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to Ait Benhaddou for 300 dirhams, however you can haggle (we managed to get to 220 after some serious effort), driver will wait couple of hours. Very picturesque place, lots of movies were shot there (Gladiator). 10 dirham to visit kasbahs. You don't need a guide, but locals will follow you pretending to help and at the end will ask for money. Careful not to get too wet from the river when crossing it, since there's been reports of Schistosomiasis contracted from the water. *Walk along the central square behind Muhammad V at night when everyone comes out. The kids go out to play football on the square, people go eat and socialize, and you'll get a feel for the community just walking around. * Go to '''Atlas Studios'''. It lies about ~ 4km from town center. Entrance ticket is 50 dirhams. Films such as Asterix & Obelix: Mission Cleopatra, Lawrence of Arabia, The Man Who Would Be King, Cleopatra, Kundun, Gladiator, The Living Daylights and Alexander, Kingdom of Heaven and Babel were shot there. Most of movie decorations are a bitt crumbled, but egyptan decorations is still impressive but in very poor condition, left to rotten unfortunately, a shame. *Plan an expedition out to '''M'Hamid'''. A night in the Sahara is unforgettable and can be the best part of your Moroccan adventure. Ourzazate is the last big town in the south where this is easy and cheap to do. There are lots of agencies around that can arrange a trek like this, though this is the more expensive way to do it. A cheaper way, if you don't mind worrying about a few details, is to rent a car, go out there yourself, and negotiate an overnight in the desert with a Merzougan auberge (most of them offer overnights in the desert). Renting a car and driving the way is relatively easy if you drive a stick. The roads out that way are very good and easy to navigate. The overnight in the Dunes should only cost about 300-400Dh. A grand taxi will also take you out that way and back for 150-200Dh. Everything out here is negotiable, so shop around for the best price. * Wikipedia:Ouarzazate Commons:Category:Ouarzazate

Irkutsk Oblast

electrification stations were built. The Irkutsk Regional museum was stamped with the names of famous Siberian researchers on its walls (1883), the building of the first public community, city theater (1897), Kazan' cathedral, made in new Byzantine style (1893), and the Roman Catholic cathedral (1895) completed an architectural style of the city. In 1908 a monument to Alexander III (Alexander III of Russia) was opened on a picturesque place of Angara embankment. The city was damaged and influenced

Vologda Oblast

— a small town on Suhona river with many museums in a picturesque place Other destinations * Darwin Nature Reserve * Russian North National Park ''(Russky Sever)'' Understand thumb 350px Spaso-Kamenny Monastery (File:Spaso-Kamenny Monastery 2013.jpg) Vologda Oblast is spread out, but offers some pretty magnificent sights for the visitor. Sights you won't want to miss include the capital city of Vologda, the Kirillo-Belozersky Monastery, Russian North National Park


are descendants of evil spirits (djinns) who were cast into this shape because they incurred the wrath of the great saint who visited the place about 1100 years ago. *'''World War II Cemetery:''' In this well-preserved cemetery at quiet and picturesque place lie buried over 700 soldiers from Commonwealth countries and Japan. The War Cemetery is located in a hillside sloping place, in the south-western corner of Chittagong Medical College Hospital, beside the Badshah Mia Road of the city



with a drink whilst watching the Sound and Light show. Music and culture * '''Sufi Dancing''' - The Al Tanura Troupe offers free performances every Saturday,Monday and Wednesday night at 8:30PM at the Al-Ghouri Mausoleum. This picturesque place is situated nearby the Khan el Khalili souk, on a narrow street between the Al Azhar and Al Ghouri mosques. *


of the Indus River. Thal canal traverses the city and makes the surroundings a picturesque place. Chundrigar was appointed Minister for Trade and Commerce in the first cabinet of independent Pakistan in 1947. He later served as ambassador to Afghanistan, governor of the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), governor of West Punjab, and Minister for Law. * '''Chemistry''' – Presented to Theodore Gray of Wolfram Research, in Champaign, Illinois, for gathering many elements of the periodic table, and assembling them into the form of a four-legged periodic table (Table (information)) table (Table (furniture)). * '''Economics''' – Presented to the executives, corporate directors, and auditors of Enron, Lernaut & Hauspie (Belgium), Adelphia (Adelphia Communications Corporation), Bank of Commerce and Credit International (Bank of Credit and Commerce International) (Pakistan), Cendant, CMS Energy, Duke Energy, Dynegy, Gazprom (Russia), Global Crossing, HIH Insurance (Australia), Informix, Kmart, Maxwell Communications (Maxwell Communications Corporation) (UK), McKessonHBOC (McKesson Corporation), Merrill Lynch, Merck (Merck & Co.), Peregrine Systems, Qwest Communications, Reliant Resources, Rent-Way (Rent-A-Center), Rite Aid, Sunbeam (Sunbeam Products), Tyco (Tyco International), Waste Management (Waste Management, Inc), WorldCom, Xerox, and Arthur Andersen, for adapting the mathematical concept of imaginary numbers for use in the business world. (All companies except for Arthur Andersen were forced to restate their financial reports due to false or incorrect accounting. Andersen was the accounting firm most identified with the scandals, having been indicted on criminal charges stemming from its actions as auditor of Enron. All companies are U.S.-based unless otherwise noted.) * '''Hygiene''' – Presented to Eduardo Segura, from Tarragona, Catalonia (Spain), for inventing a washing machine for cats and dogs, bearing the commercial name of Lavakan de Aste, Video of Lavakan product The tradition of Indian coinage was further enriched by the coming of Islam. The East India Company introduced uniform coinage in the 19th century, and these coins were later imitated by the modern nation states of Republic of India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh. Sutherland (2008) Numismatics plays a valuable role in determining certain period of Indian history. Indigenous coinage of India continued to be issued by the East India Company until 1858, and thereafter by the authorities of British India, but a need for uniform coinage led to the curtailing of coins minted by the princely states in favor of an imperial coinage system. The British started issuing uniform coinage throughout India from 1835, after a proposal put forward by James Princep. Princely states, however, continued to issue their own coinage in parallel, but in designs often similar to the British standards. The modern nation states of Republic of India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka issued their own coinage by 1948. Bangladesh soon followed on the 1 January 1972. Sardar Mir '''Balakh Sher Mazari''' is the Chieftain (Tumandar) and the Paramount Sardar of the Mazari tribe, which is situated on the tri-border area of Balochistan (Balochistan (Pakistan)), Sindh and Punjab (Punjab (Pakistan)) provinces of Pakistan. As the Chief of Mazaris he holds the title of Mir and also goes by the styles of Tumandar and Sardar. Mir Balakh Sher Mazari is the twenty second Sardar and the seventh Mir of Mazaris. He has one surviving brother Sherbaz Khan Mazari who has played a prominent role in Pakistan politics.His grandson Mir Dost Mohammed mazari is a Pakistan peaples party parliamentarian MNA from Na 175 Rajanpur. He is also a parliamentary secretary for water and power. Commons:Category:Pakistan WikiPedia:Pakistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Pakistan


the nation's Centennial celebration). Wisshickon Valley is just that, with many hiking trails, the Valley Green Inn (a picturesque place to eat), and a walking biking, horseback riding trail known as the Forbidden Drive. * File:LOVE Park


Malai (Thiri koodal in Tamil means the convergence of three mountains) - a picturesque place. Patil was born in 1935 in the village of Chakur in the Latur district (Marathwada region) of the then princely state of Hyderabad (Hyderabad State), now Maharashtra, India. He attended Osmania University, Hyderabad (Hyderabad, India), earning a degree in Science and studied Law at Bombay University (University of Mumbai). During 1967–69, he was involved in local government (Latur Municipality). Early life John Grayburn was born on 30 January 1918 on Manora Island, India, the son of Lionel and Gertrude Grayburn. Commons:Category:India Wikipedia:India Dmoz:Regional Asia India


in a picturesque place not yet spoilt by tourism. Gauguin first worked in Pont-Aven in 1886. When he returned in 1888, the situation had changed: Pont-Aven was already crowded, and Gauguin looked for an alternative place to work which he found, in 1889, in Le Pouldu (today part of the community of Clohars-Carnoët), some miles off to the East at the mouth of the river Laïta, traditionally the border of the Morbihan département. There, Gauguin, accompanied by Meijer de Haan

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