Archive for July, 2011

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    ANZAC War Memorial

    Posted in Australia | July 26, 2011
    ANZAC War Memorial is Sydney’s major commemorative military monument in Australia, which was designed by C. Bruce with exterior adorned with monumental figural sculptures and reliefs by Rayner Hoff. It situated at Hyde Park’s southern extremity on eastern edge of central business district of Sydney and is the focus of memorial ceremonies on Armistice Day, Anzac Day and other significant occasions. The ANZAC was developed as monument to World War I’s Australian Force. Fund raising for monument started in the year 1916, the 1st anniversary of New Zealand and Australian Army Cops landing at Anzac Cove for Gallipoli’s Battle. The ANZAC War Memorial building is constructed of concrete with exterior cladding of pink granite and comprised  [...]
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    Chavin De Huantar, Peru – A Legacy 3000 Years Old

    Posted in South America | July 12, 2011
    Chavin De Huantar is a Peruvian archaeological site situated at a lofty height in the Andes Mountain Ranges about two hundred and fifty kilo meters to the north of Lima. The Cordillera Blanca mountain Range is situated to the west of the site. Chavin de Huantar is the remnants of an olden culture that is among the most ancient in the whole of South America – The Chavin People. The culture reigned for close to a millennium here. Experts believe the historical site to have been built somewhere in the vicinity of 1500 BC and has served as the base for the Chavins right until their civilization ended in 300 BC. This was years before the birth of the first Inca. The most vibrant period of the civilization was from 800 BC to 300 BC, when the Early  [...]
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    History of Judaism

    Posted in Asia | July 5, 2011
    About eighty per cent of the total population in the world has faith in one religion. And out of these close to seventy per cent believe in one of the four biggest religions in the world. The Big four religions are – Christianity, Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism. Both Christianity and Islam religions have their roots in Judaism. Judaism is the most ancient and surviving monotheistic religion that is known in the west. The history of Judaism is remarkable. The practitioners of Judaism are known as Jews. The Hebrew Bible is the holy book of the Jews. The book has mainly descriptions of the history of the world, plus the story of how the Israelites journeyed from creation, to the great flood, till they reached the Promised Land of Canaan. Abraham  [...]
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