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St Paul's Cathedral

St Paul's Cathedral

London, United Kingdom

The fifth and current iteration of St. Paul’s Cathedral was consecrated in 1708, but the diocese of St. Paul’s has been in existence since 604AD.  After the Great Fire of 1666, the decision was made to rebuild the cathedral from scratch rather than trying to restore the severely damaged Gothic version.  The new design, by architect Sir Christopher Wren, was a Greek cross in the Baroque R...

Schanzengraben

Schanzengraben

Zurich, Switzerland

The Schanzengraben is a canal that connects Lake Zurich to the Limmat, through the western end of central Zurich.  The canal was dug beginning in 1642 as a part of a new set of defensive fortifications necessitated by the Thirty Years War.  It was actually a moat, and the bridges across were wooden so they could easily be burned in times of trouble.  Originally, it ran along what is...

Museu do Fado

Museu do Fado

Lisbon, Portugal

The music of fado is at the heart of Alfama’s history and this museum traces its history from the working class to its international exposure. There is even a re-created guitar workshop and you can  Tel: +218 823 470 Website: www.museudofado.egeac.pt Address: Largo do Chafariz de Dentro Opening Times: 10am-6pm Tue-Sun, closed 1st of January, 1st of May and December 25th. Admission Pr...

Mohatta Palace and Museum

Mohatta Palace and Museum

Karachi, Pakistan

This palace was built by a Hindu businessman by the name of Shivratan Chandraratan Mohatta in the 1920's. The building is constructed out of special pink stones from Jodhpur and the common yellow stones. It housed the offices of the Foreign Affairs ministry after the founding of Pakistan. It was soon given under the care of Fatima Jinnah, sister of the Quaid, but after her death it fell into negle...