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Holy Trinity orthodox cathedral, Tbilisi, Georgia Featured Related Images Print

Holy Trinity orthodox cathedral, Tbilisi, Georgia

The Holy Trinity Cathedral, commonly known as Sameba, is the main cathedral of the Georgian Orthodox Church located in Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia. Constructed between 1995 and 2004, it is the third-tallest Eastern Orthodox cathedral in the world

© 2018 Andrea Ricordi

992779016, Sameba

Figuring it out Featured Related Images Print

Figuring it out

Figuring it out. Illustration shows a classroom scene with the rulers of several countries as the students, most are identified by country and showing the attributes of their leaders, such as, in the back row, Russia (Nicholas II), Germany (William II), and England (John Bull), and in the front row, Austria (Franz Joseph I), France (Emile Loubet), Uncle Sam, Japan (Meiji, Emperor of Japan), and Italy (Victor Emmanuel III), and on the far left, sitting on a stool, is Turkey wearing a Dunce cap. The teacher labeled Diplomacy, at the front of the room, points to a blackboard on which is written If the Boer War cost Great Britain $825, 000, 000 what would a world's war cost? While most of the leaders ponder this question, Russia and Japan glare at each other. There are three wastebaskets filled with weapons. Date 1903 November 4. Figuring it out. Illustration shows a classroom scene with the rulers of several countries as the students, most are identified by country and showing the attributes of their leaders, such as, in the back row, Russia (Nicholas II), Germany (William II), and England (John Bull), and in the front row, Austria (Franz Joseph I), France (Emile Loubet), Uncle Sam, Japan (Meiji, Emperor of Japan), and Italy (Victor Emmanuel III), and on the far left, sitting on a stool, is Turkey wearing a Dunce cap. The teacher labeled Diplomacy, at the front of the room, points to a blackboard on which is written If the Boer War cost Great Britain $825, 000, 000 what would a world's war cost? While most of the leaders ponder this question, Russia and Japan glare at each other. There are three wastebaskets filled with weapons. Date 1903 November 4

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Kos - Women (Ottoman era) Featured Related Images Print

Kos - Women (Ottoman era)

This picture is from Ottoman times and depicts women sitting, having been drinking wine, in traditional costume, on the Island of Kos (or Cos) (Turkish - Istankoy, Italian - Coo, English - Stanchio'. Four kilometres from the coast of Southern Anatolia, opposite Bodrum. Was a part of the Turkish region of Caria. Ruled by the Ottomans for 400 years- transferred to Italy in 1912. In World War Two - taken over by Germany (until 1945). Then became protectorate of the UK, who ceded it to Greece in 1947. Big tourist area nowadays. Hippocrates ('The Father of Medicine') lived there in the 5th century BC

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