• Hamlet
    its experience, we recommend that the Hong Kong authorities improve the current systems and the scope of protection be extended to private historical monuments. B. Background In the past century, Hong Kong has been developed from a small rural community into one of the most influencing and...
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  • Role of Ppp in Conserving Monuments
    importance by Archeological Survey of India provided it meets the following requirement: 1. The monument or archeological site is not less than 100 yr. 2. It has special historical, archeological or artistic interest, making it worthy of declaration as of national importance. 3. It...
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  • International Charter for the Conservation and Restoration of Monuments and Sites (the Venice Charter 1964)
    . Article 3. The intention in conserving and restoring monuments is to safeguard them no less as works of art than as historical evidence. CONSERVATION Article 4. It is essential to the conservation of monuments that they be maintained on a permanent basis. Article 5. The conservation of...
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  • Historical Tourism
    places where historical things occurred. The places will be a portrayal of history of that country or the region and tells about the past happenings. Tourists usually visit those places of historical importance to know about the culture, tradition, past happenings etc and get to know about the...
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  • Studying Islamic Architecture: Challenges and Perspectives
    Islamic architecture is not given importance as compared to that of western architecture. Therefore, if we want this to change, then we need to change ourselves. We will have to stop destroying our own monuments, stop scribbling on them and also the government should take some active measures so that...
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  • Egypt
    Ian Clutter Cultural Anthropology Evelyn Christner Egypt: The Quest for Eternity Much of the historical Egyptian culture was based around the laboring of peasants who were to build monuments which would grant their rulers immortal life. These monuments are presently known as the Pyramids of...
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  • Heritage of India
    important role in giving us some historical monuments. Indian History is full of the rise and fall or many kingdoms and empires. Monuments, built by the kings and the emperors of every period, throw light on the past history of India. These monuments exhibit the glory of Indian and are part of our...
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  • The Role of Local Site Conditions in the Seismic Assessment of Historical Monuments
    The Role of Local Site Conditions in The Seismic Assessment of Historical Monuments J. Cvetanovska, V. Sesov, I. Gjorgiev & K. Edip University Ss. Cyril and Methodius, Institute of Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Seismology-Skopje, Macedonia SUMMARY: Presented in this paper are the...
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  • Heritage vs History
    of the Lincoln monument and the Washington memorial uniting it physically and historically to the site. Now, this is not a preservation project but it is showing the link between history and its importance of being remembered. This proves history as an historical association, this monument is all...
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  • Rise of Luxury in India
    STRUCTURE: ABSTRACT INTRODUCTION LITERATURE REVIEW METHODOLOGY CONCLUSION Rise of luxury tourism in India: Railway experience and Historical Monumental Abstract: Today, India is home of many beautiful ancient monuments heritage and have historical places. It is...
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  • Roman Greek History
    monument belongs and what the stylistic features are that are representative of that period. Why are these features representatives of the period (historical/contextual reasons)? Religion has been well known for centuries and has developed many places for people to practice and worship their...
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  • ARCA1000 Research Assignment #1
    or site. Conclusion Context is of fundamental importance when studying the archaeology of the intangibles, especially when there is no textual evidence to accompany the artifact. Through the detailed study of context in artifacts or monuments, archaeologists are able to analyse and interpret...
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  • The Warsaw Ghetto
    the group of Jews being marched to their deaths. This side Rappaport made from the gray, dark granite to show the sorrow of the defeated Jewish fighters. The materials, location, and appearance of the monument tie together this historical event. Natan Rappaport even battled with himself on what it...
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  • Rizal
    being planned, and an important tourist destination in its own right. The park plan formulation gave much consideration to the importance of the monuments in the tourism and educational process, their impact on the local communities, and the need for continuing research and preservation of other...
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  • Historical Places of Pakistan
    , settlements and castles. It also used to be the capital of the Budhist Kingdom so tourists might come across multiple Budha monuments in the city. The three sites mentioned above are historical sites of utmost importance, but there are other historical sites in the country which attract tourists from...
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  • The Religious Symbolism and Architecture of Angkor Wat and Borobudur
    the sun adds another dimension to the divinity of the temple. Ankgor Wat’s architecture does not only exhibit its religious roots, but also displays the importance of astronomy and cosmology. It “contains calendrical, historical, and mythological data encoded into its measurements.” Because...
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  • Berlin Urban Form and Politcal Ideology
    as a result. There were also railway stations planned for north and south Berlin as was Siegesallee, or the Lane of Victory. Adolf Hitler, leader of the Nazi party, had an obsession with building big monuments and when queried as to why he always wanted to build the biggest, he would say that it...
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  • The Dome of the Rock
    I agree with you in many ways. Jerusalem is the single most complex city in terms of cultural, religious and historical importance to the world’s leading monotheist belief; Judaism, Islam, and Christianity. You mentioned (and I agree) that the Dome is one of the earliest Islamic monuments that...
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  • Spaces in Transition
    PUBLIC SPACES IN TRANSITION: THE POST-SOVIET MONUMENTS AND THEIR FAITH ESSAY Introduction. Meaning of monuments: how does everything start? I wonder how often we do realize the importance of environment that surrounds us. Simple walking down the avenue, a cup of coffee with your friend in...
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  • Ukraine
    products, sunflower oil, meat, milk, canned fruits and vegetables. There are 836 archaeological sites located in Chernivtsi region, including 18 of national value. The region also has 585 historical monuments including two of national value. There are 779 architecture monuments, 112 of which are national...
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