Sousse (Tunisia)

Sousse, additionally spelled Sūsah or Sousa, town situated in east-focal Tunisia. It is a significant port and business focus that began as the Phoenician settlement of Hadrumetum. Utilized by Hannibal as his base during the Second Punic War (218–201 BCE), Sousse changed its devotion during the Third Punic War (149–146 BCE) and therefore picked up […]

Amman (Jordan)

Amman, Arabic ʿAmmān, scriptural Hebrew Rabbath Ammon, old Greek Philadelphia, capital and biggest city of Jordan. It is the living arrangement of the lord and the seat of government. The city is based on moving slopes at the eastern limit of the ʿAjlūn Mountains, on the little, halfway enduring Wadi ʿAmmān and its tributaries. Amman’s […]

Guilin (China)

Guilin, Wade-Giles romanization Kuei-lin, additionally spelled Kweilin, once in the past Lingui, city, northeastern Zhuang Autonomous Region of Guangxi, southern China. The common course focus of the Gui River bowl, Guilin lies along the most effortless of the considerable number of courses driving from focal China to Guangdong area—that between the headwaters of the Xiang […]

Vancouver (Canada)

Vancouver, city, southwestern British Columbia, Canada. It is the major urban focal point of western Canada and the focal point of one of the nation’s most crowded metropolitan locales. Vancouver lies between Burrard Inlet (an arm of the Strait of Georgia) toward the north and the Fraser River delta toward the south, inverse Vancouver Island. […]

Sharm El Sheikh (Egypt)

Sharm al-Shaykh, likewise spelled Sharm el-Sheik, English Solomon’s Bay, resort town on the southeastern shore of the Sinai Peninsula. Situated in Janūb Sīnāʾ muḥāfaẓah (governorate), Egypt, the zone was involved by the Israelis from 1967 to 1982. The name Solomon’s Bay is an inference to King Solomon’s armadas, which apparently gone through the nearby Strait […]