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New Dubai Explorer Residents Guide Released

Explorer Publishing announced that it has released the latest edition of Dubai Explorer (Live Work Explore – The complete residents guide).  Dubai is written by residents, for residents and is a practical guide to daily life, work, exploring and an inspirational travel specific guide.

For more information log on to www.liveworkexplore.com
 

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Estadi Olympics

Barcelona, Spain

The Olympic Stadium was constructed in opposition to the 1936 Berlin Olympics; however, the plans were cancelled due to the Spanish Civil War. The stadium is home to the Espanyol football team. However, it was used in the 1992 Summer Olympics after being renamed Estadi Oly­mpic Lluy­s Companys.  ...

Galería de Arte Nacional

Galería de Arte Nacional

Caracas, Venezuela

Located right next to the Museum of Natural Sciences, the National Art Gallery contains four centuries of artwork from all around Venezuela, housing over 400 individual samples.                     ...

Galata Tower

Galata Tower

Istanbul, Turkey

The Galata Tower was for a long time the tallest building in Istanbul at more than 65m.  The Genoese built the circular tower in 1348 as part of their fortifications in Galata, just across the Golden Horn from the heart of Constantinople. It was built in the medieval style, capped with a conical roof.  The Ottomans used it as a watchtower to spot fires.  The cone on top collapsed in...

South African Museum of Military History

South African Museum of Military History

Johannesburg, South Africa

The Museum of Military History is a small museum dedicated to the military history of South Africa and showcases items like the South African built G-6 artillery piece, to small arms, aircraft, and even a submarine!   Address: 22 Erlswold Way, Saxonwold Telephone: +27 (0)11 646 5513 Website: http://www.militarymuseum.co.za/ Opening hours: Daily 0900-1630 Admission charge &nb...