Just two decades after the war, Kuwait is rebuilt–and continues to build. You find construction going on everywhere. Skyscrapers and malls alongside souks and mosques. The modern along with the traditional.
Kuwait’s most distinctive landmark is likely Kuwait Towers, the three towers with blue-green spheres that hold water (two of the towers) and include an observation deck, gift shop, and cafe (the other tower). Another site to see in Kuwait is the Al-Qurain Martyrs’ Museum. This house and museum is a memorial to the Kuwaitis who tried to resist the Iraqi invasion of the house in February 1991. The original attacking vehicles and tank are still outside, and the house is left as it was after hours of bombing.