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    The Parthenon and Pantheon are great ancient temples built at different times, they come from different cultures and time yet they share many similar architectural style. The Roman and the Greek culture have influenced the architecture around the world till date. The Parthenon may be one of the greatest architectural achievements by the Athenians in Athens. Athens was one of many Greeks city-state, In the 5th Century Athens was the most powerful city-state. This precinct becomes a sacred one rather

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    Things to do in Kanpur

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    days is enough for one to cover all the things to be seen in Kanpur. Being primarily an industrial hub it is but obvious that it is filled with various industries. As a tourist there are certain spots that is must see like the JK Temple and the world famous Jain Temple made with Glass. If you have a historical bent of mind, ... ... middle of paper ... ... as the secular supplier because of the variety of food available. Whether it is a Muslim, Hindu, Christian or Jain delicacy, everything is

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    Puducherry Case Study

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    India is heaven of India. It is homogenous blend of both tradition and culture. Tourist can have mundane life and relish their holidays at different places like golden sand beaches of Tamil Nadu, can get drenched with blessings of god with tranquil temples all around and further enrich minds by exploring incredible green hills with some unmatched spicy foods. Brief: Chennai, the city located at the Coromondal shoreline of Bay of Bengal is frequently perceived as the 'Detroit of India' and the 'Gateway

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    The objective of the study is to prepare the 20 years perspective tourism plan & policy for Sustainable Development of Tourism in Assam. The Sustainable Development of Tourism in the State will lead to the following achievements-  Meet the needs of tourists and host regions while protecting opportunity for the the future.  Satisfy the demands of tourists and the tourism industry, and contunue to attract them to meet the first aim.  To increase the market share of Assam Inbound Tourism.  To promote

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    For example, people who live on the streets experience multiple hardships and consequences. They go through various demanding and stressful times. Having perseverance helps them reach their goals and will influence their actions. Temple Grandin demonstrated perseverance because she never gave up in what she believed in. She proved to people that just because she has Autism doesn’t mean that she is any less than anyone. Melba Pattillo Beals exhibited perseverance when she and eight

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    ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE GREEKS. THE GREATEST OF THESE WAS THE TEMPLE. THE TEMPLE WAS A SACRED STRUCTURE DESIGNED TO HOUSE THE CULT STATUES AND CIVIC DIETIES. THEESE EARLY HOUSES OF WORSHIP WERE MOST LIKELY MADE OF WOOD, WHICH EXPLAINS WHY NONE OF THESE GREEK TEMPLES REMAIN TODAY. HOWEVER, AS THE GREEKS BECAME MORE POWERFUL AND MORE WEALTHY EACH POLIS REBUILT ITS WOODEN TEMPLES WITH NEW ONES MADE FROM STONE. THE EARLIEST TEMPLE FORM WAS CALLED DORIC. IT WAS SIMPLE IN DESIGN AND VERY

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    priest during the reigns of King David and King Solomon and the revelation of the prophet Ezekiel advising that only those who were the “sons of Zadok” could approach God and the most do so only in the Temple. Typically wealthy aristocrats, they had supreme control over the priesthood, the Temple and how their followers viewed religion. The Torah and its strict literal interpretation were the central focus of this group as they rejected all other written and oral laws that tried to clarify, question

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    Hahnukkah Research Paper

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    get everyday, especially if that person is a little kid. Hanukkah is a celebration of the mighty war the Maccabees won over the Greeks to take back the Holy Land. The Menorah that is used to celebrate this holiday represents the seven days the Holy Temple was in use. The gift giving and the candle lighting are all in representation of the fight for the Holy land. Hanukkah celebrates two miracles.The 2nd century BCE victory of a small, greatly outnumbered and out-armed army of Jews, known as the “Maccabees

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    Pompeii

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    finish them off. The team was able to estimate how high the temperatures of the ash were, due to the fact that it had melted some metals like lead and tin. It is reported for Pompeii to have many important types of structures, some being houses, temples, and bak... ... middle of paper ... ... Herculaneum was a seaside town that had witnessed the horror of mount vesuvious wreacking havoc on Pompeii, now had to deal with a new problem; the eruption coming towards their city. As stated before, Pompeii

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    In ancient times, Greeks were known for their absolute respect that they had for their deities. They would build temples and host big celebration to worship the god that them deemed most important to their everyday lives. Some of these celebrations would be most important and bring together a group of people that would participate. These festivals would include a prayer to the deities, martyrs, and competitions. These celebrations were a part of the everyday life in ancient Greece. These rituals

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