Posts Tagged ‘History‘


Agora

On Saturday, the 10th October, 2009
Agora

It is not perfect, but it is a big Spanish movie Some of them believe - and this way they have shown it in his comments in the same blog - that the negative criticism of the Spanish movies has an origin foreign to the quality of the movies: that if manias to the actors, that if the subsidies of González Sinde … Nothing more...
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Posted in Cine, Heterodoxy, singular Women | 126 Comments»

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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Posted in Archaeology, Art, China | 3 Comments»

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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Posted in Art, Asia and East | Comments Off

The island of Märket

On Monday, the 22nd June, 2009
The island of Märket

Tiny island of the Baltic, divided between two states Photo: tt_koski Märket (it 'marks' in Swedish) is a small uninhabited islet of the Baltic Sea, placed between Sweden and Finland, whose sovereignty she is divided between these two states. The Treaty of Fredrikshamn (Hamina) of 1809 defined the border between Sweden and the ancient Russian Empire and made to happen...
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Posted in Science and skill, Environment | 7 Comments»

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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Posted in Art, Hindu | 2 Comments»

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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Posted in Archaeology, Art, Route of the Silk | Comments Off

Archaeopix

On Thursday, the 23rd April, 2009
Archaeopix

Searcher of photos of archaeology in Flickr Con frecuencia we look in Flickr for photos published with license Copyleft to put them in the blog. According to the content that we are looking sometimes it can be difficult to find what we want. Alun Salt and Tom Goskar have created Archaeopix, a tool that facilitates this type of searches when his object...
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Posted in Archaeology, Photo and image | 7 Comments»


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