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Azraq is a small town located in central-eastern Jordan about 100Km east of Amman. The town is popular for two things, the Shaheed Mwaffaq Air Base and the Qasr Azraq or the castle. The town is located in the centre of the Azraq Oasis. The town is also known for being the site of Jordan's seven protected nature reserve areas the Azraq Wetlands Reserve.
Located close to the town of Trinidad in Cuba is the Valle de Los Ingenios or the Valley of Sugar Mills. A World Heritage Site, the Valle de Los Ingenios can closely be compared to a natural history museum. The area conserves ruins of over 12 sugar mills from the 19th century. The Valle de Los Ingenios is one of the most important sugar producing regions of Cuba.
A Muslim travellers guide to Mosque and Halal Restaurants in Manila, Philippines.
Manila is a metropolitan city with lots to see and do. If you are planning to visit Manila, here is a guide to halal restaurants, food and mosques in Manila.
The capital of the Cuban province of Matanzas, the city of Matanzas is popular for its folklore, culture and poetry. Placed on the northern shores of Cuba at the Bay of Matanzas, the city is also named as the “City of Bridges”, “Athens of Cuba” and also as “Venice of Cuba”. Boasting of beautiful colonial buildings and spectacular bridges built across three rivers passing through the city; Matanzas offers a number of sights worth visiting.
Known as the cultural centre of Cuba, the Santiago de Cuba is the second largest city of the country and a beautiful city to spend some time at. Historically as well as culturally, Santiago de Cuba holds a lot of importance in Cuba. Surrounded by beautiful mountains that connect the Sierra Maestra to the sea, Santiago offers splendid scenes and several places of interest for travellers to visit.
Situated near the marina Cayo Largo is the Cayo Largo Turtle Farm. This turtle farm aims at conserving and protecting turtles. As a part of their program, they collect turtle eggs from beaches all around the island and get them back to the farm for hatching.
After the eggs have hatched, baby turtles are returned to the wild at safer beaches. The farm raises different species of turtles including Loggerheads, Green Turtles, and Hawksbill Turtles.
There are no Mosque (masjid) or Halal restaurants around Cayo Largo.
Cayo Largo can be reached by air. A number of flights connect the main cities of Cuba to the island.
The lush green Vinales Valley in Cuba is the jewel of Pinar del Rio. Surrounded by mountains and featuring beautiful landscapes, the Vinales Valley is among the prime natural attractions of Cuba. The Vinales Valley is also home to the ParqueNacionalVinales, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Vinales Valley is easily accessible from Havana by bus and can be reached in about three hours.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the town of Trinidad houses the historic heritage of Cuba. The town is full of historic villas and beautiful white buildings. Walk around the wonderful cobbled stone streets and get a peek into the history of the country. There are numerous guided walking tours available in the town.
The Keila Waterfall or the KeilaJuga waterfall as addressed locally is a beautiful waterfall on the Keila River located in Northern Estonia. The waterfall is about 60-70 meters wide and falls from a height of 6 meters. The KeilaJuga Waterfall can easily be reached from Tallinn. It is about 25Km south-west from Talinn.
Considered as one of the most captivating cities of Europe, Tallinn is the capital of Estonia. Featuring a history of over 800 years, the city is dotted with historical sections across its length and breadth. Without doubt, the Old Town of the city is a primary attraction of Tallinn. Located on the southern coast of the Gulf of Finland, Tallinn offers everything that will impress the visitors.
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