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Temple of India – Bhubaneswar

28th March 2012
Bhubaneswar is the capital city of one of the state in India, Orissa. It is the biggest city of Orissa after Cuttack. It has come to an being since 3000 years back. Today, this city is the economic center of the State of Orissa. Bhubaneswar is best-known ... Read >
Author: sreedhar

Sea Areas of the Shipping Forecast

04th January 2012
Part 1. The Eastern Area - Viking to Thames "Forties, Cromarty, Forth, Tyne, Dogger, Fisher, German Bight" - such evocative sounds, but where do they come from and why? A bit of history: Gale warnings for the British Isles were first broadcast to s... Read >
Author: Simon White

Rajahmundry and Guntur – Two Major Cities of Andhra Pradesh

19th August 2011
Rajahmundry, originally known as Rajamahendri, is better known as the ‘cultural capital and born city’ of Andhra Pradesh. This might be due to the fact that this palce was the origin for Telugu language. Poet Nannayya who is the first poet of Telugu was b... Read >
Author: Ayush Aggarwal

Arlesey

07th June 2011
Old times and past eras have left several parishes behind in England, and their beauty can never be truly measured with words. The amazing preservation over the last hundred years and the peculiarities of each and every one of these parishes are the main ... Read >
Author: David Fisher

Bastakiya Old Town – Opening a Portal to the Old Dubai

29th June 2010
When you step into Dubai city the first thing that grabs your attention is its impressive skyline, one that is ever so dynamic and futuristic. The city always strives to be the world's number one, especially in terms of architectural expertise, presenting... Read >
Author: Pushpitha Wijesinghe

Places of interest in Spain - Castilla y Leon

26th May 2010
Castilla y Leon located to the north of Aragon and near the province of Cantabria is also called 'land of castles'. Interestingly, this city is the star attraction for all the tourists. This village has castles built during Moorish, Roman and Spanish Empi... Read >
Author: alstoncorwin

Burg Hulshoff Munster Germany

29th April 2010
Burg Hulshoff, in the suburb of Havixbeck, the ancestral DrosteHulshoff home, where Annette was born in 1797, and Haus Ruschhaus, the erstwhile country home of Westphalia's most celebrated Baroque architect, Johann Conrad Schlaun, in MunsterNienberge, whe... Read >
Author: Adrian Vultur

History of Italian Fashion

23rd February 2009
Italian Fashion during Renaissance The period after 11th century was development and domination of Italian fashion. The development of art was as its peak. Great Italian artists such as Leonardo da Vinci gave one of their best masterpieces. The Italian... Read >
Author: Emily Shabina

A history of Cowboy Spurs

09th June 2008
The history of Cowboy Spurs begins in ancient Rome where horse riders wore a basic form of what would become the Western Cowboy Spur to allow them to guide their horses in battle. The spur became an invaluable riding aid and was also used in the Middle... Read >
Author: taoski

The Advantages Of Contact Lenses Over Glasses

29th August 2006
Contact lenses are optical medical devices, just as spectacles are, and often provide cosmetic and optical advantages over them. The more than 35 million people in the United States who have opted for contact lenses over the use of glasses have done so be... Read >
Author: Michael Wright

A Brief History of Quilting

22nd June 2006
The art of quilting is not something new to this world, it has been around for centuries, but still there is no confirmation about the exact origin. According to the historians is that the history of quilting, piecing and applique was widely used for clot... Read >
Author: tima ashar
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