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  • Tuz Gölü Özel Çevre Koruma Alanı
UNESCO Dünya Miras Geçici Listesi(2013)
🧂Ankara, Konya ve Aksaray illeri ile çevrili olan Tuz Gölü, Van Gölü’nden...
  • Tuz Gölü Özel Çevre Koruma Alanı UNESCO Dünya Miras Geçici Listesi(2013) 🧂Ankara, Konya ve Aksaray illeri ile çevrili olan Tuz Gölü, Van Gölü’nden sonra Türkiye’nin ikinci büyük gölüdür. 🧂Yer altı sularıyla beslenen Tuz Gölü, kapalı bir havza olan Konya Havzası’nda yer almaktadır. 🧂Ortalama derinliği 50 cm.’nin altında olan Tuz Gölü, Doğuda Kızılırmak, Güneyde Obruk, Batı’da Cihanbeyli ve Kuzeyde Haymana Platoları ile çevrilidir. 🧂Gölün bulunduğu bölge, Türkiye’nin en az yağış alan bölgesidir. 🧂İlkbaharda gölün genişliği 164.200 hektara ulaşırken yaz aylarında göl yüzeyinde oluşan yaklaşık 30 cm.lik tuz tabakası, bölgedeki aşırı buharlaşmanın bir kanıtıdır. 🧂Türkiye’nin tuz ihtiyacının % 70’i Tuz Gölü’nden sağlanmaktadır. 🐦Sayılamayacak kadar çok çeşitli kuş türüne ev sahipliği yapan Tuz Gölü havzası, yaklaşık 6.000 kadar kuş yuvalama alanına sahiptir. 🌱Bunun yanında bölgede 279 bitki ve bakteri türünün yaşadığı tespit edilmiştir. #tuzgölü #tuzgölü👣👣 #şereflikoçhisar #saltlake #flamingo #flamingos #saltbae #salt #saltbea #unesco
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  • Temple Mount/Haram esh-Sharif, Jerusalem

Temple Mount in the old city of Jerusalem is one of the most contested places on earth. The name, Temple ...
  • Temple Mount/Haram esh-Sharif, Jerusalem Temple Mount in the old city of Jerusalem is one of the most contested places on earth. The name, Temple Mount, refers to a very large, mostly flat, elevated plaza surrounded by retaining walls (one of which is the Western Wall, aka the "Wailing Wall") built during the reign of King Herod the Great. According to Jewish tradition, the First Temple was built here by King Solomon in 957 BCE (BC), and the Second Temple was built here in 516 BCE, and destroyed by the Romans in 70 CE (AD). This place is the holiest site in Judaism. The Temple was built over the Foundation Stone (the Rock) which in Judaism is believed to be the place where God created Adam, and where Abraham attempted to sacrifice his son. The Dome of the Rock (that's the building with the fabulous gold dome) is an Islamic shrine completed in 691 CE (and rebuilt and modified several times since) on the place where the Second Temple is presumed to have stood. The Foundation Stone is inside the Dome of the Rock. Also on Temple Mount, at the southern end, is the al-Aqsa mosque. Built originally as a small prayer house, it was expanded and rebuilt, then completed in 705 CE. It has been destroyed and rebuilt several times. It is the third holiest site in Islam, following Mecca and Medina.
  • 8 3 8 hours ago
  • 🇮🇹Gerasa era un'antica città situata nella odierna Giordania. Il primo insediamento di una certa importanza avvenne dopo la conquista operata da ...
  • 🇮🇹Gerasa era un'antica città situata nella odierna Giordania. Il primo insediamento di una certa importanza avvenne dopo la conquista operata da Alessandro Magno; tuttavia Gerasa divenne veramente importante solo con l'avvento dei Romani nel 64 a.C. e venne annessa alla provincia romana della Siria. Gerasa iniziò a crescere di importanza dopo l'entrata insieme ad altre 9 città nella "Decapolis" e grazie ai profitti dei contatti commerciali con il popolo dei Nabatei. Durante il regno degli imperatori Antonini e in particolare dopo l'annessione della provincia di "Arabia Felix", molte ricchezze confluirono nella città che raggiunse il suo apice pochi decenni dopo nel III secolo d.C. La città ebbe un periodo di forte decadenza (sopratutto dopo la distruzione di Palmira nel 274 d.C.) che la portò all'abbandono di tutti i suoi abitanti all'inizio del medioevo, ma nonostante questo possiamo ancora ammirare le sue grandiose vestigia, monumenti e il piano urbanistico progettato proprio dagli imperatori Antonini. ➖➖➖ 🇬🇧Jerash was an ancient city located in today's Jordan. The first settlement of a certain importance took place after the conquest operated by Alexander the Great; yet Jerash became truly important only with the advent of the Romans in 64 BC. and was annexed to the Roman province of Syria. Jerash began to grow in importance after entering together with 9 other cities in the "Decapolis" and thanks to the profits of commercial contacts with the Nabataean people. During the period of the Antonine emperors and in particular after the annexation of the province of "Arabia Felix", many riches converged in the city that reached its peak a few decades later in the III century AD. The city had a period of strong decline (especially after the destruction of Palmyra in 274 AD) that led to the abandonment of all its inhabitants at the beginning of the Middle Ages, but despite this we can still admire its grandiose remains, monuments and the urban plan designed by the Antonine dinasty. ➖➖➖ Picture by: @samerdahabreh📷 . . #archeologia #archeology #ancient #antique #antico #unesco #jordan #roma #rome #jerash #greece #greek #city #art #arte #architecture #architettura
  • 37 0 8 hours ago
  • ¿Sabías que? 🤓

La cocina mexicana fue reconocida por la UNESCO como Patrimonio Cultural Inmaterial en 2012 😱. Genera una derrama económica de má...
  • ¿Sabías que? 🤓 La cocina mexicana fue reconocida por la UNESCO como Patrimonio Cultural Inmaterial en 2012 😱. Genera una derrama económica de más de 180 mil millones de pesos al año dándole empleo a más de 5.5 millones de personas 👨🏻‍🍳👩🏼‍🍳👨🏾‍💼👩🏽‍💼👨🏼‍🦰 En México el 30% del gasto de los turistas va destinado a la comida. Tenemos más de 1500 platillos y bebidas típicas 🍲🥑😌. . . . #CocinaMexicana #Reconocimiento #Gastronomía #SaborCulinario #UNESCO #Orgullo #MexicanosConPasión
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