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History
by dwest61506
4 years ago
Sir Isaac Newton - Scientist, Theologian, Mint Master, Alchemist, and More

Sir Isaac Newton was one of the greatest minds the world has ever seen. He revolutionized the sciences of physics and mathematics. He also was an alchemist and became the Master of the Royal Mint. He wrote extensively on many topics in history and religion.

Travel & Places
by Kelly Daspit
7 years ago
Treehouse Point: Not Your Ordinary Paradise

If you are looking for something off the beaten path but still luxurious, Treehouse Point, a unique and ethereal resort, is the perfect place for a wedding, honeymoon, or just a weekend getaway. 

Lifestyle
by Susan-Wong
8 years ago
Hwangnyongsa Temple and Pagoda in Gyeongju, South Korea

Hwangnyongsa or Hwangnyong Temple was a Buddhist temple in the city of Gyeongju, South Korea. Its name means Yellow/Golden Dragon Temple or Imperial/Emperor Dragon Temple. Hwangnyongsa no longer exists, but once stood about 150 yards to the west of Bunhwangsa temple. It was built during the Silla period, in the 6th century, under the patronage of the Silla royal family. Being the nation's largest temple, Hwangnyongsa also housed the bulk of the country's major Buddhist treasures.

Lifestyle
by Uniasus
8 years ago
Ann Arbor's Zen Buddhist Temple

Ann Arbor's Zen Buddhist temple is a great place to learn about meditation and yoga.

Entertainment
by Eldriana
9 years ago
Temple Grandin-Knows the Mind of Autism and Cows

Have you ever had an autistic person tell you what it feels like to be autistic? Have you ever thought about what it might feel like to be a cow? Probably not but an autistic lady named Temple Grandin was the first person to give us insight into what...

Travel & Places
by Nickflick01
7 years ago
Visiting the temples of Angkor in one day

The Angkor Wat temples are one of the most popular attractions in Cambodia. Visiting these temples at sunrise allow for spectacular Angkor Wat photos and provide you with a fascinating insight into their history. With high ticket entry prices and a lot of ground to cover, this article highlights how best to tackle these beauties in one day.

Travel & Places
by Vanaja
5 years ago
Top 4 Holy Pilgrimage Destinations In India

Indian is considered a holy land. This article speaks about top 4 pilgrimage destinations of India that are visited by millions of visitors each year.

Travel & Places
by Maggical
7 years ago
Places You Must Go in Tibet

Tibet, a great land with rich tourism resources, both human and nature. Tibet has 3 world-class national nature reserve: Everest nature reserve, northern Changtang nature reserves, and Yarlung Zangbo Grand Canyon nature reserve. The Nature scenery mainly including snow mountain scenic area centered on the Himalayas, grassland scenic area centered on the northern Tibet Changtang Grasslands, natural scenic area centered on the eastern Tibet forests and gorges, and highland lake and mountain scenic area centered on holy mountains and holy lakes in Ngari. Tibet has more than 1700 well preserved temples, which including three world-class cultural heritages-the Potala Palace, the Jokhang Monastery and the Norbu Lingka.

Travel & Places
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10 years ago
Siem Reap, Cambodia: Places to Visit

Cambodia is located in Southeast Asia neighboring Vietnam, Thailand, and Laos. While the country is still recovering from a war there are plenty of places to visit while touring this friendly place. Siem Reap is one of the largest cities in the country and is located East of the Tonle Sap...

Environment
by redyelruc
8 years ago
Eco Friendly Buildings: The Temple of A Million Bottles

Read about the Temple of A Million Bottles, an eco friendly building constucted entirely from recycled materials in Sisaket, Thailand.

Lifestyle
by rspears01
10 years ago
Jesus and Animal Sacrifices

 When Jesus was a child, it was still the custom for doves to be offered as a sacrifice unto the Hebrew God. Peddlers sold the animals that were to be sacrificed outside the temple. In the Bible, there is an account that tells the story of how Jesus...

Home & Garden
by Melissa
7 years ago
Zen Gardens for Kids

Zen gardens are dry decorative spaces which usually contain sand, rocks and natural materials. Read about these Japanese rock gardens and how to make a zen garden with your child.

History
by radhikasree
8 years ago
The Legend Behind Abu Simbel Temple, Egypt

Abu Simbel temple was constructed by King Ramssese II of Egypt, in the fond memory of his wife, Neferteri. This article discusses the various carvings in this temple that depict the significant events happened in their life. Some pictures on the walls of Neferteri's tomb are also discussed in brief.

Travel & Places
by Dude88
8 years ago
Teotihuacan - Fun places to visit while vacationing in Mexico

Vacations in Mexico wouldn’t be complete without a trip to Teotihuacan, also known as the City of the Gods. Teotihuacan is a well-known archeological site located about 40 kilometers northeast of Mexico City. Here, your trip to Mexico will include the sight of some of the biggest pyramids on...

History
by Knight of Coins
4 years ago
History of Money: The Temple Bankers and Money-Changers of Ancient Greece & The Island of Delos

This article examines banking and money-lending in ancient Greece, including loans made to famous Greeks from the temple banks of Athens and Ephesus, the financing of overseas mercantile voyages, the bankers of the Temple of Apollo on the Aegean island of Delos, and the ancient Greek story of two "barbarian" slaves who were emancipated and went on to become some of the wealthiest merchant bankers in ancient Greece.

Travel & Places
by redyelruc
8 years ago
Off the Beaten Track: fun and unusual things to do in Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand.

With over 20 million visitors each year, getting off the beaten track in Thailand and trying something different and unusual is proving ever more difficult.  But for those of you with a touch of adventure in your soul and perhaps a little time to spare, making a trip to Ubon Ratchathani could prove to be just what you needed to make this trip to Thailand an unforgettable one.

History
by heanders
8 years ago
Teotihuacan: Birthplace of the Gods

This is an overview of Teotihuacan, an archaeological site in Mexico. It is dominated by two large pyramids, one the third largest in the world. Teotihuacan tours are popular with tourists visiting Mexico.

History
by Wrig90
5 years ago
The Seven Wonders Of The Ancient World

The Seven Wonders Of The Ancient World are fairly mysterious and incredibly interesting. Only one is still standing, with the details of the rest only found in archaeological studies and ancient history books. 

Travel & Places
by WinterWolf
5 years ago
10 Must Visit Famous Tourist Places in Kathmandu

Kathmandu Valley has been listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Site for its unique cultural and native assets. Kathmandu Valley and its constituent cities (Kathmandu, Lalitpur and Bhaktapur) have their own historical backgrounds.

Travel & Places
by danmont
8 years ago
Places to Visit in Malaysia - Penang

Penang, the "Pearl of the Orient" and one of the most amazing UNESCO world heritage sites

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