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Humayun's Tomb - Delhi

Humayun’s Tomb was built over a 7 year period starting in 1565 AD by Haji Begum, the widow of Humayun, the 2nd Mugal Emperor. Located in the Indian state of Delhi, the Tomb was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1993 and was… 61 more words


The cradle of Amandla Sisters

Amandla sister: a woman so strong people beg her to take it easy. She is so bold, so determined to live in her power 24/7 that fear means nothing to her. 261 more words

Places To Go, People To Meet

IDENTITY - Who Are We Anyway?

There are so many things that come to mind when I think of heritage and lineage. I’m a deep lover of all things that involve British accents and the 1800s to early 1900s. 773 more words


“Keepers of Each Other’s Culture”

When groups of citizens from Cyprus and abroad, working together in a spirit
of cooperation and trust for the rescue, protection, and promotion and when their motto is: 221 more words

Golden Triangle for a Golden Birthday

Awake way too early today as I am shaking off the 12.5 hours difference of the past week in India with my daughter Lisa. Her Golden Birthday trip choice was India and she found an amazing tour package that cost less than the retail price of airfare alone.   522 more words

Life Decisions

Mass Observation Diary events

The Mass Observation Diaries, with Penny Summerfield and Dorothy Sheridan

This event comprises two talks by Penny Summerfield and Dorothy Sheridan along with a chance to look at some original diaries from the Mass Observation Archive. 463 more words


The Cider Press

Apples are a traditional part of Somerset heritage.

Cider used to be made at Glastonbury Abbey in the 14th century and the museum has a beautiful orchard on site. 171 more words

Rural Life