Dünyanın ikinci metrosu; Tünel 1875 yılında hizmete açılan Tünel Metrosu Türkiye’nin değerili markalarından.
The world's second subway; Subway Tunnel Tunnel opened in 1875, one of Turkey's değeril brand.
Tanbour (a guitar or harp like instrument) is the oldest Stringed Iranian musical instrument that is quite interesting for me.
Tanbour is the oldest Stringed musical instrument of the world.
Music and mysticism have always had a deep bond with each other and in most of the rituals and mystical sects, signs of the deep connection between the two can be found. Yasna reading or reciting litanies and prayers in Zoroastrian, cosmic instrumentals in the traditions of India and China, the Psalms reading of Jews, Quran reciting, Gregorian hymns in Christianity, sacred music of Ahl-e-Haqq, etc. are all pointing this bond. It is written in the “Saranjaam” texts of Ahl-e-Haqq that when spirit refused to mix with man body, with the order of God, Benjamin master blew the spirit into the body of man though playing Tanbour in Mugham “Tarz”. Ahl- e-Haqq consider Tanbour as the symbol of God words and its respect is that much to be called Neda-al-haqq (voice of God) among them (During, 1989).
Through studying motifs and signs left by ancient tribes of Iran (Elam, Media and Assyria), it can be said that history of Tanbour is dating back to three to four thousand years BC. Stone sculptures in museums and remained ancient monuments in the Nebi Yunus hills in Mosul shows the history of this instrument around 1500 to 2000 B.C. Al Farabi, Aviccena, Abd-al-Qadir Maraghi, and Safi-al-Din Armavi comprehensively described Tanbour, different types of it, and its various intervals and tunings. Also, great Persian poets such as Ferdowsi, Rumi, Manouchehri, Nizami Ganjavi, Hafez and Abdul-Qadir Bidel repeatedly mentioned Tanbour in their works.
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45 “This is what the Lord says to his anointed, to Cyrus, whose right hand I take hold of
to subdue nations before him and to strip kings of their armor,
to open doors before him so that gates will not be shut:
2 I will go before you and will level the mountains[a];
I will break down gates of bronze and cut through bars of iron.
3 I will give you hidden treasures, riches stored in secret places,
so that you may know that I am the Lord, the God of Israel, who summons you by name.
Ezra 1-10 New International Version (NIV)
Cyrus Helps the Exiles to Return
1 In the first year of Cyrus king of Persia, in order to fulfill the word of the Lord spoken by Jeremiah, the Lord moved the heart of Cyrus king of Persia to make a proclamation throughout his realm and also to put it in writing:
“What’s your go-to immune booster this season?
Many foods contain immune-boosting properties, like elderberries, garlic, fresh ginger, raw honey, etc. Our go-to is beef liver. Especially in the winter months, fat soluble vitamins like A and D are invaluable.
Often called the superfood of the animal kingdom, beef liver is one of the most nutrient dense foods on Earth. Liver is an excellent source of protein, the single greatest source of preformed vitamin A, contains abundant bioavailable B12 and B-complex vitamins, choline, biotin, iron, copper, zinc, folate, and contains all of the fat soluble vitamins (A, D, E, K).
The nutrients that comprise beef liver will keep your body in fighting shape throughout cold, flu, and allergy season.
539 B.C Cyrus the Great, king of Iran freed the slaves and abolished slavery, declared that all people had the right to choose their own religion, and established racial equality. These and other decrees were recorded on a baked-clay cylinder in the Akkadian language with cuneiform script.
Known today as the Cyrus Cylinder, this ancient record has now been recognized as the world’s first charter of human rights. It is translated into all six official languages of the United Nations and its provisions parallel the first four Articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
From Iran, the idea of human rights spread quickly to India, Greece and eventually Rome.
Cyrus Cylinder was the first state model based on diversity and tolerance of different cultures and religions, according to Neil MacGregor, director of the British Museum.
But the greatest discovery for many people, Mr MacGregor said, is "the importance of Cyrus to those who wrote the constitution of United States".
"The story of Persia, Iran, is part of the story of modern United States" (BBC)
Cyrus Cylinder was the meaning of the pure Iranian culture that no nation had gained such pride in its history till recent centuries.
Cyrus Cylinder is the most important discovery of the ancient world because it is the first declaration of human rights in the history of the humankind!
It’s January, have you been waiting ages on your wages?
Visit Divis and the Black Mountain and forget about the long wait. It’s free and there’s plenty to explore. Find blanket bog, heath and a rich archaeological landscape waiting to be discovered. And don’t forget the panoramic views of Belfast and beyond.
We Sydney Stonemasons Team is so proud to be working on this Australia's most iconic Heritage Listed Building- ANZAC Memorial- Hyde Park. We SSM are assigned to do all the conservation work at this Iconic Project. Work in progress. More pictures to be published in the following weeks.
Contact us to discuss your next Project on- 1300 075 544 #anzacmemorial#warmemorial#hydepark#heritage#sydneystonemasons
📚Felicitamos a Nora Valencia, Julia Calderón y a Hugo Forno fueron los ganador@s de la edición 2019 del concurso "Confieso que he vivido". Infórmate sobre la convocatoria a la nueva edición en nuestro sitio en la bio.
Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Angkor Wat (in Khmer language Temple of the city) is a Khmer temple dedicated to the god Vishnu placed inside the archaeological site of Angkor, Cambodia, near the city of Siem Reap. It was built by King Suryavarman II in the twelfth century, near Yasadhorapura, the capital of the Khmer empire.
The king ordered that the construction of the gigantic building departed from the 4 sides, so the work was completed in less than 40 years.
Unlike many Angkor temples, Angkor Wat is west-oriented; scholars are divided on the meaning of this choice. The most probable hypothesis is that it is a mausoleum, a place where the king could be revered after death.
Nowadays Angkor Wat is the largest religious monument in the world.
Our first stop, we will meet up with Jeffrey Hansen-Carlson, director of Ellis Don. Jeffery will talk on the under utilization of parking lots.We'll also get to hear about the Gondola Project and the potential of a direct connection from Edmonton's Heritage district to our city center as a viable transportation option.
Next, we will head over to the old Chapters site on Whyte Ave, and hear from Cherie Klassen from Old Strathcona Business Association and what her team has been planning for new developments in the area.
From there, we will stroll along Whyte Ave, and stop at the beautiful Raymond Block. Michael Rivest from HCMA Architecture and Design will share how this building transformed from a brownfield to a 6-Story Mixed Use Residential Development building.
After that, we thought there was no better way to end our parking-tour than to meet with Chris Daluba from Beljan Developments. Chris will talk about their incredible accomplishments and how they chose their parking needs (inside & outside) at Beljan Block.
We'll end the tour with snacks, drinks and networking with incredible change-makers who are transforming our city and taking action on parking policies.
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Thank you sooo much to Les Peterson for his artistic brilliance and vision for this Dia de los Muertos set. Congratulations on our publication in Cliq International Magazine. I am so lucky you chose me to honor my Hispanic heritage in your visual celebration of those loved and remembered.
Vegan makeup Ammo Cosmetix
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🦴 choker brainfeverart by Sammi Van De Duisternis
Glass hand blown spike collar Julie Rose DeFeo
Fangs custom made by Kaos Kustom Fangs
Flower headdress Hannah O'Forest
Nails handmade by Danielle Smail Jewelry evolution body piercing hair by Joel Baca #diadelosmuertos#dayofthedead#heritage#hispanic#honor#dead#skullmakeup#sunflowers 🌻 #bone#jewelery#veganmakeup#newmexicophotos#newmexicophotographer
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Not only am I the grassroots candidate, I’m the “bluegrass” candidate. Proud of my Kentucky and Appalachian heritage. I support this 100%!
I have family in this county and like them, I’ll fight for your 2A rights!
#Brick is one of the most #sustainable , #durable and maintainable #building materials. With a lifespan of over 100 years, it’s clear why this #material has been used in many of our built heritage. This old bank, built in 1907, is now @541barton. Constructed of brick and limestone, our team restored the #social enterprise’s distinctive #heritage elements, blending them into a warm, modern community space. @541barton needs our help! The café has recently announced that sales have dropped to their lowest level since the business opened in 2014. Pop in for a visit or consider donating through the link in our bio.
La cuisine au poil!!
Oh my Godin 😉
Dans la série joindre l’utile à l’agréable la cuisine au poêle.
Ce vieux poêle nous l’avons sauvé de la déchetterie il y a environ 12 ans. En fonte, authentique, totalement d origine avec un pouvoir calorifuge énorme mais désuet et trop moche pour ses anciens proprios. Tout ce que j’aime.
La cerise sur le poêle c est sa plaque en fonte sous son chapeau! Et oui à moi la cuisine au poêle! La maison se réchauffe et la plaque à induction reste éteinte. Ce sera les seiches pêchées en Octobre à l’armoricaine parce que quand même ce qu il préfère mon Godin c’est faire mijoter. Est ce que c est meilleur à l’arrivée ? Pas vraiment mais il y a pour moi un côté rassurant à utiliser ce mode de cuisson qui me rappelle le plaisir que ma grand mère prenait à cuisiner pour sa famille se déplaçant à petits pas dictés par l’arthrose et surtout les instants confidences qu on passait ensemble pendant le mijotage.
Thérapeutique, économique, authentique et simple. #godin#cuisineaupoil#cuisineaupoele#jeveuxetrevieux@slimane_officiel#authentique#vrai#calamars#peche#bassindarcachon 💙 #heritage
This is going to be a long time, because I have to make a deduction and so I can only pass on the logic. Each case has to be calculated individually.
Let's start with the fact that in the pre-Islamic era (Jahiliya), inheritance may have taken place in three circles. On the basis of descent, adoption and alliance. Women and minors were excluded from the procedure, only the offspring and the ascending branch were involved into the heritage. There was also the case of adopted sons who were considered as members of blood lineage so they could inherit and the honored friend or fellow warrior, who could inherit the wealth based on a covenant when the person died.
In the early stages of Islam, these conditions were maintained, and even expanded by two more. These two cases are of those who flee from Mecca to Medina and those who established brotherhood in Medina. People who fled from Mecca to Medina are called Muhajirs, and those in Medina who received and supported them are called Ansar. As the refugees left without property and in Medina the community had to be forged together, a regulation of inheritance between refugees and hosts was introduced, which strengthened internal cohesion. Muslims who did not flee from Mecca and did not join the Muhajirs, lost their right to the inheritance.
Those who believed, and adopted exile, and fought for the Faith, with their property and their persons, in the cause of Allah, as well as those who gave (them) asylum and aid,- these are (all) friends and protectors, one of another.
Oyez! King Charles I returns to Chester for the launch of Chester Heritage Festival on Roman Day 23 May, at
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Only a few days left to see our exhibition, Unbridled. This exhibition closes on Sunday, January 26! Don’t miss out on celebrating the human relationship with the horse. 🔹Arto Djerdjerian, The 3 Palominos, 2017, digital print, collection of the artist