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The Kremlin

The Kremlin

Moscow, Russia

This massive fortress was built in the 12 th century to protect against invasion. It is a remarkable structure comprising of a citadel enclosed by brick walls and gates. It owes its magnificence to the history that it embodies. The fortress was ransacked by the Mongol invaders in the 14th century but was later restored to become the seat of power of the Czars and the Communist rulers.  ...

Grand Mosque

Grand Mosque

Kuwait, Kuwait

The largest mosque in Kuwait, and located in a prime location just opposite to the Seif Palace, the Grand Mosque is one of the most important sights in the country and covers an area of over 45,000 square feet. The extensive construction process started in 1979 and was finally completed in 1986, and cost about KD 14 million. This national treasure stands as an epitome of Arab and Muslim beliefs an...

Letna Gardens and Terrace

Letna Gardens and Terrace

Prague, Czech Republic

This park boasts some great views but there are also some interesting historical overtones to its huge concrete terrace. This terrace used to be home to the world’s largest statue of Stalin in the 1950s; it was blown up in 1962. Today skateboarders, a beer garden and a metronome symbolizing the passage of time are the highlights here. Location: Letenske sady                      {l...

Medeu Dam

Medeu Dam

Almaty, Kazakhstan

Address: just ahead of the Medeu Ice Skating Rink A large, 6 million cubic meters reservoir, situated 1900 meters above sea level, built in 1956 to protect Almaty from frequent landslides in the spring due to melting of ice. You can go see the dam either by car or on foot – park your car at the skating rink. Going on foot is definitely a much more enriching experience – you can never get eno...