• Egypt
    take precedence over other gods. The sun provides light and warmth, without which we could not see. It also provides energy to crops, which were of supreme importance to historical cultures. In summary, this documentary had much ado about preserving the ancient knowledge of the Egyptians. Much of...
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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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  • Heritage of India
    shame that almost all of them are in a state of neglect. The governments at the centre and the concerned state are trying their best to keep their sanctity and beauty, but unless people realise the importance of preserving these symbols of India’s heritage, these monuments will continue to suffer....
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  • Preservation Versus Progression
    can contribute by continuously emphasizing and gaining public awareness of the paramount importance to preserve and protect our cultural heritage. This can be done by documenting the monuments and historical artifacts that are still present in our today’s world. Through these documentaries, people...
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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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  • Tourism Effects at Bru Na Boinne (Newgrange)
    to this area in early Irish historical sources and in the sixteenth-century Annals of the Four Master, means ‘the mansion’ or ‘palace of the Boyne’. Department of Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs (2002 p3). Bru na Boinne is of huge international importance, as is evidenced by its listing...
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  • Cultural Tourism
    same background and traditions to future generations and that need to be protected and developed.18The cultural heritage which is a historical and social possession of a society that bequeaths as legacy to future generations has its place in its cultural being and attains greater importance with...
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  • Art and War
    cultural properties during the war. Thus it leads people to realize the importance of peace. Also, the lecture could meet people’s interests in this art and war topic raised by the new movie “The Monuments Men”, which is co-written and directed by George Clooney, starred by George Clooney, Matt Damon...
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  • Culture
    defines ‘cultural heritage’ as “movable and immovable objects of artistic, architectural, historical, archaeological, ethnographic, palaentological and geological importance and includes information or data relative to cultural heritage pertaining to Malta or to any other country. This includes...
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  • With Reference to Both People and Places Discuss the Extent to Which Attitudes Towards Britain’s ‘Heritage’ Have Developed in Modern Times.
    came the threat of destruction to countless sites of historical and cultural importance. The foreboding possibility of losing these ancient sites saw the creation of a new heritage movement: the conservationists. John Ruskin, one of the great commentators of the conservation movement, said this on...
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  • Heritage Building
    required for fencing or covering or in any manner preserving the historical and/or architectural and/or aesthetic and/or cultural value of such building. “Conservation” means all the processes of looking after a place so as to retain its historical and/or architectural and/or aesthetic and/or cultural...
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  • Berlin Urban Form and Politcal Ideology
    . One can see that socialist ideology is very clever in that it does not change the urban form a huge amount however by preserving what was in the past, it can change the historical meaning and apply its own interpretation. Simply put the designers original intentions are thrown away and replaced...
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  • The Contribution of Personal Feelings to Individual Identity
    , measured, photographed, reconstructed, fenced off, analyzed, and displayed” (179). Anderson here suggests that museums in general exist in form of historical recorder, and people deal with museums mainly through visual contact. These historical monuments are evidences of people’s ancestors, and by...
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  • Ghuthisystem in Nepal
    . This strongly indicates the need of preserving such documents. Despite the fact that such documents bears such a significant importance, the situation of document storage and archival is amazingly poor. There is a very high chance of loss/damage of documents due to fire, natural disaster...
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  • World Cultural Heritage
    expresses a shared commitment in preserving our legacy for future generations. Preserving the world cultural heritage will develop awareness among the youngsters about the existence of it. Besides that, the importance of world cultural heritage also lies within the culture itself. The...
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  • Ancient History: Pompeii and Herculaneum
    Pompeii and Herculaneum Students learn about: Non-examinable background • stages of occupation • brief historical overview up to and including the eruption of AD 79 • early discoveries and brief history of the excavations • representations of Pompeii and Herculaneum over time...
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  • HOw to develop Addu as a Tourist destination
    resorts. Gan is a beautiful island with tarred roads and many facilities such as restraints, banks, sports and youth centre and many more. It has beautiful beaches and historical monuments for sightseeing. There are also many vacant buildings left by the British after their stay in Gan as their...
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  • Essay
    symbol of cultural expressions. The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) describes ancient monument as “Ancient Monument means any structure, erection or monument, or any tumulus or place of interment, or any cave, rock-sculpture, inscription or monolith which is of historical, archaeological or...
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  • Mexico Research
    traditions and sites. History is daily expressed in various aspects of their lives. Due to the pride that they have for their history leads to the importance of preserving and respecting their cultural and historical monuments. A good example of the preservation of their ancient traditions is the practice...
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  • Environmental Awareness
    historical perspective. It is deemed as criminal offence if someone destroys, removes, injures, alters, defaces, imperils or misuses a protected monument. It is disheartening to note that some people, forgetting that they are doing an irreparable damage to invaluable archaeological masterpieces...
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