Blog Posts - Old City



A masked Palestinian rests inside Al-Aqsa mosque during clashes

A masked Palestinian rests inside Al-Aqsa mosque during clashes with Israeli police during the holy month of Ramazan on the compound known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as Temple Mount in Jerusalem’s Old City. ...
by Tears of Gaza on Jul 19, 2016

Peshawar: The Oldest Living City in Asia

Near the Khyber Pass in Pakistan is one of the oldest of the cities in the continent, not least because within its bounds is the fabled ancient city of Gorkhatri, which was said to be the pilgrimage site where many Hindus came to shave their heads. R...
by Cush Travel on Jun 15, 2016

3 Must See Temples in Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is a peaceful escape from the frantic bustle of its southern rival capital Bangkok. Rich in history, fabulous food and traditional culture, this ever growing city is still firmly authentic despite attracting visitors from around...
by Eppie on May 19, 2016

Haunted Witch Grave - Tallahassee, Florida

The Old City Cemetery in Tallahassee, Florida is a very historic place and it features something very unique:  A mysterious witch grave. Here is a 12 feet tall obelisk of Bessie, a witch who died when she was just 23 years old. This happened mor...

Palestinian throw stones towards Israeli security forces in Al-Bireh

Palestinian demonstrators take cover as they throw stones towards Israeli security forces from behind burning tires during clashes in the West Bank town of Al-Bireh, on the northern outskirts of Ramallah.
by Tears of Gaza on Oct 23, 2015

India's IT plans suffer from power cuts, congestion – and monkeys

VARANASI, India - As India launches an $18-billion plan to spread the information revolution to its provinces, the problems it faces are a holdover from the past - electricity shortages, badly planned, jam-packed cities, and monkeys. The clash betwee...
by Tech Pinoy on Apr 3, 2015

Snow covers the Dome of the Rock

Snow covers the Dome of the Rock in the compound known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as Temple Mount, in Jerusalem's Old City, as seen from the Mount of Olives. Over 20 cm of snow covered Jerusalem and mountainous areas of Israel during a...
by Tears of Gaza on Feb 21, 2015

Jerusalem’s Old City: Dome of the Rock

Our time in Jerusalem's Old City exploring the stunning Dome of the Rock and shopping in the Old City's souqs.The post Jerusalem’s Old City: Dome of the Rock appeared first on The Traveling Scholar.
by The Traveling Scholar on Nov 18, 2014

Cheap Hotels Jerusalem

There are only a few urban places in the world that inspire such passion and devotion as the historic city of Jerusalem. This city is considered to be the cradle of at least three major religions,... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websi...
by Travel on Aug 10, 2014

The Old City in Bucharest!

A new and fun place…         The hot weather is finally here and you can go out to have a cold,refreshing drink. Where you ask? The Old City of course. Bucharest was once known as Little Paris but then during communism we became one of the most...
by calatoria perfecta on Jul 30, 2014

Bonalu Celebrations In Old City

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by Hyderabad on Jul 22, 2014

Bucharest Sketches.

Anglican Church: Ion Voicu Park: The Coltea Hospital: The Old City Police: The Romanian Athenaeum: University of Bucharest: Walking around the Old City: Filed under: Photos / Quotes Tagged: Anglican Church, bucharest, buchrest sketches.black white, O...
by Simple.Interesting on May 27, 2014

Maxi Dress in Old Sandy City

This post was in Old Sandy City, where not a lot of businesses run, but some do, but they are all olden day time houses and businesses which is pretty cool! Today is a black and white and fun styled photo's, my photographer and I are going to explore...
by Love, Iris on Apr 10, 2014

Hangout at the OK Coro

"Outstanding universal value"! These are the words that summarize the sites around the world inscribed into list created by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, better known as UNESCO. This world heritage list ,m...
by Joe's Trippin' on Mar 23, 2014

Old City of Jerusalem, a Harmony of Religions

The historic and religious city of Jerusalem is packed with highly engaging sites and landmarks that never cease to attract visitors, pilgrims, students, experts, and scholars from all over the world regardless of religion or race. If you’re visiti...
by Cush Travel on Mar 9, 2014

Remembering Syria and Syrians – The Sculptor Mustafa Ali

This is the fourth installment of a series reflecting on the Syria we knew and the Syrians we befriended in the years we travelled to the country before the Civil War. Parts one and two were on the Storyteller Abu Shady and Jazz Duo Rasha Rizk and Gh...
by grantourismo on Feb 16, 2014

Numaish in Hyderabad

desi Traveler desi Traveler - Family Travel Blog India- Nature- Photography  Numaish: A Hyderabadi Tradition Well let us go to another Hyderabad tradition i.e. the Numaish or the annual Exhibition is called. Numaish Masnuaat-e-Mulki is an Urdu w...
by Desi Traveler on Feb 7, 2014

Numaish in Hyderabad

desi Traveler desi Traveler - Family Travel Blog India- Nature- Photography  Numaish: A Hyderabadi Tradition Well let us go to another Hyderabad tradition i.e. the Numaish or the annual Exhibition is called. Numaish Masnuaat-e-Mulki is an Urdu w...
by Desi Traveler on Feb 7, 2014

Rooftops in Perugia – Weekly Travel Photo

Tile rooftops, winding streets built upon the collapsed ruins of ancient city walls, aqueducts, and fortifications all combined with the hustle and bustle of a vibrant Italian city.  The streets of Perugia are the embodiment of everything that comes...
by VirtualWayfarer on Jan 26, 2014

Offering Prayers at Mecca Masjid Hyderabad

desi Traveler desi Traveler - Family Travel Blog from India. Nature PhotographyA Visit to the Holy Mecca Masjid: Clicking Pictures and offering Prayers I have been to Charminar and its surrounding  lanes many a time to click pictures, soak in the...
by Desi Traveler on Dec 29, 2013


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