The Timeless Beauty Of Archaeology, Art, And Architecture (47 PICS)

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"Gloucester Cathedral - An English Cathedral Of The 11th Century, It Is One Of The Masterpieces Of Gothic Architecture Around The World..."

"Even After 1000 Years, The Ancient Persian Vertical-Axis Windmills Are Still Operational Today"

"Kailasa Temple In Ellora, Maharashtra, India, Is The World’s Largest Monolithic Piece Of Art"

"Master craftspeople carved the gigantic structure from a single piece of solid rock in a cave on a mountainside. The entire building took more than two decades to carve."

 

"The Prague Astronomical Clock, The Medieval Clock Was Installed In 1410 And Is Considered To Be The Oldest Operating Astronomical Clock In The World"

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"A Bookshelf In The Abbey Of Waldsassen In Bavaria,germany"

"Built In The Abhaneri Village Of Rajasthan, India, It Is More 1,000 Years Old And Is 100 Feet Deep With 13 Floors And 3,500 Symmetrically Placed Thin Steps!"

"The Ark (Узб. Ark, Перс. ارگ بخارا‎) Of Bukhara Is A Massive Fortress Located In The City Of Bukhara, Uzbekistan . 5 -20 Centuries"

"This Enormous Underground City That Once Housed 20,000 People Was Accidentally Discovered By A Man After Knocking Down A Wall In His Basement"

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"Castle Runkelstein/Roncolo Dates Back To The 13th Century"

"Upper Lausitzian Library Of Sciences, 1779, Gorlitz, Germany"

"It is the region’s most important library containing about 150,000 volumes, making it the largest library in Görlitz and the region, revered for promoting knowledge sharing between Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic."

 

"Templo De Los Guerreros, Chichén Itzá"

"This Building, Known As The Treasury Is One Of A Series Of Buildings In Petra That Was Built By The Nabateans Who Followed A Pagan Religion And Were Closely Linked To The People Of Thamud. They Were Renowned For Their Elaborate Skill Of Carving Into Rocks"

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"Chepstow Castle Sits Atop A Cliff Across The River Wye Which Separates England And Wales"

"Mycenaean Bronze Daggers, Inlaid With Gold And Silver. 16th Century Bc"

"Terrace Houses In Ephesus"

"Divers Shining Lights On A Head Of Serapis, Found In The Sunken Egyptian Coastal Town Of Canopus"

"The full statue was once over 4 metres tall and dates to circa 200 B.C."

 

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"Bird Perfume Bottle With Stopper, 1880-1890"

"Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto"

 

"The Spanish Synagogue Is The Most Recent Synagogue In The Prague Jewish Town"

"Built in 1868 for the local Reform congregation on the site of the 12th-century Altschul, which was the oldest synagogue in the Prague ghetto.

It was called the Spanish Synagogue for its impressive Moorish interior design, influenced by the famous Alhambra. The building was designed by Josef Niklas and Jan Bělský, the remarkable interior (from 1882–83) by Antonín Baum and Bedřich Münzberger."

 

"Bodiam Castle, England"

"El Mosaico Antiguo Intacto Más Grande Del Mundo- Antakya-Turquía"

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"Margravial Opera House. Bayreuth, Germany"

"The Margravial Opera House, one of the masterpieces of Baroque theater architecture, built between 1745 and 1750 Commissioned by Margravine Wilhelmine, wife of Frederick, Margrave of Brandenburg Bayreuth, it was designed by the famous theater architect Giuseppe Galli Bibiena."

 

"The Algerian City Of Sivar.. The Eighth Wonder Of The World"

"The oldest civilization in the world

The city of Sivar, also called the city of mystery and the eighth wonder of the world, is located in the "Tassili N'Ajer" series in the middle of the Djanet desert, southeastern Algeria.

The largest open-air museum includes drawings and engravings dating back more than 15,000 years, representing the oldest civilization in the world and is registered with UNESCO."

 

"A Fayum Portrait Of A Little Girl From Hawara, Egypt, 1st Century Bc. Discovered With The Mummy Of Demos, Who May Have Been The Child's Mother. Egyptian Museum, Cairo"

"The Celsus Library, Ephesus"

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Meus 1 year ago
#2 Panemone wind mills. Appropriate technology.
       
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Woody 1 year ago
Meus,
Considering they still work... why we making stupid ones now? The vertical design is mich safer and more efficient than the pinwheel.
       
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Caleb 1 year ago
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