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World Heritage Sites in Northern Italy
Ravenna - Early Christian Monuments--Ravenna, also known as the city of mosaics, offers the visitor a unique look at religious mosaic arts from the 5th and 6th centuries. Eight of Ravenna's monuments and churches from the 5th-6th centuries are designated UNESCO Sites, most because of their spectacular early Christian mosaics. During this period, Ravenna was the western capital of the Roman Empire and of the Byzantine Empire in Europe. Ravenna pictures More »
How the ancient city of Palmyra looked before the fighting – in pictures
Mystras. It's truly amazing to find a complete ruined city and archaeological wonderland. The abandoned Byzantine city of Mystras in the mountains just above Sparta in the Southern Peloponnese, is one such frozen city. You can walk through the largely intact streets and complete religious buildings of this UNESCO World Heritage Site and be right back in 1350 AD.
NIPPUR - Reconstitution de la Cité.
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As for me and My House Decal Joshua 24:15 Bible Verse Vinyl Wall Art Style 2
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Luxor was the ancient city of Thebes, the great capital of Egypt during the New Kingdom, and the glorious city of the god Amon-Ra. The importance of the city started as early as the 11th Dynasty, when the town grew into a thriving city, renowned for its high social status and luxury, but also as a center for wisdom, art, religious and political supremacy. #…
Book Arts of Isfahan : Diversity and Identity in Seventeenth-Century Persia by Alice Taylor on Mike's Library. "In the seventeenth century, the Persian city of Isfahan was a crossroads of international trade and diplomacy. Manuscript paintings producted within the city's various cultural, religious, and ethnic groups reveal the vibrant artistic legacy of the Safavid Empire."