The largest and the oldest cemetery in the world, Wadi-us-Salaam is worth a visit for its incredible size, since it has more than 5 million tombs. Quite hilly, the surrounding mountain landscapes are breathtaking.
Locals gather here in the afternoon to enjoy the river cafés and to smoke hookah (argilah) with flavored tobacco. The Neo-Sumerian ziggurat in the old city of Ur near Nasiriyah is an amazing historical site.
The US Embassy regularly advises US citizens in Saudi Arabia.
In a message after the attack Monday, the embassy urged Americans to 'remain aware of their surroundings, and take extra precautions when travelling throughout the country.' It also advised citizens to 'carefully consider the risks of travelling to Saudi Arabia.'In neighboring Kuwait on Monday, security forces said they had arrested several suspects with alleged ties to IS, including an 18-year-old man who was planning to attack a Shiite mosque in the final days of Ramadan.
"Several are associated with the goddess Hathor, such as cows with special necklaces," Austin told Live Science.
The mummy was found at a site on the west bank of the Nile River known as Deir el-Medina, a village dating to between 1550 B. Austin initially thought the markings on the neck had been painted there, she told Live Science in an email.Her post has been met with a flurry of supportive comments from fellow parents, with many mocking the two disapproving women for their reaction. I breastfeed and have full support from my family my brother and husband always say if anyone says anything we'll jump. Austin explained that the symbols' position on the woman's throat — directly over her voice box — may have signaled that whenever the woman spoke or sang, she invoked a ritual power to do good.These figural tattooed images — the first of their kind found on an Egyptian mummy — provide important clues about the significance and symbolic nature of tattooing within ancient Egyptian culture, Austin said.That's not an act that represents Islam,' Osama said.