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Calvario Hill

Calvario Hill

Caracas, Venezuela

Address: Paseo El Calvario, Urbanización El Silencio, Caracas Timings: open daily 7am to 10pm Go for stroll though these lush gardens containing an enchanting chapel and a brilliant white stone arch, all of which were built to emulate the city of Paris. The park contains classical elements out of the gardens at Versailles, including delicate metalwork benches, gazebos, statues of eminent p...

Hamidiyyeh Clock Tower

Hamidiyyeh Clock Tower

Beirut, Lebanon

The Ottoman Clock Tower was built on the grounds of the Grand Serail in 1897. It marked the 10th anniversary of Sultan Abdul Hamid II’s coronation. The need was felt for a public clock that would indicate the Muslim prayer timings. The clock that stands 25 meters tall was the tallest structure in Beirut at the time of its completion. The Clock Tower houses a huge bell weighing 300 kgs on its third...

Wild Wadi

Wild Wadi

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Wild Wadi is a water-theme park spread over 12 acres and featuring 23  exciting rides. Visitors  sitting on rubber rings are pushed to the top by high powered water jets. They then come sliding down the flumes for a gentle entry into the temperature- controlled water. Numerous lifeguards patrolling all the rides make even the timidest person take them head on. Prices include the use of ...

National Museum of Beirut

National Museum of Beirut

Beirut, Lebanon

The Beirut National Museum can be traced back to Raymond Weill, a French officer stationed in Lebanon during World War II.  During his time here, he began collecting ancient artifacts.  In 1923, a committee was created to create a permanent museum to house these and other antiquities.  Construction began in 1930 and was completed in 1937.  By the time the civil war began, the museum had assembled ...