Heritage

Know Fergana Valley

The Fergana Valley spans eastern Uzbekistan, southern Kyrgyzstan, and northern Tajikistan in Central Asia. The valley, which is ethnically diverse and was the scene of strife in the early twenty-first century, is divided into three republics of the former Soviet Union. The Fergana, a sizeable triangular valley in a frequently dry portion of Central Asia, …

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Why Udsar Village Of Rajasthan Is Not Building Second Floor from Last 700 Years

The Rajasthan state of India is known for its beautiful heritage and amazing cultural stories in the whole world. One such unique story is from the Udsar village of Rajasthan where people do not build the first floor of the homes. In the 21st century, when people are talking about the Mars and Venus missions. …

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Top Five Affordable Accommodations in London For Travelers and Tourists

When you are in Planet’s one of the largest and biggest cities, you are too much to explore. But better accommodation is still a major task. Theculturemag can help you in this important task. Here is our list of locations that can become your best and affordable place for lodging and accommodation at night and …

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2700 Years Old Ancient Face Cream Discovered In Liujiawa, China

Today’s world is known for its fashion. Usually, fashion and cosmetic products are considered as the things of the modern world. But currently, Researchers come across a new finding related to an ancient cosmetic industry in China. Although, no one knows about the origin of the manufacturing process of the Cosmetic Industry. But latter patterns …

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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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