Karnataka, India

Karnataka, India

State in southwestern India. The capital and largest city is Bangalore. Population 61,130,704 (9th among states). Geography The area of ​​the territory is 191,791 km². Karnataka is located in the southwestern part of India. It borders on the states of Maharashtra and Goa (in the north and northwest), Kerala and Tamil Nadu (in the south), […]

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10 Reasons to Go to China

10 Reasons to Go to China

Culture of China. China is home to one of the most civilizations in the world. China has a history spanning 5,000 years of artistic, philosophical and political development. Nature of China. A country that occupies such a vast territory on the surface of our planet as China cannot be deprived of natural beauties. About 300 […]

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Iran History

Iran History and Government

Currency: Riyal (IRR) is the monetary unit of Iran, banknotes are used: 100, 200, 500, 1000, 2000, 5000, 10000, 20000, 50000, 100000. The approximate exchange rate of 1 US dollar (USD) equals 30 012.50 Iranian rial (IRR) Language: Currently, the majority of the Iranian population (more than 60%) speaks Persian, also known as Farsi, Kurdish and Azerbaijani […]

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Turkey Archaeology

Turkey Archaeology

According to smber, relevant discoveries have been made concerning all periods of Anatolian archeology. As regards the lower Paleolithic, the cave of Yarımburgaz, 20 km west of Istanbul, should be mentioned in particular; moreover in 1985 the excavations of Karain near Antalya were resumed, where the levels of the Middle Paleolithic are still investigated. The […]

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Turkey Architecture

Turkey Architecture and Cinema

Architecture. – Thanks to the civil acceleration impressed, starting from the Thirties, by Kemal Atatürk, Turkey is perfectly aligned with the contemporary architectural excursus of the West, without however forgetting in any case its own historical and social peculiarities. The invitation addressed by President Atatürk to several exponents of the modern movement to collaborate in […]

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Turkey Arts

Turkey Arts

In Turkey modern art, in the western sense of the term, has a past of just a century. In the Ottoman era, the Islamic prohibition of representing the human figure, the negative attitude of fanatical religious circles as well as the country’s delay in participating in the industrial revolution hampered the development of art in […]

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Turkey Cinema

Turkey Cinema

Turkish cinema, which in November 2014 celebrated the centenary of its birth, has enjoyed a renewed splendor in recent years which is reflected not only in the large number of productions, but also in a growing academic interest and in the significant presence of cinema in prestigious international reviews and festivals dedicated to it, such […]

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