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Murabba Palace (Qasr al-Murabba)

Murabba Palace (Qasr al-Murabba)

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Murabba Palace (Qasr al-Murabba), (next to National Museum). (6-9 PM Sun-Fri). This is Riyadh's second old mud-brick palace, built by King Abdul Aziz after he conquered Masmak Fortress because he wanted a more strategically powerful fort. This two-story structure does have an intimidating look and feel to it, but permits are no longer needed to venture inside, where you can find interesting items ...

Cretulescu Palace

Cretulescu Palace

Bucharest, Romania

An architectural beauty, this palace was built in the 20th century for the famous Cretulescu family of Bucharest. The palace is now visited for its history presence and the artistic architectural designs by Petre Antonescu (1873-1965). If you are short on time, have a look at the palace at least from the outside to get a feel of its beauty.          &nb...

Olympic Park

Olympic Park

Beijing, China

The 2008 Summer Olympics signified China’s return as a global economic power.  It’s hard to forget the spectacular opening ceremony.  Three years on, the Olympic Park is still there and open to the public.  The centerpiece of the park is the Beijing National Stadium, better known as the Bird’s Nest.  Its edifice is unmistakable.  Though no teams call the Bird’s Nest home, ...

Tughluqabad

Tughluqabad

New Delhi, India

The immense and brutal fortifications of Tughluqabad are an impressive monument to the militarism of the Tughluqs, an antidote to any idea that the Delhi Sultans were merely effete builders of mosques and palaces. Nowadays, the only living things that visitors are likely to see at the vast, barren, sun-scorched site are goats, donkeys and the occasional archaeologist, although in the 14th century...