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Hungarian National Museum

Hungarian National Museum

Budapest, Hungary

Built in 1847, this museum has the most important and comprehensive collection of Hungarian artefacts and relics. Starting from the history of the Carpathian Basin, you move through the Magyar tribes’ exhibit and follow the shaping of Hungary from the conquest of the Basin to the end of communism. In the basement, artefacts from Roman and medieval times are displayed and in other rooms you can fin...

Tandiss shopping center

Tandiss shopping center

Tehran, Iran

it is a hive of activity with stores of designer brands, restaurants and entertainment. Its opening hours are 9am -10pm on weekdays and 10am -10pm on weekends. Telephone: 77643491, 77632195.  It is located in the busy Tajrish square, at which you can find all the public transport depots. The square is also the culmination of the popular Valiasr Street.  ...

Gamle Aker Kirke

Gamle Aker Kirke

Oslo, Norway

Gamle Aker Kirke is Oslo’s oldest building, built in 1080. It is located north on the city center and provides Lutheran services on Sundays. The Church is associated with a mythical dragon and has quaint and historically relevant views to behold within its walls. Taking the bus is the easiest way to get here. Address: 2702 St. Hanshaugen, 0131 Oslo Tel: +47 23-62-91-20 Website: http://w...

Confucius Temple

Confucius Temple

Beijing, China

This is a significant temple since it was built in 1306 to honor revered Chinese philosopher and thinker Confucius. The temple houses some ancient musical instruments worth looking at [Confucius thought music was key to self- development]; apart from that they are about 190 stele with Confucius' Classics inscribed on them. In the courtyard of the temple are inscribed the names of those students wh...