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Kish Island

of it. *'''Underground Town of Cariz''': Is more than 2,500 years old, and has been converted into an underground town 16 meters below the surface, and with an area of more than 10,000 square miles. The entrance fee is $5 USD. *'''The Ancient Town of Harireh''': The ruins display mortar masses and stone - made buildings in an area of some 3 by 1 kilometre long. The structures were built of sandstone, with some plaster on the walls. Some were originally a number of storeys in height. The age of Harireh town is estimated to be 800 years illustrating the past flourishing economy of Kish island. It is also thought the town has previously been destroyed by a powerful earthquake. Entry is free. *'''Marjon Beach Park''':Entry is free for all. Do The beaches Snorkeling on the beaches of Kish Island is said to be amongst the best in the world, while the scuba-diving offers an even more spectacular insight of life beneath the waters. A variety of other water sports are also available: jet-skiing, sailing, fishing, parasailing, reef walking, coral viewing, boating and water-skiing are some of the popular ways to enjoy yourself when visiting the Island. A variety of other water sports are also available. The Kish coastline is one of the least dangerous coasts in the world. Kish has gorgeous white sandy beaches for relaxing walks. Women-only beaches are available for the female tourists to the Island. Women do not have access to most beaches, or to the prime snorkeling areas. There used to be an "international beach" where male and female foreign tourists could swim together, but it has been closed by the government. Contrary to the above information regarding the '''Greek Ship''', there is no restaurant on board what remains of the historic ship. Still, this is a beautiful island - and you could bring food with you and enjoy the site while sitting at a shaded table nearby. Buy Wikipedia:Kish Island Commons:Category:Kish Island


Crawley

allowing one sector or firm to dominate. It did not seek to attract companies by offering financial or other incentives; instead, it set out to create the ideal conditions for industrial development to arise naturally, by providing large plots of land with room for expansion, allowing firms to build their own premises or rent ready-made buildings, and constructing a wide range of building types and sizes.


Ljubljana

#History Butchers' Bridge connected the walled areas with wood-made buildings. Seven fires erupted in the city during the Middle Ages.


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