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Alexandre Brecx Aug 6
Westmalle, St Bernardus, Duvel, Trippel Karmeliet, Chimay, Kwak, Corne du Bois des Pendus, Brussels Beer Project, Lupulus, Chouffe, Brasserie de la Senne, Moinette, Orval, Rochefort, Brugse Zot... Just to name a few. is home to 1500+ beers, a world heritage !
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Ami Bhat Aug 7
New Post: Enjoy the musical notes of a Chariot. A virtual tour of the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Darasuram - Airavatesvara Temple ---
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Rakesh Tiwari IFS Aug 7
There are many abandoned and partially ruined Hindu temples & god Statues of Shiva, Krishna, Garuna etc in ‘Mỹ Sơn’ (ancient Indrapura, kingdom of Champa, site), , constrctd btwn 2nd-14th century, by kings of Cham. Bhadreshvara was main temple.
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Japan Library Aug 4
Hidden Christian Sites in the Nagasaki Region are on the World Cultural Heritage list. Many missionaries in Japan, including Francis Xavier, became fluent in Japanese and left eloquent testimonials in Japanese.
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Dean Harte 21h
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Tour Croatia Aug 9
-protected cathedral in ,
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CONNECT Centre Aug 8
In 1858 the first transatlantic cable was laid between Valentia in County and Newfoundland in Canada.
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Wanders Miles 🌍 Aug 9
India is awash with sites from stunning temples to ancient wonders, highlighted by travel bloggers including my visit to Elephanta Caves Mumbai. Take a moment to click for some amazing armchair travel
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GlobalGaz Aug 5
Meeting some of the smiling locals dressed in kimonos in . The are 17 historical sites to visit which claim a combined World Heritage status. This my awesome agenda in with
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UNESCO YAOUNDE Aug 6
is a plague! Contribute to its eradication. If you are a youth share your ideas on how to do it. Participate in the on employability and skills of young people organized by . 4 minutes only!
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Kawkabكوكب Aug 5
Heavy Rain threaten to destroy old . The world heritage Site in danger.
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Look at our World Aug 6
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Sama’a Al-Hamdani سماء الهمداني 15h
The floods are destroying Yemen's World Heritage Sites that managed to survive during the war. The damage isn't limited to the Old City - it is also severely damaging the historic cities of & that used mud buildings
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Ayshan Aslan-Mammadli Aug 7
Carpet-weaving girl from (1905) In 2010, art of Azerbaijani carpet weaving in Azerbaijan was added to the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
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Esther Kuisch Laroche Aug 9
Isla Ometepe 🇳🇮 is famous for its beautiful nature and rich pre-Columbian past. Ancient petroglyphs (rock carvings) and stone statues can be found all over the island.
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Discover Shaanxi Aug 9
The Terracotta Warriors Museum is located in Xi'an, Shaanxi Province of China. It is a large collection of life-size sculptures in battle formations to protect Emperor Qin Shi Huang (259 - 210BC). In 1987, the Terracotta Warriors were listed in the world heritage list by .
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Man and Biosphere Aug 10
, through the World Heritage Centre and the MAB Programme, is observing with attention and concern the large number of fires in , in recent weeks. It is the biggest in the world Read the full statement at
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FRANCE 24 English Aug 10
🇾🇪 After years of disrepair, the ravages of war and now months of heavy rains, the ancient mud brick houses of ’s -listed Old City of Sanaa are collapsing. They've been called an “extraordinary masterpiece” of early Islamic architecture ⤵️
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Beautiful Montenegro Aug 10
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Go Turkey Tourism Aug 2
is one of Turkey's most interesting ancient cities. When you visit it, you will be amazed by the tombs carved into the rocks.
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