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  • It is not all that well known that the Great Pyramid of Giza is the only large scale pyramid in the world to actually be EIGHT sided. Only at certain times of the day and only from above is this concave feature of each face readily apparent. The fact that the builders of this structure (whoever they may have been) were able to achieve this level of precision in creating a pyramid made of over 2,330,000 blocks that weigh an average of over 2 tons each contributes to why this pyramid is one of the greatest engineering achievements of all time.

The question is, how did they do it? Whoever "they" are...
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#pyramid #greatpyramid #egypt #giza #pyramids #thegreatpyramid #ancientegypt #ancienttechnology #ancientcivilization #mystery #eightsided
  • It is not all that well known that the Great Pyramid of Giza is the only large scale pyramid in the world to actually be EIGHT sided. Only at certain times of the day and only from above is this concave feature of each face readily apparent. The fact that the builders of this structure (whoever they may have been) were able to achieve this level of precision in creating a pyramid made of over 2,330,000 blocks that weigh an average of over 2 tons each contributes to why this pyramid is one of the greatest engineering achievements of all time.

    The question is, how did they do it? Whoever "they" are...
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    #pyramid #greatpyramid #egypt #giza #pyramids #thegreatpyramid #ancientegypt #ancienttechnology #ancientcivilization #mystery #eightsided
  • 1,525 105 15 hours ago

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  • The Abu Lawha, the largest Nabataean tomb at the desert archaeological site of Madain Saleh, in Al Ula city, 1043 km (648 miles) northwest of the capital Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Madain Saleh, also known as Al-Hijr, which was added on July 6, 2008 to UNESCO’s World Heritage List. Madain Saleh, the largest conserved site of the civilization of the Nabataeans south of Petra in Jordan, Madain Saleh is the first World Heritage site in Saudi Arabia.⁣
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Mada’in Saleh, also called Al-Hijr or Hegra, is a pre-Islamic archaeological site. A majority of the vestiges date from the Nabatean kingdom (1st century CE). The site constitutes the kingdom’s southernmost and largest settlement after Petra, its capital. Traces of Lihyanite and Roman occupation before and after the Nabatean rule, respectively, can also be found in situ,[5] while accounts from the Qur’an tell of an earlier settlement of the area by the tribe of Thamud in the 3rd millennium BC.⁣
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The place is currently known as Mada’in Saleh, Arabic for “Cities of Saleh,” which was coined by an Andalusian traveler in 1336 AD. The name “Al-Hijr,” Arabic for “rocky place,” has also been used to allude to its topography. Both names have been mentioned in the Qur’an when referring to the settlements found in the locality. The ancient inhabitants of the area, the Thamudis and Nabateans, referred to the place as “Hegra”. ⁣
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  • The Abu Lawha, the largest Nabataean tomb at the desert archaeological site of Madain Saleh, in Al Ula city, 1043 km (648 miles) northwest of the capital Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Madain Saleh, also known as Al-Hijr, which was added on July 6, 2008 to UNESCO’s World Heritage List. Madain Saleh, the largest conserved site of the civilization of the Nabataeans south of Petra in Jordan, Madain Saleh is the first World Heritage site in Saudi Arabia.⁣
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    Mada’in Saleh, also called Al-Hijr or Hegra, is a pre-Islamic archaeological site. A majority of the vestiges date from the Nabatean kingdom (1st century CE). The site constitutes the kingdom’s southernmost and largest settlement after Petra, its capital. Traces of Lihyanite and Roman occupation before and after the Nabatean rule, respectively, can also be found in situ,[5] while accounts from the Qur’an tell of an earlier settlement of the area by the tribe of Thamud in the 3rd millennium BC.⁣
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    The place is currently known as Mada’in Saleh, Arabic for “Cities of Saleh,” which was coined by an Andalusian traveler in 1336 AD. The name “Al-Hijr,” Arabic for “rocky place,” has also been used to allude to its topography. Both names have been mentioned in the Qur’an when referring to the settlements found in the locality. The ancient inhabitants of the area, the Thamudis and Nabateans, referred to the place as “Hegra”. ⁣

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  • 4,450 83 12 June, 2019
  • Sigiriya is an ancient city built atop a giant megalithic rock that towers 200 metres above the surrounding landscape. It is located in a remote location in the Matale District of the Central Province, Sri Lanka, and has mystified visitors to the site throughout its long and colourful history.⁣
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It is known to be one of the best preserved examples of ancient urban planning, showing techniques and technology far more advanced than believed possible for the time. Archaeologists still don’t know why such a massive effort went into building a city on top of this giant rock. According to local legend, the rock citadel was created by the gods who descended from the sky and was modeled based on the mythical abode of “Kuvera” the god of wealth, and called the “Palace in the sky”.⁣
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  • Sigiriya is an ancient city built atop a giant megalithic rock that towers 200 metres above the surrounding landscape. It is located in a remote location in the Matale District of the Central Province, Sri Lanka, and has mystified visitors to the site throughout its long and colourful history.⁣

    It is known to be one of the best preserved examples of ancient urban planning, showing techniques and technology far more advanced than believed possible for the time. Archaeologists still don’t know why such a massive effort went into building a city on top of this giant rock. According to local legend, the rock citadel was created by the gods who descended from the sky and was modeled based on the mythical abode of “Kuvera” the god of wealth, and called the “Palace in the sky”.⁣

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  • 3,578 59 13 June, 2019
  • Enjoying their picturesque view of Roussanou Monastery in Meteora, Greece. This site houses one of the largest and most important Greek Orthodox monastic complexes. It is located in the north-western edge of the Plain of Thessaly in central Greece. The size and importance of this site within Greece is second only to the famed Mount Athos.⁣
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Although nature has had a hand in Meteora for millions of years, human interference began in the 11th century where the first recorded inhabitants were Byzantine monks.⁣
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The first monastery to be built at Meteora was the ‘Holy Monastery of the Transfiguration of Christ’, or the ‘Great Meteoron’. This monastery was founded around 1340 by St. Athanasios Meteorites, a scholar monk from Mount Athos.⁣
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  • Enjoying their picturesque view of Roussanou Monastery in Meteora, Greece. This site houses one of the largest and most important Greek Orthodox monastic complexes. It is located in the north-western edge of the Plain of Thessaly in central Greece. The size and importance of this site within Greece is second only to the famed Mount Athos.⁣
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    Although nature has had a hand in Meteora for millions of years, human interference began in the 11th century where the first recorded inhabitants were Byzantine monks.⁣
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    The first monastery to be built at Meteora was the ‘Holy Monastery of the Transfiguration of Christ’, or the ‘Great Meteoron’. This monastery was founded around 1340 by St. Athanasios Meteorites, a scholar monk from Mount Athos.⁣

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  • 1,978 26 14 June, 2019

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  • Did you know that the Angkor Wat temple complex spans 400 acres with hundreds of temples? ⁣
The Tomb Raider series based their scenarios in the many temples of the complex. ⁣
Ta Prohm would be a great site to start. The site has been swallowed by the jungle, and looks very much the way most of the monuments of Angkor appeared when European explorers first stumbled upon the site. Built at the height of the Khmer Empire by Jayavarman VII as a Buddhist monastery and center of learning, Ta Prohm has a traditional Khmer structure consisting of a series of gradually smaller enclosures, the largest of which is about 1000 by 650 meters.⁣ Have you visited Angkor Wat? ⁣⁣
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  • Did you know that the Angkor Wat temple complex spans 400 acres with hundreds of temples? ⁣
    The Tomb Raider series based their scenarios in the many temples of the complex. ⁣
    Ta Prohm would be a great site to start. The site has been swallowed by the jungle, and looks very much the way most of the monuments of Angkor appeared when European explorers first stumbled upon the site. Built at the height of the Khmer Empire by Jayavarman VII as a Buddhist monastery and center of learning, Ta Prohm has a traditional Khmer structure consisting of a series of gradually smaller enclosures, the largest of which is about 1000 by 650 meters.⁣ Have you visited Angkor Wat? ⁣⁣

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  • 3,788 34 11 June, 2019
  • Close before Machu Picchu, at the far end of the Sacred Valley of the Incas hides a precious gem only a few tourists to Peru have on their radar: Ollantaytambo. The ancient Inca fortress was built around the middle of the 15th century and is the second most well-preserved ruin in Peru.⁣⁣
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Many of the stones at Ollantaytambo weigh more than 70 tons, and they too were quarried from the side of a mountain, dozens of kilometers away. One of the most curious monuments at Ollantaytambo is the six supermassive monoliths which were put together in such a way that not a single piece of paper can fit between them.⁣⁣
Ollantaytambo is separated into 4 distinct areas: The ancient town, the temple hill, the ceremonial area and the agricultural sector. While there are yet other things to do in Ollantaytambo, the Inca ruins really are the reason you should visit. You will probably need almost a full day to tour to see it all. Decide for yourself what you want to see and what to skip if you are short on time. Do consider, though, that with an altitude of 2,792 meters you will have to take things a bit slower than usual.⁣⁣
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How do you think they constructed and moved such enormous stones? ⁣
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  • Close before Machu Picchu, at the far end of the Sacred Valley of the Incas hides a precious gem only a few tourists to Peru have on their radar: Ollantaytambo. The ancient Inca fortress was built around the middle of the 15th century and is the second most well-preserved ruin in Peru.⁣⁣
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    Many of the stones at Ollantaytambo weigh more than 70 tons, and they too were quarried from the side of a mountain, dozens of kilometers away. One of the most curious monuments at Ollantaytambo is the six supermassive monoliths which were put together in such a way that not a single piece of paper can fit between them.⁣⁣
    Ollantaytambo is separated into 4 distinct areas: The ancient town, the temple hill, the ceremonial area and the agricultural sector. While there are yet other things to do in Ollantaytambo, the Inca ruins really are the reason you should visit. You will probably need almost a full day to tour to see it all. Decide for yourself what you want to see and what to skip if you are short on time. Do consider, though, that with an altitude of 2,792 meters you will have to take things a bit slower than usual.⁣⁣
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    How do you think they constructed and moved such enormous stones? ⁣

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  • 1,065 23 14 June, 2019
  • The greco-roman remains of Aspendos ancient city are situated in Pamphylia, approximately 40 km east of Antalya, on the Eurymedon river. The city was 16 km away from the Mediterranean coast. The main reason for most of the tourists to visit Aspendos is its Roman theatre which is the best preserved structure of its kind in the world. The additional attraction of Aspendos lies in the possibility of participation in many artistic events organised in the theatre.⁣⁣
However, Aspendos is more than just a theatre, there are also the ruins of many other structures, including a stadium, a basilica and an agora. Moreover, the local aqueduct is well-preserved. One of two starting points for the St. Paul's walking trail starts in Aspendos, while the second one is situated in Perge.⁣⁣
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According to Greek tradition Aspendos was funded by the colonists from Argos who arrived here under the leadership of Mopsos around 1000 BC. Argos was a city located in the Peloponnese. Most probably the area of Aspendos had earlier been settled by the local inhabitants, but the city started to develop only after the arrival of the Greeks.⁣⁣
Aspendos minted its own coins which were widely accepted in the ancient world, thus giving evidence to the huge importance of the city. In 5th century BC Aspenos was the main city in Pamphylia and competed with Side that also minted its own silver coins. In the 5th and 4th centuries BC, according to the information provided by the coins, Aspendos was called Estwediya. This name may be derived from the name of king Asitawada who is mentioned on Hittite hieroglyphic inscriptions from Karatepe near Adana. The symbols of the city, visible on the coins, were two naked wrestlers.⁣⁣
The significance of Aspendos in Greek era did not come from its political influences, but from the well-developed economy which provided great wealth for the city. The city collected great incomes from the trade in salt, olive oil and wool. It was also renowned from horse breeding and its horses were highly valued in the whole Mediterranean region.⁣⁣
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  • The greco-roman remains of Aspendos ancient city are situated in Pamphylia, approximately 40 km east of Antalya, on the Eurymedon river. The city was 16 km away from the Mediterranean coast. The main reason for most of the tourists to visit Aspendos is its Roman theatre which is the best preserved structure of its kind in the world. The additional attraction of Aspendos lies in the possibility of participation in many artistic events organised in the theatre.⁣⁣
    However, Aspendos is more than just a theatre, there are also the ruins of many other structures, including a stadium, a basilica and an agora. Moreover, the local aqueduct is well-preserved. One of two starting points for the St. Paul's walking trail starts in Aspendos, while the second one is situated in Perge.⁣⁣
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    According to Greek tradition Aspendos was funded by the colonists from Argos who arrived here under the leadership of Mopsos around 1000 BC. Argos was a city located in the Peloponnese. Most probably the area of Aspendos had earlier been settled by the local inhabitants, but the city started to develop only after the arrival of the Greeks.⁣⁣
    Aspendos minted its own coins which were widely accepted in the ancient world, thus giving evidence to the huge importance of the city. In 5th century BC Aspenos was the main city in Pamphylia and competed with Side that also minted its own silver coins. In the 5th and 4th centuries BC, according to the information provided by the coins, Aspendos was called Estwediya. This name may be derived from the name of king Asitawada who is mentioned on Hittite hieroglyphic inscriptions from Karatepe near Adana. The symbols of the city, visible on the coins, were two naked wrestlers.⁣⁣
    The significance of Aspendos in Greek era did not come from its political influences, but from the well-developed economy which provided great wealth for the city. The city collected great incomes from the trade in salt, olive oil and wool. It was also renowned from horse breeding and its horses were highly valued in the whole Mediterranean region.⁣⁣
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  • 1,633 26 13 June, 2019

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  • Two gilded Pan masks adorn the bottom of the vertical handles of the silver amphora. The god of the wild nature is closely linked to Dionysus, therefore is often presented on wine vases - part of the symposiac sets.
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Две позлатени маски на Пан украсяват вертикалните дръжки на сребърната амфора. Богът на дивата природа е тясно обвързан с Дионис, поради което често е представян върху съдове за вино – част от сервизите за пиршества.
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The book of Dr. Athanasios Sideris ‘Metal Vases and Utensils in the Vassil Bojkov Collection’ (Vol. 1, Sofia, 2016) can be purchased with international shipping on Amazon or official website www.vassilbojkovcollection.bg
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  • Two gilded Pan masks adorn the bottom of the vertical handles of the silver amphora. The god of the wild nature is closely linked to Dionysus, therefore is often presented on wine vases - part of the symposiac sets.
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    Две позлатени маски на Пан украсяват вертикалните дръжки на сребърната амфора. Богът на дивата природа е тясно обвързан с Дионис, поради което често е представян върху съдове за вино – част от сервизите за пиршества.
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    The book of Dr. Athanasios Sideris ‘Metal Vases and Utensils in the Vassil Bojkov Collection’ (Vol. 1, Sofia, 2016) can be purchased with international shipping on Amazon or official website www.vassilbojkovcollection.bg
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    #VassilBojkovCollection #ThraceFoundation #MetalVasesAndUtensils #MetalVasesAndUtensilVolume1
  • 67 1 12 hours ago
  • Reposted from @robertedwardgrant -  It is not all that well known that the Great Pyramid of Giza is the only large scale pyramid in the world to actually be EIGHT sided. Only at certain times of the day and only from above is this concave feature of each face readily apparent. The fact that the builders of this structure (whoever they may have been) were able to achieve this level of precision in creating a pyramid made of over 2,330,000 blocks that weigh an average of over 2 tons each contributes to why this pyramid is one of the greatest engineering achievements of all time.

The question is, how did they do it? Whoever "they" are...
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#pyramid #greatpyramid #egypt #giza #pyramids #thegreatpyramid #ancientegypt #ancienttechnology #ancientcivilization #mystery #eightsided - #regrann
  • Reposted from @robertedwardgrant - It is not all that well known that the Great Pyramid of Giza is the only large scale pyramid in the world to actually be EIGHT sided. Only at certain times of the day and only from above is this concave feature of each face readily apparent. The fact that the builders of this structure (whoever they may have been) were able to achieve this level of precision in creating a pyramid made of over 2,330,000 blocks that weigh an average of over 2 tons each contributes to why this pyramid is one of the greatest engineering achievements of all time.

    The question is, how did they do it? Whoever "they" are...
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    #pyramid #greatpyramid #egypt #giza #pyramids #thegreatpyramid #ancientegypt #ancienttechnology #ancientcivilization #mystery #eightsided - #regrann
  • 41 1 12 hours ago

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  • Less than two days until the next episode of Lost Origins drops and you need to get stoked! In the meantime, headphone up and check out a recent episode to get your fix #questionEverything
  • Less than two days until the next episode of Lost Origins drops and you need to get stoked! In the meantime, headphone up and check out a recent episode to get your fix #questionEverything
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  • It is not all that well known that the Great Pyramid of Giza is the only large scale pyramid in the world to actually be EIGHT sided. Only at certain times of the day and only from above is this concave feature of each face readily apparent. The fact that the builders of this structure (whoever they may have been) were able to achieve this level of precision in creating a pyramid made of over 2,330,000 blocks that weigh an average of over 2 tons each contributes to why this pyramid is one of the greatest engineering achievements of all time.

The question is, how did they do it? Whoever "they" are...
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#pyramid #greatpyramid #egypt #giza #pyramids #thegreatpyramid #ancientegypt #ancienttechnology #ancientcivilization #mystery #eightsided
  • It is not all that well known that the Great Pyramid of Giza is the only large scale pyramid in the world to actually be EIGHT sided. Only at certain times of the day and only from above is this concave feature of each face readily apparent. The fact that the builders of this structure (whoever they may have been) were able to achieve this level of precision in creating a pyramid made of over 2,330,000 blocks that weigh an average of over 2 tons each contributes to why this pyramid is one of the greatest engineering achievements of all time.

    The question is, how did they do it? Whoever "they" are...
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    #pyramid #greatpyramid #egypt #giza #pyramids #thegreatpyramid #ancientegypt #ancienttechnology #ancientcivilization #mystery #eightsided
  • 1,525 105 15 hours ago
  • White Desert⁣
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Covering more than 2.8 million square kilometers, this vast desert starts at the western banks of the Nile and continues into Libya and contains five isolated, but thriving, oases: Kharga, Dakhla, Farafra, Bahariyya and Siwa. There are magnificent rock formations that form from wind erosions. The colors change at times from the sun, a beautiful sight to see. 📍 Desierto blanco⁣
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  • White Desert⁣

    Covering more than 2.8 million square kilometers, this vast desert starts at the western banks of the Nile and continues into Libya and contains five isolated, but thriving, oases: Kharga, Dakhla, Farafra, Bahariyya and Siwa. There are magnificent rock formations that form from wind erosions. The colors change at times from the sun, a beautiful sight to see. 📍 Desierto blanco⁣

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    📷 @egypt.history
  • 825 7 16 hours ago
  • 🇬🇧Glenfinnan is a hamlet in Lochaber area of the Highlands of Scotland. In 1745 the Jacobite rising began here when Prince Charles Edward Stuart raised his standard on the shores of Loch Shiel. Seventy years later, the 18 m Glenfinnan Monument, at the head of the loch, was erected to commemorate the historic event.⠀
By 1815, the Jacobite cause was no longer a political threat. Alexander Macdonald of Glenaladale, a minor branch of the Clan Donald, built a memorial tower at Glenfinnan to commemorate the raising of the standard of the Young Pretender. The tower was designed by the Scottish architect James Gillespie Graham. The statue of an anonymous highlander, referred to at the point of commission as Charles Edward Stewart, by John Greenshields, was not added until 1835.🏛🗿⠀
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🇮🇹Glenfinnan è un villaggio nella zona di Lochaber delle Highlands scozzesi. Nel 1745 la rivolta giacobita iniziò qui quando il principe Charles Edward Stuart alzò il suo vessillo sulle rive del Loch Shiel. Settanta anni dopo, il Monumento di Glenfinnan a 18 metri, a capo del lago, fu eretto per commemorare l'evento storico.⠀
Nel 1815, la causa giacobita non era più una minaccia politica. Alexander Macdonald di Glenaladale costruì appunto una torre commemorativa a Glenfinnan per commemorare l'innalzamento dello standard del giovane Pretender. La torre è stata progettata dall'architetto scozzese James Gillespie Graham. La statua di un anonimo highlander non fu aggiunta fino al 1835. 🏛🗿⠀
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🏺Go see my stories to know something new about travel or archaeology!🏛🗿•⠀
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#archaeologicaltrip #glenfinnanviaduct #scotland_insta #scotland_ig #antico #ancienthistory #antichità #ancient #scotland_lover #scotlandhighlands #glenfinnan #historical #archeology #archeologia #lochaber #antichitá #heritage #historicscotland #historia #archaeology #scotlandsites #scotlandtravel #scotlandtrip #ancientcivilization #scotlandhighlands #ancientarchitecture #ancientruins #archaeologylife
  • 🇬🇧Glenfinnan is a hamlet in Lochaber area of the Highlands of Scotland. In 1745 the Jacobite rising began here when Prince Charles Edward Stuart raised his standard on the shores of Loch Shiel. Seventy years later, the 18 m Glenfinnan Monument, at the head of the loch, was erected to commemorate the historic event.⠀
    By 1815, the Jacobite cause was no longer a political threat. Alexander Macdonald of Glenaladale, a minor branch of the Clan Donald, built a memorial tower at Glenfinnan to commemorate the raising of the standard of the Young Pretender. The tower was designed by the Scottish architect James Gillespie Graham. The statue of an anonymous highlander, referred to at the point of commission as Charles Edward Stewart, by John Greenshields, was not added until 1835.🏛🗿⠀
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    🇮🇹Glenfinnan è un villaggio nella zona di Lochaber delle Highlands scozzesi. Nel 1745 la rivolta giacobita iniziò qui quando il principe Charles Edward Stuart alzò il suo vessillo sulle rive del Loch Shiel. Settanta anni dopo, il Monumento di Glenfinnan a 18 metri, a capo del lago, fu eretto per commemorare l'evento storico.⠀
    Nel 1815, la causa giacobita non era più una minaccia politica. Alexander Macdonald di Glenaladale costruì appunto una torre commemorativa a Glenfinnan per commemorare l'innalzamento dello standard del giovane Pretender. La torre è stata progettata dall'architetto scozzese James Gillespie Graham. La statua di un anonimo highlander non fu aggiunta fino al 1835. 🏛🗿⠀
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    📸 by @johnny.stills
    🏺Go see my stories to know something new about travel or archaeology!🏛🗿•⠀
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    #archaeologicaltrip #glenfinnanviaduct #scotland_insta #scotland_ig #antico #ancienthistory #antichità #ancient #scotland_lover #scotlandhighlands #glenfinnan #historical #archeology #archeologia #lochaber #antichitá #heritage #historicscotland #historia #archaeology #scotlandsites #scotlandtravel #scotlandtrip #ancientcivilization #scotlandhighlands #ancientarchitecture #ancientruins #archaeologylife
  • 395 3 17 hours ago
  • One of my favorites routines is discover new ancient places to dream...
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A la espera de los 🦖 jaja
  • One of my favorites routines is discover new ancient places to dream...
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    A la espera de los 🦖 jaja
  • 28 2 18 hours ago
  • Machu Picchu, the Inca Royal Estate, that was hidden in vegetation for years. Spanish conquistadors weren’t able to find it because the smart Inca people destroyed part of the Inca trail as they fled to safer retreats.
  • Machu Picchu, the Inca Royal Estate, that was hidden in vegetation for years. Spanish conquistadors weren’t able to find it because the smart Inca people destroyed part of the Inca trail as they fled to safer retreats.
  • 96 2 20 hours ago