Posts Tagged ‘grandeur’

Segóbriga: Vestiges of Roman Grandeur in Spain

Segóbriga was a Celtic, and later Roman, city located in Castilla-La Mancha, in the central part of Spain. Today, the ancient city is an important archaeological park and one of the best-preserved in Spain’s Meseta Central. Segóbriga is most notable for its Roman theatre and amphitheatre, which are located on the fringe of the site. […]

Ancient gateway of Tus being restored to former grandeur 

TEHRAN –Razan Gate, one of the four main gateways to the historical city of Tus, which is located in northeastern Iran, is being restored to its former splendor.  Situated some 100 meters north of the Mausoleum of Ferdowsi, the ruins of the gate can be seen with a length of seven kilometers inside the historical-cultural […]

The World now sees that there’s No Exceptionalism or Grandeur in American Democracy but only Chaos & Injustice

    Even if Trump loses, the truth is that to many Americans Trumpism isn’t a pathology but a new normal which is a product of a massive social divide caused by dissatisfaction with the political system and life in general. The world watches with bated breath as the US Presidential election sits at a […]

The Glory That Was Greece And The Grandeur That Was Rome: Two Short Videos Celebrating Europe’s Great Heritage

These two videos (total length 6 minutes) celebrate the great achievements of the European people, now under threat with the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan for White Genocide.  UPDATE. A correspondent has just sent me this document, a declaration called “A Europe we can believe in“, signed by English philosopher Roger Scruton and nine other eminent Europeans. Feel […]

US with nuclear weapons is a ‘demented maniac with delusions of grandeur’

     In a context of almost total indifference, marked by outright hostility, representatives of over a hundred of the world’s least powerful countries are currently opening another three-week session of United Nations talks aimed at achieving a legally binding ban on nuclear weapons. Very few people even know this is happening. Ban nuclear weapons? Ho […]

Arctic diving & igloo building: RT follows Russian troops on ‘typical day’ near North Pole

A secure shelter would be certainly handy if, say, a blizzard was on its way, RT’s Roman Kosarev explained as he watched the soldiers diligently construct a snow hut. An igloo is made from rectangular blocks which are then carefully arranged. It takes about two or three hours of work to build one which can […]

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