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    Physical Features of Scotland

    6 years ago

    A country of striking natural beauty, Scotland is characterized by rugged hills and by deep glacial lakes known as lochs. It is almost entirely surrounded by the sea, which encroaches in deeply penetrating

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    15 Facts about Granada, Spain

    4 years ago

    Granada is a city and province in southeastern Spain. It is situated on the Genil River, at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains, 225 miles (360 km) south of Madrid, near the Mediterranean Sea.

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    11 Facts about Geneva, Switzerland

    6 years ago

    Geneva is a city and canton in Switzerland. The city of Geneva, enclosing the western end of Lake Geneva, was the bastion of Protestantism in the 16th century under John Calvin. Between World Wars I and II it was

  • 1

    10 Cool Facts about Bahrain

    6 years ago

    Bahrain is an independent kingdom, formerly under British protection, consisting of several islands in the Persian Gulf. It is situated about 13 miles (21 km) east of Saudi Arabia.

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    Physical Features of Sri Lanka

    6 years ago

    Sri Lanka is an island nation situated in the Indian Ocean southeast of India. It was known as Ceylon before 1972, when it changed its name to Sri Lanka -the island's ancient Sinhalese name, meaning "the resplendent land."

  • 2

    Physical Features of Japan

    6 years ago

    In structure the Japanese archipelago can be regarded as the higher portions of several largely volcanic mountain ranges, which rise from the floor of the Pacific Ocean and form a portion of the circum-Pacific

  • 1

    Facts About Tourism in Japan

    4 years ago

    The Japanese people enjoy tourism from an early age, and the business and art of caring for travelers has long been an integral part of the national life. Each milestone in the school career of young Japanese is traditionally

  • 4

    Facts about Marseille, France

    6 years ago

    Marseille is the second largest city in France. The country's most important port, Marseille (sometimes anglicized as Marseilles) is situated on the Mediterranean coast east of the mouth of the Rhône River.

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    Physical Features and Climate of Portugal

    6 years ago

    Portugal is a country in Europe on the western side of the Iberian Peninsula between Spain and the Atlantic Ocean. Roughly rectangular in shape, it extends 350 miles (560 km) from north to south and

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    20 Facts about Lyon, France

    6 years ago

    Lyon is the third-largest city in France. Lyon is situated at the point where the turbulent Rhône River from the Alps and the slower-moving Saône River from Burgundy unite to flow south to the Mediterranean Sea

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    Physical Features and Natural Resources of Colombia

    6 years ago

    Colombia lies in the "Ring of Fire," an area of seismic instability that surrounds the Pacific Basin and is subject to frequent volcanic eruptions and earthquakes. The country's most notable surface feature is the Andes mountain system

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    Physical Features and Natural Resources of Bolivia

    6 years ago

    Bolivia is about one-third mountainous and two-thirds lowland. In western Bolivia and northern Chile the Andes mountains reach their greatest width, approximately 400 miles (650 km) between Arica (Chile) and Santa Cruz.

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    15 Facts about the Historic City of Verona

    6 years ago

    Verona is the capital of Verona Province and the second most important center (after Venice) of the Veneto Region. It lies 90 miles east of Milan, on both banks of the Adige River, between the foothills

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    Physical Features of Denmark

    6 years ago

    Although the highest point in the country reaches no loftier elevation than 568 feet (173 meters), Denmark is a land of scenic variety and beauty. Its landscape shifts from open farmland to beech forest,

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    25 Facts About Kyoto

    2 years ago

    Kyoto is former capital of Japan and for more than a thousand years the center of traditional Japanese culture. Located in west-central Honshu, in the picturesque valley of the Kamo River with surrounding mountains,

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    The History and Development of Japanese Sculpture

    6 years ago

    In Japan, sculptures may be found among the oldest archaeological remains of the Jomon period (3d–1st millennium). These earliest sculptures, made of clay, take the form of female fertility images

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    The History and Development of Indian Sculpture

    6 years ago

    The most ancient of the Asian sculptural traditions is that of India, where remarkable works were produced by the Indus Valley, or Harappan, civilization, which flourished from about 2500 B.C.

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    Physical Features of South Africa

    6 years ago

    Republic of South Africa is the largest and most powerful of several states situated in the southernmost part of Africa. South Africa is a country of great diversity and beauty with a wide variety of landscapes

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    Plant and Animal Life in South Africa

    6 years ago

    The best known of South Africa's national parks is the Kruger, which occupies an area of some 8,000 square miles (20,700 sq km) bordering Mozambique. The park has a subtropical climate.

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    The Description of Amsterdam

    6 years ago

    Amsterdam is the largest city in the Netherlands. It is the commercial, banking, and industrial center of the country and the official capital, although the actual seat of government is The Hague.

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    Physical Features of the Philippines

    4 years ago

    From the air the Philippines is seen as a series of mountain slopes softened by tropical growth and interrupted by cultivated plains and terraces, as well as by inland seas and channels.

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    Iconography and Iconology in World Religions and Faiths

    7 years ago

    Iconography and iconology are interdependent sciences concerned with the visual arts and architecture as reflections of a culture. Broadly speaking, the terms are sometimes used interchangeably.

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    The Function of Drawings

    7 years ago

    Throughout the history of postmedieval art, at least until the 20th century, drawing has been a technically ancillary, although essential, activity. It has served many purposes; but, unlike paintings,

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    Interior Design: Characteristics of Interior Space

    7 years ago

    As important as the needs of the client in determining an interior design program are the physical characteristics of the space itself. In interior design there is always, by definition, an

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    Art Deco Facts and History

    7 years ago

    Art deco is a style of decorative arts, graphics, and architecture of the early 20th century that is considered the first universal style based on legitimate principles of design to have emerged in Europe

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