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The largest subtropical wilderness in the United States, the Everglades National Park is home to endangered species and has also been designated as a World Heritage Site. The park was designed to protect a delicate ecosystem rather than protecting a geographic feature and was established in 1947.

Vast deserts, stunning beaches and breathtaking mountain peaks can all be found in Oman.

Oman is officially called as the Sultanate of Oman and is located on the southeast coast of the Arabian Peninsula. The area of Oman has been inhabited since the Stone Age, about 5,000 years ago.

The city of Newcastle in Northern England is a lively and vibrant place to visit. Voted as the best short break destination in UK, Newcastle is filled with dynamic attractions and fun activities to do. Visitors will definitely enjoy a walk along the Quayside waterfront, which is lined with stylish restaurants and public art.

A city with resplendent glory, Durham is also called the "cathedral city". Located in North East England in the county Durham, the city is quite hilly and very scenic. The River Wear flows through the northern part of the city enclosing the city center on three sides and forming a peninsula.

A mystical country, Mali is full of cultural sites to woo travelers

In 1352 Ibn Battuta set out with a caravan to visit Marrakech, Sala and Sijilmasa before he visited Mali. Traveling for 25 days after leaving Sijilmasa, Ibn Battuta reached Taghaza from where he crossed the dangerous stretch of the Sahara Desert to reach the capital city of Mali. He stayed there for over eight months.

A popular cultural center, Malaga blends history with a modern lifestyle

A wonderful city located in Costa del Sol, Malaga is located in southern Spain. The city is flanked by mountains at the southern end and two rivers also flow close to the city. Malaga is popular for its history and is also the birthplace of the well-known painter Picasso. The city has of late become a popular cultural center of Europe and blends history well with modern lifestyle.

Those who wish to take a break from the busy city life of Dubai can head towards the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve. Located about 45 Km from the city center of Dubai the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve is the first national park of UAE. The land has been dedicated to preserve desert fauna and flora indigenous to the area.

Islam began to spread its wings in China in 651 AD during the reign of Tang Emperor Gaozong. Over the centuries Islam has developed vastly in China and this has resulted in many Masaajid and sites that interest a Muslim traveler to the country. As of now there are more than ten minorities all over China that follow Islam and prefer to lead their own lifestyle and dining habits. Finding Halal food and Masaajid is not very difficult.

A magnificent place to visit, Gao is a historic city established in the 7th century

The city was in its full bloom in the 15th and 16th century when it was the hub for the Songhai Empire. It is among one of the most attractive cities in Mali and journeying into the desert is one of the main highlights of visiting the city.

A lively city, Bamako is located on the banks of the Niger River.

Ibn Battuta spent some time in the city of Bamako during his visit to Mali. Featuring flamboyant markets and a wonderful range of restaurants, Bamako is a place that will pleasantly catch you off guard.

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