We have a tour Doksan mountain defense wall in Korea today.
There is a Buddhist Temple the name of Boseoksa
In the Temple people are busy to prepare for Buddha's Birthday. 3rd May is the day.
Colorful Lotus candle bawl is to celebrate for Buddha.
Buddhist put family name tag for the luck on the Lotus candle bawl.
In front of Temple
ceiling is green based color
Inside of temple
Monk is preparing for Buddha's Birthday.
Statue is for blessing.
When you rub, you can get blessing from Buddha.
Non colored traditional house.
only Palace, Tempe and office could paint colors in Chosun Dynasty.
This temple is inside of Doksan Temple.
Out side of wall
The Nintendo Entertainment not only completely destroyed the former people’s favorite and creator of the home console market, but it also literally buried it. While Atari is still living as a zombie living of it licensing past, Nintendo is one of the “Big Three” - the three most successful console Makers.
The answer to the question why the Nintendo Entertainment System destroyed Atari 2600 of course isn’t as stating the fact that while both were and 8-bit system, Atari 2600 was technologically frozen in the middle of the seventies while the NES was modern. No, that’s isn’t generally true – while the NES was being shown on the American and European markets it was obsolete and outdated by the coming 16-bit computers. The NES was obsolety not only in Europe, where it compe
When Sally the septohorse had come from it's mother she looked too elongated. Her mother rejected her from the shock of her looks. It was the job of the muck-clearer William Redfleet to look after the septohorse and bring her into the world.
It had to be a secret. It had 7 backs in a long line, 7 heads and was much larger than any breed he'd seen before. If anyone found out about the horse with seven heads he would have been punished for witchcraft, so the beast never left his stable in the day.
Then in the middle of the night he would take Sally the septohouse out for a ride over the nearby pastures. At first she'd be a tricky customer. But then when she broke into a gallop she would move at a ferocious pace. She demolished fenches as she ran through them, galloped over stone walls and barely seemed to use her breath.
Last orders please growled Wendy, the weathered barmaid at the Crow
Information about the life in the Philippines in pre-Hispanic circumstances is construct to a great extent with respect to the
contact annals accounts composed by Pigafetta (Magellan's recorder, 1521), Loarca (1582), Plasencia (1589), Chirino (1604), Morga (1609), Colin (1660), and Alcina (1688), including the creator of the Boxer Codex (late sixteenth century). These were ethnographic notes by nature. Authentic records were later penned by Pigafetta and different writers of post-Magellan undertakings (Patan'e, 1996).
On the off chance that the thought
no archive - is all that will be viewed as genuine, then antiquated oral customs and archeological confirmations of pre-Hisp
Magna Germania at the time of the greatest expanse of the Roman Empire. Everything north of the Danube and East of the Rhine is terra incognita for the Romans. [Source]
Take a good look at Europe and what do you see, a melting pot and cultures dating back milleniums, right? Now, look again, but this time divide the map of Europe by looking at the roots of the languages. What do you see? A clear distinction between the Latin-speaking Southern Europe and the Germanic-speaking Northern Europe. And now throw on top of that a geographical map and you’ll no
Typically I write my own posts. I spend a lot of time thinking about things. On some rare occasions I come across articles that people should really read for themselves. This article I am going to provide quotes of sections of in this post really should be read in its entirety. You can read the original by clicking here.
You could summarize this document almost down to a simple few words The Disaster of 1913.
The income tax is enshrined into law but it is an idea that stands in total contradiction to the driving force behind the American Revolution and the idea of freedom itself. We desperately need a serious national movement to get rid of it – not reform it, not replace it, not flatten it
In ancient time, when people settled down, they employed most of their time in farming. But some of them were still hunting. They made several new weapons that they used for hunting. These weapons were made of bone, wood and stone. According that time, it was advanced weapons to kill animals. Sometimes they used it to kill other people. These new weapons were much better than the old weapons used by the former hunters. With new weapons, they became stronger. They could now be able to kill wild animals.
So they made a small group of hunters and started hunting wild animals. Sometimes two or three people went together for hunting. When they hunted a large animal, they faced trouble to bring it back home. They later discover how to make a sledge. They used branches ti
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Very near to where I live now there is a very interesting site that is open to the public and yesterday while strolling around I managed to take a couple nice photographs to share with you guys
Pollentia was founded by the consul Qintus Caecilius Metellus in 123 BC in the strategic location between the bays of Pollenca and Alcudia. It was the most important city in the Balearics duing the Roman period and covered an area of 15-20 hectares.
Artefacts of the site were first discovered in the 17th century but excavations were not started until 1923. The work still continues today and is funded by the Consorci de la Ciutat Romana de Pol-lentia.
There are three areas open to the public - the theatre, the forum and the residential area of La Portella. There is also a museum, the Museu Monografic de
It is always good before going to sleep to seek the balance between body and soul and that better than with these beautiful images of Estonia
I hope you like it
Siempre es bueno antes de ir a dormir buscar el equilibrio entre el cuerpo y el alma y que mejor que con estas bellas imágenes de Estonia
Espero sea de su agrado
A group of 5 high school students, who referred to themselves as the Waldos, many years ago decided to all meet at the Louis Pasteur statue (seen above) that was located on the grounds of San Rafael High School at exactly 4:20 pm. When they met-up, they started smoking cannabis and then went on a road trip looking for some free weed.
In this part: the ninth and tenth days of the cruise "On Vyatka!", Down by Vyatka, Victory Day, Kama, Chistopol.
May 9, 2013. The ninth day of travel. Early in the morning we moved away from the veranda of the recreation center "Green Miles" and headed down the river Vyatka. Our twelve-day cruise continues, but now we are moving in the opposite direction.
Day is sunny today! In honor of Victory Day and "taking Kirov" the deck of the ship is decorated with colorful balloons.
We go without stopping all day, looking at the banks of Vyatka.
The automobile bridge connecti
Hola queridos amigos de steemit, gracias por estar presente en mi blog y acompañar con la lectura de mi post. Esta es una adaptación del cuento popular del barquero inculto. Navegando en la web me cruce con esta bella historia, habla de un joven muy inteligente que no sabe utilizar su inteligencia y trata mal a los demás, hasta que en una situación extrema aprenderá una lección muy importante, una hermosa historia que comienza así.
Hace mucho tiempo en la tierra sin mal de los guaraníes en un coqueto poblado a la vera del rio Paraná vivía un joven muy inteligente, desde niño se interesó mucho por la lectura y los estudios, incursionaba diversos libros de diferente temas, convirtiéndose en un niño prodigio.
Esto debía ser orgullo de todos los que lo conocían, sin embargo no era a
Hello my friends on Steemit. Today I bring you something you most likely never heard about and never saw called the Piss Bottle Revolt.
This was a revolt by over the road truckers in the United States when the Commercial Safety Act was signed into law by President Barrack Hussein Obama Created Date: 7/20/2010 9:14:55 AM .
Not long after this law was signed truckers and trucking companies began to read the law. Of all of those in the industry, truckers the actual operators of trucks became somewhat angered.
Someone actually has to drive the truck and while driving the truck, thinking about the thousands of pages of driver regulations is...the cause of accidents.
Things such as hours of service, when it is legal to drive a truck began to change. The law created two sets of safety criteria and each was huge in regulations. Each set of regulations put almost all the burdens of the regulations, FINES, on the drivers.
Fuel prices were ridiculously hig
It is always good before going to sleep to seek the balance between body and soul and that better than with these beautiful images of Prague
I hope you like it
Siempre es bueno antes de ir a dormir buscar el equilibrio entre el cuerpo y el alma y que mejor que con estas bellas imágenes de Praga
Espero sea de su agrado
This painting was drawn from a fictional description of the artist about the School in Luxor in Egypt
This painting is now in Austrian
School in Luxor
Tony Binder (Austrian) 1868-1944
Remembering has always been part of each and every one of the existing lives, our brain is practically based on this. As simple as when for the first time our father told us that a knife cut and the next time we had a knife in front we manipulated it carefully because we knew that it could hurt us. At that moment our brain remembered what our father had told us.
Now, there are people who, beyond remembering, are commemorated, because as many people say, they not only passed through life, but certainly
Such day as today, April 23 two tragic news were known, two illustrious had died ... But in turn, this day was also a day worthy of commemoration by Two Great people who certainly lived the life and who are considered as the The greatest exponents of Spanish and English literature.
Here is a brief biography of these Two Great people:
Soldier, novelist, poet a
This painting was drawn from a fictional description of the artist about the Nile River in Egypt
This painting is now in France
Wash day on the Nile" (1896)
Paul Dominique Philippoteaux (French) 1846 - 1923