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Air Khaleej is Nigeria’s first online travel company and has arrangements with a large number of travel providers in the country. We personally handle all your travel arrangements and guarantee services for those visiting Nigeria. Arrangements can be made at 24 hours’ notice or for any time in the future. Our staff will ensure a swift reservation process for all of the services you require whether it is a simple rental car or an entire vacation package. We will do everything we can to ensure a smooth and pleasurable experience, both before you arrive and during your stay. From start to finish we handle all of the details of planning your event. Our goal is to always create a lasting and favorable impression for our clients

 
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Hagia Sophia in Turkey
 
Emperor Justinian commissioned Hagia Sophia Church. The construction was begun in 532 and its opening ceremony took place in 537. It was dedicated to Christ as Holy Wisdom. The architects of the building are Anthemios of Tralles and Isidoros of Miletos. With its huge dome and immense dimensions, Hagia Sophia was a real challenge for the Ottoman architects. It was an inspiration source and also a representative of a conquered culture, which was to be surpassed. Sinan accomplished this difficult task. He reached to an excellence far-surpassed Hagia Sophia's heavy monumentality (Suleymaniye and Selimiye Mosques). Read More

Taj Mahal India - The Seventh Wonder Of The World
 
Gloriously standing as a testimony of great love, Taj Mahal not only awes a person with its normous size and immeasurable beauty but has an uncanny way of awakening the sensation of 'Love at first sight' as soon as one crosses the threshold of the main entrance of this pure white marble structure. Shah Jahan built this beautiful edifice as a tribute to her late empress Mumtaz Mahal, who died in 1631 in Agra, India. Positioned on a plot of land along the banks of the River Yamuna, it sprawls across more than forty-two acres of land and people believe that Shah Jahan chose this site because of it serene and peaceful environment and spectacular views. Read More

United Arab Emirate
 
The United Arab Emirates is a constitutional federation of seven emirates; Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm al-Qaiwain, Ras al-Khaimah and Fujairah. The federation was formally established on 2 December 1971.

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) occupies an area of 83,600 sq km along the south-eastern tip of the Arabian Peninsula. Qatar lies to the west, Saudi Arabia to the south and west, and Oman to the north and east. The capital and the largest city of the federation, Abu Dhabi, is located in the emirate of the same name. Read More

 
Perform the Rituals of Hajj and Umrah
 
The pilgrimage is the religious high point of a Muslim's life and an event that every Muslim dreams of undertaking. Umrah, the lesser pilgrimage, can be undertaken at any time of the year; Hajj, however, is performed during a five-day period from the ninth through the thirteenth of Dhu Al-Hijjah, the twelfth month of the Muslim lunar calendar. Performing these rituals, known as the Hajj, is the fifth pillar of Islam and the most significant manifestation of Islamic faith and unity. Undertaking the Hajj at least once is a duty for Muslims who are physically and financially able to make the journey to Makkah. Read More

Eyüp Sultan Mosque is the holiest site in Istanbul Turkey
 
Eyüp is the holiest site in Istanbul Turkey as well as one of the most sacred places in the Islamic world, the Eyüp Sultan Mosque was erected by Mehmet the Conqueror over the tomb of Halid bin Zeyd Ebu Eyyûb (known as Eyüp Sultan), the standard-bearer for the Prophet Mohammed as well as the last survivor of his inner circle of trusted companions. It is popularly accepted that while serving as commander of the Arab forces during the siege of 668 to 669, Eyüp was killed and buried on the outskirts of the city. One of the conditions of peace after the Arab siege was that the tomb of Eyüp be preserved. The burial site was "discovered" during Mehmet the Conqueror's siege on the city, although the tomb is mentioned in written accounts as early as the 12th century. Read More

Sultan Ahmed Mosque or Blue Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey
 
Istanbul's imperial Mosque of Sultan Ahmet I (Sultan Ahmet Camii) is called the Blue Mosque because of its interior tiles. The mosque is the masterwork of Ottoman architect Sedefkâr Mehmed Aga under the order of Sultan Ahmet I. It is a must see for Istanbul because it is the only mosque in Turkey that has six minarets(normally four). It is impressive for it architecture design both inside and outside. There is an interesting story of the mosque; according to it, Sultan Ahmet I wanted to have a minaret made of gold which is "altin" in Turkish. The architect misunderstood him as "alti" which means "six" in English. However, when the architect was shivering as "am I going to be beheaded?", the Sultan Ahmed I liked the minarets so much. Prior to that time, no sultan had a mosque with 6 minarets. Read More

The Basilica Cistern of Istanbul : Ancient Dark Wet Mysterious
 
The Basillica Cistern in English) is one of the largest cistern in the world and one of the most popular tourist attractions of Istanbul. This facility, preserved up to the present day, was built in the 6th century by order of Emperor Justinian as a reservoir for the Great Palace of the Byzantine Empire. It is 140 m long and 70 m wide. The vault is supported by 336 columns, 8 m tall. After the invasion of Istanbul by Ottomans, they didn't notice the cistern almost 100 years. Then, it is discovered because people were fishing there. Pulsing lights, water dripping from the ceiling and music played over strategically placed speakers add an air of mystery to the place. You can see fish swimming in several areas. It is a tradition to throw coins and wish for. Interestingly there are two medusa heads supporting the column as in the photos heads down. Read More

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