Asia and East


Fascinated by East

On Sunday, the 20th December, 2009
Fascinated by East

Exhibition in the National museum of Decorative Arts Photo: MNAD In the National museum of Decorative Arts has presented the exhibition to himself Fascinated for East. Of the press release of the Department of Culture: The exhibition, which consists of more than three hundred pieces, tries to transmit how they have blown up along the history ours...
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The Iberia of the Caucasus

On Tuesday, the 8th December, 2009
The Iberia of the Caucasus

In the current Georgia a country called Iberia existed in the antiquity Scenery of Tusheti, province to the North-East of Georgia. Photo: Wikipedia. Lidia Ilona Buscando other things, and for this so frequent phenomenon in Internet that they call serendipia, I have met on a titled work “The terms “Iberia“ e “Iberians“ in the Greco-Roman sources: I study about his...
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The discovery of the army of terracotta of Xian

On Monday, the 26th October, 2009
The discovery of the army of terracotta of Xian

Some of the protagonists of the find, already pensioners, it comment today on Photo: Wikipedia Desde the exhibition of 2004 in Madrid we have spoken several times of the famous soldiers of terracotta who keep the grave of the first Chinese emperor Qin Shi Huang, close to Xian. But we had never told either how the discovery was, or what persons intervened...
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Religion and death in the Tibet

On Tuesday, the 22nd September, 2009
Religion and death in the Tibet

A revision to the ritual Tibetan Buddhists Chogten The religion in the Tibet is so important that an ancient traveler said that “the Tibet is a gigantic monastery inhabited by a monks' nation”. In the middle of the XXth century one of the four men was living in a monastery, situation that was not stopping creating economic problems...
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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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