Blog Posts - Cultural Heritage



Unique Cultural Heritage

india is blessed wealthy culture and heritage. The culture of india is one among the oldest cultures within the world. Right from the medieval amount there prevail various cultural diversities in kind of dances, languages, religions, people, their cu...
by India Travel Blog on Jun 4, 2013

A visit to Hästholmen a villa forensis in Östergötland, Sweden

I’ve been lazy when it comes to archaeology blogging lately, partly due to lots and lots of work. The other day I was asked to meet up with some folks from Jönköping County administrative board to tell a little on Hästholmen, as they were vi...
by Testimony of the spade on Jun 1, 2013

A visit to Hästholmen a villa forensis in Östergötland, Sweden

I’ve been lazy when it comes to archaeology blogging lately, partly due to lots and lots of work. The other day I was asked to meet up with some folks from Jönköping County administrative board to tell a little on Hästholmen, as they were vi...
by Testimony of the spade on Jun 1, 2013

Ethiopia: Most World Heritage Sites in Africa

According to the UNESCO World Heritage list, Ethiopia has the biggest number of world heritage sites in Africa. With a total of nine natural and cultural heritage sites the country tops the list. Ethiopia and Morocco are first and second, respectivel...
by Deep Ethiopian on May 8, 2013

Kalinawa Art Foundation, Con Tour, as a Judge...

Last February 26, 2013, Ms. Sol Dinlayan, a Professor of Sociology and Philosophy of Bukidnon State University and a columnist of Bukidnon News under Bukidnon Views, texted the author of this Blog, an invitation to be one of the Panel of Judges for t...

Cultural Heritage Art Gallery in Tanzania

Cultural Heritage is a unique cultural center on the outskirts of Arusha, Tanzania. They have curio shops, a jewellery boutique, a Tanzanite and precious stone counter, a restaurant, bargain center and outstanding commercial art gallery. The Fine Ar...
by African Art Blog on Mar 6, 2013

Ancient times along the Swedish east coast – An archaeological seminar in Blankaholm

As I check my back-log I see that I need to blog more about archaeology, but it seems that time just haven’t been there. During the coming weekend there will be time for archaeology though as it is time for the 5th annual archaeological seminar in...
by Testimony of the spade on Feb 20, 2013

Ancient times along the Swedish east coast – An archaeological seminar in Blankaholm

As I check my back-log I see that I need to blog more about archaeology, but it seems that time just haven’t been there. During the coming weekend there will be time for archaeology though as it is time for the 5th annual archaeological seminar in...
by Testimony of the spade on Feb 20, 2013

The Rocky and Muddy Trail to the home of Mountain People

Blog Series 1:   The Rocky and Muddy Trail to the home of Mountain People Warning : This short series of post is not a usual travelers' path. Appreciation about how life would become more allusive is depending on ones' heart and percept...

The Bhau Daji Lad Mumbai City Museum

I love museums, and I can spend hours inside them pottering about and looking at their varied collections. And yet strangely, for some inexplicable reason, I have never really explored the museums in my city of Mumbai. Of course, I … Continue r...
by My Favourite Things on Jan 6, 2013

Osteo-doctoral day for Ylva Telldahl

Ylva Telldahl will do her doctoral defence for her thesis on December 19 at Stockholm University föreläsningssalen, Botaniska institutionen, Lilla Frescativägen 5 at 13:00. Her thesis is called: Working animals and skeletal lesions. Paleopathology...
by Testimony of the spade on Dec 10, 2012

Osteo-doctoral day for Ylva Telldahl

Ylva Telldahl will do her doctoral defence for her thesis on December 19 at Stockholm University föreläsningssalen, Botaniska institutionen, Lilla Frescativägen 5 at 13:00. Her thesis is called: Working animals and skeletal lesions. Paleopathology...
by Testimony of the spade on Dec 10, 2012

Christmas Parol

Christmas LanternsChristmas is one of the most celebrated holidays in the Philippines. In fact, the country has earned the distinction of celebrating the world's longest Christmas season, with Christmas carols heard as early as September and the seas...
by Amazing Davao on Dec 7, 2012

Puto Bumbong

Puto BumbongThis special post is warmly dedicated to all Filipinos overseas who are far away from home to celebrate Christmas together with their families. And because of great distance, they continue to endure their loneliness and longing only to ma...
by Amazing Davao on Nov 25, 2012

Georgian National Museum, Tbilisi, Georgia

I recently was in Georgia on a wine-tour in combination with EWBC. Now Georgia also poses lots of interesting archaeological finds and some of the oldest that can be connected to wine and wine producing. We visited the Georgian National Museums archa...
by Testimony of the spade on Nov 21, 2012

Tribu K’Mindanawan Cultural Village

Tribu K’Mindanawan Cultural VillageTribu K’Mindanawan is a cultural village in Davao City that showcases the richness and diversity of the various cultures and colorful heritage of the different i...
by Amazing Davao on Nov 17, 2012

Dhaagay Ladies Formal Wear Winter Sightly Collection 2012

Dhaagay Ladies Formal Wear Winter Sightly Collection 2012 Madiha Malik is a Pakistani based American... more »...
by funsouls on Nov 2, 2012

Museo Parian sa Sugbo, 1730 Jesuit House, Con Tour discovered something

It was during the Heritage de Cebu when I visited this old and heritage site of Parian District, the Museo Parian sa Sugbo. I don't have much stories to talk about this museum in Cebu, aside for being old and existed there in almost three (3) cent...

The arts sanctions impact on cultural heritage #Iran and the case of #Cuba.

by GERARDO CONTINO Doing damage with a broad brush. Since the beginning of 2012, increasingly severe economic sanctions have been imposed on Iran because of its nuclear program. The situation in the Islamic Republic took a critical turn this month as...
by Cubamas on Oct 18, 2012

The Obelisk at Colon Street, with DIY Travel Tips

Cebu City is the oldest City in the Philippines, according to the history. So, we would also expect that there are lots of old structures, monuments and other markers around here. Like the Obelisk in Colon Street that we visited during our Heritage T...


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