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General Knowledge World Earth Day 2019 8m
is being observed today across the world, this day is observed annuly on April 22nd since 1970. The concept of observing was formally proposed by John McConnell at conference on Environment in 1969. Theme of is .
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WWF 🐼 Apr 18
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One example is Selous Game Reserve in Tanzania. It’s a natural World Heritage site home to elephants, lions and African wild dogs and one of Africa’s last wilderness areas. RT if you think sites need to be protected!
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MotherNatureNetwork Apr 20
Here are 8 certifiably breathtaking geoparks:
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WWF 🐼 Apr 18
It's ! : Nearly half of natural World Heritage sites worldwide are under pressure from harmful industrial activities?
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Creative Europe Apr 18
18 April is ! ? Europe is home to many of the world's most well-known heritage sites - 4 out of the 5 top countries on the World Heritage List are 🇪🇺 💪
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Italia Apr 17
Come and discover the Court of Italy! It’s the Royal Residences of Turin and Piedmont, World Heritage Site. You will experience stunning settings, unforgettable moments for a day like a King!
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CHAUDHRY IMRAN ™💎 Apr 19
Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve. Each September, the protected Cape Floral Region bursts into living color with some of the greatest concentrations of floral species in the world. Geographic Unique Lodge Bushmans Kloof, a century-old homestead turned nature
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Francesca Tacchi Apr 16
Luckily Notre Dame still stands and the damage is not as terrible as it seemed. The windows are safe! To celebrate, I wanted to share four amazing archeological sites around the world. 🏛️Hampi (India) 🏛️Caunus (Turkey) 🏛️Samarkand (Uzbekistan) 🏛️Persepolis (Iran)
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UNESCO Switzerland🇨🇭 Apr 18
Digitization project at StCatherine’s Monastery - site. The aim is to create the first digital archive of all 4500 manuscripts in the library, starting with around 1100 in the Syriac and Arabic languages, which are particularly rare.
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Incredible!ndia Apr 18
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Embassy of the I.R.Iran in Singapore 6h
Historic Dolat Abad garden and the World’s tallest windcatcher . Iran submitted the garden to the for inclusion into the World Heritage list Location : city of - .
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Wanderlust Planner Apr 19
Pagoda at the Kiyomizu-dera Buddhist temple in Kyoto. It takes its name from the waterfall within the complex, which runs off the nearby hills. Kiyomizu means clear water, or pure water. Get your itinerary at .
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DrFumblefinger 1h
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VisitCyprus 13h
Take a walk around village and immerse yourself in the culture of our mountain villages. Visit the abandoned water mill and marvel at the World Heritage frescoes inside Agios Ioannis church. 📷 @natalyincyprus
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China Plus News Apr 17
The Lum Medicinal Bathing of Sowa Rigpa (Tibetan medicine) is a unique method of disease prevention and treatment in Tibetan areas. It was inscribed as a Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in November of last year.
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Simona Loffredo 6h
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Scotdrone 4h
Egg rolling hill at Callendar Park, .... Not many egg rolling hills are classified as a World Heritage Site, but as this is part of the Antonine Wall we have a very special historic field of play here 😁
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Zsolt Repasy 4m
Grab a copy of my new ebook about The Busó ( heritage) on :
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GoPaisa.com Apr 17
On this participate in our contest & tell us the number of of you can spot. One lucky winner will win a Flipkart gift voucher of Rs.100. Remember to tag and share.
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Ghulam Nabi Apr 17
April 18 - WORLD HERITAGE DAY Our cultural and natural heritage are both irreplaceable sources of life and inspiration. They are our touchstones, our points of reference and our identity. We wishes you a historical heritage time ahead.
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