Vouchercloud has just mapped out the top visited tourist attractions from around the world, according to Trip Advisor's most popular Things To Do

Here are 17 from the Arab world. 

1. A sacred visit to Masjid al-Nabawi, Saudi Arabia

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It's no surprise to see this centuries-old mosque. Masjid Al-Nabawi was established during the times of Prophet Muhammad. It was the third mosque built in the history of Islam and is now the second-holiest site for Muslims. 

The first is Masjid al-Haram in Mecca. 

2. A beautiful spiritual break at Sheikh Zayed Mosque, United Arab Emirates

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Located in Abu Dhabi, the site is considered to be the key site for worship in the UAE. 

The mosque was built between the years 1996 and 2007. It is the largest mosque in the county. And the number of people during Eid can reach up to 41,000 people. 

3. Get lost in history at the Temples of Baalbak, Lebanon

UNESCO describes the site as "one of the most famous sanctuaries of the Roman world and a model of Imperial Roman architecture." 

After all, the impressive temples were among the most famous holy sites in the Roman world and were constructed over a period of more than two centuries. 

Before you head over there, check out these 5 cool facts about the historic temples

4. Immerse yourself in the rusty reds of Petra, Jordan

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If you haven't been to this beautiful historic city, then you've probably at least seen pictures of its amazing rock-cut architecture. 

Petra is also known as the "Rose City" due to its rusty orange/red stone. 

The city was established as early as 312 B.C. as the capital city of the Arab Nabateans. 

It has turned into one of the country's symbols of national pride ... and of course one of the most visited tourist attractions.

5. Shop big or go home at The Avenues Mall, Kuwait

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You guessed it right, it's a mall! In fact, it is the largest shopping mall in Kuwait. 

Make sure to have loads of money saved up before your visit! 

6. Get a glimpse of the past at Ummayad Mosque, Syria

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Also known as the Great Mosque of Damascus, the Ummayad Mosque is one of the largest and oldest mosques in the world. 

It is also considered to be the fourth holiest place in Islam by some Muslims. 

The mosque was originally built on the site of a Christian church following the Arab conquest of Damascus in 634.  

7. Get in touch with history at the Temple of Karnak, Egypt

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Decayed temples, chapels, massive pillars ... this is exactly what the Karnak complex is made of. 

The temple complex was considered the main place for worship during the eighteenth Egyptian dynasty. 

8. Stand out in the Old City of Jerusalem, Palestine

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As a holy city for Judaism, Christianity and Islam, Jerusalem will always have a place in all our hearts. It's no surprise to see the old city listed as one of UNESCO's World Heritage Sites.

Among the 220 historic monuments, there is one that stands out always -The Dome of the Rock. 

9. Be aweed by Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, Oman

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It all started in 1992 when Sultan Qaboos ordered that his country, Oman, should have a grand mosque. 

That's when a competition for its design began in 1993. The mosque took around six years to build. It is now considered to be one of the country's top visited place. 

10. A glimpse into Islamic culture at Museum of Islamic Art, Qatar

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The museum was the first of its kind in the GCC. What makes the museum stands out is its nod to ancient Islamic architecture and a massive collection of Islamic art. 

11. Pray in peace and greenery at Hassan II Mosque, Morocco

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The Hassan II Mosque also dubbed as "Casablanca Hajj" is the largest mosque in Morocco and the 13th largest in the world. 

Its minaret is the world's tallest, standing at 210 meters. 

Fun Fact: the walls are made of hand-crafted marble and the roof is retractable. 

12. Witness incredible interiors at Al Fateh Mosque, Bahrain

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The Al-Fateh Mosque is one of the largest mosques in the world, encompassing 6,500 square meters. 

The mosque was builty in 1987 and was named after Ahmed Al Fateh, the founder of Bahrain. 

13. Hear the church bells ring at Notre Dame d'Afrique, Algeria

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The Bishop of Algiers from 1846 to 1866 paved the way for the construction of this Catholic basilica in the city.  

It was officially inaugurated in 1872, fourteen years after construction. 

14. History, history, history at Leptis Magna, Libya

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Leptis Magna was once considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in the Roman empire. Also with Phoenician origins, the city became Roman in 146 B.C. 

Today, the ruins are considered among the most impressive Roman ruins left in the world. From impressive monuments and remnants of residential areas, you're sure to be impressed if you get the chance to explore.

15. Nostalgia at Amphitheatre of El Jem, Tunisia

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This archaeological site in the city of El Djem was listed as a World Heritage Site in 1979. 

The amphitheater was built around 238 AD and is considered to be one of the best preserved Roman ruins across the world. 

16. Walk around the Old City of Sanaa, Yemen

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The old city of Sanaa has been inhabited for more than 2,500 years, making it one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. 

It was listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1986. 

17. Gaze into the deep blues at Sami Abdulrahman park, Iraq

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Located in Erbil, Sami Abdulrahman Park is the largest park in Iraq. 

Did you know that the site was formerly the location of Saddam Hussein's detention center?