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Frederikshavn Citadel (Kastellet)

Frederikshavn Citadel (Kastellet)

Copenhagen, Denmark

The oldest military was established in 1626 by King Christian IV. The old Citadel was refurbished and made into a church and a prison. According to tradition, tourists and local’s alike walk around these places before their The Day of Prayer (Store Bededag) and after the walk then eat a special kind of bread called “Hveder”. Address: Kastellet - The Old Citadel, 2100 Copenhagen Ø Busses: ...

King Abdullaziz Mosque and setting area

King Abdullaziz Mosque and setting area

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

The King Abdul Aziz Mosque is perhaps one of the oldest mosques in Jeddah, with a minaret that was built in 7 AH. The open central area is built in a way to allow open-air ventilation. The mosque has been renovated several times. Address : Al-Nada Market in Al-Hanafi Mosque in the middle of the historical area in Jeddah - AL-Bald ...

Covent Garden

Covent Garden

London, United Kingdom

This small district, straddling the border of Westminster and Camden, was originally a large open field owned by Westminster Abbey.  In the seventeenth century, the area began to be developed.  The fashionable new neighborhood was centered on a fruit and vegetable market.  In the eighteenth century, vagrants and prostitutes moved in, and the area became a notorious red-light distr...

Tughluqabad

Tughluqabad

New Delhi, India

The immense and brutal fortifications of Tughluqabad are an impressive monument to the militarism of the Tughluqs, an antidote to any idea that the Delhi Sultans were merely effete builders of mosques and palaces. Nowadays, the only living things that visitors are likely to see at the vast, barren, sun-scorched site are goats, donkeys and the occasional archaeologist, although in the 14th century...