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A World Without Heritage: Bamiyan Buddhas and Jam Minaret Of The Afghanistan

Humans are rapidly moving towards the future with their zeal to know about something new and somehow, they are ignoring and forgetting their past. The fast pace of industrial revolutions, population growth, and socio-religious conflicts have also damaged the past. Our shared heritage is deteriorating due to these factors. The architectural and natural heritage throughout …

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Travel in 3 Ancient Cities of Yaxchilán Timgad Ephesus

Earth is a beautiful amalgamation of nature and culture. Humans built a large number of buildings for their personal and public use in the last few thousand years. Civilizations, empires, and states came and went. But those beautiful monuments built by them are still present in front of us. They are now an essential part …

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Why You Must Experience Heritage Of Bangkok At Least Once In Your Lifetime

Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, is an enormous place. It has a populace of about eight million. So, there are many buildings. There are many things to see and do. You can experience lots of good food and interesting culture and history. Photo by Florian Wehde on Unsplash Bangkok’s Chinatown The Chinatown was founded in 1782. …

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Best Places To Visit In Asia

When you want to travel, it should be always East. East is always full of wonders, mysteries, and unlimited exotic experience. Travellers always know what is East. East is Asia. The continent of Asia is the prime because of its culture, size and population. It is an assorted, multi-cultural amalgamation of the oldest civilizations on …

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Ancient Journey of Spices from Asia to Mediterranean

Asian herbs such as turmeric and fresh fruits such as bananas reached the Mediterranean more than 3000 years ago, much faster than previously thought. A group of scientists working with archaeologist Philipp Stockhammer at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich (LMU) shows that even in the Bronze Age, the remote food trade connected distant communities. Photo by …

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