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Una guía de Sri Lanka centrado en los aspectos culturales de esta nación de historia milenaria. Con esta guía el viajero nunca se sentirá perdido en una cultura extraña, sino que podrá conocer la historia, significado y principales elementos de los más famosos monumentos de Sri Lanka. Las antiguas capitales de Polonnaruva, Anuradhapura y Kandy, los grandes monumentos como la Roca del León de Sigiriya o las Cuevas de Dambulla, la Capilla Sixtina del arte budista, o las principales visitas de Colombo. Libro profusamente ilustrado concas 100 forografías a color.
I Love Arcones, Spain Explore the world and reminisce over travel with this classic high quality fridge magnet. Refrigerator magnets add style to your fridge and reflect your personality. Style up your fridge with our unique collection of refrigerator magnets that feature themes from all around the world. Add memories of your trips to beautiful places on earth on your refrigerator door. The image is printed onto a thin, high quality strong magnet that is easy to move, but holds strong. Perfect gift for family and and friends. The kids can learn about the various locations in the world! Can be a good conversation starter for your friends and loved ones. Product images are for illustrative purposes only and may differ from the actual product. Due to differences in monitors, colors of products may also appear different to those shown on the site.
Silver finish, clear lens, flat black frame;Classic, wrap around look with a comfortable fit;Adjustable strap for a custom fit;Side ventilation for a fog free lens;Soft foam lining for snug, comfortable fit
Hidden in the tropical mountains of China's southern border lives one of the most interesting Chinese minorities: The Jino nationality. With a population of only 21,000 people they are one of the less known ethnic groups in China, who in the past were often confused with the surrounding minorities. The study of their culture started only in the last decades of the 20th century and showed the world an ethnic group characterized for the strength with which they preserved their matriarchal tendencies and their surprising adaptability to their tropical environment. The shadow of their former matriarchy, and of their goddesses, was found everywhere in the Jino life and culture, as a giant umbrella that covered their main activities, especially prominent in their myths and legends, as well as in the spiritual life that directed their everyday activities: farming and hunting, house building, village ceremonies and rituals performed by their main religious specialists. The apparent simplicity of this original society slowly revealed a complex technology developed by hundreds of years of adaptation to their particular environment, a technology that allowed them to continuously inhabit lands that otherwise would have been fit for habitation only for a short time. At the heart of this technology was a reverential respect for the mother earth, embodied especially as the Goddess of the Fields and the Lady of the Beasts, and a common exhaustive knowledge of the different kinds of soils, their responses to the changing climatic conditions, to the seasonal weather oscillations, and to different rice varieties. Their ideas about the characteristics of their soils basically correspond with modern geological classifications; their calendar of 11 months (designed to remember the main steps in the creation process of the goddess Amoyaobai) fits perfectly with their agricultural activities; their knowledge of more than 100 varieties of rice allowed them to optimally use every natural res