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Buland Darwaza at Fatehpur Sikri

‘Buland Darwaza’ famously known as the ‘Gate of Magnificence’ at Fatehpur Sikri(Agra), was built in 16th century by the great mughal emperor Akbar. He built the Buland Darwaza to commemorate his victory over Gujarat and it is also believed to be one of the highest gateway of the world. 220 more words


Spain 2017

Earlier this week, my family and I returned from a trip to Spain. Here are some of my photos from the vacation-enjoy!


Ronda and Pileta Cave  18 more words


As Poland decides to destroy monuments, Russian Duma proposes bringing back the remains of Soviet soldiers to Russia

June 23rd, 2017 – Fort Russ News –
– Sputnik Italia – – translated by Frederick Assar –

Spravedlivaya Rossiya party Vice President Oleg Nilov has suggested Poland should exhume the remains of Soviet soldiers buried in Poland during the Second World War. 203 more words

Confederate Monuments Removed Across The County Sparks Debate In Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ)– Whether or not Confederate monuments should be removed in cities across the country has ignited debate and Baltimore could be next.

RELATED: Calls For Confederate Marker To Be Removed From Md. 337 more words


Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, MA

This Ancient Egyptian Pharaoh Is Just One of the Multitude of Faces Carved of Stone Found on a Massive Granite Monument at Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, MA


Protesting Invisibility in Silver Spring, Maryland

by David S. Rotenstein


Silver Spring, Maryland developed during the early twentieth century as a sundown suburb: an area covering more than ten square miles where racial restrictive deed covenants prevented African Americans from owning or renting homes. 3,444 more words

June 2017