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Circo Massimo(Circus Maximus)

Circo Massimo(Circus Maximus)

Rome, Italy

The Circus Maximus,which is situated in the valley between the Aventine and Palatine Hills,was a horse and chariot racing area. In the 1st C, it was Rome’s biggest stadium, a 250,000-seater. It was used for many other purposes as well. Marketing and gambling also took place here. Even though chariot races were held here as far back as 4 BC, it wasn’t until Emperor Trajan rebuilt it after the AD ...

Mazar-e- Quaid

Mazar-e- Quaid

Karachi, Pakistan

This is the final resting place of the Father of the Nation, Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Its construction started soon after his death in 1948, and it was completed in the 1960's. Made of white marble, this is undoubtedly the most well-known landmark of Karachi, being featured in pictures and media whenever Karachi is mentioned. The mausoleum building is surrounded by a large park which was until recentl...

Postal Museum

Postal Museum

Tunis, Tunisia

If you are interested in seeing history ‘represent’ itself, pay a visit to the Tunis postal museum. The place houses a collection of the most ancient stamps of Tunisia that were exchanged during communication in the olden times mostly during the 19th century. The exhibition shows a slow progression from those days to the present, when communication is much faster and uses different stamps of varyi...

Number 29 Georgian House Museum

Number 29 Georgian House Museum

Dublin, Ireland

The Georgian House Museum is located at 29 Fitzwilliam Street, hence the name.  The stately Georgian townhouse was built towards the end of the nineteenth century.  Its first occupant was one Mrs. Olivia Beatty, the focus of the museum.  She was a young widow, able to afford the mansion thanks to the estate of her deceased husband.  The house was eventually sold and changed ha...