Another travel post for you guys... Xi’an (ancient name Chang’an) is a city in the heart of China, and it was also the capital of China until the capital was moved to Beijing by a Ming Dynasty Emperor. There are many sights to see here, from ancient buildings to shopping centers, etc. I visited the Terra-cotta Soldiers, one of the world’s most famous tourist attractions. I also went to some parks and temples. The Terra-cotta Soldiers were built by the first emperor of China, Qin-Shi-Huang. His grave in behind the soldiers and it hasn’t been opened because archaeologists fear that the tomb and the mercury river inside it will be damaged. (Qin-Shi-Huang’s coffin is on a mercury river). Second photo: Pit 1
Third photo: Pit 2
Fourth photo: Pit 3
Fifth photo: Pit 4
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Northern Tourism, Nigeria: "The Legendary Kusugu Well" in Ancient Daura Kingdom, Katsina State.
The Kusugu well is where a giant snake🐍 called Sarki which only allowed the people of Daura to draw water from the well once a week was killed with a sword 🔪 by Bayajida (a prince of Baghdad)🐴 in the tenth century who eventually married the Queen Magariya Daurama a.k.a The Last Kabara of Daura who is also known as the👑 Queen God Mother of the Hausa Empire States (i.e. the 7 Hausa states popularly know as The Hausa Bakwai).
The Kusugu Well is a Huge history for the Hausa Tribe of Nigeria, West Africa.
Today we take a look at the Magnificent Seven. No, it's not a movie.
The name was given to the group of 7 distinct colonial style buildings constructed in Trinidad and Tobago during the Spanish and British rule back in the 17th and 18th centuries.
It is located from the corner of Hayes Street along the Queens Park Savanah (west and ends at the corner of Serpentine Rd in the capital Port of Spain.
We first take a look at Queens Royal College.
The building is the home to one of the top colleges in Trinidad and Tobago, locally known as QRC, which was open in 1904.
One of the most striking of the magnificent seven was fully restored in 2009 and features a clock tower with a clock that chimes.
#DGNNews Minister for Tourism, Catherine Afeku, has expressed worry about revenue collection and management at the various tourist sites in the country, and is working on new systems for collection such as supervising the deployment of an automated payment system at Wli to maximise revenue mobilization. #tourism#touristsites#catherineafeku#dailyguide#dgn
Still celebrating our Muslim brothers and sisters with this week's ABC Tuesday feature!
The Larabanga mosque, the oldest mosque in Ghana is located in Larabanga in the Northern region of the country. Commonly considered the Mecca of Africa, it was built in Sudanese Architectural style and has an old Quran, believed by the locals to have been given as a gift from heaven in 1650 to Yidan Barimah Bramah, the Imam at the time, as a result of his prayers.
Sinarline is a famous notebook brand in Addis Ababa and other regions of Ethiopia. The book cover used to have photos of tulips,famous soccer players, and tourist sites from all the over the world. I remember owning a Sinarline notebook that had a photo of London bridge when I was in grade 3 or 4. It was a "I remember seeing you somewhere moment." Haha