The Al Saleh Mosque (Arabic: جامع الصالح) is the largest and most modern mosque in Sana'a, Yemen. It lies in the southern outskirts of the city, south of the Al Sabeen Maternal Hospital. It was inaugurated in November 2008 by Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh.
Vanity Fair Amusement Park our history Take 195 East over the Washington Bridge and exit onto Veteran’s Memorial Parkway. Travel south for a mile or so, paralleling the bike path and skirting the big fence that guards the property where the oil storage tanks hide behind the trees. Turn right onto a narrow road that leads down to the eastern ...
The Currency Museum of the Bank of Japan is a museum about money in Japan. The mission of the museum is to help increase visitors’ understanding of the history of Japanese money. Pure gold oban are on display. Pre-yen "sen" coins are also exhibited. The Museum is near the Bank of Japan building in the Chūō Ward of Tokyo.
Ghumdan Palace, also Qasir Ghumdan or Ghamdan Palace, is an ancient palace and fortress in Sana'a, Yemen. All that remains of the ancient site (Ar. khadd) of Ghumdan is a field of tangled ruins opposite the first and second of the eastern doors of the Jami‘ Mosque (Great Mosque of Sana'a).
Old place of national museum of Yemen in Sanaa. The National Museum of Yemen in Sana'a, Yemen, was founded in 1971 in Dar al-Shukr (Palace of Gratefulness) which is one of the Yemeni Imam Palaces. It is located near Qubbat al-Mutawakkil Mosque dome in Al-Tahreer Square in the city center.
In September 1995, the Yemeni Government signed an agreement that designated Total of France to be the lead company for a project for the export of liquefied natural gas (LNG). In 1997, Yemen Gas Company joined with various privately held companies to establish Yemen LNG (YLNG).
This is what is happening now in Taiz zoo to the south of the country. Leopards, lions, Hyena, Lynx, crocodile, monkey, goats, cows and many others are all starving to death. Critically endangered Arabic leopards are beginning to eat each other and others are so emaciated they can hardly walk.