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Burmah Games 8m
We are creating a card game called Pegu Club: The Game, an auction-based economical, tableau building and worker placement card game set in alternate 1900s Victorian era Rangoon with steampunk aesthetics.
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Fishing for Success 1h
CONGRATS to Natalie Wolfrey of Labrador! Her project "Salmon Fishing in Labrador" won The Island Rooms Fishing Heritage Award sponsored by For Success at this year's Labrador Regional # Fair! BIG thanks to all the regional volunteers & for this!
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Sarah Cameron Apr 15
For many today they may realise that a building means more to them then they had known. Heritage is part of our lives. And when it could be taken away from us we take notice. This is why I work in museums, this is why heritage matters!
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Naoibh O'Connor 4h
Georgian Towers, once the talk of the town, now just another building likely to come down. 49-storey tower proposed for Georgia Street site with rich history:
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DanforthGardens TDSB 9h
Are you coming tonight to to see a full show?
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Alice Gorman 3h
How can space places have heritage value? (From Dr Space Junk vs the Universe: Archaeology and the Future).
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Civic Voice Apr 22
Making the most of in a neighbourhood plan - has prepared a checklist outlining what can be done to preserve local heritage assets in your neighbourhood plan >>
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Bestway Tours 5h
World Wednesday! The Rock-Hewn Churches of Lalibela in consist of 11 medieval Christian churches dating from the 13th century. See them for yourself with our 15-day Ethiopia: The Historic Route tour:
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brixhamfuture Apr 13
Hello! As we are new, we'd like to introduce ourselves! We aim to maintain our & & ‘add value’ to the lives of our residents & visitors. Our next project is a week long event to commemorate -Day and the role played in . Watch this space!
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m.waseem 10h
Tomb of Dewan Shurfa Khan, Makli, Thatta, Diwan Shurfa khan was a minister of Nawab Amir Khan who was a Mughal governor during the ruling period of Shah Jahan (1628-1658). he died in the 1638. After death, his tomb was constructed in the year 1639
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Outlandish Journeys 15h
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Sophie Couchman Apr 11
'Transcribing Chinese travels into Victoria's history' crowd-sourced transcription project, Sunday 5 May at 10.30am to 5pm as part of Aust Festival will also be two talks on . More info:
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ICLEI Resilient Cities Apr 15
We're keeping our breath and looking powerless at this loss: is not simply a building, but a symbol of art, culture, religion and history. This fire is a devastating reminder about the urgency of protecting and engage in risk reduction strategies.
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DanforthGardens TDSB 4h
We all belong! The show has started!
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m.waseem Apr 10
Shri Ratneshwar Mahadev Mandir It was constructed more than 300 yrs ago in a cave in a hill. The Grand Mela is held for 3 days on Maha Shiva Ratri where more than 25,000 people visit the Temple for celebration and rituals every year
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m.waseem Apr 13
Bhambhore city It dates back to the Scytho-Parthian era and was later controlled by Muslims from the 8th to the 13th century, after which it was abandoned. In 2004, Department of Archaeology submitted the site for UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
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Morning Fresh NG 16h
Morning Fresh has maintained her heritage of delivery topnotch home cleaning and refreshing power in every drop…it’s time you build the next too *wink*love* If you are already, hit the share button.
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m.waseem Apr 14
1500 yr old Panchmukhi Hanuman Mandir at Soldier Bazaar is one of the oldest hindu temples in Pakistan. The temple holds special significance for Hindus as it is the only shrine in the world which has a “natural statue” of Hanuman not man-made
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Rich Garton 8h
Some incredible discoveries are being unearthed at the old Walker Power Building in . Watch at 6 for a look at the latest relics and a project update.
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Kevin Thomas 8h
Saturday was the first outing for my new walking tour "Digbeth, Gargoyles, Brylcream, and riots". And to receive 2 five * reviews is very encouraging. Urban adventures in the heart of Birmingham
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