Importance Of Historical Monuments Essays and Term Papers

  • Role of Ppp in Conserving Monuments

    Indian Monuments India is among one of the rare and unique countries in the world which stands for its ancient cultures and traditions, which range through a span of centuries. It is clearly evident from the remains of the ancient monuments and traces in the different parts of India. The Indian monuments...

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  • Hamlet

    built heritage were destroyed in these few years; however, the public did not acknowledge the impacts of demolishing our precious historical buildings and the importance of conserving them. Not only can cultural heritage enhance the uniqueness of the city, it also can contribute to the civic pride and...

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  • Egypt

    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 Egypt, one of the man-made wonders...

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  • Historical Tourism

    INTRODUCTION TO HISTORICAL TOURISM HISTORICAL TOURISM CONCEPT AND MEANING: Historical tourism refers to a kind of tourism, where the tour or tour group focuses on the history; history of some place, people, thing, or events.[1] They go, see, study, discuss and experience places where historical things...

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  • Heritage of India

    brought with them their own traditions which got intermixed and integrated with the pre-existing traditions.It is said that India is dotted with monuments since antiquity. The country has a rich cultural heritage. Our ancient rulers had great fascination for magnificent buildings like forts, temples...

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  • Studying Islamic Architecture: Challenges and Perspectives

    article “Studying Islamic Architecture: Challenges and Perspectives” deals with a basic question that ‘why is western architecture always given more importance in practical and theory as compare d to that of Islamic architecture’? The article very well talks about the issue of western architecture being...

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  • International Charter for the Conservation and Restoration of Monuments and Sites (the Venice Charter 1964)

    THE CONSERVATION AND RESTORATION OF MONUMENTS AND SITES (THE VENICE CHARTER 1964) IInd International Congress of Architects and Technicians of Historic Monuments, Venice, 1964. Adopted by ICOMOS in 1965. Imbued with a message from the past, the historic monuments of generations of people remain to the...

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  • Heritage vs History

    successes, experiences, to have a better understanding of where you come from, the list goes on. Society takes a personal view on what is or isn’t historical and what makes something important or not. There are two ways to distinguish the past, history and heritage. The history tends to be the cold hard...

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  • Silk

    tracks of the Silk Road, and the ancient world is gone, but its historical importance is increasingly recognized. Many sites are still preserved and distinguishable to this day. Many sites are also preserved for cultural and historical tradition and integrity. Many efforts, today, are being made to...

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  • Roman Greek History

    connection between the Greek and Roman Worlds. The Greeks were a society that has inspired many works of the Romans. Both created wonderful works of monuments, buildings, and temples which are well remembered in history. The works of the Roman and the Greek temple architectures can be thoroughly discussed...

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  • Historical Places of Pakistan

    Pakistan is a country in which you would find a variety of historical places that signify the unique traditions and culture of the country. These places are of extraordinary significance for people interested in history, at the same time they may act as an attraction for tourists. The tourism industry...

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  • The Warsaw Ghetto

    depicted in the Warsaw Monument which was sculpted by Natan Rappaport in 1948. The monument tells the story of an uprising and downfall of brave Jewish prisoners during the Holocaust. The materials used, its location, and the overall appearance shed a light to its importance of that day. The materials...

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  • Rise of Luxury in India

    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 attracting lot of tourist to come to India and experience it so it’s becoming...

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  • Preservation Versus Progression

    memorials. These monuments definitely play a significant part in improving the economic development of the country by attracting various foreigners from all corners of the globe to visit the country. Take Singapore as an example, Singapore is a magnificent treasure box of vastly riveting historical places. Filled...

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  • ARCA1000 Research Assignment #1

    The fundamental importance of Context in the Archaeology of the Intangibles By Rebecca Lee Culture history in archaeology involves the study of artifacts and objects that articulate the background of past human culture. It is imperative to understand the context of space and time in these artifacts...

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  • Citizenship in the nation

    serves this nation. d. Choose a national monument that interests you. Using books, brochures, the Internet (with your parent's permission), and other resources, find out more about the monument. Tell your counselor what you learned, and explain why the monument is important to this country's citizens...

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  • Berlin Urban Form and Politcal Ideology

    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 was to restore self-respect to each individual German (Hall...

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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 the...

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  • Conservation of heritage site of dhaka city

    criteria (Aesthetic, Typical, Scarcity, Historical role, Enhancement of adjacent areas, Superlatives) the fulfillment of one or more of which would make a site worthy of conservation. Reigl (1902) categorized the parameters in basic five typologies- Age, Historical, Commemorative, Use, Newness. Lipe (1984)...

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  • Rizal

    BOROBUDUR NATIONAL ARCHAELOGICAL PARK Borobudur, a large late eight century Buddhist monument located in central Java near Yogyakarta, Indonesia, is one of the most impressive and important archaeological sites in Southeast Asia. From the early 1970s to the early 1980s, major reconstruction works...

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