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Pol e Khaju

Isfahan, Iran

Address: south end of the Chahar Bagh Khaju Avenue, near the Khaju Square The second of the two most popular bridges in Isfahan, the Khaju is known for its masterfully designed sitting spaces that offer direct contact with the flowing Zayandeh River. The bridge was commissioned in 1650 by Shah Abbas II, and served as both bridge and dam. It links the Zoroastrian neighborhood in the south ...

The Ha'penny Bridge

The Ha'penny Bridge

Dublin, Ireland

The Ha'penny Bridge was the first crossing of the Liffey River in Dublin.  Prior to its completion in 1816, the only way across was one of seven ferries.  The ferry owner was forced to build the bridge as the ferries became delapidated.  The bridge is named for the half-penny toll that was once required to cross it.  It's officially known as the Liffey Bridge, or Droichead na L...

Sidi Mahrez Mosque

Sidi Mahrez Mosque

Tunis, Tunisia

Named after the patron of Tunis, Sidi Mahrez Mosque has a very powerful presence in the medina. Depicting Turkish architecture at its peak, the mosque was made by the Ottoman rulers during the 17th century to give reverence to the pious saint and as a token of gratitude for his contribution in opening up ramparts and mosques in the city. As an ancient rule, only Muslim tourists are allowed to ...

Museum of King Abdulaziz University

Museum of King Abdulaziz University

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

This double story museum contains a large collection of the possessions of the King Abdulaziz Address : King Abdulaziz University ...