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i might not know how to work a pen but i somehow managed to get into NHS! one of my main goals for high school has been accomplished and i couldn’t be happier 🌟 congrats to everyone inducted tonight - you should be so proud of yourselves!!
Uma casa antiga em um beco estreito da cidade de Ho Chi Minh, Vietnã, se transformou em um restaurante com um exuberante jardim envolto por vidros gradeados. O escritório de arquitetura Kientruc O redesenhou o espaço de 161 m2, conectando a residência com o jardim e este com a rua. A parede de vidros de texturas e tamanhos variados cria um visual geométrico bastante interessante, com destaque para os ramos das folhas que atravessam os “buracos”. As paredes internas e externas foram pintadas de branco, contrastando com os móveis de madeira escura e o verde das plantas. No salão principal, mesas e cadeiras amplas para refeições compõe o visual.
∆ Ziggurat Of Agargouf ▲ Iraq ▲ Kassite Civilization
"Dur-Kurigalzu was a city in southern Mesopotamia near the confluence of the Tigris and Diyala rivers about 30 kilometres (19 mi) west of the center of Baghdad. The town of Dur Kurigalzu was founded by the Kassite King Kurigalzu I in the late 15th or early 14th century BC and is situated along an east-west-trending limestone ridge between the Euphrates and Tigris rivers. The prefix Dur- is an Akkadian term meaning "fortress of", while the Kassite royal name Kurigalzu, since it is repeated in the Kassite king list, may have a descriptive meaning as an epithet, such as "herder of the folk (or of the Kassites)". The city contained a ziggurat and temples dedicated to Sumerian gods, as well as a royal palace. The ziggurat was unusually well-preserved, standing to a height of about 170 feet (52 m). The hill of Aqar Quf is dominated by the most visible monument at the site, a ziggurat devoted to the main god of the Babylonian pantheon, Enlil. The surrounding temple-complex has only been excavated on the south-west side of the ziggurat." #unearthing#moundbuilders#stonemason#earthworkers#civilization#architects#universouls#astronomy#astronomers#science#archeology#RootsAndCulture#spirituality#pyramidculture#firstnations
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