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Thulhaadhoo Island

Thulhaadhoo Island

Maldives, Maldives

Visiting Thulhaadhoo is important because this is where the traditional art of incised lacquer decoration is widely produced. Thulhaadhoo is the only island in Maldives doing lacquer work and many people come here to watch trained artists at work. This island is one of the inhabited islands of Baa Atoll and has been reclaimed by the government recently. Rasdhoo Madivaru For a thrilling scub...

Jewish Heritage Museum

Jewish Heritage Museum

New York, United States

The Museum of Jewish Heritage is a living memorial to the Holocaust.  It first opened in 1997 and features a collection of more than 25,000 objects that illustrate Jewish heritage in the 20th century.  New York was the natural choice for its location, having a larger Jewish population than any other city in the world.   The exhibits on display include personal objects, photographs, ...

Rod Laver Arena Tours Melbourne Park

Rod Laver Arena Tours Melbourne Park

Melbourne, Australia

The place is particularly important due to its importance in the Australian open tennis championship. The place is one of the busiest and amusement venues of the city which offers massive accommodation of 15,000 people to national and international visitors from all around the world to view the prestigious event. Apart from the Australian Open tennis events such as Grand Slam and Asia Pacific are ...

National Gallery

National Gallery

London, United Kingdom

In the late eighteenth century, royal art collections across Europe were being nationalized and put on display for the public. The British were late to the party and calls for the establishment of a national art gallery went unfulfilled. The spectacular painting collection of former Prime Minister Robert Walpole wound up sold to Russia in 1777. Finally, in 1824, the National Gallery was establis...