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    Chakoti Conflunce of Jehlum

    Chakoti Conflunce of Jehlum in Azad Kashmir is a city located in Pakistan about 55 mi (or 89 km) north-east of Islamabad, the country's capital town. Chokothi, 8 Kms ahead of Chinari, is a border village. Only domestic tourists can visit this area. There are  9 airports closer to Chakothi, of which two are larger airports. The closest airport in Pakistan is Rawalakot Airport in a distance of 19 mi (or 31 km), South. Besides the airports, there are other travel options available There are two Unesco world heritage sites nearby. The closest heritage site in Pakistan is Taxila in a distance of 62 mi (or 99 km), South-West. Since you are here already, you might want to pay a visit to some of the following locations: Hattian Bala, Bagh, Rawlakot, Athmuqam and Muzaffarabad.

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    360 mall

    360 MALL is a truly unique shopping destination developed at the intersection of the King Faisal Highway and the 6th Ring Road. Strategically located in a busy and rapidly growing residential area, the retail and entertainment development provides a valuable addition to the local community as well as visitors from further afield. The circular design of the mall creates a shopping area of over 82,000 sqm, with its superb architecture that has been inspired by a modern day interpretation of the tradition of navigating by the stars and by the region’s class Arabic architectural features the Mall provides the most engaging shopping and leisure experiences in Kuwait

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    Abbottabad Chairlift

    This is first phase of chairlift.... start from Township ( Nawansher) to Mera Rehmat Khan.  In second phase you 'll enjoy cable car from Mera Rehmat Khan to Patti Forest and Thandiani

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    Abdullah Bin Zid Almahmud Cultural And Islamic Center

    Abdulla Bin Zaid Al Mahmoud Islamic Cultural Center (commonly known simply as Bin Zaid, also known previously as Fanar or Qatar Islamic Culture Center and Spiral Mosque) is a cultural organization in Doha, the capital of Qatar. It is located close to Doha Corniche and is a prominent landmark in the city. The center's most distinguished feature is its mosque which has a unique minaret design. Prior to 2009, Fanar's mosque was the largest in the country. It has since been over taken in this category by Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque, however, it remains the tallest mosque in Qatar. The mosque was named after the famous Qatari Islamic scholar and the founder of the Qatari judicial system Sheikh Abdulla bin Zaid Al-Mahmoud. The name was given by the Emir of Qatar to commemorate the memory of his achievements during his tenure as the supreme judge of Qatar.

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    Absheron National Park

    Absheron National Park (Azerbaijani: Abşeron Milli Parkı) — is a national park of Azerbaijan in the Caspian Hyrcanian mixed forests' ecoregion. It was established on the 8th of February 2005, by Order 622 of the President of Azerbaijan, Ilham Aliyev, on an area of 783 hectares (7.83 km2) in the administrative territory of the District of Azizbeyov in the City of Baku, on the base of Absheron State Nature Preserve. The Absheron State Nature Preserve was created in July 1969 in order to protect gazelles, Caspian seals and water birds that inhabit the territory. The climate of the area is semi-arid, specific to semi-desert and dry steppe. Types and phytomass of flora is poor here, plants are changed respective of water and saltiness regime of area. Sea coastal sand plants (42,6%), meadows with jigilgamish and paz grass (13,2 %), one-year saline grasses (5,2 %) etc. are spread. Ephemeras also develop well in early spring.

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    Abyaneh Castle

    If you come to the red village Abyaneh belonging among the oldest in Iran, definitely go to see the local fort Palahamooneh lying on the other side of the valley. More than the building itself will enchant you the amazing panoramic view from here. You will have at your fingertips not only the entire Abyaneh, but also surrounding ridges. The best time to visit is in the morning, when you will have sun at your back.

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    Ad Diriyah

    Diriyah, formerly romanized as Dereyeh, and Dariyya, is a town in Saudi Arabia located on the north-western outskirts of the Saudi capital, Riyadh. Diriyah was the original home of the Saudi royal family, and served as the capital of the Emirate of Diriyah under the first Saudi dynasty from 1744 to 1818. Today, the town is the seat of the Diriyah Governorate, which also includes the villages of Uyayna, Jubayla, and Al-Ammariyyah, among others, and is part of Ar Riyad Province.The Turaif district, the first capital of Saudis, in Diriyah was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2010.

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    Adhari Park

    Adhari Park is an amusement park in the Kingdom of Bahrain based around the historic freshwater spring known as Ain Adari (Arabic: عين عذاري‎) which is located around the Zinj area. In 2003, the site was remodeled and it became a major tourist attraction. In 2006, it was remodeled at a cost of over $23,000,000 US dollars. In 2007, the park is projected to receive over a million visitors.It had opened to the public in 2008 and covers an area of 165,000 square meters. It has 8 outdoor and indoor rides for people of all ages, a Family Entertainment Centre, 10 food outlets at the Food Court, dine in restaurant, and coffee shops.. It has 1200 parking spaces.

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    Agha Bozorg Mosque

    Lovely mosque and theological college, easy to visit with very simple architecture contrasting with some of the showier stuff you see in other parts of the world.It has a courtyard in from and behind the mosque. There is also an underground level, where the praying ceremony probably used to take place. I believe that this mosque with its quite robust and harmonious design is a must-go when you are in Kashan. It is just on the way to the historical houses. Agha Bozorg Mosque is the historical mosque which was built in the late 18th century. It is famous for its symmetric pattern and attractive appearance. The beautiful dome is flanked by amazing minarets adorned with colorful tiles arranged in some geometric shapes. Its central courtyard and pool in the middle are a good example of Persian architecture.

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    Ajman China Mall

    The Ajman China Mall does not end there. There will be a wholesale component as well for which the Gulf Chinese Trading Corp. is in advanced negotiations with the Chinese provinces of Guangzhou and Shenzhen. The intention is to host furniture companies from these provinces in the five halls set aside for the wholesale trade. "If all goes according to plan, these will be permanent exhibition centres for the Chinese companies looking to secure more markets in the Middle East and Northern Africa," said Dahnous. "In the Gulf itself, there's a lot of demand that can be met in Kuwait and Qatar, with the latter especially having shortages of construction materials." At an average Dh30,000 a year in rentals, Dahnous believes this will prove a decisive influence in attracting tenants. "The services that we offer are not limited to offering physical space; they can come to us for everything related to the issuing of licences, visas and residency permits," he added. "We have the full backing of the emirate in this enterprise and we are passing that advantage on to our tenants." Some of the retailers who were setting up their shops agreed. "The rentals are just right for a business new to this market and most of us are," said one, who declined to be identified. "What we pay as rent will have a telling impact on our profit margins, which is why getting in low is of such a benefit for our future operations here." The China Mall may well be Ajman's largest development of the year. Upfront investments on developing the location have crossed Dh300 million, and once it reaches full potential would stock goods valued at more than Dh2 billion.

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    Ajman Dhow Yard

    Wooden dhows have sailed the Arabian Gulf for centuries, and Ajman’s Dhow Yard has always been an important hub of construction. Historically, wooden dhows played a vital role in fishing, pearling and trading across the region. Ajman’s Dhow Yard remains one of the world's largest dhow-building centers. You’ll find the Dhow Yard on the north side of Ajman Creek, near Al Boom Marine. Here, you can watch master craftsmen at work, using tools and techniques that have been handed down from generation to generation. The yard also makes fiberglass dhows, powered by diesel engines, for racing events across the country.

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    Ajman Fish Market

    Fishing is deeply rooted in local culture, and a visit to the bustling Ajman Fish Market offers a tasty insight into everyday Emirati life. With a huge array of fresh fish and seafood for sale, Ajman’s bustling Fish Market is popular with visitors and locals alike. Haggling with the friendly fishmongers is expected, and you can get your fish filleted, spiced and grilled on the spot at one of the simple stalls.

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