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|Lothal is one of the most important archaeological sites located in Gujarath, India. History of Lothal dates back to 2400 BC. It is one of the well known cities of Indus valley civilization. Nearby archaeological museum gives an insight into history of this place. It is well connected to Ahmedabad city by road and railways. Lothal is a great destination included in the sightseeing trip of Ahmed...||05/24/2011||297|
|archaeological sites and heritage buildings / structures, mostly around Auckland and Brisbane.||07/17/2005||594|
|Marked here are many (but not all) of the Pyramid / earthen mound structures found near Xianyang in central China. To the East, near Tintong, I have also marked the site of the famous Terracotta Warriors of the first Emperor of Qin.|
Also marked (with crosses) are a handful of sites that are not pyramids, but may still be of archaeological interest. Note particularly the arran...
|This Port situated near Vlora in Albania is called Treport which means Three Ports. The name was probably given because of its configuration.||05/10/2006||712|
|Kucova in Albania is known for the oil depositions. It has been exploited since before the WWII. There are several oil wells which now are oldfashioned.||05/20/2006||759|
|Teotihuacan is an enormous archaeological site in the Basin of Mexico, containing some of the largest pyramidal structures built in the pre-Columbian Americas. Apart from the pyramidal structures, Teotihuacan is also known for its large residential complexes, the Avenue of the Dead, and numerous colorful, well-preserved murals.
At its zenith in the first half of the 1st millennium CE, Teo...
|Chichen Itza is the largest of the Pre-Columbian archaeological sites in Yucatán, Mexico. The city was built by the Maya civilization.||08/14/2005||1,955|
|Air, land and sea boorder crossing points of Albania with neighbouring countries.||05/09/2006||833|
|This Square is to commemorate the Albanian Indipendence. In 28 November 1912 the Government headed by Ismail Qemali, proclaimed Albania an indipendent state. At the left side of the Square stands the Monument of Indipendence.||05/10/2006||789|
|The file is a map of Albania showing 100 constituencies of the country. In different colors is shown the level of participation of voters in each of the constituencies for the parlamentary election of July 3, 2005||03/21/2006||479|
|Abandoned ship in the shore of Adriatic Sea near Durrës, Albania.||05/10/2006||520|
|The main border crossing point between Albania and Greece. You can see the checkpoints in both sides and also you can see people and cars waiting in row to pass the border.||05/09/2006||610|