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Everyday LIFE AND HOUSEHOLD CHORES. Life in the cities of Turkey

Everyday LIFE AND HOUSEHOLD CHORES. Life in the cities of Turkey

The cities of Turkey — it is the modern urbanistic centres equipped all necessary for comfortable life. Generally thanks to industrialisation for the last 20 years in Turkey the shred of the population of the cities of Turkey has considerably grown. It had terrible social and economic and cultural consequences. Finally in the cities the demographic structure has sharply exchanged and there was a housing defect.

Ibn Tulunas mosque and quarter of Sayid Zeynab Dom Geyera-Anderson

Ibn Tulunas mosque and quarter of Sayid Zeynab Dom Geyera-Anderson

From an external yard – эияда – ibn Tuluna’s mosques the index directs you to Geyera-Anderson’s house (once a day 8:30-16:30; an entrance of 30 pounds, for students – 15 pounds), known also as Beyt al-Kritilya («The krityanka house») which adjoins a southeast corner of a mosque.
Geyer-Anderson was the retired English major who in the 1930-1940th years has returned two houses, dated XVI and XVIII centuries, and has filled them with east antiques.

Main data. Transport.

Main data. Transport.

Жд network of the Czech Republic.

The Czech Republic, at a trip to round across the Czech Republic, can brag of one of the most comfortable жд networks in Europe. City company Czech railways (Ceske drahy, or UD; www. cd. cz) maintains two main types of trains: rychtik (R) or spesny (Sp)-speed trains which stop only in huge occupied пт, and the ordinary trains (osobni) stopping practically at each station.

The historical China Mongolia Russia card and history of China during new time

The historical China Mongolia Russia card and history of China during new time

Genghis Khan appearance (1162-1227) on light was accompanied by an ominous sign – future conqueror was born with a blood clot in a hand. In its board Mongols have risen from uncertainty to subdue all Asia, having killed million people, having destroyed the cities and having devastated all lands from China to Eastern Europe. Destruction of the cities was a subject the person of pride of Genghis Khan – settlements were destroyed in literal sense to the basis, and the commander could drive about on their ruins even at night, without being afraid that his horse will stumble.