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Tavel House

Tavel House

Geneva, Switzerland

This is an old residential building in Geneva that was destroyed by a massive fire in the early 14th century, but has been restored and converted into a cultural museum. It has on display articles of daily use in Geneva, dating back from the Middle Ages to the late 19th century. The attic has a miniature model of an ancient Geneva when the rampart walls were still in place around the city. &nbs...

Mutrah Souk

Mutrah Souk

Muscat, Oman

This market is a must stop for any tourist visiting Muscat, and is perhaps the biggest attraction within the city. It is located next to the Mutrah Corniche and is a perfect blend of Oman’s ancient culture and its modern transformation. The stalls are housed in a modern building but still maintain the hustle and bustle of a traditional Arab Market. There are a number of gold shops; others sell han...

Kilmainham Gaol

Kilmainham Gaol

Dublin, Ireland

Kilmainham Gaol is a former prison turned museum that played an important part in Irish history.  It opened in 1796.  The leadership of failed Irish rebellions in 1798, 1803, 1848, 1867, and 1916 were held, and oftentimes executed here.  Consequently, the prison was seen as an instrument of British colonial control and was closed after independence in 1924.  In the 1950s, plans...

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...