s interior is rather plain, it’s still a beautiful structure and notable because of its historical significance. Location: Dong Khoi, District 1   &...

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...

Great Hall of the People

Great Hall of the People

Beijing, China

The Great Hall of the People is one of ten buildings (creatively known as the Ten Great Buildings) constructed to honor the tenth anniversary of the People’s Republic of China in 1959.  All are around today – among them the National Museum of China, the Beijing Railway Station, and the Chinese People’s Revolutionary Military Museum.  All were built in the modernist style, heavily influenced by Sov...