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Yildiz Park

Yildiz Park

Istanbul, Turkey

Yildiz Park (Turkish for star) is built on the side of a hill beside the Bosphorus, and was once the imperial gardens of Yildiz Palace.  Today it's one of Istanbul's largest and most pleasant public parks.  The panoramic views of the Bosphorus are spectacular.  There are gardens with a wide variety of flowers and trees.  The shade can be especially nice on hot summer days. ...

Sanayeh Public Garden- René Moawad Garden

Sanayeh Public Garden- René Moawad Garden

Beirut, Lebanon

This green lung of the bustling city of Beirut is a popular place among the residents. Children have a good time playing here. Bikes are available for hire and kids can also skate on the paved tracks. Numerous vendors roam around selling drinks and snacks. This garden is also popular with walkers, joggers and elderly citizens who enjoy the shade of the trees, some of which are hundreds of year...

Military History Museum

Military History Museum

Almaty, Kazakhstan

Address: 22 Zenkov Street, Almaty Phone: +7 (3272) 91 06 19 Tickets: 200 KZTs Soldiers of Kazakhstan are known as valiant defenders of their homeland – and this museum pays homage to every army man through exhibits of what early and contemporary Kazakh armies have faced in war. Head upstairs and live out the military aspects of Kazakh history in a small time period. The building sits r...

Dolmabahçe Palace

Dolmabahçe Palace

Istanbul, Turkey

Dolmabahçe Palace served as the administrative center of the Ottoman Empire from 1856 to 1887, and again from 1909 until the end of the caliphate in 1924.  It was constructed on landfill (the name means ‘filled-up garden’) and took thirteen years to complete.  In the early years of the Republic, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk used the palace as his summer residence.  He died here in 1938.&n...