23 interesting facts about U.S. colleges
23 interesting facts about American colleges 17 March 2012. Section Training As a rule, are paid worse than teachers-Humanities (music, foreign languages, fine arts, drama, etc.) Teachers for Economics, physics,…

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Features of Egypt is the sight of a man, first appeared in Asia
We met a wonderful guy, Repair, guide tour groups in Egypt, exchanged contacts and ask around about the peculiarities of Egypt, about the country and customs. First found out about…

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Japanese style in the creation of the garden

Japanese gardens arose under the impression of Chinese gardens. The difference between Japanese and Chinese gardens, S. S. Ozhegov describes as “… In Japan, the garden is formed around a compact, generally symmetrical group of buildings. The Chinese garden includes a symmetrical group of buildings with an axial build, and usually with courtyards. In China, the most expressive point of view on the landscape are highlighted by pergolas, gates, special round openings (in the shape of the moon). Japanese garden design so that a change of beautiful scenery was continuously driven along the route…”.

Religion of Japan – Shinto is rooted in nature. The ceremony and the gods of Shinto are closely linked with the seasons and the scenery. With the building of the capital city – Kyoto – the culture of gardens beginning to bloom. This time is known as the Heian period (794 – 1185 CE) which is associated with the appearance of the characteristic style for gardens. Many gardens in this period occupied a large territory. Almost always in the center of the garden was a large pond that served as water supplies. In the gardens so dear to early flowering plants, paid great attention to the evergreens and conifers. For autumn flowering is widely used chrysanthemum. The Japanese garden is a huge source of images for the viewer, a place of transformation and area of a dreamer that allows you to transcend everyday reality. Continue reading

Interesting facts about South Korea


Interesting facts about South Korea

The most important and interesting facts about South Korea .

South Korea is among the Developed countries;

South Korea leader in medicine among Asian countries. Medicine in South Korea is one of the best in the world! Successfully conducted operations on oncological diseases(cancer), plastic surgery, dentistry, etc.;

Neither in North nor in South Korea do not accept each other as a separate independent country. South Korea believes the North part of the North the Communists, i.e. the handful of people keeping the people fearful and submissive. North Korea considers South Korea’s colonized part of the US.

From the above it follows that the citizens of North Korea are nationals of South Korea, i.e., automatically granted citizenship in South Korea. The same offers North Korea – but I don’t think anyone in their right mind wish to give up citizenship in South Korea for citizenship in North Korea.

The most hardworking people in the world are residents of South Korea – according to Forbеs. The total number of annual working hours is 2 thousand 357 hours. Next come the Greeks, Czechs, Hungarians, Poles, Norway, Germany, Holland. The U.S. and Germany.

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Family traditions: Korea

Korea

South Korea is exotic, although, however, and modernity. Located in the southern part of the Korean Peninsula.

South Korea is a highly developed country with beautiful scenery, and friendly people. After the Second world war the country became a Republic. The country covers a dense network of canals, rivers and vast areas covered with forests, which cover about 60% of the area of the whole country. The only neighbour of that country is North Korea, which has a much poorer nature. This is mainly due to the warmer climate and great coastline of South Korea.

History

The history of Korea is rooted in the year 2333 BC. According to the legend, it was then that Dan-gun founded the first Korean Kingdom – Cocoon. From 57 BC 676 lasted the Era of the Three Kingdoms. Three Royal dynasties: Goguryeo, Baekje and Silla then fought for influence over the country. In the end, the latter won. In the X century began the reign of the Koryo dynasty. Its significance is evidenced by the fact that the Cortex is where the name “Korea”. At the time Buddhism became the state religion and greatly influenced both culture and politics. In 1392, General Lee overthrew the Song dynasty with the help of their Chinese allies. That was the beginning of the Joseon dynasty, which ruled until 1910.

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