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Cargo and passenger traffic recovers at Red Sea ports

Maj. Gen. Abdul Qader Mohammed Gaballah, head of the Red Sea Ports recovery movement announced the arrival of passengers for travel and tourism between the Ports Authority, Saudi ports, Jordan and the Persian Gulf in March.

It was temporarily shut down during the Jan 25. Egyptian revolution.

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Naturhistorisches

Naturhistorisches

Vienna, Austria

The Naturhistorisches Museum or NHMW is one of the important museums of the world. Here one can find a collection of artifacts which are over 250 years old. Rare fossils and pre-historic works of art are some of the items exhibited here. ...

Museum of Science & Industry

Museum of Science & Industry

Chicago, United States

Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry is housed in the Palace of FIne Arts, built for the Columbian Exhibition.  In the 1920s, after the Field Museum moved out, it was decided to convert the magnificent Neoclassical building into a museum dedicated to science and industry.  The museum was bankrolled by Julius Rosenwald of retailer Sears Roebuck.  It has evolved into one of the wo...

Bata Shoe Museum

Bata Shoe Museum

Toronto, Canada

Anyone with a shoe fetish will love this museum, which showcases the Bata family's 10,000-item collection. From the outside, the museum looks like a quirky shoebox. The main gallery outlines the history of footwear- ‘All about shoes’. The galleries house everything from 17th century French spiked clogs to crush chestnuts, to Elton John’s foot-high platforms. The galleries on the second floor conti...

Temple of Past Emperors

Temple of Past Emperors

Beijing, China

This is the site where emperors belonging to the Ming and Qing dynasties made sacrifices to their dead ancestors.  Unfortunately many of the features that made this temple unique and beautiful were destroyed during the Cultural Revolution. These included the ancient wooden tablets that symbolized past rulers. Nevertheless it is still worth going to especially to catch a glimpse of the beautif...