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Fortaleza of Mehrangarh

On Thursday, the 11th June, 2009
Fortaleza of Mehrangarh

In the city of Jodhpur (India), XVth century Photo: Wikipedia A the majority of the paintings of the court of Jodhpur about which we speak yesterday comes from the museum installed in the fortitude of Mehrangarh, colossal structure that presides at the city from the hill in which it was constructed. In 1458, Rao Jodha, of the dynasty Rathore, decided...
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The paintings of the court of Jodhpur

On Tuesday, the 9th June, 2009
The paintings of the court of Jodhpur

Exhibition ‘Garden and cosmos’ in London The Mandala of Shiva (detail) (1827) © Mehrangarh Museum Trust En British Museum the exhibition Garden and Cosmos: The Royal Paintings of Jodhpur presents 56 paintings proceeding from the India, dated between the XVIIth and XIXth centuries, none of which has been showed earlier in Europe. During this period...
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Up to always, small grasshopper

On Thursday, the 4th June, 2009

There left us the actor who personified Kwai Chang Caine “Actor David Carradine, famous person for his role in a series of television on martial arts, Kung Fu, dead today was found in the room of his hotel in Bangkok, as he has confirmed the embassy of the USA in Thailand” (The Country). Kwai Chang Caine - to which...
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Osel Hita, the child licks Spanish

On Sunday, the 31st May, 2009
Osel Hita, the child licks Spanish

It left the monastery and now he studies in Madrid It was doing time that nothing one was publishing on the famous child lick native of Granada, who is already not a child precisely, so has 24 blocks. Approximately two years ago I had his news on the part of someone who meets him and he mentioned to me that it had left the Buddhism and...
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Posted in Asia and East, Personage | 3 Comments»

Conflict in Tibet for a gold-mine

On Thursday, the 28th May, 2009
Conflict in Tibet for a gold-mine

The Tibetan ones consider to be sacred the place where a Chinese company wants to open the mine Tibetan Stupa. Photo: Hundred Axis of logic of villagers of the Tibet is facing the Chinese armed forces due to a project to open a gold-mine in a mountain that the Tibetan ones consider to be sacred. The Tibetan ones historically have celebrated in...
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Hatra

On Wednesday, the 27th May, 2009
Hatra

Ancient city divides placed in the current Iraq Photo UNESCO Hatra was founded probably between the IIIrd and IInd centuries aC, under the empire seléucida. His growth and predominance in the region led a small state to being the capital of Araba, under the Partia influence. Due to his strategic position along...
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Forests of Madagascar

On Wednesday, the 29th April, 2009
Forests of Madagascar

Place of the World Patrimony of UNESCO threatened due to the political instability Photo: UNESCO The place included in the list of the World Patrimony of UNESCO named tropical Forest of Atsinanana comprises six national parks distributed along the oriental part of the island of Madagascar. The importance of these forests is that they are critical...
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