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The National Museum and Riyadh Zoo

The National Museum and Riyadh Zoo

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

The National Museum and Riyadh Zoo are safe bets for enjoyable places to take children and the Desert Diamond hunt is family friendly, even if it does take an entire day. The Ice Skating center is also a great distraction for the children, especially since the center also contains tennis courts, a bowling alley, and a restaurant.  ...

Saint-Ouen Flea Market

Saint-Ouen Flea Market

Paris, France

Located 6.6km outside Paris, the commune of Saint-Ouen is home to the one of the world’s best flea markets.  In the nineteenth century, beggars would scavenge through people’s garbage to find things they could resell at the market.   They were eventually expelled from Paris and relegated to the outskirts, where they continued and expanded their trade.  In 1885, local authorities in Saint-Ouen ...

Village Museum

Village Museum

Bucharest, Romania

A commendable effort to showcase the traditional Romanian way of life that is depicted in the Village Museum. The open air museum houses about 300 buildings related to various aspects of history such as churches, mills, workshops, furniture shops, pottery and clothing that are all laid out in a natural environment. Various cultural festivals are also hosted by the museum for tourists to experience...

National Museum of Beirut

National Museum of Beirut

Beirut, Lebanon

The Beirut National Museum can be traced back to Raymond Weill, a French officer stationed in Lebanon during World War II.  During his time here, he began collecting ancient artifacts.  In 1923, a committee was created to create a permanent museum to house these and other antiquities.  Construction began in 1930 and was completed in 1937.  By the time the civil war began, the museum had assembled ...