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Famous castles of Scotland

There is a collection of Forbes family portraits inside as well as a considerable quantity of Forbes furnishings dating to the 17th and 18th centuries.As of 2006, the castle, its estate, and over 200 acres of adjoining farmlands and woodlands are owned by the National Trust for Scotland. They are open to tourists during the summer months. The castle is closed to tour buses and large groups, but may be accessed by guided tour. Also, the castle will be closed from the end of August 2007, due to restoration work being carried out on its exterior. Famous castles of Scotland Edin...

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London - the capital of Great Britain

The Greenwich Park is also special, because it is surrounding the national sea museum. The Regents Park is known, because there is the London zoo. The London zoo, opened in 1828 as a scientific zoo, is the oldest one in the whole world. In 1848, it was opened for people. The London zoo covers 36 acres and there are about 5000 animals in the zoo. The zoo is open every day except Christmas Day. The ticket costs 14 pounds for and adult and 10.75 pounds for a child. St. James's park is famous for its water birds, for example ducks and pelicans. Buckingham palace is near St James's park. The building of the Buckingham palace started in 1703. It was built for the Duke of Buckingham. The house was later bought by King George III for himself and...

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Fridrick douglass

Audentese Erakool Frederick Douglas Author: Kristin Liiv Supervisor: Martin Sillaots Tallinn 2007 Frederick Douglas................................................................................................................3 Life as a slave...

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Sandrigham house

The Estate is run commercially by the Land Agent, on The Queen's behalf. Over half of the Estate is let to farm tenants, the remainder being farmed in hand or used for forestry (the Estate has its own sawmill). There are also two studs, a fruit farm and a country park. These, together with the house's gardens, employ over 100 full-time staff. Sandringham Country Park, open free all year since 1968, is an area of 250 hectares (over 600 acres) of carefully managed woodland and heath. It has two nature trails and camping and caravan club sites. A Visitors' Centre with gift shop and restaurants is open daily in summer and at weekends in winter. HISTORY OF SANDRINGHAM'S HOUSE Although a Royal residence for only 150 years, Sandringham abounds in history. It has seen the deaths of two monarchs; suffered its share of wartime tragedy; and been the venue for the first...

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The importance of the rainforest

In 1950, about 15 percent of the Earth's land surface was covered by rainforest. Today, more than half has already gone up in smoke. In fewer than fifty years, more than half of the world's tropical rainforests have fallen victim to fire and the chain saw, and the rate of destruction is still accelerating. Unbelievably, more than 200,000 acres of rainforest are burned every day. That is more than 150 acres lost every minute of every day, and 78 million acres lost every year! More than 20 percent of the Amazon rainforest is already gone, and much more is severely threatened as the destruction continues. It is estimated that the Amazon alone is vanishing at a rate of 20,000 square miles a year. If nothing is done to curb this trend, the entire Amazon could well be gone within fifty years. Ma...

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London - sillad, tornid, ajalugu

You can also visit the inside of the tower, where you can observe the original mechanism which used to raise the bridge. Tower of London The Tower of London was built by William the Conqueror to protect and control the city of London. When it was first built it lay within the old Roman City Walls. In the 13th century it was enlarged beyond those walls. Including the moat, it now covers 18 acres . The White Tower is the only remaining Norman building. Since successive monarchs have modified it and added to it, most of the architectural styles popular over the centuries can be found within The Tower's walls. The Tower has been used as fortress, a palace, and a prison. It has housed the Royal Mint, the Public Records, and the Royal Observatory. And from the 13th century until 1834 it housed the Royal Menagerie. For centuri...

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Native Americans

¤ over 500 nations/tribes ¤ closeness to nature ¤ europeans came for the free land ¤ less civilized ¤ they lived in teepee's ¤ they hunted buffalos for food, clothing BERENGIA- Land Bridge connecting Asia (Siberia) to Alaska 1500 km wide North to South 65 000 B.P (before the present) rised out of the sea to 40 000 B.P a wave when people came from west. 36 000-32 000 B.P arrived p...

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The Tower of London

The White Tower consisted of three storeys and contains the austere Norman Chapel of St. John, which remains one of the best preserved examples of a Norman chapel in England. The present castle, now covering eighteen acres evolved around the Conqueror's keep, being added to by successive generations. The Tower of London in The 20th Century During the First World War eleven German spies were shot by firing squad in the Tower of London. Only one bomb was dropped on the Tower during that war and fortunately it fell on the moat. During the Second World War the Tower of London was closed to the public and the crown jewels were removed to a safer location. During th...

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Taj Mahal

The finial is topped by a moon, a typical Islamic motif, whose horns point heavenward. Because of its placement on the main spire, the horns of moon and finial point combine to create a trident shape, reminiscent of traditional Hindu symbols of Shiva. Construction The Taj Mahal was built on a parcel of land to the south of the walled city of Agra. An area of roughly three acres was excavated, filled with dirt to reduce seepage and leveled at 50 meters above riverbank. In the tomb area, wells were dug and filled with stone and rubble as the footings of the tomb. Instead of lashed bamboo, workmen constructed a colossal brick scaffold that mirrored the tomb. The scaffold was so enormous that foremen estimated it would take years to dismantle. According to the legend, Shah Jahan decreed that anyone could keep the bricks...

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Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens Introduction The reasons for choosing the subject: · Interesting · Close to nature · Something new · An exciting place to visit · UNESCO World Heritage Site How to find Kew Gardens? · South bank of the River Thames, near Richmond · About 10km south-west of London · Public transport is recommended: environment, parking General In...

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London topic

That followed with a granite bridge in 1831 and the present bridge in 1973. The most recent bridge is the Millennium Bridge. It is one of the world's first horizontal suspension bridges. Londoners nicknamed the bridge the Wobbly Bridge. The name came after some people felt an unexpected swaying motion on the first two days after the bridge opened. It was then closed and modified. Hyde Park is London's largest open space (630 acres ). Hyde Park was the site of Prince Albert's Great Exhibition in 1851. It used to be a hunting ground for Henry VIII. It is famous for its Speakers' Corner. The park has become a traditional location for mass demonstrations. Another place often visited by tourists is the London Eye also known as the Millennium Wheel. It is the tallest (135 metres) Ferris wheel in Europe. It was established in 1834. It has 32 capsules and you can see 40 km fro...

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Konspekt USA history

I Native Americans · Origin of Native Americans ­ Origin is debatable Siberia->Alaska Crossed the land bridge around 14,000 years ago "ice-free corridor" Hunters, searching for fresh grounds · Different tribes and their way of life In tents, dark skin, hair is long, black and straight, women-agriculture, men- hunting. bands(chief. Travelled together) and tribes land was owned by the tr...

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Portugali uurimustöö

Portugal 1.ASUKOHT KAARDIL Portugal asub Lõuna- Euroopas Pürenee...

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Sunflower

This widely adapted crop is now grown in every temperate region, including many parts of the U.S. In the U.S., 2.7 million acres were grown in 1991, about 85 percent of which was oilseed sunflower. The rest was grown for whole-seed confectionary uses. North Dakota has been the leader in sunflower production, with 1.4 million acres in 1991. South Dakota and Minnesota are the next biggest sunflower producers. Kansas grew about 75,000 acres of sunflower in 1991, about two-thirds of it oilseed varieties. Nearly 20,000 acres were grown in Missouri in the late 1970s, but Missouri ac...

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USA osariigid

The country also possesses several territories in the Caribbean and Pacific. It consists of 50 states. United States is the third largest country with the territory of 9.83 million km2. It's population is about 309 million. USA became an independent country on July 4, 1776. The capital of the country is Washington DC (District of Columbia). The land area of the United States is approximately 1.9 billion acres , which makes a total of 770 million in hectares. Alaska is the largest state at 150 million hectares and it is followed by Texas with nearly 70 million hectares. In 33 of the 50 USA states, the state capital is not the state with the highest population. For example, the capital of New York is not New York City, which is the city with the highest population in USA. Albany is the capital of New York's state with the municipal population of 96...

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USA

6 The climate of the United States of America The land area of the contiguous United States is approximately 770 million hectares. Alaska, separated from the contiguous United States by Canada, is the largest state at 365 million acres (150 million hectares). Hawaii, occupying an archipelago in the central Pacific, southwest of North America, has just over 1.6 million hectares. There are many lakes in American for example Lake Michigan or Lake Hudson. There are also many rivers for example the longest river is Mississippi which is one of the longest rivers in the world. There are really big mountain ranges like the Rocky Mountains. Also there are several deserts like Ar...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Londoni ajalugu Rooma - 20 sajand

London important sights guide Roman period ­ 20th century · Big Ben is the nickname for the great bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London and is often extended to refer to the clock or the clock tower as well. It is the largest four-faced chiming clock and the third-tallest free...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The Crow Tribe

The Crow, also called the Absaroka or Apsáalooke, are a Siouan-language tribe of Native Americans who historically lived in the Yellowstone River valley. They now live on a reservation south of Billings, Montana. Tribal headquarters are located at Crow Agency, Montana. The name of the tribe, Apsáalooke was translated into French by interpreters as gens du corbeaux (people of [the] crows). It means "ch...

Inglisekeelne geograafia - Keskkool
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Suurbritannia ühiskond ja kultuur konspekt

Hyde Park - Hyde Park is one of the largest parks in central London, England and one of the Royal Parks of London, famous for its Speakers' Corner. Hyde Park is one of several royal parks in London connected to each other, forming one large green lung in the center of the city. The other parks are the neighboring Kensington Gardens, Green Park and St. James's Park. Hyde park covers more than 360 acres (142 hectares) and hosts many large events, including celebrations and concerts. It is also a popular place for jogging, swimming, rowing, picnicking and even horse riding. The park was the site of The Great Exhibition of 1851 The park has become a traditional location for mass demonstrations. The park is divided in two by the Serpentine. In 1536 King Henry VIII confiscated Hyde Park from the monks of Westminster Abbey. It was used primaril...

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New York

Its name is derived from the nickname for the state of New York, The Empire State. It stood as the world's tallest building for more than forty years, from its completion in 1931 until construction of the World Trad Center's North Tower was completed in 1972. 2. Central Park. Central Park is an urban park that occupies about 1.2 square miles (341 hectares, or 843 acres ) in the heart of Manhattan in New York City. It is host to approximately twenty-five million visitors each year. Central Park was opened in 1859, completed in 1873 and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1963. 3. The statue of Liberty. The Statue of Liberty officially titled Liberty Enlightening the World, dedicated on October 28, 1886, is a monument commemorating the centennial of the signing of the United States Declaration of Independ...

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