2. The Character of Chinese Pyramids Chinese pyramids are located in the center of Shaanxi province. They surround Xi’an from different directions and some smaller pyramids are even located in the city. There is a long valley of the pyramids in the northern vicinities of Xianyang, the city which is very close to Xi’an. Stretched from the East to the West for 50 km. long the valley looks like a Milky Way.

2. The Character of Chinese Pyramids Chinese pyramids are located in the center of Shaanxi province. They surround Xi’an from different directions and some smaller pyramids are even located in the city. There is a long valley of the pyramids in the northern vicinities of Xianyang, the city which is very close to Xi’an. Stretched from the East to the West for 50 km. long the valley looks like a Milky Way.

Nisa (also Parthaunisa) was an ancient city, located near modern-day Bagir village, 18 km northwest of Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. The fortress at Nisa was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2007

Nisa (also Parthaunisa) was an ancient city, located near modern-day Bagir village, 18 km northwest of Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. The fortress at Nisa was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2007

Balkh was an ancient city and centre of Zoroastrianism in what is northern Afghanistan. It was one of the major cities of Khorasan. Marco Polo described Balkh as a "noble and great city". The ancient city of Balkh was under the Greeks renamed Bactra, giving its name to Bactria. It was mostly known as the centre and capital of Bactria or Tokharistan.

Balkh was an ancient city and centre of Zoroastrianism in what is northern Afghanistan. It was one of the major cities of Khorasan. Marco Polo described Balkh as a "noble and great city". The ancient city of Balkh was under the Greeks renamed Bactra, giving its name to Bactria. It was mostly known as the centre and capital of Bactria or Tokharistan.

Al Hatra, Iraq Hatra was founded by Ancient Arab tribes[1] some time in the 3rd century BCE. A religious and trading centre under the Parthian empire of Iran, it flourished during the 1st and 2nd centuries BCE.[2] Later on, the city became the capital of possibly the first Arab Kingdom in the chain of Arab cities running from Hatra, in the northeast, via Palmyra, Baalbek and Petra, in the southwest.

Al Hatra, Iraq Hatra was founded by Ancient Arab tribes[1] some time in the 3rd century BCE. A religious and trading centre under the Parthian empire of Iran, it flourished during the 1st and 2nd centuries BCE.[2] Later on, the city became the capital of possibly the first Arab Kingdom in the chain of Arab cities running from Hatra, in the northeast, via Palmyra, Baalbek and Petra, in the southwest.

Carvings from the sanctuary of Yazılıkaya (Turkish - Inscribed rock) nearby the ancient city of Hattusha. These carvings apparently represent the Hittite Gods of the underworld    The site was used from the 15th Century BC though most carvings are from the 13th Century BC.

Carvings from the sanctuary of Yazılıkaya (Turkish - Inscribed rock) nearby the ancient city of Hattusha. These carvings apparently represent the Hittite Gods of the underworld The site was used from the 15th Century BC though most carvings are from the 13th Century BC.

Chan Chan, Trujillo, Peru  Chan Chan is the largest Pre-Columbian City in South America.

Chan Chan, Trujillo, Peru Chan Chan is the largest Pre-Columbian City in South America.

Mysteries of Mount Pidan Pidan is one of the famous mountains in the Far East of Russia. This mountain was named by ancient people a long time ago. The modern name is Gora Livadiyskay but everybody calls it Pidan. There is no meaning of the word "pidan" in Russian, Chinese or native languages of first people of the Russian Far East.

Mysteries of Mount Pidan Pidan is one of the famous mountains in the Far East of Russia. This mountain was named by ancient people a long time ago. The modern name is Gora Livadiyskay but everybody calls it Pidan. There is no meaning of the word "pidan" in Russian, Chinese or native languages of first people of the Russian Far East.

Chan Chan ruins, Peru. The largest Pre-Columbian city in South America. Chan Chan was constructed by the Chimor (the kingdom of the Chimú), a late intermediate period civilization which grew out of the remnants of the Moche civilization. The adobe city of Chan Chan, the largest in the world, was built around AD 850 and lasted until its conquest by the Inca Empire in AD 1470. It was the imperial capital where 30,000 people lived.

Chan Chan ruins, Peru. The largest Pre-Columbian city in South America. Chan Chan was constructed by the Chimor (the kingdom of the Chimú), a late intermediate period civilization which grew out of the remnants of the Moche civilization. The adobe city of Chan Chan, the largest in the world, was built around AD 850 and lasted until its conquest by the Inca Empire in AD 1470. It was the imperial capital where 30,000 people lived.

The Meroe Pyramids.    The Meroe Pyramids are located in the North-East of Sudan near the banks of the Nile in the area commonly known as Nubia. There are close to two hundred pyramids in a relatively small area, the ancient burial site of the Merotic Kingdom (sometimes known as the Kingdom of Kush). The Pyramids are smaller than their Egyptian cousins but equally impressive due to their number

The Meroe Pyramids. The Meroe Pyramids are located in the North-East of Sudan near the banks of the Nile in the area commonly known as Nubia. There are close to two hundred pyramids in a relatively small area, the ancient burial site of the Merotic Kingdom (sometimes known as the Kingdom of Kush). The Pyramids are smaller than their Egyptian cousins but equally impressive due to their number

The Meroe Pyramids. The Meroe Pyramids are located in the North-East of Sudan near the banks of the Nile in the area commonly known as Nubia. There are close to two hundred pyramids in a relatively small area, the ancient burial site of the Merotic Kingdom (sometimes known as the Kingdom of Kush). The Pyramids are smaller than their Egyptian cousins but equally impressive due to their number

The Meroe Pyramids. The Meroe Pyramids are located in the North-East of Sudan near the banks of the Nile in the area commonly known as Nubia. There are close to two hundred pyramids in a relatively small area, the ancient burial site of the Merotic Kingdom (sometimes known as the Kingdom of Kush). The Pyramids are smaller than their Egyptian cousins but equally impressive due to their number

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