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Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)

Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)

Los Angeles, United States

The museum was designed by Japanese architect Arata Isozaki and displays the works of several modern artists such as Piet Mondrian and Mark Rothko. The museum has a red exterior and inside, skylights dot the roof, allowing sunlight to illuminate the galleries. A fountain is also found in the courtyard. Address: California Plaza, 250 South Grand Avenue Tel: (213) 626 6222.  &nb...

Al Mirani Fort

Al Mirani Fort

Muscat, Oman

This fort, like its twin, the Al-Jalali Fort, was also built in the late 1500s during the Portuguese rule of Muscat. The fort tops the Western rocks of Muscat Bay and flanks Al-Alam Palace. Inside, you will find a complex and confusing maze of hallways, topped off by a nearly 30 meter oval-shaped artillery tower. Turquoise blue waters that lap the shore at the foot of the fort make this an enchant...

The Promenades

The Promenades

Geneva, Switzerland

Geneva's world famous Lake Leman, often referred to as Lake Geneva, is the largest body of fresh water in Switzerland, and is the central attraction of the city. It offers a tranquil ambience for relaxation and recreational activities all year round. The Promenades built along the right and left banks of the lake contain cafes, street markets, parks, amusement rides, and other attractions. &nb...

Rumeli Fortress

Rumeli Fortress

Istanbul, Turkey

Rumeli Fortress, also called Rumelihisarı, was built by Ottoman Sultan Mehmet II (aka the Conqueror) for the final siege of Constantinople.  Its position on a bend in the Bosphorus, at its narrowest point, meant no ships could get in from or out of the city to the Black Sea.  Construction began in April 1452 and lasted four months.  Constantinople finally fell in April of the next y...