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أرض الأحلام والشمس والبحر والرمال الذهبية كنوز تاريخية وحضارة حديثة متجددة

تفخر بثروة هائلة من التراث الحضاري العريق الذي ازدهرت به تركيا على مدى القرون الماضية فهي الجسر الثقافي الحضاري الذي يربط بين الشرق والغرب وهي البوتقة التي انصهرت بها الثقافات والأفكار  والفلسفات العديدة لتخلق بلداًيتجدد جماله الخلاب على مر السنين

تعرف تركيا ( بمهد الحضارة ) لأنها تتمتع بتراث ثقافي عريق ازدهرت به على مدى القرون الماضية More

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Bay of Fundy =CANADA=

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The Bay of Fundy is renowned for having the highest tides on the planet (16.2 metres or 53 feet). One hundred billion tonnes of sea water flow in and out of the Bay of Fundy twice daily – more water than the combined flow of all the world’s fresh water rivers. Fundy’s extreme tides create a dynamic and diverse marine ecosystem. The Bay is renowned for its coastal rock formations, extreme tidal effects (vertical, horizontal, rapids and bores) and sustainable coastal development. It is also a critical international feeding ground for migratory birds, a vibrant habitat for rare and endangered Right whales, and one of the world’s most significant plant and animal fossil discovery regions. The Bay of Fundy is located between the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia on North America’s east coast.

 

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The coast of Morocco magic never ends شواطىء المغرب السحر الذي لا ينتهي

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The shores of the north city of Tangier bride

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Mustansiriya University

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Interested in all Abbasid caliphs in science and scientists, since the reign of the first Abbasid Caliph, and until the last Khalifa, the scientists great home to them, bestow them with gifts and money for every book or piece of scientific by any world, there are many, and said that some of the caliphs gave the weight of the books went to their authors, and this certainly opens the abundance of gifted scientists to their scientific and intellectual.

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Hour history of Big Ben in London

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King Edward built the Palace of Westminster I, which was expanded by King William I (Conqueror). Parliament convened for the first time in this place in the late thirteenth century, but the existing buildings damaged by Big Ben was built in the wake of burning of the palace of King Edward in 1837.

 

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Kimono

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Kimono (Japanese: 着 物) is a traditional dress in Japan. Word kimono in the Japanese language means “clothing” in general (where “Ki” (着) is an act of the sense of “ambiguity”, “Mono” (物) means “nothing.” And thus have a “kimono” any sense of “the thing that wears”) , but today it is widely used to refer to Japanese traditional long dress worn by men, women and children, is known for kimono looks beautiful and colorful kimonos, especially women. Kimono dress is a T-shaped with a length of the ankle with wide sleeves and Fitness. Kimono wraps around the body so that the left-wing party over the right-wing party, except in cases of death and burial shall be the right-wing party over the left-wing party and wrapped a belt called the Obi-linking from the back to tighten it. Wear kimonos usually associated with a pair of shoes to wear traditional so-called paranoid or Gita, with a pair of socks of thumb called TAPI.

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Vienna

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Vienna, Austria, and the leading cultural center in Europe. City famous for art fairs, churches and theaters. Berg is the scene above, features a large Vienna.
Vienna, Austria, and the largest city, with a population of 1,539,858 people. Located in the north-eastern part of Austria, on the southern bank of the River Danube.

 

 

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