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Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilisation

Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilisation

Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

If you’ve ever wanted to anything and everything about Islam then this museum is the place to go. A new establishment in a converted souq on the waterfront, the ground floor galleries shows different aspects of Islamic faith such as the Five Pillars of Islam and the rituals of hajj. Other parts of floor plan show the scientific achievements in the Arab world, especially in the areas of mathematics...

Museum of Natural History

Museum of Natural History

Isfahan, Iran

Address: Ostandari Street Timings: open daily 8am to 1pm, 2pm to 5pm winters and 4pm to 9pm summers Tickets: IR 10000 Located within a convenient walking distance from the Naqsh e Jahan Square, this place is the first one in a series of museums that you will encounter as you walk along Ostandari Street from north to south. The museum is housed within a charming 15th century bu...

Grand Mosque

Grand Mosque

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

The Grand Mosque is one of the largest in the UAE and is situated near the Ruler’s Court on the Bur Dubai side of the Creek.  Its capacity is up to 1200 worshipers.  Though it was rebuilt in 1998, the mosque blends in perfectly with old Dubai, with its sand colored walls, wooden shutters, and stained glass windows.  It also has the tallest minaret in Dubai at 70m. Non-Muslims a...

Museo Correr

Museo Correr

Venice, Italy

The exhibits in this museum are as diverse as they are interesting. The Venetian art and historical objects vary from shoes with ludicrously high-soles worn by 16th-century Venetian ladies who had to maintain their balance with the help of a servant, to a work of art by Jacopo de' Barbari called ‘Grande Pianta Prospettica’ (circa 1440-1515), which is a detailed impression of the entire 16th centur...