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UAE National Khaled Al Qubaisi celebrated his first ever motor racing win on Friday at Yas Marina Circuit

UAE National Khaled Al Qubaisi celebrated his first ever motor racing win on Friday at Yas Marina Circuit.  On his home track, Khaled took out first place in the penultimate round of the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Middle East; coming through with the victory he had promised fans earlier in the week.  Saudi Arabians Bandar Alesayi of Alesayi Racing team and Fahad Algosaibi from ClassicArabia Racing came in second and third respectively.

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Horsh Beirut

Horsh Beirut

Beirut, Lebanon

This urban park in Beirut is also known as Horsh Al-Sanawbar or Bois De Pins (in Arabic and French). It is a lush green area of 40,000 sq-meter pine forest. There is a playground for children where they can enjoy being outdoors and take in the freshness of the air amidst beautiful natural surroundings. Location: Omar Beyhum Street, Southern Beirut ...

St. Katherine’s Church

St. Katherine’s Church

Frankfurt, Germany

This is the largest Lutheran church in Frankfurt and is dedicated to St. Katherine of Alexandria. Opening times for the church are: Monday to Friday, from 10 to 12 clock. Address: Municipal Office    Leerbachstraße 18    60 322 Frankfurt am Main Phone: 069-77 06 77 0 Fax 069-77 06 77 29 e-mail: info (at) st-katharinengemeinde.de URL: www.st-katharinengemeinde.de  ...

Nejmeh Square

Nejmeh Square

Beirut, Lebanon

This centrally located square in Downtown Beirut has been recently renovated.  ‘Nejmeh’ means star, and it is so named because the six roads converging on the square resemble a star.  The highlight is the famous clock tower dating from the French Mandate.  It is one of the few historic structures that remain intact in Downtown.  Other than that, the square is pretty mundane.  You’ll naturally run ...

Union Station

Union Station

Washington DC, United States

As soon as you step into the station you literally collide with ambling visitors, tourists, office workers. You actually step into the heart of ‘Washington Life’. Located with full view of the Capital, this was the largest train station in the world when it opened in 1907. It was designed by noted architect Daniel H. Burnham who based his designs on the Baths of Diocletian and arch of Constantine ...