• Taj Mahal
    heaven. Finally, some old records and documentations. This was a major controversy wherein politicians got involved in going ahead with a project in which the declared aim was to give a facelift to the areas surrounding Agra’s major monuments along the Yamuna. But the project got underway...
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  • Karan
    project report according to the project allotted. Present your project under the following headings. S.no. Contents 1 Cover page with project title 2 Names of students in the project with roll no. and class and section 3. Objective /aim of the project 4 Table of content and page number 5...
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  • Effect of Pollution on Historical Monuments
    year is air pollution and the stone’s potential for changing into sulfate. The properties of rain water are also responsible for decomposition of historical monuments: penetration of water into the pores and walls, climatic changes, microscopic creatures, the effect of animal excrements on the façade...
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  • Telugu
    , and measures to prevent, Green House effect. Water - Importance, water resources, aquatic flora and fauna, measurement of liquids, Water pollution - causes, impact, measures to prevent, purification of water. Earth and Sky - Latitudes and longitudes, movements of earth, local time, Standard time...
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  • Miss
    , dance, applied art, as well as cultural-historical monuments. Museums of local, national and global significance as valuable, typical and unique monuments of the history, spirituality and culture of Armenians. Scale / Quantity High. Over 24000 cultural-historical monuments. Diversity / Richness of...
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  • Taj Mahal
    Historical Background of Taj Industries in Agra and their effect Historical Background of Taj The Taj Mahal is a mausoleum located in Agra, India, built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his favorite wife, Mumtaz...
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  • Last Trip of Rizal to Abroad
    Community-based Ecotourism Relatively intact ecosystems such as coral reef, mangrove forest, rivers, lakes, forest, historical monuments and other interesting features of the Philippine society Mostly conservation Mass tourism Ecosystem destroyed by too many tourists. Few people visit...
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  • Stolkes Hall Great House Development Plan
    understanding of the development of Stokes Hall. ❖ The Golden Grove Community, citizens of Jamaica and the Government of Jamaica will have clear understanding of the value and importance of preserving this site so that they can benefit from it. ❖ Dissemination of project findings through...
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  • Environmental Pollution
    August 4, 2010.  Reduce pollutions: suggestions  Projects to save Agra monuments back on trac   The growing threat from pollution to India's prized monuments, including the Taj Mahal, has prompted the authorities to speed up action on March 22, 2011. The project aims to insulate the world heritage...
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  • The Acid Rain Issue
    of environmental systems to these changes.2 The participants of this program will be informed of the causes of acid rain and they will also recognize that the effect of acid disposition is variable and dependent on the capacity of a particular system to absorb the pollution.2 The project targets...
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  • Environmental Impact Assesment
    effects. For any developmental project, the EIA should be carried out right at the initial stage and should integrate environmental concerns in the developmental activities when preparing the feasibility report. In doing so, it can prevent future liabilities or expensive alterations in the project...
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  • Role of Non Govt Organisations
    rallies against child labour, medical camps, blood donation camps, etc. This also includes the protection and preservation of nature, wildlife, historical and heritage monuments. Activities Undertaken by NGO’s Solid waste management This includes both municipal solid waste and bio-medical wastes...
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  • Application of Sustainable Tourism: a Case Study of Khajuraho
    forces of nature, unplanned growth, rampant pace of development and the resulting pollution, and the years of exploitation for petty gains like more tourists and more money, have taken their toll on these monuments. Besides the monuments, the environs nearby also show evidence of degeneration...
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  • thesis
    . Scope and Limitation of the Study This study was focused on the development of the new Rizal Park and its effects on the local and foreign tourists’ arrivals. The Rizal Park and Monument was built on commemoration on the National Hero who gave his life for the liberation of their country, Dr...
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  • Reviving the Architectural and Acoustical Theatre Heritage: the Role of Erato Project
    capacity, the air and noise pollution, the thermal effects of lighting systems, to which they are sometimes put (Haddad 2007). On the other hand, the absence of conservation plans, lack of maintenance, and poor application of conservation principles and lack of skilled people can cause further decay...
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  • Cultural tourism
    aims to leave the least negative effects of the visited culture or area (i.e. by maximising sustainability and ecocompatability and by encouraging tourist to conform to local customs), or mainstream tourism which is not as concerned with the negative effects of tourism and the wellbeing of the...
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  • Aluminum Smelter in Delphi
    worlds come to see these monuments. However these holy and meaningful spaces will be invaded by pollution if the aluminum smelter plan is continued. According to Elias Segounis (Mayor of Delphi) the wind from the Gulf of Corinth will carry smoke and other dangerous chemicals from the plant...
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  • Planet Philippines
    as congestion, pollution, increased crime and higher prices in tourist areas. The following sections of this unit look in detail at the positive and negative effects of tourism development: Positive economic impacts It is often the positive economic impacts that persuade governments, companies...
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  • Importance of Enviormant Education
    sure to find pollution that has never been seen before. The Mumbai City Pollution problem is something that needs to be tackled with great impetus and it is vital as well as essential that individuals find the most stable way through which they can reach out to the city and help it get clean. Clean Mumbai, Green Mumbai. Effective of pollution on historical monuments...
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  • Khan
    Management activities, consolidation activities etc. 10.1.1 Identified Projects for Archaeological and Historical Sites Rationale of the Projects The State of Bihar has monuments that are so still and yet dissonantly alive. Some of them like Nalanda, Vikramshila are breathtaking in stateliness and vibrant...
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