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Las Vegas Insight

The Happy Nomad - for Backpackers by Backpackers Sin city or better known as Las Vegas, is one of the most visited places in the United States of America. Vegas offers a little bit of everything, from dinning in a lavish restaurants,... b...
by The Happy Nomad on Mar 26, 2016

Top Four Relaxing Activities for Visitors to Sorrento

‘Picture Perfect!’ That’s what anyone who’s been to the idyllic Sorrento Coast has to say about this popular Italian destination. Located in Southern Italy, this seaside resort is dotted with rolling green hills bursting with the fragrance of...
by We care about your travel on Mar 9, 2016

Some Characteristics of Wooden Privacy Fences In Order To Build One

Wooden privacy fences are one such type of fence that can be used to surround houses and gardens. The history of solid wooden fences can be traced back to Ancient Rome and Greece, when the armies of both the nations started building fortifications wi...
by Home Design Ideas on Dec 16, 2015

Romania ranked first in the list of recommendations for foreign tourists

The following countries from the list of 12 destinations worth visiting are: Madagascar, Iceland, Vietnam, Kyrgyztan, Kiribati, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Sierra Leone Dominican Republic, Norway, Uruguay. Norwegian Gunnar Garfors, which is new media con...
by We care about your travel on Oct 20, 2015

The best way to see Pompeii

Exploring Pompeii with an awesome guide. All around us, tourists began to run for the exits. In the distance, a low grumble poured over the valley between us and Mount Vesuvius. As infrequent yet massive drops of water left craters in the dust at our...
by eTravelTrips on Sep 3, 2015

Museum island Part 1 (Berlin archaeology museums)

Amazon statues outside the neues museumAn equestian AmazonMural on the museum ceilingCypriot KourosCyrpiot MedusaVotive offerings from CyprusCyprus being near the middle east and being colonized by the Mucenean Greeks had developed a unique artistic...

Ancient Roman Concrete Was Inspired By Volcanic Chemistry

In 1982, the ground beneath the historic port city of Pozzuoli began to rise like a cake in the oven. Within two years, the swell had exceeded 6 feet. Then the earth started shaking—first, a swarm of microquakes. When the first magnitude 4 quak...

ISIS: Killing for sport Roman-style! (Video)

Let's use a phrase that describes many of the things that are happening as we speak around the world today: 'History tends to repeat itself!'In this case I do not speak of Barack Obama's Neville Chamberlain-like attempt to negotiate with the sociopat...
by The Political Commentator on Jun 1, 2015

Rome by Sunset and Night Walks

I visited Rome for the second time in April, and this time I was accompanied by my mother. When planning to walk around Rome, I was considering my mother’s condition […]...
by indahs travel photography on May 4, 2015

In English: Iconography of a Pompeian painting (scene situated in the House of Pygmies)

Overview of frescoThis scene is represented in the House called Pygmies of Pompeii, and was fresco on one wall of the room 8 thereof. Although there other paintings on various subjects were discovered, as representing a cupid or a couple of painters,...

Eastern Roman Empire (Byzantine Empire) (Crash Course, 12. By John Green, 2012)

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by SS-CCSS on Jan 14, 2015

Gladiator (Film directed by Ridley Scott, 2000): Batalla en Germania (2ª)

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by SS-CCSS on Nov 5, 2014

Halloween: Witches, old rites and modern fun. By Candida Moss (Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity) -BBC: Religion and Ethics-

> Read the article hereTry the Hallowen cake recipe...
by SS-CCSS on Oct 31, 2014

Rome : A History of the Eternal City 3/3 (Simon Sebag Montefiore. BBC, 2012)

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by SS-CCSS on Oct 31, 2014

Ancient Rome (Crash Course, 10. By John Green, 2012)

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by SS-CCSS on Oct 31, 2014

Christianity from Judaism to Constantine (Crash Course, 11. By John Green, 2012)

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by SS-CCSS on Oct 31, 2014

Jesus Christ Superstar (1973) Trailer

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by Film trailers World on Jul 30, 2014

Rome, Italy.

Photo by furkl.Filed under: Photos / Quotes Tagged: ancient rome, italy, rome, rome photos...
by Simple.Interesting on May 29, 2014

5 Things You Didn't Know About Roman Fashion

1. Not everyone wore togas. Only free-born  men  were allowed to wear togas (as a sign of  citizenship), while women wore stolas. Prostitutes and adulterers wore togas, because they were not allowed to wear stolas and this male ga...
by Classics and Ancient History on May 12, 2014

The Similarities You Never Saw Coming

The popular book and television series, Game of Thrones, portrays a world rich with magic, adventure, romance, and history. While most fans of the series thoroughly enjoy the refreshing originality of the series; others would say that Game of Th...
by Classics and Ancient History on May 1, 2014


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