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Chowpatty Beach

Chowpatty Beach

Mumbai, India

Mumbai’s Chowpatty Beach at the northern end of Marine Drive is where the citizens and tourists alike head to for an evening of fun and frolic. The many attractions here include numerous stalls selling a variety of snacks, the most popular being the famous bhel-puri, chat and pav-bhaji.  One can also enjoy ferry rides and pony and camel rides too. The entire beach is abuzz with activity creat...

Hollywood Walk of Fame

Hollywood Walk of Fame

Los Angeles, United States

The Hollywood Walk of Fame runs in front of the Grauman's Chinese Theatre. It is about 5.5 miles long stretching between La Brea and Gower Streets and between Yucca Street and Sunset Boulevard. It has over 2000 bronze stars embedded in it, honouring film stars, musicians, producers and other top media personalities. The first person to recieve a star was Joanne Woodward in 1960.     ...

Rustem Pasha Mosque

Rustem Pasha Mosque

Istanbul, Turkey

The Rustem Pasha Mosque was designed by famed architect Mimam Sinan and built between 1561 and 1563.  It's namesake was Grand Vizier Rustem Pasha, a son-in-law of Suleiman the Magnificent.  The mosque is relatively small, paling in comparison to the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia.  Since Pasha was only the Grand Vizier, he could not build anything that would come close to surpassing t...

Ottomon Military Hospital

Ottomon Military Hospital

Beirut, Lebanon

This military hospital right beside the Serail was built in 1865 by Sultan Abdul Aziz. From the period of the French mandate till the 1960’s it served as a courthouse. It was later converted into the of the Lebanese University but most parts of it were destroyed in the war. Completely renovated, it now houses the Council for Development and Reconstruction. ...