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Rebublic Square or Jumhooree Maidan

Rebublic Square or Jumhooree Maidan

Maldives, Maldives

The Republic Square is beautifully built with green grass and lush plantation, along the northern waterfront. It is Male's most popular venue amongst adults and children alike for social gatherings and recreation. On the Eastern end of the square stands the official flag post on which the largest permanent flag in the country is hoisted. When you arrive in Male, this is the place where you are ...

Coptic Museum

Coptic Museum

Cairo, Egypt

The Coptic Museum was built in 1910 to trace the history of Christianity in Egypt. Some of the highlights include Coptic textiles, ancient paper (known as papyri) with writings from the Gnostic gospels of Nag Hammadi, carved ivories, and Nubian paintings from the flooded villages of Lake Nassar. The setting of the museum is pleasing to the eye with florid designs and centered in a garden. &nbs...

Al Ain Zoo

Al Ain Zoo

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Occupying an area of 400 hectares the place encompasses all facilities required to provide an exotic and exuberant environment for children to see over 600 animals in their natural habitat. Species of some giant tortoises, marine life and wildlife have made the place worth visiting. An added attraction is the ‘night zoo’ where one can experience the place in moonlight and watch animals during thei...

Catacombs of Paris

Catacombs of Paris

Paris, France

By the end of the eighteenth century, Paris had a serious problem: what to do with all the dead bodies? The city’s poor were often buried in mass graves at the Saint Innocents Cemetery, near the center of the city.  Eventually, it was filled way past capacity and the decaying corpses were polluting Paris’ groundwater.  Finally, at the start of the nineteenth century, new graveyards aroun...