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Cheshm-e-Shafa, the City of the Unbelievers

On Wednesday, the 22nd July, 2009
Cheshm-e-Shafa, the City of the Unbelievers

Archaeological place in Afghanistan in danger for the construction of a vehicular Photo: AP Cheshm-e-Shafa is an importance place arqueólogica in the Balh region, to the north of Afghanistan. The excavations indicate that he has been inhabited at least from the IVth century aC, when the region was governed by a Persian dynasty, which disappeared to...
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Wutai Shan, sacred mount of the Chinese Buddhism

On Sunday, the 19th July, 2009
Wutai Shan, sacred mount of the Chinese Buddhism

The authorities were included in the World Patrimony they have displaced his inhabitants Foto: spanish.china.org.cn The mount Wutai or Wutai Shan placed in Shanxi (China) is one of four sacred mountains of the Buddhism (not to confuse with five sacred mountains taoístas). Others three sacred mounts of the Chinese Buddhism are Emei in Sichuan...
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Report of UNESCO on the damages evaluation in Babylonia

On Friday, the 10th July, 2009
Report of UNESCO on the damages evaluation in Babylonia

The archaeological place was used like military base by the occupation forces Museum Pérgamo (Berlin). Relief of the walls of Babylonia Photo: futureand.com UNESCO has presented his final Report on the damages evaluation in Babylonia that includes an evaluation of the current situation of the famous archaeological place of Iraq. He gathers also a list of recommendations...
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The reconstruction of Bhaktapur (Nepal)

On Wednesday, the 8th July, 2009
The reconstruction of Bhaktapur (Nepal)

City today tourist, reconstruída between 1973 and 1986 with help of German technical staff Photo: lavenderstreak Bhaktapur is one of three most important cities of the Vale of Katmandu, along with Yokel and to the capital, which names the vale. Founded in the IXth century, it was a prosperous city until, from the century...
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Vicente Ferrer

On Friday, the 19th June, 2009
Vicente Ferrer

A singular man left us: other Photo dedicated his life to: Foundation Vicente Ferrer La the first time that I heard speaking about Vicente Ferrer it was me who was one child. He was in the mythical radio program you they are formidable, presented by Alberto Oliveras, who later would turn into the official biographer of Ferrer. Between the extraordinary one...
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The worlds of the Islam

On Tuesday, the 16th June, 2009
The worlds of the Islam

Exhibition of pieces of the collection of the Museum Aga Khan future Museum Aga Khan will devote itself to the conservation of the art and the Islamic culture. It will be located in Toronto (Canada) and he hopes to open his doors to the public in 2011. The museum is an initiative of Aga Khan Trust for Culture and it will lodge collections of...
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Bartolomé Ros

On Sunday, the 14th June, 2009
Bartolomé Ros

Exhibition of PHotoEspaña 2009 Zoco de Tetuán (1928) I do not know if I have said to them one day that I am a native of Ceuta spouse. For it, the visit was forced to the exhibition in the Barracks of Count duke (for when a decent web of this cultural center?) of Bartolomé Ros, photographer born in Cartagena, that developed the best thing of...
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