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- Beirut is the capital and largest city of Lebanon. No recent population census has been conducted, but 2007 estimates ranged from slightly more than 1 million to 2.2 million as part of Greater Beirut, which makes it the third-largest city in the Levant region and the fifteenth-largest in the Arab world.
- Beit She'an, also known as Beisan, and historically known as Scythopolis is a city in the Northern District of Israel, which has played an important role in history due to its geographical location at the junction of the Jordan River Valley and the Jezreel Valley.
- Gozo, known locally as Għawdex and in antiquity as Gaulos, is an island of the Maltese archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea. The island is part of the Republic of Malta. After the island of Malta itself, it is the second-largest island in the archipelago.
- Gümüşler is a belde in Niğde Province, Turkey. It is 7 kilometres east of the city of Niğde. During the Byzantine era, its name was Tracias. The most important Byzantine building in the town is Gümüşler Monastery, which is a cave monastery. The population of Gümüşler is 2325 as of 2011.
- Jaisalmer, nicknamed "The Golden city", is a city in the Indian state of Rajasthan, located 575 kilometres west of the state capital Jaipur. The town stands on a ridge of yellowish sandstone, and is crowned by the ancient Jaisalmer Fort. This fort contains a royal palace and several ornate Jain temples. Many of the houses and temples of both the fort, and of the town below, are built of finely sculptured sandstone.
- Nazareth is the largest city in the Northern District of Israel. Nazareth is known as "the Arab capital of Israel". In 2019 its population was 77,445. The inhabitants are predominantly Arab citizens of Israel, of whom 69% are Muslim and 30.9% Christian. Nof HaGalil
- An Olympiad is a period of four years associated with the Olympic Games of the Ancient Greeks. Although the Ancient Olympic Games were established during Archaic Greece, it was not until the Hellenistic period, beginning with Ephorus, that the Olympiad was used as a calendar epoch.
- Petra, originally known to its inhabitants as Raqmu, is a historical and archaeological city in southern Jordan. Petra lies around Jabal Al-Madbah in a basin surrounded by mountains which form the eastern flank of the Arabah valley that runs from the Dead Sea to the Gulf of Aqaba.
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Noravank is a 13th-century Armenian monastery, located 122 km from Yerevan in a narrow gorge made by the Amaghu River, near the town of Yeghegnadzor, Armenia. The gorge is known for its tall, sheer, brick-red cliffs, directly across from the monastery. The monastery is best known for its two-story Surb Astvatsatsin (Holy Mother of God) church, which grants access to the second floor by way of a narrow stone-made staircase jutting out from the face of building.
Ludlow Castle is a Norman Fortress that has been extended to be a Royal Palace giving it a significant place in English history. The castle has been owned by the Earles of Powis since 1811 who have preserved the current building which is open to visitors. Photo was taken, with permission, using a DJI Inspire drone on a perfect English summers day. For more information visit https://www.ludlowcastle.com/the-castle/ where you will find a video taken at the same time or go to https://imagefactory.co for more ideas.
The South Theater Built during the reign of Emperor Domitian, between 90-92AD, the South Theater can seat more than 3000 spectators. The first level of the ornate stage, which was originally a two-story structure, has been reconstructed and is still used today. The theater's remarkable acoustics allow a speaker at the center of the orchestra floor to be heard throughout the entire auditorium without raising his voice.
Santa Eulalia’s Festival, Celebrating the bravery of a unique child The story of #Eulalia dates back to ancient days of #Christian persecution in #Barcelona, during the era of #Roman emperor Diocletian. Eulalia was a young Christian that lived in the countryside of Barcelona which is now called Sarrià. Eulalia was a strong #humanrights activist who refused to recant her faith in Christianity, speaking out against the #dictatorship of emperor Diocletian. For this reason, she was subjected to severe torture by the Roman army.
Noratus cemetery also spelled Noraduz, (Armenian: Õ†Õ¸Ö€Õ¡Õ¿Õ¸Ö‚Õ½) is a medieval cemetery with many early khachkars located in the village of Noratus, Gegharkunik Province near Gavar and Lake Sevan, 90 km north of Yerevan. The cemetery has the largest cluster of khachkars in Armenia.