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Museu da Marioneta (Puppet Museum)

Museu da Marioneta (Puppet Museum)

Lisbon, Portugal

This magical museum is housed in the 17th century Convento das Bernadas and showcase all sorts of puppets the world over. There are familiar favourites like Punch and Petrushka but there are also Vietnamese water puppets, Sicilian opera marionettes and Burmese shadow puppets. The museum also offers workshops where children can try their hand at puppetry. Address: Rua da Esperanca 146 Tel: +21...

Walter Sisulu National Botanical Gardens

Walter Sisulu National Botanical Gardens

Johannesburg, South Africa

The National Botanical Gardens near the magnificent Witpoortjie waterfall is truly a sight to behold. Covering almost 750 acres, it is composed of both landscaped and natural savannah areas, while the natural vegetation is a mix of grassland and savannah with over 600 naturally occurring plant species. The Cafe Clivia is situated under two beautiful ocotea bullata trees in the center of the garde...

Bockenheim Watch Tower

Bockenheim Watch Tower

Frankfurt, Germany

Standing in stark contrast to the modern post-war city is this watch tower, one of the last few remains of the fortified city that existed for many centuries in place of Frankfurt. This 54m circular tower was built in 1434-1435 and used to watch over the city in times of war. Now it gives visitors an up close view of a tower that looks like it could have come straight out of a fairytale. Once a we...

National Museum

National Museum

Kuwait, Kuwait

The National Museum is Kuwait’s first museum, and was the former home of the Al Badr family in Kuwait City. Although the architectural plans were ready by 1960, construction began only in 1981. The museum was once a treasure trove for the royal family, displaying Islamic artifacts and royal material, however after the invasion a lot of it was destroyed. It is located on the Arabian Gulf Street bet...