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Cargo and passenger traffic recovers at Red Sea ports

Maj. Gen. Abdul Qader Mohammed Gaballah, head of the Red Sea Ports recovery movement announced the arrival of passengers for travel and tourism between the Ports Authority, Saudi ports, Jordan and the Persian Gulf in March.

It was temporarily shut down during the Jan 25. Egyptian revolution.

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National Museum

National Museum

New Delhi, India

To truly appreciate India's past, you first must make sure you have a few hours to spare before diving into the National Museum's rich exhibitions. The more interesting displays include the carved pillars and statues from the Maryan empire (250 BC), sandstone figures from Pallava temples, Naga models and masks, excavations from the Indus Valley civilizations, Gupta terracottas dating from AD400, s...

What to do with Children in Tow?

What to do with Children in Tow?

Prague, Czech Republic

With its fascinating architecture, Prague can be thought of as an ancient place for children to be enthralled by and enjoy. Along with Prague Castle, there is its fascinating Toy Museum and Miniatures Museum (they are not allowed to touch the displays though). There are numerous toy shops dotted around the city which, when travelling by tram can be entertaining for children, along with the puppet ...

Red Staircase

Red Staircase

Moscow, Russia

This is located right next to the Cathedral of the Annunciation. It is famous for being climbed up by czars newly coroneted. Historically this staircase is also important since it was from these that Peter the Great witnessed his relatives being impaled during an uprising.   ...

Mary Queen of the World Cathedral

Mary Queen of the World Cathedral

Montreal, Canada

The Mary, Queen of the World Cathedral is the second largest church in Montreal.  It was built amid controversy starting in 1875 and lasting until 1894.  The process was not without controversy – the site of the church was in a predominantly English-speaking and Anglican neighborhood.  It was a long walk from the church’s French-speaking, Catholic congregation.  Originally call...