• Taj Mahal
    the Mughal Emperor. It is the resultant of almost 20 years of human efforts constructed in remembrance of the Mumtaz Mahal, his beloved wife. This monument is an example of an artifact which harmonized fine features to the last detail. It has been voted as one of the seven wondors of the world. It symbolizes...
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  • Karan
    HOLIDAYS HOMEWORK 2012-2013 CLASS VII ENGLISH THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO by Alexandre Dumas 1. Plot (including the historical background) 2. Bio sketch (along with the key points): Danglars, Monsieur Villefort 3. ….Fernand/ Monsieur de Morcerf 4. Diary entry as Edmond Dantes when he escaped...
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  • Miss
    20 SECTION V. TOURISM DEVELOPMENT VISION BY 2030.......................................................................... 20 CHAPTER 1. STATE POLICY AIMS AND GOALS ................................................................................................. 20 CHAPTER 2. TARGETS FOR 2030............
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  • Effect of Pollution on Historical Monuments
    of Science, Engineering and Technology 56 2011 A Study of the Damages to Historical Monuments due to Climatic Factors and Air Pollution and Offering Solutions Shoureshe Kanani, Hassan Zandi Abstract—Historical monuments as architectural heritage are, economically and culturally, considered one of...
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  • Last Trip of Rizal to Abroad
    Ecotourism, and McCormick (1994) on how ecotourism can save a rainforest. Furthermore, the experiences gained by Regis et al. (2000) from the Ecotourism project for the two municipalities of Sorsogon reinforced the management guidelines put together based on the Philippine situation. Characteristics of...
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  • Telugu
    Children from diverse contexts – Children With Special Needs (CWSN), Inclusive Education - Understanding of Pedagogic methods – Enquiry based learning, Project based learning, Survey, Observation and Activity based learning - Individual and Group learning: Issues and concerns with respect to organizing learning...
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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 Mahal...
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  • Reviving the Architectural and Acoustical Theatre Heritage: the Role of Erato Project
    Acoustical Theatre Heritage: the Role of ERATO Project Naif Adel Haddad Department of Conservation Science, Queen Rania Institute of Tourism and Heritage, the Hashemite University, Zarqa , Jordan, E-mail: naifh@hu.edu.jo Abstract ERATO is a research project (2003-2006) entitled „Identification, Evaluation...
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  • Population of India
    |15-18 | | 4 |Effects of population explosion |19-25 | | 5 |The other effects of over population ...
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  • Environmental Pollution
    Environmental Pollution         Air pollution - Courtesy Nasa    The environmental pollution affect the health of more than 100 million people worldwide. Pollution is the contaminant into a natural environment, usually by humans. The specific types of pollution are Land pollution, Air Pollution, Water pollution...
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  • Role of Non Govt Organisations
    in bringing about local initiative and community participation in overall improvement in quality of life. Civic and Environmental Objective This aims at developing civic and environmental consciousness among the public. Organisation of civic amenities and sanitary facilities on a self-help basis...
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  • The Acid Rain Issue
    Acid Rain is a serious problem with disastrous effects. Every day this problem increases. Many believe that this issue is too small to deal with, but if the acid rain problem is not met with head on, the effects on people, plants, animals, and the economy will only worsen. In the following paragraphs...
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  • Environmental Impact Assesment
    Conservation TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION ONE 1. INTRODUCTION 2. IMPORTANCE OF EIA 3. HISTORY OF EIA IN INDIA 4. EIA FACTS 5. PLACE OF THE EIA IN THE PROJECT CYCLE 5.1. The EIA Cycle 5.2. The Assessment SECTION TWO 6. METHODOLOGIES FOR PREDICTING IMPACT IN AN EIA 6.1 Check-lists or EIA type methods 6.2 Matrix...
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  • Stolkes Hall Great House Development Plan
    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 presentations, publications and a website. ❖ Linkages with other organizations re investment and marketing for example Jamaica...
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  • Cultural Tourism
    will focus on a specific program, the so-called “Unification of the Archaeological Sites of Athens.” The paper will first give an overview of the project and examine its goals. Then, the government actions will be analyzed and critiqued within the framework of the five “tools”, as proposed by J. M....
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  • thesis
    natural and man-made attractions found in the place. The history of a place is felt through visits to old buildings and churches, and other places of historical value. Activities for tourist support the tourist attractions that a destinations offers. These beef up experience of visitors beyond appreciating...
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  • Planet Philippines
    improvements, but sometimes tourism has negative impacts, such 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...
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  • geography
    physical resources of the countryside such as hills, rivers and lakes. The second most popular activity was visiting heritage sites. This includes historical buildings and sites of historic significance. These are human resources. The third most popular activity was swimming. People like to swim at the...
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  • Cultural tourism
    ‘soft tourism’, which 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...
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  • Aluminum Smelter in Delphi
    start of it, which is an important theatre all over the world. These monuments history go back up to 1400 C. People from all over the 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...
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