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Popular Festivals in Afghanistan
Popular Festivals in Afghanistan The Afghans have always celebrated their festivals with dollops of enthusiasm. Afghan festivals can broadly be categorised into three types: Traditional, National and Religious. Nauroz is the largest and best known festival of Afghanistan. Jeshyn-Afghan Day, a national day, is observed on 19August. Most Afghans have adopted Islam as their religion and celebrate all their religious festivals with devotion and zeal. Popular Festivals Ashura 10th Day of the month of Muharram Musharram commemorates the martyrdom of Prophet Mohammed's grandson, Imam Hussain or Husayn bin Ali, whom Shias regard as the rightful successor the Prophet. Muharram is the first month month day of Islamic calendar. Ashura is the tenth day ...
 
Culture of Syria
Culture of Syria The scribes of the city of Ugarit created a cuneiform alphabet in the fourteenth century BCE. The alphabet was written in the familiar order we use today. Archaeologists have discovered extensive writings and evidence of a culture rivaling those of Mesopotamia and Egypt in and around the ancient city of Ebla. Later Syrian scholars and artists contributed to Hellenistic and Roman thought and culture. Cicero was a pupil of Antiochus of Ascalon at Athens; and the writings of Posidonius of Apamea influenced Livy and Plutarch. Philip Hitti claimed, the scholars consider Syria as the teacher for the human characteristics, and Andrea Parrout writes, each civilized person in the world should admit that he has two home count...
 
Niagara Park Botanical Gardens
Niagara Park Botanical Gardens Nine kilometers north of the Falls along the Niagara Parkway is the Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens and School of Horticulture. Established in 1936, it features a highly-respected residential school for training horticultural students. Horticultural excellence is the keynote of the School of Horticulture. One hundred acres of immaculately maintained gardens provide a visual feast for some three quarters of a million visitors annually. The visitor may schedule an overall view of a great variety of gardens in an afternoon self-guided tour-or may linger for days or even weeks to savour the subtleties of the plant world as seen in the herb garden, the vegetable garden, the rose garden or the splendid arboretum, embrac...
 
Languages of the United Kingdom
Languages of the United Kingdom The United Kingdom does not have a constitutionally defined official language. English is the main language (being spoken monolingually by more than 90% of the UK population) and is thus the de facto official language. Though the UK does not de jure have an official language, the predominant spoken language is English, a West Germanic language descended from Old English featuring a large number of borrowings from Old Norse, Norman French and Latin. The English language has spread across the world (largely due to the British Empire) and has thus become the business language of the world. Worldwide, it is taught as a second language more than any other. The other indigenous languages of the UK are Scots (which is clos...
 
Geography of Poland
Geography of Poland The Geography of Poland makes this country a favorable tourist destination for the nature lovers. Geography of Poland includes lakes, rivers, national parks, mountains and geology. Poland Geography includes the geology of the beautiful country of Poland. There are moraine landscapes located in the northern part of Poland. In these spots, soils are made up of loam as well as sand. Granites and basalts in Poland are found in the Beskids and the High Tatras. Rivers in Poland is also a part of Geography of Poland. One of the well-known rivers flowing through this country is Vistula. This river is around 1,047 kilometers. There are also various tributaries of this river. The Bug and Warta are the other popular terr...
 
Beaches of South Africa
Beaches of South Africa Bikini Beach- Awarded the Blue Flag, this is a small beach by the harbour in Gordons Bay . A very fashionable area and plenty of facilities. Be aware that the water height drops quickly at this beach. Strand Beach - Situated on the False Bay, ½ an hours drive from Cape Town , is a long sweeping beach with a waves to suit all ages, rock pools and a sea swimming pool are there for children, watch the sun set behind Table Mountain and admire the spectacular Hottentots Holland Mountains. Parking is plentiful although on sunny weekends it can become incredibly busy along the Beach Road . There are a few Ice cream shops along the beach. Grotto Beach - Situated alongside the quaint town of Hermanus , Grotto Beach is l...
 
Bolikhamsai Province
Bolikhamsai Province Bolikhamsai province contains part of the wilderness area known as the Nakai - Nam Theun National Biodiversity Conservation Area the largest conservation area in the country at 3700 sq km. The area is home to over a dozen threatened species including Asiatic black bear, clouded leopard, elephant, giant muntjac, guar, Malayan sun bear, and tiger. The saola (spindlehorn) or Vu Quang Ox - Pseudoryx nghetinhensis was discovered in neighbouring Vietnam in 1992 and sighted since then in Laos in the conservation area. Only two other land mammals have been classified with their own genus this century. The first live saola was captured in neighbouring Khammouane province in 1996. The capital of Bolikhamsai is Paxxan, w...
 
Fiji
Fiji Bula, This is the national word to wish you welcome and you will hear this word everywhere you go because the fijan people are the most friendly people that i saw in my live.when you enter in a village everyone wish you welcome.amazing... A great destination, a truly paradise for me because there are a lot things to do, tha weather is nice, people very friendly, amazing landscapes, great views, beaches, colour of wather, prices are not expensive...only one big bad things are the roads expect the queen's and king's road and even a part of the Queen's road is very very bad. This is a shame not for us tourists but FOR the people who live there. This is a truly paradise.
 
Opportunities and excitement in Malta
Opportunities and excitement in Malta Recent events in Malta and Gozo have emphasized just how important the tourism industry is to the islands, both in terms of employment as well as in terms of the economy. Despite its size, however, the islands could offer a more varied itinerary through the many local festivals that are particular to each of the 67 local council zones. As far as employment is concerned, with an unemployment figure of just 4.8 percent (as of November 2006), a look through the main newspapers over the first two months will reveal an extensive selection of jobs and opportunities, particularly in the tourism field. Over the past fortnight, Ryanair was also looking for airline staff from Malta and the first indications did show that th...
 
Culture of Sri Lanka
Culture of Sri Lanka Sri Lanka lies practically in the center of the Indian Ocean and thus has climatic and cultural links with three continents. Monsoon winds, driving against Sri Lanka's peaks, support lush vegetation on the southern half of the island, but the northern half is a dry zone. The winds affect human culture as well, having brought wave after wave of immigrants and merchants following the southerly trade routes. Outsiders found a wide range of ecological niches on the coast, on the plains, or in the mountains, and they built a remarkably variegated civilization. Merchants long have sought Sri Lanka as the source of pearls, jewels, spices, and tea. Visitors for centuries have marvelled at the beauty and great variety of the i...