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Quan Su Pagoda

Quan Su Pagoda

Hanoi, Vietnam

Constructed in the 15th century the pagoda became the headquarters of the Tonkin Buddhist Association in 1934, and today it is headquarters for the Vietnam Central Buddhist Congregation.   Quan Su Pagoda is also referred to as the Ambassador's Pagoda or Chua Quan Su, and is one of the main Vietnamese-styled temples in Hanoi. It houses many finely carved statues, some dating back to the 15th...

Al-Tahrir Square

Al-Tahrir Square

Sanaa, Yemen

The main public piazza of the city, this square acts as an intersection between two of Sana'a’s major urban districts. It is consequently lined with eateries and shopping outlets, features a mesmerizing fountain in the center, and is a popular hangout space for residents of the surrounding neighborhoods. In addition, the square also acts as the city’s cultural center – it contains 3 major museums ...

Ali Qapu Palace

Ali Qapu Palace

Isfahan, Iran

Address: west side of the Naqsh e Jahan Square, opposite the Sheikh Lotfullah Mosque Timings: 8am to sunset Tickets: IRR 4000 This majestic palatial edifice was initially built as a grand portal that marked entry into the royal gardens that lie to the west of the Naqsh e Jahan Square. Quite simple in its forms, a cubical arrangement of walls and columns, with large blind arches that r...

Decorative Arts Museum

Decorative Arts Museum

Isfahan, Iran

Address: Ostandari Street Timings: Saturdays to Wednesdays 8am to 1pm, Thursdays 8am to 12noon Tickets: IRR 3000 Located within a building that was used primarily as a storage shed cum stable house, the Decorative Arts Museum today houses relics from the Safavid and Qajar eras – glassware, calligraphic samples, miniature frescoes and paintings, intricately carved wooden furniture an...