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Al Omari Mosque

Al Omari Mosque

Beirut, Lebanon

The Omari Mosque is one of the oldest buildings in Beirut.  The city’s original mosque was built on the site in the seventh century, after the Muslim conquest.  Before that, archaeological evidence shows the presence of a Roman temple.  In the twelfth century, it was converted into a church dedicated to John the Baptist by crusaders.  After the Crusaders were finally expelled in 1291, the building...

Museum of the City of Prague

Museum of the City of Prague

Prague, Czech Republic

See how Prague looked before the walls were pulled down and St Vitus Cathedral was completed take a look at this museum. The biggest attraction is a model of the city circa the 19th century city but there are other displays that show how Prague looked from prehistoric times to the 20th century. Address: Na porici 52        + 420 224 816 773 Opening Times: 9am – 6pm Tuesday to Sunday ...

Parque da Cidade & Museu Historico da Cidade

Parque da Cidade & Museu Historico da Cidade

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Opening Time: 7am-6pm Admission: Free City History Museum Location: Estrada da Santa Marinha 505, Gavea Tel: 2512 2353 Opening Times: 10am-4pm, Tuesday to Sunday Admission: US$2 Found within Parque da Cicade, this former 19th century mansion now houses a museum which had exhibits of Rio from founding in 1565 up to the mid-20th century. Displays of furniture, photographs an...

Theatre of Dionysos

Theatre of Dionysos

Athens, Greece

This theatre was built in the fifth century BCE and to accommodate the dramatists of the time. Famous plays such as Oedipus Rex written by Sophocles were performed here, among others by Greece’s most famous poets (including Aeschylus, Aristophanes and Euripides). The audience was seated on two types of seats depending on their rank, with the more privileged citizenry sitting in sections made of Pe...