power plant behind the Leaning Tower, and a small house on Revolyutsii Square. The latter also has a small, though free, outdoor exhibition of local products. The cornerstone of this collection consists of dried herbs native to the area as well as stuffed animals, but also includes some more interesting regional specialties such as Nevyansk icons, artifacts from the peat bog of Shigir, and iron castings from Casli. Since similar (and more interesting) items are on display in Ekaterinburg
consists of an exhibition of brand-new icons produced by the workshop. Even though the most valuable masterpieces were taken to Ekaterinburg long ago (never to be returned), the museum is well worth seeing for its spiritual ambience and enthusiastic staff. *
products, varying from construction elements of the Leaning Tower and fancy cast-iron tools to large-scale machines and ammunition. The factory itself is a jumble of abandoned buildings, including some 19th-century workshops. It also harbors another bizarre monument to Peter the Great and Nikita Demidov, who is now portrayed as a noble. The museum does exist, but neither the schedule nor access information
set of the green hills. The lake 3 km north of town is named in honor of Prince Supanouvong the first president of the Lao PDR. Once the site of the provincial jail, it is now a place for a quick retreat. Handicraft and shopping Typical local products from Phonsavan and the surrounding area include natural dyes and textiles decorated with patterns unique to each ethnic group, mulberry paper umbrellas, spoons made from war scrap and Hmong embroidery. In the villages
as some international workers and missionaries from Korea and Western countries. Typical local products are natural dyes and textiles, each with an individual pattern depending on the ethnic group, basketry, mulberry paper umbrellas, spoons made from war scrap or embroidery. For general information visit the '''Provincial Tourism Department''' near the market, Thalat Nam Ngum, on the road to the airport. email@example.com. Get in Phonsavan's '''Xiang Khouang Airport''' ( ) has
, to use a metal detector and recognize ordnance. Their village assisted clearance approach allows communities to participate in the process. The UXO survivors Information Centre was opened by the World Education organisation. The centre has a gift shop with products made by UXO survivors. Buy Typical local products from Phonsavan and the surrounding area are naturally dyed textiles, each with a pattern exclusive to the maker's ethnic group, '''basketry''', '''mulberry paper umbrellas''' from
view to the rapids. Local products from Meän Baakeri-bakery. A great restaurant and a café. In the summer time you can participate in long-handle net fishing and river rafting. *
, in the Hulkoff manor (Hulkoffgården). The name translates to "The shop on the countryside" * *
, sesame seed, melons, cucumbers, squash, peanuts and flowers. Livestock includes cattle, pigs and goats. The Union of Indigenous Communities of the Isthmus Region, a cooperative founded in 1982, assists in production and distribution of the local products, notably coffee, under a fair trade label.
is the '''Parroquia de San Vicente Ferrer''' (Parish of San Vicente Ferrer) which dates from the 17th century. To the west of the Palacio is a large market where local products can be seen and a local variant of the Zapotec (Zapotec language) language can be heard.
email address lat long directions phone fax hours price content A festival held at Heuan Hin ("Stone House") in the middle of March, another important sacred place, dating back to Khmer Empire. This annual festival is organised to respect ancestors. As part of the ceremony, Buddhist monks make offerings to the persons that built the Stone House. Visitors enjoy shopping of local products. At night there is a traditional dance called ''lamvong'', where men
name Savanxay Market alt url email address lat long directions Near the bus station phone fax hours Daily, 06:00-17:00 checkin checkout price content The main market of Savannakhet City, also known as ''Singapore Market'' as it was started by an investor from Singapore. There is a wide variety of goods on sale, including local products as well as imported Thai and Vietnamese foods, along with a wide selection of souvenirs and a huge gold jewellery section
http: www.facebook.com pages Inhambane-Mozambique Terra-Mae 135448586489291?ref ts email address Inhambane city lat long directions Bairro do aeroporto - Way of Tofo phone 00258 826202161 tollfree fax hours 12h - 22h price content Italian Restaurant-School More than a ambition to be a good restaurant, this project is also a laboratory for the development and upward of the local products as well as the training of Restaurant Technician. The project benefits 23 youths
Ron's Pizza. Shopping at Andalas is a little bit better, but at this point in time, the malls are more downscale, mainly local products and local shops. No big retailers here. Brand names aren't really easy to find. You could find a few surfing items at Andalas plaza - but that's about it. There is a Gramedia across the road from Andalas Plaza also. *
A beach scene from kasab.JPG hours price Free content A pleasant beach popular with locals, with picnic and toilet facilities. Buy thumb LuLu Market seen from Khasab Castle (File:LuLu Market Khasab.JPG) There are quite a few options of different supermarkets full with normal groceries, bottled water etc. LuLu Market is by far the biggest and offers the biggest variety, but small supermarkets have local products and niche products. *
architecture Gothic style iron benches created by Alejandro Rangel Hidalgo. Just off the square on two opposing sides, there are arcades which contain businesses. These businesses sell local products and restaurants serves local cuisine. This includes a dish called tatemado, which is pork in a thick sauce made with guajillo chili peppers, as well as pozole and white menudo (soup
for collection of local products to the imperial court during the Qing Dynasty. In 1682 - when, according to Ferdinand Verbiest, Wulajie (Ula) was "the most illustrious city of the whole province" - the Kangxi Emperor himself visited the place to enjoy sturgeon (Amur sturgeon) fishing.