Under the governing of UNESCO, Angkor Wat and Colosseum of Rome have been listed as heritage wonders of the world. Angkor Wat, located in Cambodia, is a temple built in the early years of the 12th century by King Suryavaraman II; whereas located in Rome, the Colosseum is an amphitheater in which the construction was started by Emperor Vespasian in 70 A.D. Even both sites were built in two different periods of time and located in two different continents of the world, they have captured worldwide attentions by their histories, their purposes behind the construction, and their architectural structures. Undoubtedly, the most captivated of Angkor Wat and the Colosseum to the world are their histories. As been mentioned, Angkor Wat was built by King Suryavaraman II in the early 12th century in order to dedicate the god Vishnu (Gray, M., 1982-2014).
Angkor Wat temple was the most important in Angkor, constructed by Suryavarman II at the beginning of the 12th century and converted in the icon of the Cambodian culture. The construction of Angkor Wat likely began in 1116 A.D. and finished in 1150. It went from the coronation to the death of the king who decided to do it, Suryavarman II. The dates are not 100 % confirmed; inscriptions, which are vague, architectural design and artistic style of the temple as well as the associated sculptures put them closer to reality
Visocica Hill was discovered in Visoko by Semir Osmanagic. He transformed it to a stepped pyramid in 2006. There are two pyramid-shaped hills opposite Visocica Hill. They have a height of 720 feet. The Pyramid of the Dragon is believed to be more than 11,000 years old.
The Royal Acquaintances Memi and Sabu was sculpted between the years of 2575–2465 B.C. in the region of Giza, Egypt (Metropolitan Museum of Art a, 2016). In comparison with the Statute of Gudea which was sculpted around the year 2090 B.C. in Girsu which is now known as Lagash in the present day Northern Iraq (United States Department of Defense, n.d.). The Royal Acquaintances Memi and Sabu statue was used in the ancient tombs and burial grounds in Ancient Egypt.
The first building analysed is the Mukteshvara temple was built between the years 950 and 975 in the sacred city of Bhubaneshwar. Bhubaneshwar is the artistic and religious capital of Orissa. Orissa has a great and valuable heritage of Indian temples in particular of northern-style temple architecture of which the Mukteshvara temple is an example. In this case the temple is dedicated to Siva. The second temple discussed is the Airavatesvara temple, which was built in the town of Darasuram in the 12th century.
As the pyramid grew, the tunnel leading to the tomb was extended. They made other rooms and they moved the sarcophagus into the chamber. After ten years, the base of the pyramid could be seen from miles away. Twenty six years after Mahnud Hotep presented his plan, 124 courses had been completed. The flat area on top now measured only 10 feet square.
Result of this is that multiple companies are using the same route as the one RTT uses. Slum tourism is still growing, currently setting the prospected visitor number of RTT alone at 17.000 in 2013.With this knowledge at hand, it seemed plausible to assume that the tours may influence the workflow or daily routine of the community members. This assumption can be considered as a fact up to a certain extent. Although almost all respondents are confronted with tourists on a daily basis, the general perception of slum tours are positive, neutral or indifferent. Many respondents are more familiar with the idea of visitors coming into their community nowadays.
India is often known as artist’s paradise. That’s because India is a very old country which is not only vast in nature but only has diversity both geographically and ethnically. India has been the abode to people of various cultures having specific artistic styles and India still have numerous historical places which bears the testimony of the artistic excellence of our forefathers. These places are tourist magnet and famous not only in India but also internationally. Every year several international tourists visit these places to see the amazing arts and quench the thirst of their eyes.
OB Term Assignment Research based on organization Team members Akshay Tarwani 106 Gunjan Chaudhari 116 Prashant Roy Sharma 136 Siddhartha Bhati 146 Abhijeet Mandal 156 Rishabh Gupta 166 About the Group Founded in 1935 by Jaidayal Dalmia; the cement division of DCBL was established in 1939 and enjoys a heritage of 70 years of expertise and experience. They are headquartered in New Delhi with cement, sugar, travel agency, magnesite, refractory and electronic operations spread across the country. The Dalmia Group had established four cement plants in pre-independence years, two of which were affected by the partition and Independence. The two remaining plants operate as Dalmia Cement and they have also made strategic investment
Travelling is one of the most valuable and enriching experiences in our lives; increasing our knowledge, opening our minds, enriching our spirits, extending new moral values; and you can find many destinations in the world that would fulfill your desires. Thousands and thousands of people are travelling every day to new places, whether it is for leisure, educational or health purposes. Some people use travelling as a means of releasing stress while some do it as a hobby. Tourism brings people close around the globe while helping to enhance the status of various countries. Most tourist sites have gained their names as UNESCO heritage sites, mostly because tourists have and are still visiting those areas.