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Cathedral Square

Cathedral Square

Moscow, Russia

Every Saturday at noon the changing of the guards ceremony occurs at this square. The ceremony is an enactment meant to transport visitors back in time. The ceremony comprises of horses, an orchestra and soldiers dressed in uniforms from the Czarist era. To view this, tourists are required to pay a fee separately. Cathedral Square comprises of the following monuments: Cathedral of the Arc...

Grande Bibliothèque

Grande Bibliothèque

Montreal, Canada

The Grande Bibliotheque is the largest library in the French-speaking world.  It was built between 2001 and 2005 and cost nearly $100 million.  The five-story building is a magnificent example of modern architecture.  The façade consists of copper strips in front of massive panes of glass.  In addition to the books, the library is home to a sculpture garden and several intere...

· Delville Wood Monument & Statue of General Lukin

· Delville Wood Monument & Statue of General Lukin

Cape Town, South Africa

This monument was erected to honor the soldiers and officers killed in the battle for Delville during the First World War sometime in 1916. Of the over 3000 soldiers who went into battle only 700 survived and of the 150 officers who went into battle only 5 survived. Lukin was the general who commanded the South Africans in WW I. Address: Company’s Gardens, Cape Town Central  ...

Ka'aba, Hajr-e-Aswad, Hatim and the Maqaam-e-Ibrahim

Ka'aba, Hajr-e-Aswad, Hatim and the Maqaam-e-Ibrahim

Makkah, Saudi Arabia

Thought to be initially built by the angels, then by Adam (AS). Destroyed in the flood of Noah, it was rebuilt by Abraham (AS) on the orders of Allah. It became a symbol of power in the times before the Prophet Muhammad (SAW). It was believed who so ever had control of the Ka'aba would have the right to rule over the other tribes in Makkah. The Prophet Muhammad (SAW) solved this by having the vari...