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Museum of the Romanian Peasant

Museum of the Romanian Peasant

Bucharest, Romania

Another one of Bucharest’s historical depictions, Romanian Peasant museum holds traditional and folk festivals to exhibit Romanian culture and to preserve the way of life that prevailed for hundreds of years in the country. The museum has various rooms dedicated to a different facet of history such as decorations, tools, artifacts and clothing. Ticket: 6 RON for adults and 3 Ron for students. ...

Wadi Abdoun Bridge

Wadi Abdoun Bridge

Amman, Jordan

There aren't many bridges in Amman -- not surprising since it's in the middle of the desert -- but when they do need to build one, they do it right.  The Wadi Abdoun Bridge connects North Amman and West Amman.  It was built between 2002 and 2006 in order to cut travel times between North and West Amman.  The total length is 417m.  It is Jordan's only cable stayed bridge, and is...

The Central Market

The Central Market

Hong Kong, China

The Central Market is in the corner of Queen Victoria Street. It has a central courtyard and six floors. One of the first markets of Hong Kong, one can find all kinds of traditional handmade Chinese goods here. For all meat shopping this is the place to go to. In fact it is the biggest supplier of meat products in South Asia. This is also a place to collect rare Chinese herbs and roots and ...

Charles Bridge

Charles Bridge

Prague, Czech Republic

The most popular walkway across the Vltava River that connects Mala Strana and Stare Mesto, the Charles Bridge is over 650 years old. However, a 100 million Kč renovation that began in 2007 and was due to end by 2008 stretched into 2009 so it may still be a bit crowded with sections being roped off to the public. If you rub the bronze plaque beneath the statue of St John, you will return to Prague...