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The Barbar Temples

The Barbar Temples

Bahrain, Bahrain

These Temples date back to the 2 nd and 3 rd millennia BC. They surround a holy well dedicated to Enki, the god of spring water. Digging has revealed that the temple remains today were built on two older temples and there is evidence of Sumerian influence. The buildings were made of stone and though now they are little more than a few rocks, they depict a gripping, if grisly, image of the temples ...

Mannerheim Museum

Mannerheim Museum

Helsinki, Finland

This museum used to be the dwelling of the military leader Carl Gustav Emil Mannerheim. Today it serves as a museum to display his personal belongings and other special artifacts that he acquired throughout his life and his long travels as a soldier. Admission costs 8 Euros. Opening Time: Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 4pm. Address: Kalliolinnantie 14                     ...

Swayambhunath

Swayambhunath

Kathmandu, Nepal

Located outside the ring road surrounding Kathmandu, this Buddhist temple is considered to be one of the definitive experiences of the city. Nicknames the ‘Monkey Temple’ given the mass of monkeys you’ll find, the compound is centred around a white stupa, topped by a spire with the painted eyes of Buddha. It is a great place to see the sun set over Kathmandu and the mystical atmosphere of ancient ...

The Vasa Museum

The Vasa Museum

Stockholm, Sweden

“The Vasa” is the 64 gun warship that sank in the Sweden harbor on her maiden voyage in 1628. It is perhaps the only 17th century ship that is in almost perfect shape after being salvaged. Interesting artifacts rescued from the ship are on display at the Vasa Maritime Museum. Don’t miss the film screening which shows how the ship was salvaged 300 years after she sank. It is the most visited museum...