OK, historical site is REALLY pushing it to the max! I’m going to bet that 99.9% of Key West residents have NO IDEA that this is even located here and even fewer would know where to find it! 147 more words
The world’s largest grass thatched hut and burial ground for the Buganda royal family now lies in burnt wrecks.
Before I left my country, a major fire outbreak had wiped away one of the nation’s historical and cultural heritage sites (Kasubi Tombs) which had stood over time. 570 more words
Settled in between Dayton and Cincinnati is the little town of Lebanon home to the oldest Inn in the state, The Golden Lamb. The inn is known for its historical significant to hosting more seated presidents, political heads, famous authors like Mark Twain, even Charles Dickens who penned the famous classical piece A Christmas Carol. 40 more words
The following article is about Mada’in Saleh, a pre-Islamic archeological site, and arguably the most interesting in the country. It is only for the last few years that the Saudi authorities have become aware of the tourism potential the Kingdom has apart from religious tourism, and slowly they are developing sites to attract tourists. 1,360 more words
A city of well-preserved temples, palaces, elephant stables and elevated viewing points; the remains of a wealthy 14th-16th century empire scattered over 350 square kilometers of sparsely populated countryside; the vibrant Virupaksha temple, still being used and worshipped in by thousands every year. 611 more words