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La Corniche

Casablanca, Morocco

The Corniche is the perfect place to unwind after a day of touring the city.  It stretches from Hassan II Mosque on a crescent to the El Hank Lighthouse. You can take a leisurely stroll and enjoy uninterrupted sweep of beaches or just sit at a restaurant and spend your time relaxing and people watching. Many fast food chains also have an outlet here. This area is also preferred by those looking fo...

Fisherman’s Bastion

Budapest, Hungary

The Fisherman’s Bastion is a medieval looking stronghold that offers impressive views of the city, fitting as it was built as a viewing platform in 1905. The name comes from a medieval guild of fishermen who were responsible for defending that part of the wall. The seven white turrets represent the Magyar tribes that first entered the Carpathian Basin in the late 9th century. In front of the basti...

M A Jinnah Road

Karachi, Pakistan

This is the most important road running through the city. Originally known as ‘Bander Road’ (meaning Port Road), it is the central road which connects all major parts of the city, and the road around which the city of Karachi gradually emerged. It starts at the seaport of Karachi, at Kemari and leading through the city ends at the Super Highway which connects Karachi to the neighboring city of Hyd...

Asan Tole

Kathmandu, Nepal

The busiest square in the city, from dawn to dusk it is crammed with vendors selling spices and vegetables from all over the country. It is fitting then that Annapurna Temple is dedicated to the goddess of abundance, represented by a purana bowl of grain. On Sundays and other days of the week, you’ll see locals walk around the shrine, touch a coin to their heads, throw it into the temple then ring...

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