Twentieth-century mariners ply a highway of trade with a heritage that harks back to Sindbad.
His people called him Omar the Great; historians ever since have endorsed his title.
The revered Church of the Holy Sepulchre has changed its appearance more than once during its sixteen centuries in Jerusalem.
There were no steam shovels or bulldozers in 2,000 B.C. to help builders erect structures on a grand scale.
Aramco takes a show on the road each year to explain the oil business to eager audiences all over Saudi Arabia.
One of the "Five Pillars" of Islam is called the Hadj—the visit to the holiest sites in the Muslim world.