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Qalaat Saladin

Although architecturally less impressive than Krac des Chevaliers, the Crusades-era castle of Qalaat Saladin certainly won't disappoint visitors who travel to its remote mountain location 125 mi/200 km southwest of Aleppo. Indeed, its setting is one of its most impressive features. As you enter th...

Qalaat Samaan

The Byzantine Church of St. Simeon (Qalaat Samaan) was a pilgrimage site built in honor of an incredibly ascetic monk who sat on a pillar for 36 years. The church was constructed around the pillar, but only a small nub remains today. Although the church is in ruins, its scale and detailed stonewor...


This tiny oil-rich sheikdom on the Persian Gulf is finally opening up to tourism. The government has been encouraging foreign investment, and Qatari women enjoy more freedom than their counterparts in some other Gulf states. Al Jazeera, the Arab world's version of CNN, broadcasts without censorship ...


A predominantly Shi'ite town on the Persian Gulf, around 250 mi/400 km northeast of Riyadh, Qatif has a lovely market and friendly people. Many of its buildings date back 300-400 years, though some have been vandalized by souvenir hunters. Because of the Shi'ite influence, demonstrations against t...


A seaside city with a beautiful crescent-shaped harbor opening onto the Yellow Sea, Qingdao has long been one of the top Chinese getaways—with a twist. Thanks to the fact that Qingdao was annexed as a German territory in 1897, the old city seems to have been transported from Germany, with baroque f...


Overview Introduction South of Asmara, on the road to Ethiopia, are the ruins of Qohaito, an Axumite city dating from the fith century BC. Though still largely unexcavated, this is Eritrea's most impressive archaeological site, and there is hope that it may someday reveal ruins to rival those in ...


Overview Introduction Iran's second-oldest city after Mashhad, Qom (pronounced GHOM ) is a holy pilgrimage site for Shiites. Most of the country's top religious leaders, including Ayatollah Khomeini, studied theology there. Qom merits a day's visit to see the mosques, 14th-century towers and the...


Overview Introduction The medieval town of Qormi, Malta, about 3 mi/5 km southwest of Valletta, is a great place just to walk around—its narrow streets have plenty of atmosphere.


Overview Introduction Qrendi, 6 mi/10 km south of Valletta on the island of Malta, lies near two Neolithic temple complex sites: Mnajdra and Hagar Qim. The temples are in various states of decay, but portions have been restored. Sadly, vandals have defaced dozens of stones at Mnadjdra. Both sites...

Quad Cities

Approximately 160 mi/257 km west of Chicago, the banks of the Mississippi River separate two Illinois towns, Rock Island and Moline, and two Iowa towns, Davenport and Bettendorf, collectively known as the Quad Cities. Originally settled by Native Americans, the Quad Cities' history and economy are c...


Quanzhou, China, is a port city 350 mi/565 km northeast of Hong Kong and just across the water from Taiwan. Its highlights include ancient temples and mosques and the Museum of Maritime Commerce. The highlight of the museum is a Song dynasty ship recently excavated from the harbor. The Quanzhou r...


Overview Introduction Though a 16th-century fortress dominates this town, most people go to Quba to see the hundreds of apple orchards. In the spring, the area is fragrant with the scent of apple blossoms. (At other times, Quba can be fragrant with other scents—the war brought cutbacks on most mu...


There's less talk these days about Quebec becoming an independent country. But for most visitors to the province, it's already a place quite distinct from the rest of North America. Those differences are why people visit. Language, of course, is the most obvious distinction, but the most enjoyable ...


Quebec City looks, at first glance, much like one of France's Atlantic coastal cities. A UNESCO-designated World Heritage site, Quebec City has gabled buildings dating from the 1600s and narrow, winding streets made of cobblestones. You can amble through airy plazas—past fountains and statues—as yo...


The Ottauquechee River runs through the once-thriving mill town of Quechee, which is 4 mi/6.5 km east of Woodstock and known primarily for its greatest natural attraction, Quechee Gorge in Quechee State Park. Carved by a glacier, the gorge is 165 ft/50 m deep and 1 mi/1.5 km long and is affectionate...

Queen Charlotte Islands

Nature is the primary attraction of British Columbia's Queen Charlotte Islands (also known as Haida Gwaii) across the Hecate Strait from the mainland. About 480 mi/775 km northwest of Vancouver, Naikoon Provincial Park on Graham Island is a wildlife reserve with beautiful beaches for whale-watching....

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With a fine backdrop of the Rwenzori Mountains behind it, this park in western Uganda—240 mi/390 km southwest of Kampala—is bordered by Lake Edward to the west and Lake George to the east. These two bodies of water are connected by the Kazinga Channel, which is inhabited by what is thought to the wo...


If outdoor adventure is your travel goal, Queenstown, New Zealand, 300 mi/480 km southwest of Christchurch on the South Island, is the place to go. Scores of well-equipped and experienced adventure-tour operators there do a good job of organizing activities for you, and the scenic beauty of the surr...


Located near the Zambezi River delta, 670 mi/1,000 km northeast of Maputo, this port was the center of a thriving agricultural area before the war. Today greatly decayed, it is a center of copra (dried coconut meat) export and serves as a waypoint for travelers heading north or south. The Marrom...


Queretaro is the well-to-do capital of an agricultural state, and doesn't trumpet itself as a tourist destination. This, however, is its charm. The city abounds with attractions—colonial buildings, pleasant shaded plazas and cultural events—and you can explore them yourself through the alleys and co...


Canadian-history lovers should put Quesnel, British Columbia, high on their list because it's the beginning point for the Alexander Mackenzie Heritage Trail that ends in Bella Coola. It's located 435 mi/700 km northeast of Vancouver, and part of the fun of Quesnel is getting there: The sights—cattl...


Quetzaltenango, also known as Xela ( SHAY-la ), is Guatemala's second-largest city. Built on the former site of a Maya city called Xelaju (hence the nickname), Xela is an attractive place 127 mi/205 km west of Guatemala City with a wealth of handsome 19th-century architecture and a proud Maya and Sp...


Located 320 mi/515 km south of Beijing, Qufu is the hometown of Confucius (he was born there in 551 BC). Qufu has several major historic attractions. It's possible to visit the Residence of the Descendants of Confucius, also known as the Kong Family Mansion. There's also the beautiful Confucius Te...


Architecture buffs appreciate the Mississippi river town of Quincy, about 110 mi/177 km west of Springfield. Trade-derived wealth funded an encyclopedic collection of historic homes dating from the 1830s, many of them clustered in the pedestrian-friendly East End Historic District. The John Wood M...


Quincy, Massachusetts, just 7 mi/21 km south of Boston, is aptly called the City of Presidents—both John Adams and his son John Quincy Adams hailed from there. The Adams National Historical Park includes the birthplace of both men and an Adams family home. (The buildings are open May-October.) Unite...


Set on the banks of the Motagua River 127 mi/205 km northeast of Guatemala City, Quirigua is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of Guatemala's most important archaeological sites. Quirigua's main claim to fame is its collection of remarkable stelae (stone pillars covered in intricate carvings and ...


The capital and second-largest city in Ecuador, Quito sits high in the Andes with an elevation of 9,300 ft/2,835 m. Not so long ago, Quito had a rough reputation as a deteriorating city with crime problems, but a concerted effort to revitalize the city, restore historical buildings, clean up the bu...


Overview Introduction The main draw of Quorghon-Teppa is the remains of an ancient Buddhist temple nearby. Sadly, only a shell survives—most of the temple's treasures were moved to St. Petersburg, Russia, in the 1800s. A subtropical jungle can be seen at the Tigrovaya Balka (Tiger Ravine) of the ...


Overview Introduction Between Baghdad and Basra near the meeting of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, this is one of the many reputed locations of the Garden of Eden. Adam's Tree, in a park where the rivers meet, is supposed to mark the spot. Qurna is 40 mi/65 km northwest of Basra.

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