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    Main » 2013 » April » 25

    PERU: Saqsaywaman.

    The Question of the Material Origin of the Saqsaywaman Fortress

     "... And even 450 years later, thousands of tourists, who come here to visit the Inca ruins, are experiencing together some kind of fear, amazement and wonder. From Cuzco to Pisac, from Ollantaytambo to Machu Picchu, they are admiring the beauty of Inca buildings, being stunned by the real size of the stones, and their fantastic joining to each other."
    (Jean Pierre Protzen)
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    EGYPT: December - 2012.
    The Pyramid of Zoser.

    The Step Pyramid at Saqqara is the oldest surviving in the world of the  large stone architectural buildings, and also it is the first pyramid in Ancient Egypt. According the official history version, it was built by Imhotep for the burial of an Egyptian pharaoh Zoser around 2650 BC. The Zoser Pyramid has six steps, with a base size 115x125 m and a height of about 62 m.

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    Views: 1178 | Added by: 7th_Guest | Date: 25.04.2013

    Osiris and Isis ballet

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