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Chetham’s Library: Britain’s Oldest Free Public Reference Library

Chetham’s Library, in the heart of Manchester’s Medieval Quarter, is the oldest free public reference library in the United Kingdom. A former hospital, it is a beautiful sandstone building dating from 1421, originally built to...

Top Things to Do in Garden City, Cairo

Garden City is a very prestigious neighborhood in Cairo, Egypt. It was founded by Khedive Ismail, near the Semiramis Hotel, so that the upper class of society could live and he could host foreigners for...

10 Things to Do in Suez City

Suez City is located in the eastern region of Egypt and bordered in the north by the city of Ismalia, and in the east by the Gulf of Suez. To the south is the Red...

Things to Do in Port Said

Port Said is a coastal city in Egypt. It is located in north eastern Egypt at the head of the northern entrance to the Suez Canal, bordered to the east by Port Fouad, to the...

The Ancient City of Marsa Matrouh

Marsa Matrouh is considered one of the beautiful tourist cities that many Egyptians and foreigners from different countries of the world visit to spend their time at its lovely beaches and hotels. Marsa Matrouh is...

9 Biggest Castles on Earth

Castles and mansions have always captivated the attention of many due to their importance to several disciplines, like history, culture, and architecture. That is why tourists usually flock to major castles in different cities around...

Shibden Hall: A Monument of Lesbian History in Halifax

Shibden Hall in Halifax, West Yorkshire, has recently gathered attention. The location has become the main filming location for the BBC TV series Gentleman Jack. The show is based on the diaries of Anne Lister,...

The Top Ten Things to Do in Nottingham for Families

Famous for its geese, lace, and rebels, Nottingham boasts a wide array of family-friendly parks and attractions, making it definitely worth a visit. From splashing around at the National Water Sports Centre to walking in...

The Revolutionary Life of W. B. Yeats

William Butler Yeats (June 13, 1865 – January 28, 1939) was an Irish poet, dramatist, mystic, and public figure from Sandymount, County Dublin. He is widely considered as one of the most influential figures of...