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Focus on Kusadasi Property

19th August 2011
Kusadasi is a resort town on Turkey’s Aegean coast with a rich and ancient history. It is believed that the earliest settlements in the world began here around 3000 BC just outside Pilav Mountain. Since the climate was mild, these first settlers were able... Read >
Author: Danny Smith

Pilar de la Horadada: a place that exudes history and charm

02nd August 2011
An interesting town with a lot of history, Pilar de la Horadada is the perfect location for your COSTA BLANCA HOLIDAYS. The town of Pilar de la Horadada can trace its history back to the ancient Iberians. Built on the Mediterranean coastline it was often ... Read >
Author: Porsche

Much Hadham

26th July 2011
The pretty village of Much Hadham is situated in East Hertfordshire roughly halfway between the towns of Bishop's Stortford and Ware. The village has a population of around 1300 and is the largest of the 'Hadham' villages which include Little Hadham, Hadh... Read >
Author: David Fisher

Cathedral of Saint Nicholas de Bari

21st July 2011
The cathedral of Saint Nicholas de Bari is the main church and one of the most important landmarks of the city of Alicante and it is one of the many things that have been left in Alicante since the Moorish times. As many other churches in Spain, it was bu... Read >
Author: Franck Lisle

Top Style Influences for Italian Furniture Designers

02nd June 2011
What have been some of the influences on top rated Italian furniture type in the planet? Going back again to the late 15th century, the Renaissance period of time introduced significant influences from all around the planet, like Japanese furniture design... Read >
Author: geraldtudo81

The Most Notable Four Approaches To Look At Infidelity

24th May 2011
In the English language, an infidel is somebody who is quite literally "without faith." It has its base in religion and goes back into the 15th century originally. While essentially this means someone who isn't going to believe in religious beliefs, many ... Read >
Author: Venkata Krishnan Rajagopalan

A Round Earth Theory or a World Globe – Which Came First?

27th April 2011
If everyone thought the earth was flat until Christopher Columbus discovered America in the late 15th century, how is it that some terrestrial globes were made before then? Before answering this we need to address two of the "facts" presented in the q... Read >
Author: Rita Dapkus-Sproston

The Origin of High Heels

11th April 2011
It is hard to think of high heel shoes as anything other than a stylish female shoe that adds glamour and class to any outfit. However, in the past the high heel has proven a lot more versatile, worn by both men and women during its first incarnation. ... Read >
Author: Sophie Wilson

The Origin of Christmas Gift Giving Tradition and Why We Still Do It

14th October 2010
If you ask someone what their favorite time of the year is, probably they'll say it's Christmas. While it is highly stressful amidst all the Christmas shopping, it is also a time for families to get together and spend time enjoying one another. While for ... Read >
Author: Sam

Bali Community Choir

19th July 2010
March 06, 2010 - Established in September 2009, the Bali Community Choir meets every Tuesday evening at the Gateway Community Center on Jalan Danau Batur Sari No.3 in Sanur (across from the Canang Sari Restaurant on the same street that leads to the Bali ... Read >
Author: annora

Guide To Buying Wine Glasses

15th September 2009
It is true however that the appearance, smell and even the taste can be enhanced by using the proper glasses. The oldest surviving wine glass with a stem and foot are 15th century enameled goblets that holds more than four ounces of liquid. Towards the en... Read >
Author: satbir101

All about lace

17th April 2009
Lace has been a popular material for quite a while. Ever since it was first used in the 15th century, it captured the world with its beauty and decorative quality. Although it is a relatively new invention (just a few centuries old), it has drastically ch... Read >
Author: Mel C

What Is The History Of Which Arm To Wear A Wristwatch On?

09th March 2009
While we look at wrist watches as a very commonplace accessory now, people usually do not know why it is that we wear the watch, or are supposed to wear it on the left hand. The reason for this can be traced by looking at the history of the wristwatch. ... Read >
Author: Debra Brian Hunt

What Does Meritorious 'the Devil' Tarot Card Genuinely Mean?

03rd March 2009
The chronicle of tarot cards started around the 15th century, a century after cards were introduced in Europe starting with the rising places in Italy. The evolution of Tarot as we know it today has a diversification of stories and legends. The mystical f... Read >
Author: Casaundrai Teti

Traditional Plastering Methods

23rd July 2008
Copyright (c) 2008 Able Skills Many people are unaware that hair has been used in plaster for hundreds of years to help with the binding process. Why Hair? Hair - particularly horse's hair - has long been used in plastering for two main reasons: ... Read >
Author: Able Skills
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