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Oil Museum

Oil Museum

Bahrain, Bahrain

Situated only some meters from where Bahrain’s first oil well was found in 1932 near Jebel Dukhan, (Mountain of Smoke), the Oil Museum was formally opened in 1992.It contains used drilling gear, underground rock samples, maps and information about the companies that initiated oil exploration in Bahrain which was the first country in the Arabian Gulf to find oil.Timings: Thurs and Fri: 9am-6pm A...

Ibn Tulun Mosque

Ibn Tulun Mosque

Cairo, Egypt

The Ibn Tulun Mosque is the top mosque to visit when in Cairo. This mosque, which is the largest and oldest in Cairo, was completed in 879 and still stands mostly intact. It was built using mud-brick and wood and covers 2.4 hectares (six acres). The mosque was built under the command of Ahmad ibn Tulun, who was the governor of Egypt from 868-884. Sharia el-Salibah, Islamic Cairo Openin...

Ateno Theatre

Ateno Theatre

Caracas, Venezuela

A smaller complex located close by to the Teresa Carreño complex, containing a cinema, a pleasing art gallery with works of local artists on display, a number of small theaters, a decent bookstore, and a rather splendid cafeteria offering finger-licking local delights! The Ateno Theatre is home to some of Latin America’s best theatrical performances every April, during the International Theatre...

Chapultepec Castle

Chapultepec Castle

Mexico City, Mexico

A building that has seen generations come and go, has endured the ramifications with dignity, and stands strong to this day to tell the tale. It has always been a residence for the rulers of Mexico - Spanish Viceroys and Mexican Emperors. It was also, at different times during its history, a military academy, the presidential palace, an observatory, and, finally, has come to be used as a museum...