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Underground City

Underground City

Montreal, Canada

The Underground City is a unique complex of shopping malls, restaurants, cinemas, boutiques, and offices underneath Downtown Montreal.  It was the brainchild of urbanist Vincent Ponte.  The first section was built in 1962 beneath new skyscraper construction on the site of an old railyard.  The subterranean network has been expanding ever since, most recently in 2003 with the develop...

Umm Qais

Umm Qais

Amman, Jordan

During Roman times, Umm Qais was known as Gadara.  It was a city of the Decapolis, a loose confederation of cities in the Roman province of Syria.  Other members included Philadelphia (Amman), Gerash, and Damascus.  Gadara thrived under the Romans, but quickly declined after their empire fell.  It was a small village when Islam arrived in the seventh century, and abandoned soon...

Queensland Art Gallery (QAG) - Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA)

Queensland Art Gallery (QAG) - Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA)

Brisbane, Australia

These two institutions are located 150m apart from each other. QAG houses a great permanent collection of mostly local and European art. The first floor is dedicated to Australian artists so you can see some masterworks from famous artists such as Sir Sydney Nolan, Arthur Boyd and William Dobell. GoMA is dedicated to more contemporary Australian and Pacific art including Indigenous artists. ...

Male National Museum

Male National Museum

Maldives, Maldives

The National Museum was inaugurated on 19th November 1952 by then Prime Minister Ameer Mohamed Amin Didi. It houses various national artefacts including prehistoric armour, weapons, manuscripts and more. There is also a display of jewellery and clothes worn by past kings and queens, and other priceless items belonging to Sultans.  There are also displays of old photographs, anthropological objects...