UN United Nations. Created in 1945 by the United States, England, the Soviet Union, and other countries that fought Germany, Italy, and Japan in World War II (1939 - 1945). The UN intends to guarantee international peace and security by stimulating economic, social and cultural cooperation between nations.
Archaeologists in Rome discovered last Tuesday what they believe to be the ruins of a revolving banquet hall of Roman emperor Nero. The structure is believed to revolve around a central pillar, night and day, to mimic the movement of the earth and impress guests. Scientists believe the room was powered by an underfloor mechanism, probably driven by a steady stream of water.
When we walk the streets of the municipalities, it is common to find some monuments. As well as the buildings, images, documents and reports of the residents, the monuments keep memories and information of that place and the society that lives there. The monuments are built to honor important people of that region or extraordinary events that occurred throughout history.
Cultural Identity It is a series of characteristics that make us different from all other peoples and give us the feeling of belonging to a particular culture. These characteristics include language, customs, artistic manifestations, cuisine, religious beliefs, etc. Other word suggestions… Rural exodus Military regime Celts Oligarchy Populism History Basic Ecclesial Communities (CEBs) Mesopotamia
By analyzing the earth's surface through features such as maps and photos, we will find that the portion of the earth's surface (continents and island) is less than the amount of water in the oceans and seas (net mass). This can be clearly seen in the following image of the world map. Seas Seas can be seen in a number of ways: Inland Seas Although they are connected to the ocean through strait and canals, they are almost entirely enveloped by land.
Celts The Celts were warrior peoples, probably from southwestern Germany, who dominated much of Europe for four centuries. After invading France, Switzerland and the British Isles, they sacked Rome in 390 BC. Later they occupied the Iberian Peninsula and headed east and reached Asia Minor where they founded the kingdom called Galatia, having reached the height of their power around the year 250 a.