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Dublin Zoo

Dublin Zoo

Dublin, Ireland

What better way to spend the day than to make a trip to the Dublin Zoo, spread over 60 acres and divided into different regions like the Artic zone, plains of Africa and the Indian Rainforest. It houses elephants, tigers, orangutans, chimpanzees, giraffes and many more exotic and endangered species. The zoo is definitely family friendly with rest stops, nursing stations, food outlets and kiosks. K...

Topkapi Palace

Topkapi Palace

Istanbul, Turkey

Topkapi Palace was the primary residence of the Ottoman sultans from 1465-1856.  Construction began in 1459 under orders from Sultan Mehmed II, the conqueror of Constantinople.  The palace was built on the original site of Byzantium, on top of the old Greek acropolis.  Upon its completion, Topkapi Palace became the political center of the Ottoman Empire.  As the empire continued to expand, so did ...

The Oslo Cathedral

The Oslo Cathedral

Oslo, Norway

The Oslo Cathedral is located near KarlJohans gate in Stortorvet Square. This beautiful building has been rebuilt several times, and currently serves as the main church for the Oslo bishopric. The Royal Family uses the cathedral for large events, like funerals and weddings. The organ within is impressive, with the view of Oslo from the steeple even more grand. There are several bazaars in the pavi...

Chain Bridge

Chain Bridge

Budapest, Hungary

If you can walk across only one of the city’s three bridges that join Buda and Pest together, then make it this one. The city’s oldest and probably the most beautiful bridge, it is named in honour of the man who designed it, Lstvan Szechenyi. When it opened in 1849, it was unique for two reasons: it was at the time, the city’s only dry link between Buda and Pest and the city’s aristocracy who had ...