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Roman Baths

Roman Baths

Beirut, Lebanon

The Roman Baths were lost to the city for several years and were discovered in 1968-69. It wasn’t until the 1995-97 period of reconstruction that they were fully discovered. Situated behind Bank Street, the site is surrounded by a garden which attempts to recreate the atmosphere of ancient Roman gardens. In addition, there is a small amphitheater for open-air concerts. Rue Riad El Solh, Beirut...

Saigon Square

Saigon Square

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

This is a popular spot for both tourists and the younger crowd, where Russian Market stores can be found selling cheap watches, T-shirts, DVDs, clothes, slippers and the like. Location: Corner of Hai Ba Trung and Nguyen Du, District 1                     ...

Palacio da Assembleia da Republica (Assembly of the Republic)

Palacio da Assembleia da Republica (Assembly of the Republic)

Lisbon, Portugal

Almost a temple, with its columns and statues symbolising justice and fortitude, this is where Portuguese parliament convene. While you can’t go in, it’s worth just to see the outside decor. Address: Rua de Sao Bento Opening Times: closed to the public ...

Rasthrapati Bhavan

Rasthrapati Bhavan

New Delhi, India

Known as “King’s Way,” Rajpath is the most important road in India because it is littered with governmental buildings including the parliament house of India. The road runs from Rashtrapati Bhavan to the National Stadium and has a lovely floral view with several lawns, trees, and ponds found along the sides. However, the most delight full of views is the sight of Rashtrapat...