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Mini Episode: Inauguration Day

In a shameless tie-in with recent events, we take a look at how an Egyptian king was selected, and then crowned. ┬áThe process could be more complicated than you might expect… 62 more words


Road to Kumbhalgarh Fort

Sitting in the lap of Western Aravalli Hills, it is a World Heritage Site & was built in 15th century. It is the proud birthplace of one India’s most famous Emperors of all time “Maharana Pratap”. 117 more words



View over Sexau from the Hochburg and the Black Forest in the background – Emmendingen, Germany, January 2016


Preserving Monuments, Erasing History

Over the weekend, the New York Times had a fascinating article about a statue in Namibia commemorating (yes, commemorating) Germany’s colonial genocide against the Herero and Nama over a century ago. 433 more words


Beauty in Detail

Long have I known
Her beauty from afar
But I have longed
To know her in detail 13 more words


Love ~ Pic and a Word Challenge #73

Even the purest love
Requires a little maintenance
From time to time 340 more words


New England Settlers Monument, Worcester, MA

A Thirsty Pioneer Woman Takes a Drink of Water From Her Husband in One of the Sixteen Panels Carved in the Granite Base of the New England Settlers Monument in Worcester, MA