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St. James Cathedral

St. James Cathedral

Toronto, Canada

This spectacular Gothic style cathedral has a rich history dating back to 1803. It has the tallest steeple in Canada and stunning stained glass windows. The High Altar Window, in particular, which resembles Da Vinci’s ‘the Last Supper’ is spectacular. The serenity of this place is very welcome in the bustling Downtown area where it is located. Free concerts are held here every Tuesday at 1 p.m. ...

Isdhoo

Isdhoo

Maldives, Maldives

This is the site where Buddhist remains from the Maldives' pre-Islamic past have been impressively excavated. Isdhoo or Isd? is one of the inhabited islands of Haddhunmathi Atoll, Laamu. Located on this island are important ruins from the historical Maldivian Buddhist era. These ruins include one of the largest stupas (a structure with Buddhist relics) found in Maldives to date. L?m?f?nu, which ar...

Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens

Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens

London, United Kingdom

What would become Hyde Park was purchased by Henry VIII in 1536 from Westminster Abbey (who had held the land since before the Norman Conquest).  It was initially used as a private hunting ground until James I opened it up to British nobility.  In 1637, Charles I opened it up to everybody, making it the first public park in London.  The most prominent feature is the Serpentine, a cu...

'Kiswa' (The Drape Of The Kaabah) Factory

'Kiswa' (The Drape Of The Kaabah) Factory

Makkah, Saudi Arabia

Located in Makkah, this is where the famous black silk cover of the Ka'aba is hand stitched with real gold thread. If your taxi fellow is a true local, he will know how to take you there. You can see how the cover is prepared. If you are lucky, they might even cut you out a piece of the cover to take home (find a worker from your part of the world there and convince him).  ...