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Constance Halaveli Maldives offers the luxury of space in seclusion
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Jamarat

Jamarat

Makkah, Saudi Arabia

These are the devils that were cast into stones. As part of Hajj, pilgrims have to throw seven stones on the 10th, 11th and the 12th of Zil Hajj. They are located around 1.2 km outside Mina. A new super structure consisting of three floors have been placed around the small, medium and large devils, or Jamarats.  ...

Azem Palace

Azem Palace

Damascus, Syria

This Palace was built in the 1740s by the Governor of Syria, Asad Pasha Al Azem. It incorporates the traditional architectural styles visible around the city of Damascus- that of striped stonework- alternately layered limestone and black asphalt. The interior is much more extravagant. The ceilings of the rooms are painted beautifully with intricate tile work on the floors and wood paneling on the ...

Eureka Skydeck 88

Eureka Skydeck 88

Melbourne, Australia

Your tour of Melbourne is totally incomplete if you fail to capture the awe-inspiring look of the architectural masterpiece known as Eureka Skydeck 88. Apart from the panoramic outlook of the skyscraper also provides you immense and highly diversified kinds of conveniences to its visitors. This mind boggling structure of the city will completely alter your attitude towards Melbourne and Australia....

The Vasa Museum

The Vasa Museum

Stockholm, Sweden

“The Vasa” is the 64 gun warship that sank in the Sweden harbor on her maiden voyage in 1628. It is perhaps the only 17th century ship that is in almost perfect shape after being salvaged. Interesting artifacts rescued from the ship are on display at the Vasa Maritime Museum. Don’t miss the film screening which shows how the ship was salvaged 300 years after she sank. It is the most visited museum...