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Wataniya gets new sales agent

Kuwait-based Wataniya Airways has appointed Green Meadows Travel and Tourism as the airline's new general sales agent in Amman, Jordan.


Wataniya Airways recently celebrated one year of flights to Amman.

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Hong Kong, China

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Tunis, Tunisia

Much like the Carthage Museum, this museum is also a display of the ruins of the site which have been collected and preserved under the UNESCO guidelines. Apart from artifacts and objects, the exhibitions also include selected pieces of readings that give the tourists an idea of how majestic life was in the days of the Carthage. Admission: 9TD Location: 20 rue 8010 Montplaisir - B.P. 345 ...

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Sanaa, Yemen

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Ponte 25 de Abril

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You would swear this bridge is almost a dead ringer for San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge – in fact it was constructed by the same company in 1966 and is almost as long, stretching at 2.27km. Concerning the unusual name, the bridge was called Salazar after the dictator until the 1974 Revolution of Carnations when a demonstrator separated the ‘Salazar’ and wrote ‘’25 de Abril’ – the new name was a...