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Sindbad Amusement Park

Sindbad Amusement Park

Karachi, Pakistan

One of the earliest modern amusement parks in Karachi, smaller than Aladdin, but definitely more fun. The rides are much more exciting and breathtaking. With fast-moving roller coasters and crazily spinning carousels, this park is sure to rock you. The Log Slide, which is a kind of roller coaster with a seat for two or three people and ending in a large splash of water, soaking you to the innermos...

National Museum

National Museum

Damascus, Syria

This is an extremely remarkable museum and a must stop for any visitor to Damascus. It is a good course in the colorful history and culture of the city. The exhibits are fascinating and labeled in English and Arabic. The museum is divided into categories corresponding to the three eras in Syrian history; Pre-Classical, Classical and Islamic. The Pre-Classical section comprises of a number of ...

Brooklyn Bridge

Brooklyn Bridge

New York, United States

In its time, the Brooklyn Bridge was a marvel of civil engineering.  Even today it’s impressive, despite having long since been surpassed by longer and more monumental suspension bridges, even in the New York City area.  The bridge was designed by German immigrant John Augustus Roebling, who was responsible for the United States’ first suspension bridge completed in 1847 (an aqueduct in Pennsylvan...

ChangGyeong-gung Palace

ChangGyeong-gung Palace

Seoul, South Korea

It was built in 1104 for the kings of the Koryo Dynasty as a summer palace and became one of the main palaces of the Joseon Dynasty. The palace is connected to the Jongmyo Shrine which was used for sacrificial rites in the Joseon Dynasty.  The palace faces east to west, instead of the usual north to south. Admission: Adults (19 to 64 years old): 1,000 won; Groups: 800; Children (7 to ...