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Shakshuka has roots in North Africa but is practically the national dish of our Middle Eastern mystery country. This country is a cultural melting pot, with Eastern and Central European, Mediterranean, North African, and Middle Eastern culinary influences (not to mention Balkan, Ethiopian, Yemini, North American, Iberian…) 93 more words

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This national museum houses objects from 5,000 years of local history. Artefacts from prehistory, Old Kingdom, Middle Kingdom, New Kingdom periods, Intermediate periods, and the Greco-Roman period. 58 more words

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Pyrgi is a medieval village on the island of Chios. It’s often called the Painted Village after the unique geometric designs, xystra, covering many buildings. 66 more words

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This gorgeous tile work is inside the Topkapi Palace, the residence and governing hub of the Ottoman Empire from the middle 15th century until the Empire’s demise in the early 19th century. 58 more words

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The lovely blue dome and minaret pictured belong to the Al Lawati Mosque in Muscat, the capital city of our mystery country. The mosque is a landmark in the Mutrah district of the city along the waterfront promenade or corniche. 27 more words

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The Argentinian Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara was a hero of our mystery country’s revolution, which claimed victory on January 1, 1959. In this picture, Che watches over Revolution Square from the Ministry of the Interior in the capital city. 85 more words

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The so-called Monastery is just one of the monuments to be seen at the most visited (and most famous) attraction in our mystery country, a fabulously wealthy Nabatean trading city, which flourished from about 200 BCE to 200 CE. 43 more words

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