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Pyramids of Giza

Pyramids of Giza

Cairo, Egypt

The Pyramids of Giza is the only surviving wonder of the seven wonders of the ancient world. As such, it is one of the main attractions in Egypt and an amazing sight to experience.   Ancient Egyptians believed heavily in the importance of the afterlife, and so the Pyramids were built to house the tombs of the Pharaohs so that they would have a successful and smooth transition into the...

El Hank Lighthouse

El Hank Lighthouse

Casablanca, Morocco

El Hank Lighthouse was built in 1919 to help sailors steer their vessels away from the shore. Until the construction of the lighthouse, many ships got stuck in the sandy banks of Casablanca’s shores. El Hank Lighthouse, also known as Pointe d'el-Hank Light, stands 161 feet high, and its light can be seen from 30 nautical miles away. The lighthouse is a round masonry tower with lantern and gallery....

Roman Beirut

Roman Beirut

Beirut, Lebanon

The Roman city of Beirut met a traumatic end in the sixth century after a series of devastating earthquakes.  As a result, there is little evidence of the city’s glorious Roman period.  What little remains are concentrated Downtown. In front of the Parliament building stand four corniced columns, discovered in 1968.  A strand of five more columns stand to the left of the St. George Maronite ...

The Viking Ship Museum “Vikingskipshuset”

The Viking Ship Museum “Vikingskipshuset”

Oslo, Norway

The Viking Ship Museum or “Vikingskipshuset” is located in Bygdoy, a short bus or ferry ride from the city center. The museum features several Viking ships used in ancient burials that have been preserved amazingly well by the blue clay in which they were buried. The boats are filled with jewels and artifacts, and are definitely worth seeing. This is also an excellent stop for those with kids in t...