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The medieval gardens of Delhi By Sun Online Desk | Last Updated: 20th October, 2017, 13:40

Ferozshah Tughlak laid a thousand gardens around his Capital city, which he named Ferozabad

The medieval gardens and vineyards of Delhi

Glorious Greenwich Glorious Greenwich

The maritime town which has given the fact that London attracts over 30 million tourists a year


Countries with the most Unesco world heritage sites Countries with Unesco world heritage sites

The nation is culturally and geographically rich with 58 sites marked as culturally significant by Unesco


Focus: Destination Austria Focus: Destination Austria

Viennese cuisine borrows heavily from Hungary, Serbia, Romania and Dalmatia


Trouble-free journey: 10 Baby travel tips Trouble-free journey: 10 Baby travel tips

Ensure that the baby is safe to travel, be it a car journey or a flight


A perfect stop at Sur A perfect stop at Sur

Sur, the second-richest city in Oman after the capital Muscat, has a lot to offer to travel junkies


London retains No 1 world city

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The GPCI, published by the Mori Memorial Foundation, ranked London as number one for the sixth year in a row


Cities with magnificent skylines Cities with magnificent skylines

New York City is a much celebrated destination, and its skyline is astounding


Roman ruins: A taste of Arabian sights Roman ruins: A taste of Arabian sights

Petra is one of the world’s most incredible archaeological sites, and one of the New Seven Wonders of the World


Focus: Destination Jordan Focus: Destination Jordan

Jordan has a hot, dry climate characterised by long, hot, dry summers and short, cool winters


Land of ancient civilizations

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Hellas is the historical name of Greece


Bath: Jane Austen’s city of spas still entices Bath: Jane Austen’s city of spas still entices

Being the largest city in Somerset, England, it has a lot to offer — from the Roman-built Baths to the Circus


Oman: Hospitality and beauty leave an impact Oman: Hospitality and beauty leave an impact

Another interesting place to watch out for is the Amouage factory where perfumes are made from herbs



Taj Mahal left out of an Indian tourism booklet Taj Mahal omitted from tourism booklet

The Taj Mahal was built by the Muslim Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his favourite wife Mumtaz Mahal


Doha: Celebrating world tourism Doha: Celebrating world tourism

A beautiful seven-km long waterfront promenade, Doha’s Corniche in the West Bay area is a popular landmark in the capital


Focus: Destination Bolivia Focus: Destination Bolivia

Bolivia has a temperate climate but temperatures can differ dramatically between day and night

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