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Süleymaniye Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey

Süleymaniye Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey

One of the most significant cultural heritage buildings situated on the Third Hill of Istanbul, Turkey, is the Süleymaniye Mosque (Turkish: Süleymaniye Camii, Turkish pronunciation: sylejˈmaːnije). It is the largest in the city of Istanbul and also boasts of one of the best-known panoramas in.....

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Biography Of Sake Dean Mahomed

Biography Of Sake Dean Mahomed

A fascinating example of the dramatic changes that cross-cultural interaction can bring about in individual lives is Sake (Sheikh) Dean Mahomed (Bengali: শেখ দীন মোহাম্মদ; شیخ دین محمد), an explorer, writer, Indian traveler, surgeon, and entrepreneur. He was .....

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Ganjnameh Inscriptions, Hamadan, Iran

Ganjnameh Inscriptions, Hamadan, Iran

Ganjnameh (Persian: گنجنامه‎, romanized: Ganjnāme, Literally: Treasure Book) is so named because it was once believed that its cuneiform rock carvings were mysterious clues leading to caches of Median treasure. It is situated in western Iran, 12 km southwest of Hamadan (ancient Ecbatana.....

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Unity In Diversity

Unity In Diversity

Unity in diversity is an ancient term that was first used in North America and China by some cultures, often about 500 B.C. The most obvious example that gives the term credence is that of a democratic country. It is used as an expression of peace and solidarity between people or groups that are .....

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Difference between Prologue and Epilogue

Difference between Prologue and Epilogue

The basic difference between a prologue and epilogue is that a prologue comes before the rest of the story, and an epilogue comes after. Prologue and Epilogue are two diametrically opposite literary devices used in the literary composition and stand outside the narrative. They can be in the form .....

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Shah Mosque, Esfahan, Iran

Shah Mosque, Esfahan, Iran

A mosque located in Isfahan, Iran is the Shah Mosque (Persian: مسجد شاه‎; “Royal Mosque”), also known as the Masjed-e Emām (Persian: ‘Imam Mosque’). The mosque was situated in the center of Eṣfahān, along a wide central mall (city square, or courtyard) called the Maydān-e E.....

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Naqsh-e Jahan Square

Naqsh-e Jahan Square

The world pattern, or as the Iranians would term it, Naqsh-e Jahan Square (Persian: میدان نقش جهان‎ (Maidān-e Naghsh-e Jahān); “Image of the World Square”), shows the splendor of the fifth Safavid ruler, Shah Abbas the Great. It is also known as the Imam Square (میدان ا.....

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Difference between Prose and Verse

Difference between Prose and Verse

The prose is could be called “normal language” – it is what we use in everyday speech. The prose is a common term used for unmetrical writing. It consists of sentences and paragraphs and is what most novels and contemporary are written in. It is a style in which we naturally com.....

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Megalithic Temples of Malta

Megalithic Temples of Malta

Malta is home to the world’s oldest free-standing structures. The Megalithic Temples of Malta (Maltese: It-Tempji Megalitiċi ta’ Malta) are monumental prehistoric buildings built between the 4th century Bc and the 3rd millennium BC. Until Göbekli Tepe’s discovery, they had bee.....

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Difference between Play and Drama

Difference between Play and Drama

Drama and play are two words that are often used interchangeably. Drama is a form of written literature that is either prose or verse, usually in dialogue-form that is intended for performance. It is a genre of literature, which is basically the script, and the actors play the role of different c.....

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Difference between Jealousy and Envy

Difference between Jealousy and Envy

Jealousy and envy are great word choices to add color to your writing because they can capture how your characters feel. Someone has rightly said, “Jealousy and envy make you ugly.” Jealousy is a fear of losing something, envy is something, in which you want something possessed by someone els.....

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Hagia Sophia, Turkey

Hagia Sophia, Turkey

Hagia Sophia (/ˈhɑːɡiə soʊˈfiːə/; from Koinē Greek: Ἁγία Σοφία, romanized: Hagía Sophía; Latin: Sancta Sophia, lit. ‘Holy Wisdom’), officially the Hagia Sophia Grand Mosque (Turkish: Ayasofya-i Kebir Cami-i Şerifi) and formerly the Church of Hagia Sophia, is a domed mon.....

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