So where is it in the world that you have always read about, maybe dreamed you could re-create those battle scenes or imagine you are standing there as a historical event takes place? Is it a building or just a hill? For everyone there will be somewhere that they would love to visit to imagine how it used to be. So tell us all...... For me it's something a bit unusual. Although I have always been interested in post war European history there is a building that as soon as I saw it in a photo when I was 11 or 12 I decided I wanted to know more. It's one of the oldest mosques in Africa and is made completly of mud. It's traditions go back to the old Islamic trading routes through Timbuktu and onwards to North Africa. It is the Djenne Mosque in Mali, North West Africa. It's the largest mud-brick building in the world, it was built in the 13th Century and re-built after falling into disrepair in the 19th Century. It finally looks like I am going as I am in the midst of organising a trip to Mail in January.