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Ben Thanh Market

Ben Thanh Market

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

The Ben Thanh Market is the biggest attraction in Ho Chi Min City for all tourists as it is the main shopping centre and everyone visiting Vietnam comes here looking for bargains. The market is very well organized with an array of stalls arranged in sections according to what they sell. The Ben Thanh is also huge on souvenir shops.   Jewelry, souvenirs, clothing, luggage, shoes, and a wide varie...

Peterskirche(Church of St. Peter)

Peterskirche(Church of St. Peter)

Munich, Germany

This is Munich's oldest church, built in 1180. The church also has a tall steeple that you can climb. Timings: Mon-Sat 9.00 -18.00 Sun 10.00 - 19.00 Admission: Church free Tower € 2.50 adults, € 1.50 students, € 0.50 children Tel: 089-2604828 Address: Rindermarkt 1, Near the Rathaus  ...

Qatar National Museum

Qatar National Museum

Doha, Qatar

Located in a building dating back to 1900 this museum is housed in what was once the residence of the royal family of Sheikh Al Thani. Tourists must stop here and take time to appreciate the beautiful exhibits on display here. This is a great way to enlighten oneself about Qatari history and culture. Exhibits include Islamic architecture, Qatari jewelry, furniture, traditional dress as well as cir...

University of Jordan

University of Jordan

Amman, Jordan

The University of Jordan is one of the best universities in the Middle East.  Established in 1962, it was Jordan's first university.  Today more than 37,000 students are enrolled here, including 32,000 undergraduates. The campus is lovely and covers 700 acres of northwest Amman.  It was once a pine forest, and the campus is still covered in trees.  The buildings are a litt...