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National Museum of Anthropology

National Museum of Anthropology

Mexico City, Mexico

Address: Avenada Paseo de la Reforma Chapultepec Polanco Mexico City 11560 Phone: +52 05536266 Website: http://www.mna.inah.gob.mx/muna/mna_ing/main.html Email: atencion.mna@inah.gob.mx Timings: Tuesdays to Sundays: 9am to 7 pm. Admission: 51 pesos Tuesdays to Saturdays. Sundays free. Free entrance for: Children under 13 Seniors over 60 Students and ...

Hasan II Mosque

Hasan II Mosque

Casablanca, Morocco

The Hasan II Mosque is the largest mosque in Casablanca. It was designed by French architect Michel Pinseau and built by Bouygeus. It stands on a promontory overlooking the Atlantic which can be seen through a gigantic glass floor with room for 25,000 worshippers. A further 80,000 can be accommodated in the mosque's adjoining grounds for a total of 105,000 worshippers present at any given time at ...

Lincoln Memorial

Lincoln Memorial

Washington DC, United States

A tribute to the country's 16th President, who led during the Civil War. The structure is designed as a neoclassical temple, similar to Parthenon in Greece with 36 fluted Doric columns representing states of the Union at the time of Lincoln’s death, plus two at the entrance. President Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address and his Gettysburg Address are both engraved on the walls of the memorial chamb...

National Museum of Yemen

National Museum of Yemen

Sanaa, Yemen

Address: al-Tahrir Square Timings: Saturdays to Thursdays 9am to 12noon, 3pm to 5pm. Fridays 9am to 12pm only Entrance:  YER 500 Housed inside a former palace known as the Dar-as-Sada (House of Happiness), this is the place that offers you an overview of how Sana'a came to be, how it has survived the several dynasties that ruled over it, and why the skyscrapers still stand tall today as...