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Old Court Museum

Old Court Museum

Bucharest, Romania

The Old Court Museum, in the historical city center, is of great significance to Romania. It was around these fortifications that Bucharest began its journey towards urbanization and development. The Old Court has preserved artifacts and actual pieces of the ruined buildings and the Crown Place of the Wallachian Princess, dating as early as the 16th century. Address: Strada Franceza, nr. 25-...

Jaisi Deval Temple

Jaisi Deval Temple

Kathmandu, Nepal

Tall and triple roofed, this temple sits at what once was the site of the ancient city during the Licchavi period (during the 4th and 8th centuries). This temple is a Shiva one as specified by the bull on the steps and the mildly erotic carvings on the temple struts. To the west of the temple you’ll find the Ram Chandra Temple, named after Ram – an incarnation of Vishnu and the hero of the Hindu e...

Mahalaxmi Dhobi Ghat (Washing Place)

Mahalaxmi Dhobi Ghat (Washing Place)

Mumbai, India

Mahalaxmi Dhobi Ghat is Mumbai’s 136 years old laundry. It is an amazing sight to see the city’s dirty laundry being washed in row upon row of open-air troughs.  The dhobis working at the ghats wash every item by hand. It’s a fascinating sight and a popular photo-opportunity.  Anyone can look from above, but visitors are discouraged from entering the washing floor. Address: Dr. E Mo...

Château de Vincennes

Château de Vincennes

Paris, France

Today the suburb of Vincennes is one of the most densely populated cities in Europe, but back in the twelfth century, it was nothing more than a forest outside Paris.  Much like its more famous cousin in Versailles, the Palace at Vincennes started off as a hunting manor.  It was built by Louis VII sometime in the mid-twelfth century.  There are only a few scattered archaeological ...