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Are Turkish girls worth it?
 
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I share my initial impression of Turkish girls from the resort town of Alanya. Click here to learn more about Colombia: http://www.rooshv.com/most-livable-country-colombia-brazil-argentina
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The dangers of romance scams and how not to get caught out.
 
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Big Money. Big Lies. This week, Insight brings together victims, police, dating sites and an international money transfer organisation to find out about the dangers of romance scams and how not to get caught out. http://www.sbs.com.au/insight
Views: 333137 Insight SBS
Istanbul
 
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Rick Steves' Europe Travel Guide | In Istanbul, we'll lose our way in the Grand Bazaar and munch our way through the famously fragrant Spice Market. We'll follow the fall of the ancient capital of Byzantium and the rise of Islam at the city's ancient wall, and wander among the treasures of Hagia Sophia, the Blue Mosque, and Topkapı Palace. To escape the city bustle, we'll cruise the churning waters of the Bosphorus, make friends over backgammon, and try a traditional Turkish bath. © 2008 Rick Steves' Europe
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Journey Through TURKEY 2014 - Trailer by Salahedine BENBETKA
 
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Completely filmed and directed by Salahedine BENBETKA Date: June 27 to August 4 2014. Locations : Bursa, Izmir, Istanbul (Turkey).
Ukraine, freedom, dating scams, thieves, dating advise, & related thoughts - 2-20-2014
 
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Check out: https://www.kyivpost.com/content/kyiv/euromaidan-rallies-in-ukraine-feb-19-live-updates-337098.html Oh my. The place is trashed. What's my impression of Ukraine? 1. Some normal honest people. 2. A great number of thieves present. Here's one example: http://www.romancescam.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=32263 In Portland I met a very nice family from Ukraine. Before coming to my senses and marrying a nice woman from China, I went on some blind dates with some Ukraine women. Some were normal. Some were just wanted a free meal / date. And at least one or two were outright thieves. Also the wallet drop scam was tried on me in downtown Kiev right near the central square where a lot of the fighting is currently happening. https://www.kyivpost.com/content/ukraine/kyivs-scammers-target-easy-prey-foreigners-30791.html Why does Moscow care so much about Kiev? Because that's where their ancestors came from. But if they want to all be Ukrainian at heart why did they move to Moscow? Russians want Ukraine to essentially be & remain a de facto Russian state / province. But a lot of Ukrainians don't appreciate the boot of Putin. In a bar in Odessa I remember one man telling me "we just want people outside of Ukraine to view it like it's a regular normal country." If the protests succeed and if the place can be one where the former PM is not imprisoned by the current president and so on, then perhaps the man's dream can come true. As for the dating scam women and all of the wallet dropping scam men, I rather hope they all move somewhere else. Maybe to Putin's neighborhood. Related book: Tales Of Old Odessa: Crime And Civility In A City Of Thieves http://www.wilsoncenter.org/publication/tales-old-odessa-crime-and-civility-city-thieves http://www.amazon.com/Tales-Old-Odessa-Civility-Thieves/dp/0875803466 City of thieves indeed. There are normal down to Earth honest people in Ukraine, but they are unfortunately surrounded by a bunch of crooks. Maybe the normal people want to throw the crooks out. 2-20-2014 7:35am and afternoon related blog post: http://jonathanshome.blogspot.com/2014/02/thoughts-on-ukraine-february-2014.html
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Online Love  Dating  At Zolvi.com
 
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About Online Dating: Creating a Good Profile, Find single members with photo, chat online and date out. meeting people, share you second part of your love, Mission Online Dating Love At Zolvi.com So where are all the Pretty singles? Where does one go to meet like-minded from All over The World singles that you can click with? Sure, one can go to bars, clubs or meet other through friends and family but the Internet offers you the same possibilities in a more intimate and private setting. Zolvi.com is a community where The singles gather to meet. The site is unique in that it offers you a variety of communication tools. Whether using the Message Boards, the internal email system or video chat, meeting people is one click away. As soon as you register and your profile is approved you can start sending cute Flirts to singles that pique your interest. If really intrigued by someone you may opt to purchase a Platinum Membership and start communicating via email or chat immediately. Join Zolvi.com today and start meeting interesting Pretty singles for romance and marriage!
Views: 621 Bilal Jamal Eddine
Top 13 Middle East Travel Destinations
 
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Top 13 Middle East Travel Destinations according to Lonely Planet 13. Luxor, Egypt 12. Beirut, Lebanon 11. Istanbul, Turkey 10. Palmyra, Syria Palmyra is known as Tadmor to the Syrians. Both mean the same thing - date palm. The name comes from the lush oasis adjacent to the city which is home to some million date palms. It is the only oasis in Syria and perhaps the only truly tourist town. Palmyra sits on the standard tourist trek around Syria and should be considered in this light. 9. Jerash, Jordan Jerash, a city in northern Jordan, is famous for its Roman ruins. The archaeological site is popular for tourists, second only to Petra. Located some 48 km north of the capital Amman, Jerash is known for the ruins of the Greco-Roman city of Gerasa, also referred to as Antioch on the Golden River. 8. Baalbek, Lebanon Baalbek is one of the most spectacular archaeological sites in Lebanon. Baalbeck or 'Heliopolis' as it was known is the site of great ancient temples built by the Phoenicians, the Romans, and other civilisations that have conquered the region and enjoyed the fertile soil of the Bekaa Valley. Some of the most celebrated temples are the ones of Bacchus, the Greek god of wine, and Jupiter, the Roman god of light, of the sky and weather. 7. Cappadocia, Turkey Cappadocia is an area in Central Anatolia in Turkey best known for its unique moon-like landscape, underground cities, cave churches and houses carved in the rocks. The Cappadocian Region located in the center of the Anatolian Region of Turkey, with its valley, canyon, hills and unusual rock formation created as a result of the eroding rains and winds of thousands of years. 6. Wadi Rum, Jordan Wadi Rum is a spectacularly scenic desert valley in southern Jordan. This area of Jordan is quite isolated and largely inhospitable to settled life. The only permanent inhabitants are several thousand Bedouin nomads and villagers. There is no real infrastructure, leaving the area quite unspoilt. 5. Cruising the Nile, Egypt Perhaps the most popular activity in Luxor and Aswan is to do the Nile Cruise on a ship from Aswan to Luxor. It enables you to stop at each location along the Nile where you can see all the famous ancient monuments as well as experience being in the Nile River inside a five-star hotel boat. 4. Dome of the Rock, Israel Dome of the Rock located in the middle of the sanctuary opposite of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, is probably the most known landmark of Jerusalem with its golden dome and octagonal blue walls that are adorned with Arabic calligraphy of Koranic verses. The interior of both the Dome of the Rock and the Al-Aqsa mosque are closed to non-Muslims, however, the plaza that they are situated in is open to the public. 3. Old City of Damascus, Syria Established between 10,000 to 8,000BC, Damascus is credited with being the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world. The old-walled city, in particular, feels very ancient and largely consists of a maze of narrow alleys, punctuated by enigmatic doors that lead into pleasing, verdant courtyards and blank-faced houses. 2. Pyramids of Giza, Egypt Giza is best known for the world-famous Pyramids of Giza, situated high on the desert plateau immediately to the west of the urban district. One of the premier attractions of Egypt, if not the world, the Pyramids of Giza represent the archetypal pyramid structures of ancient Egyptian civilisation and - together with the Sphinx at the base of the Giza plateau - are the iconic image of Egypt. 1. Petra, Jordan Petra was the impressive capital of the Nabataean kingdom from around the 6th century BC. The kingdom was absorbed into the Roman Empire in AD 106 and the Romans continued to expand the city. An important center for trade and commerce, Petra continued to flourish until a catastrophic earthquake destroyed buildings and crippled vital water management systems around AD 663. After Saladin's conquest of the Middle East in 1189, Petra was abandoned and the memory of it was lost to the West. SUBSCRIBE http://www.youtube.com/videovoyagetv?sub_confirmation=1 CONNECT Website: http://videovoyage.tv Google+: http://google.com/+videovoyagetv Twitter: http://twitter.com/videovoyagetv Instagram: http://instagram.com/videovoyagetv Tumblr: http://videovoyagetv.tumblr.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/videovoyagetv YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/videovoyagetv
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Traditional Ottoman Village of Cumalikizik, Turkey
 
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Traditional Ottoman Village of Cumalikizik, Turkey http://davidsbeenhere.com Join David's Been Here as they tour all the top towns, cities, sites and attractions throughout the beautiful & historic country of Turkey. In this short clip, David brings us 20 minutes outside the city center of Bursa to the traditional Ottoman Village of Cumalikizik. Dating back over 700 years to the foundation of the Ottoman Empire, this ancient town holds strong to its roots with 270 original timber houses still remaining from the Ottoman period. As you walk through the picturesque cobblestone streets lined with open-air vendors (visit the Sunday Market!), you'll be hard pressed to not fall in love with the area. For one of the best experiences in Cumalikizik, enjoy a traditional Turkish breakfast as shown by David here... truly unforgettable!!
Views: 21781 Davidsbeenhere
Spot visitAnzio 1
 
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VistAnzio il portale turistico della città di Anzio. Eventi, Dove dormire, Dove mangiare, Negozi, Cosa fare, Video, ecc.
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The unsexy truth, the hookup culture | Lisa Bunnage | TEDxSFU
 
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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Did you know today's youth view sex as no more meaningful than a handshake? Did you know what they will often perform oral sex on a stranger they just met at a party but not kiss them as that's too personal? That's tame compared to a lot of what Lisa has heard in her 40+ years of experience of working with and raising kids. Parenting should be Fun & Easy. Get all the hard work done when they're little then relax & enjoy. Yes, there's some tweaking during the teen years, but otherwise ... easy. My methods are based on 40+ years of experience of working with & raising kids. I use what works, not what people think “should” work. If the respect isn't mutual, it's useless. Be the Fun Parent, not the Friend. What's the difference? Parents discipline, Friends don't. I help parents find their Inner Leader so their children turn to them instead of their peers for guidance. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Views: 1963072 TEDx Talks
Getting SCAMMED for 100K by a Transvestite
 
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Conor Woodman is in Paris to reveal the the techniques of a transvestite blackmailer. ----- Subscribe to Travel and Escape on YouTube: http://bit.ly/16YExY3 Your Adventure Starts Here: http://travelandescape.ca/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/travelandescape/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TravelAndEscapeTV Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/travelandescape/
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Nicolae Ceausescu Visits Industrial Area (1969)
 
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Rumania. Various shots of the Rumanian dictator Mr Nicolae Ceausescu being shown around the industrial and cultural complex in the Ialomitza area. He first looks at model of new factory project. He then goes and looks at work in progress on the sites. He visits new hotel and looks inside hospital. He ends up at the agricultural section and stands waist deep in field of wheat, good shot. (F/G Comb.) Date found in the old record - 18/08/1969. Rumanian voiceover. FILM ID:3310.02 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
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GET TO KNOW SAM & AUDREY: FAQ'S About Travel & Life
 
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We've really appreciated all of the support with our Youtube travel channel & videos over the past two years. Along the way we've been asked a lot of questions in the comments section. For the first time we sit down to answer some of the most popular and commonly occurring questions related to our travels and personal life: GEAR WE USE Olympus OM-D E-M5 II: http://amzn.to/1OchS7t Canon G7X: http://amzn.to/1YdjsYX Olympus 14-150mm II Lens: http://amzn.to/1Y79zeM Rode Video Mic GO: http://amzn.to/1WDKtVM Joby Gorilla Pod: http://amzn.to/1PgoY5F SanDisk 16GB Extreme Pro: http://amzn.to/25KEErs SOCIAL MEDIA & TRAVEL BLOGS AUDREY: blog: http://thatbackpacker.com/ instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thatbackpacker/ facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thatbackpacker twitter: https://twitter.com/ThatBackpacker SAMUEL: blog: http://nomadicsamuel.com/ facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nomadicsamuel twitter: https://twitter.com/NomadicSamuel instragram: https://www.instagram.com/nomadicsamuel/ How can you afford to travel? We've earned money teaching English in South Korea and we've also done freelance travel writing. In addition we earn money through our travel blogs http://nomadicsamuel.com and http://thatbackpacker.com What's it like teaching English in Korea? Overall, it was a a great experience. This is where we met each other in person after knowing one another online through our travel blogs. It was trial be error as we were just thrown into the Korean classroom without any on the job training. However, we got the handle of it quickly and as long as you enjoying teaching children it is something we can recommend to try. You eat a lot of street food. Have you ever had food poisoning? Indeed, we have! Personally, I've been sick in India, Thailand, Malaysia, Bolivia and Cuba just to name a few places. Oddly enough, we've never got sick from eating street food. It has always been from food we got at a restaurant. As a common sense guide, we recommend you eat at street food stalls where the vendor is cooking with high levels of hygiene and where it is busy with lots of locals lined up waiting to be served. Do you ever get tired of traveling? What are some cities where you could see yourself settling down? What are your favorite travel destinations? We've experienced burning out on the road several times. When we get sick of travel we've settled down in Chiang Mai and Berlin for a while. Some of our favorite countries include Jordan, Germany, Finland, Vietnam, Turkey and India. How did you two meet? We knew each other through our travel sites, met in person in Korea while teaching English, traveled the world together and recently got married this summer. What is your biggest travel mishap? We're constantly screwing up on the road; however, our biggest mishap by far was having our train derail en route from Bangkok to Chiang Mia while living in Thailand. Other than that we've had our shorts split in half, lost our wallets and many other kinds of things. Please let us know if you have any more questions for us! Anything at all. It can be related to travel, life or just a comment about how weird we are ;) All photos and video taken by Samuel Jeffery (Nomadic Samuel) and Audrey Bergner (That Backpacker). Music in this video courtesy of Audio Network
A Visit to some of the Secret Sites of Lycia
 
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Some of the most important parts of the history of Lycia are hidden away in little known and rarely visited ancient sites. These off the beaten track sites make a great historical itinerary. When we visit these places we also visit to a very local (non touristy) market town on market day; a great place to buy herbs, spices, real Turkish Delight, locally made honey, nuts, dates and wonderfully fresh local fruit. The sites we visit are the Lycian cities of Rhodiapolis, Limyra, and Arykanda. Rhodiapolis is a hilltop settlement and was home to the rich and famous of the day. The carvings and materials used are of the highest quality. It was home to Opramoas a millionaire philanthropist who financed the re-building of a number of Lycian cities after an earthquake in 141AD. His life story is found written in the building blocks of a temple. This, together with texts from Xanthos are the basis for our understanding of the origins, structure, sound and translation of the Lycian language. Limyra was a very important and monumentally decorated city dating back to 700BC. A large site has been documented but little excavation has as yet been completed. However it is a stunningly beautiful setting where, during our short visit, we found some exquisite detailed pieces as well as many examples from the huge, city centre, monumental buildings. You can also paddle in the streams around the remains and swim in the refreshing river that flows over the main street. Arykanda is a large and magnificent city. It is very well preserved and excavated and dates back several hundred years BC. It's remains are predominantly from the Roman era. Arykanda sits beside one of the main trading routes between the high agricultural plateau and the coastal ports. An important meeting place, it was also a spiritual centre of Lycia. Several archaeological digs have tried to locate an iconic artefact that was believed to have come from the sun and was held by the priests at Arykanda. The artefact has never been found -- maybe on our next trip we will be lucky! The furthest of the sites, Arykanda is approximately 1hr 30mins from our hotel, the Ottoman Palace in Adrasan. We normally makes stops en route both outgoing and on our return. Our final stop would be either in Finike or Kumluca to visit a local market. The markets are held on Friday or Saturday. All these sites are historically interesting but are also good places to find many species of wild flowers. As such they are a combination of history, an Indiana Jones style scramble and a nature trail. For more information go to www.jonnyturk.com/Welcome.htm
Views: 435 Jon Graham
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Turkey/Çavuşin-Avanos/Cappadocia Part 55
 
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Welcome to my travelchannel.On my channel you can find almost 1000 films of more than 70 countries. See the playlist on my youtube channel.Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/user/nurettinodunya/playlists Cappadocia/Turkey World Nature Wonder Following the Battle of Manzikert in 1071, various Turkish clans under the leadership of the Seljuks began settling in Anatolia. With the rise of Turkish power in Anatolia, Cappadocia slowly became a tributary to the Turkish states that were established to the east and to the west; some of the population converted to Islam with the remainder forming the Cappadocian Greek population. By the end of the early 12th century, Anatolian Seljuks had established their sole dominance over the region. With the decline and the fall of the Konya-based Seljuks in the second half of the 13th century, they were gradually replaced by the Karaman-based Beylik of Karaman, who themselves were gradually succeeded by the Ottoman Empire over the course of the 15th century. Cappadocia remained part of the Ottoman Empire for the centuries to come, and remains now part of the modern state of Turkey. A fundamental change occurred in between when a new urban center, Nevşehir, was founded in the early 18th century by a grand vizier who was a native of the locality (Nevşehirli Damat İbrahim Pasha), to serve as regional capital, a role the city continues to assume to this day. In the meantime many former Cappadocians had shifted to a Turkish dialect (written in Greek alphabet, Karamanlıca), and where the Greek language was maintained (Sille, villages near Kayseri, Pharasa town and other nearby villages), it became heavily influenced by the surrounding Turkish. This dialect of Greek is known as Cappadocian Greek. Following the 1923 population exchange between Greece and Turkey, the language is now only spoken by a handful of the former population's descendants in modern Greece. The area is a popular tourist destination, as it has many areas with unique geological, historic, and cultural features. The region is located southwest of the major city Kayseri, which has airline and railway service to Ankara and Istanbul and other cities. The most important towns and destinations in Cappadocia are Urgup, Goreme, Ihlara Valley, Selime, Guzelyurt, Uchisar, Avanos and Zelve. Among the underground cities worth seeing are Derinkuyu, Kaymakli, Gaziemir and Ozkanak. The best historic mansions and cave houses for tourist stays are in Urgup, Goreme, Guzelyurt and Uchisar. Hot-air ballooning is very popular in Cappadocia and is available in Goreme. Trekking is enjoyed in Ihlara Valley, Monastery Valley (Guzelyurt), Urgup and Goreme. Sedimentary rocks formed in lakes and streams and ignimbrite deposits that erupted from ancient volcanoes approximately 9 to 3 million years ago, during the late Miocene to Pliocene epochs, underlie the Cappadocia region. The rocks of Cappadocia near Göreme eroded into hundreds of spectacular pillars and minaret-like forms. People of the villages at the heart of the Cappadocia Region carved out houses, churches and monasteries from the soft rocks of volcanic deposits. Göreme became a monastic centre in 300–1200 AD. The first period of settlement in Göreme goes back to the Roman period. The Yusuf Koç, Ortahane, Durmus Kadir and Bezirhane churches in Göreme, and houses and churches carved into rocks in the Uzundere, Bağıldere and Zemi Valleys all illustrate history and can be seen today. The Göreme Open Air Museum is the most visited site of the monastic communities in Cappadocia (see Churches of Göreme, Turkey) and is one of the most famous sites in central Turkey. The complex contains more than 30 carved-from-rock churches and chapels, some having superb frescoes inside, dating from the 9th century to the 11th century.
Views: 2564 Nurettin Yilmaz
Gobekli Tepe in Turkey 12000 Years Old Temple
 
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Göbekli Tepe, is a hilltop sanctuary erected on the highest point of an elongated mountain ridge some 15 km northeast of the town of Şanliurfa, in southeastern Turkey and 500 miles away from Istanbul, Turkey. It is the most astonishing archaeological discovery in modern times and also thought to be the oldest advanced civilization on Earth. The tell includes two phases of ritual use dating back to the 10th-8th millennium BC. During the first phase (Pre-Pottery Neolithic A (PPNA)), circles of massive T-shaped stone pillars were erected. More than 200 pillars in about 20 circles are currently known through geophysical surveys. Each pillar has a height of up to 6 m (20 ft) and a weight of up to 20 tons. They are fitted into sockets that were hewn out of the bedrock.[5] In the second phase (Pre-pottery Neolithic B (PPNB)), the erected pillars are smaller and stood in rectangular rooms with floors of polished lime. The site was abandoned after the PPNB-period. Younger structures date to classical times. The function of the structures is not yet clear. Excavator Klaus Schmidt believed that they are early neolithic sanctuaries.
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Live Looping - Stood Still In Istanbul (cronkite satellite)
 
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cronkite satellite - live looper Abracadabra! Everything is being created in front of you. NOTHING is prerecorded. Check out some of my other live looping tutorial videos. Thank you for supporting my CRAZY musical art!! Song: Stood Still In Istanbul Album: Looking Forward Artist: cronkite satellite Equipment used: BOSS RC-300 loop station, ROLAND SPD-SX sampling pad, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, Yamaha mixing board (vocal reverb), 1 single RCA channel running out from the mixing board, into the laptop input, Logic Pro. Official Sites: www.cronkitesatellite.com www.cronkitesatellite.net www.weixingren.net (Chinese site) Upcoming Show: www.tinyurl.com/cronkiteconcerts Purchase Music Links: iTunes: www.tinyurl.com/cronkiteonitunes Amazon: www.tinyurl.com/cronkiteonamazon CDBaby: www.cdbaby.com/artist/cronkitesatellite Social Media Links: YOUTUBE: www.youtube.com/cronkitesatellite FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/cronkitesatellitemusic TWITTER: twitter.com/supporthearts TUMBLR: www.cronkitesatellite.tumblr.com SPOTIFY: www.tinyurl.com/cronkiteonspotify YOUKU: i.youku.com/weixingren © 2014 All Rights Reserved Thank you for supporting the arts
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Iran: Historic Capitals
 
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Rick Steves' Europe Travel Guide | Iran's rich history goes back millennia, to the days when Persepolis was home to the "king of kings." In this episode, we explore three historic capitals of Iran: Persepolis, with its splendid monuments; Shiraz, with the tombs of Iran's most beloved poets; and Isfahan, with its extraordinary mosques and endearing people. © 2008 Rick Steves' Europe
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Deniz Tabagi Restaurant – Bursa, Turkey
 
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http://davidsbeenhere.com Join David’s Been Here as they explore all the top sites, flavors and best restaurants in Bursa, Turkey. In this short video, David brings us to the famous Arap şükrü area, where Deniz Tabagi Restaurant is located. Dating back to 1952, Deniz Tabagi has been one of Bursa’s best fish restaurants and local seafood markets for over 60 years. Situated in the heart of Central Bursa on a vibrant, bustling pedestrian-friendly street, Denis Tabagi is the perfect place to dine if you’re looking for some fantastic fish and seafood during your travels through Bursa. A fun place to visit during both day and night, check out David’s Deniz Tabagi experience to see why you should eat at this top Bursa restaurant during your visit!
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Goreme National Park and the Rock Sites of Cappadocia
 
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find cheapest hotel in nevsehir cappadocia : http://goo.gl/i5DWKh In a spectacular landscape, entirely sculpted by erosion, the Göreme valley and its surroundings contain rock-hewn sanctuaries that provide unique evidence of Byzantine art in the post-Iconoclastic period. Dwellings, troglodyte villages and underground towns -- the remains of a traditional human habitat dating back to the 4th century -- can also be seen there. find cheapest hotel in nevsehir cappadocia : http://goo.gl/i5DWKh
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Beijing Nightlife
 
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Beijing is famous for many things - its landmarks such as the Forbidden City, Peking duck, and the horrendous air pollution. What may surprise you about this ancient Chinese city, however, is its booming nightlife scene. Take a whirlwind tour of a crazy night out in Beijing in this short video.
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Gobekli Tepe 12000 Years Oldest Temple in Turkey
 
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Gobekli Tepe, is a hilltop sanctuary erected on the highest point of an elongated mountain ridge some 15 km northeast of the town of Sanliurfa, in southeastern Turkey and 500 miles away from Istanbul, Turkey. It is the most astonishing archaeological discovery in modern times and also thought to be the oldest advanced civilization on Earth. The tell includes two phases of ritual use dating back to the 10th-8th millennium BC. During the first phase (Pre-Pottery Neolithic A (PPNA)), circles of massive T-shaped stone pillars were erected. More than 200 pillars in about 20 circles are currently known through geophysical surveys. Each pillar has a height of up to 6 m (20 ft) and a weight of up to 20 tons. They are fitted into sockets that were hewn out of the bedrock.[5] In the second phase (Pre-pottery Neolithic B (PPNB)), the erected pillars are smaller and stood in rectangular rooms with floors of polished lime. The site was abandoned after the PPNB-period. Younger structures date to classical times. The function of the structures is not yet clear. Excavator Klaus Schmidt believed that they are early neolithic sanctuaries.
Views: 763 vignanamtv
Creating a successful twitter wall.
 
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Creating A Successful Twitter Wall 1. Create a simple, memorable and unique hashtag. To cleanly track your audience's comments you first need to create a hashtag to use on your campaign. A hashtag can be of any length, but most importantly it's needs to be relevant to your event or venue. For example if you were to run an event called 'Media Awards' - the perfect hashtag would be #mediaawards or #mediaawards2014 To make sure that your newly created hashtag doesn't already exist goto search.twitter.com and type your hashtag in the box. If another individual or company is already using it, tweak your hashtag slightly (add a relevant word or date) and keep checking. When you find zero results, then you've hit the jackpot and have the perfect start to a great campaign. 2. Market your hashtag. Once you've come up with a great hashtag, the only way you're going to get your audience to start using it, is if they know what it is. This may seem obvious, but you wouldn't believe how many people forget to do it. They then wonder why the engagement was as high as they had expected! Promote, Promote, Promote. Make sure that your hashtag is included on all physical and online invitations, email newsletters, websites and lanyards. It's needs to be seen and it really doesn't hurt to explain how people can interact with it. Use a call to action statement like 'Tag your tweets, comments, photos and videos with #mediaawards to get seen on the CrowdScreen'. As twitter walls are an innovative new concept, it really helps your audience understand how you are using social media in a new way. 3. Plan the graphical look and feel of your twitter wall. Once you've done the hard ground work of setting up the fundamentals of your twitter wall, it now comes down to the creative part. How you going to display the interactions on the big screen? The usp of CrowdScreen is that you can easily integrate your graphics into the twitter wall in just a few clicks. Upload backgrounds, stream video backgrounds from vimeo and move each element in a simple drag and drop format. Do bear in mind that the best displays are quite often the simplest. Also remember that the tweets, comments and photos need to stand out - as you want to offer your audience the chance to be a star for however long you showcase their comment, photo or video. That's why we recommend displaying one tweet at a time. 4. Moderate your content. Within CrowdScreen different moderation controls can be applied to your campaign - but it doesn't take away the fact that moderating the best content yourself manually, is still most effective. If you're the event organiser, then it's likely you have a million things to worry about. So why not assign the moderation job to a member of your team that can do it for you? It's a simple task and really fun to do. Maybe you already have a social media manager that's proficient in using different platforms. If so, they would be perfect for this! Just make sure you give them a set of criteria first, that fits in with your brand values and ethics. That way they'll have guidelines to follow. Comments from twitter are great, but photos are even more engaging. Try to moderate as many selfies and pictures in as possible. When your audience sees themselves, a ripple effect occurs and momentum grows. 5. Analyse your data and follow up. CrowdScreen tracks all of the social interactions from your campaign, displaying it clearly in a live info-graphic style view within the dashboard. Here you can see the amount of tweets, when they came in, how many pieces of media (photos & videos) where sent and the breakdown of the hashtag usage. Analysing this live and straight after the event is a great way to gauge how successful social outreach was. So many people just stop here. They're view is that when the event is over, that's it. This is such a mistake. After the event you should always try and connect with your audience, even if it's just a 'thank you' tweet from your main account. I know this takes effort, especially if you've had 1000 different users - but it's highly effective. Attach five twitter names to each tweet (just copy and paste them from the downloadable statistics spreadsheet from CrowdScreen) and send them a message. They will each individually get alerted when you tweet and feel that you take interest in their comments. This is so powerful. It's like the ultimate customer service. Once you've carried out this simple task those individuals are more likely to post positively about you, your company or event, helping spread the word to potentially thousands more relevant contacts.
Views: 2082 CrowdScreen
Rick Steves' Andalucía: The Best of Southern Spain
 
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Join Rick as he weaves Andalucía's rich mix of culture, cuisine, history, and natural wonders into a 60-minute special. The hour includes the major cities of Sevilla, Córdoba, and Granada; flamenco, sherry, and horses; dramatic white-washed hill towns; and fun in the Costa del Sol sun — plus a dash of Britain in Gibraltar. © 2010 Rick Steves' Europe
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Turkey/Göreme/Cappadocia(AMAZING/UNESCO Part 51
 
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Welcome to my travelchannel.On my channel you can find almost 1000 films of more than 70 countries. See the playlist on my youtube channel.Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/user/nurettinodunya/playlists Cappadocia Following the Battle of Manzikert in 1071, various Turkish clans under the leadership of the Seljuks began settling in Anatolia. With the rise of Turkish power in Anatolia, Cappadocia slowly became a tributary to the Turkish states that were established to the east and to the west; some of the population converted to Islam with the remainder forming the Cappadocian Greek population. By the end of the early 12th century, Anatolian Seljuks had established their sole dominance over the region. With the decline and the fall of the Konya-based Seljuks in the second half of the 13th century, they were gradually replaced by the Karaman-based Beylik of Karaman, who themselves were gradually succeeded by the Ottoman Empire over the course of the 15th century. Cappadocia remained part of the Ottoman Empire for the centuries to come, and remains now part of the modern state of Turkey. A fundamental change occurred in between when a new urban center, Nevşehir, was founded in the early 18th century by a grand vizier who was a native of the locality (Nevşehirli Damat İbrahim Pasha), to serve as regional capital, a role the city continues to assume to this day. In the meantime many former Cappadocians had shifted to a Turkish dialect (written in Greek alphabet, Karamanlıca), and where the Greek language was maintained (Sille, villages near Kayseri, Pharasa town and other nearby villages), it became heavily influenced by the surrounding Turkish. This dialect of Greek is known as Cappadocian Greek. Following the 1923 population exchange between Greece and Turkey, the language is now only spoken by a handful of the former population's descendants in modern Greece. The area is a popular tourist destination, as it has many areas with unique geological, historic, and cultural features. The region is located southwest of the major city Kayseri, which has airline and railway service to Ankara and Istanbul and other cities. The most important towns and destinations in Cappadocia are Urgup, Goreme, Ihlara Valley, Selime, Guzelyurt, Uchisar, Avanos and Zelve. Among the underground cities worth seeing are Derinkuyu, Kaymakli, Gaziemir and Ozkanak. The best historic mansions and cave houses for tourist stays are in Urgup, Goreme, Guzelyurt and Uchisar. Hot-air ballooning is very popular in Cappadocia and is available in Goreme. Trekking is enjoyed in Ihlara Valley, Monastery Valley (Guzelyurt), Urgup and Goreme. Sedimentary rocks formed in lakes and streams and ignimbrite deposits that erupted from ancient volcanoes approximately 9 to 3 million years ago, during the late Miocene to Pliocene epochs, underlie the Cappadocia region. The rocks of Cappadocia near Göreme eroded into hundreds of spectacular pillars and minaret-like forms. People of the villages at the heart of the Cappadocia Region carved out houses, churches and monasteries from the soft rocks of volcanic deposits. Göreme became a monastic centre in 300–1200 AD. The first period of settlement in Göreme goes back to the Roman period. The Yusuf Koç, Ortahane, Durmus Kadir and Bezirhane churches in Göreme, and houses and churches carved into rocks in the Uzundere, Bağıldere and Zemi Valleys all illustrate history and can be seen today. The Göreme Open Air Museum is the most visited site of the monastic communities in Cappadocia (see Churches of Göreme, Turkey) and is one of the most famous sites in central Turkey. The complex contains more than 30 carved-from-rock churches and chapels, some having superb frescoes inside, dating from the 9th century to the 11th century.
Views: 790 Nurettin Yilmaz
Pope Francis canonizes two Indian saints and asks the country for a “new missionary drive”
 
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Click here to receive the latest news: http://smarturl.it/RomeReports Visit or website to learn more: http://www.romereports.com/ The Pope highlighted that India is a land of faith and of religious vocations. On Sunday, Pope Francis canonized Kuriakose Elias Chavara and Eufrasia of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, two new saints from India. --------------------- ROME REPORTS, www.romereports.com, is an independent international TV News Agency based in Rome covering the activity of the Pope, the life of the Vatican and current social, cultural and religious debates. Reporting on the Catholic Church requires proximity to the source, in-depth knowledge of the Institution, and a high standard of creativity and technical excellence. As few broadcasters have a permanent correspondent in Rome, ROME REPORTS is geared to inform the public and meet the needs of television broadcasting companies around the world through daily news packages, weekly newsprograms and documentaries. --------------------- Follow us... Our WEB http://www.romereports.com/ FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/RomeReportsENG TWITTER https://twitter.com/romereports PINTEREST http://www.pinterest.com/romereports/ INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/romereports
ANJELIQUE-AMOR PERDIDO
 
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Anjelique & The Sweet City Band opening the show at Club Cabana in Midand, Texas with her hit song Quiero Bailar. Add Club Cabana on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cabana.dba?fref=ts To follow Anjelique on social websites click the links to below, you'll be up to date on the new album which is to be released very soon, and to keep up to date on upcoming performances. Be sure to use hashtag '#' anjeliquemusic when using social websites to see what others are posting. https://twitter.com/anjeliquemusic http://instagram.com/anjeliquemusic https://www.facebook.com/pages/Anjelique-Entertainment/172025836167078 http://www.reverbnation.com/anjeliqueentertainment
Views: 484 Joe Martinez
An Evening with Rick Steves – The Holy Land | KCTS 9
 
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Event date: Tuesday, September 23, at 6:30pm Join us for a preview screening of Rick Steves' newest one-hour public television special, The Holy Land: Israelis and Palestinians Today. Hear Rick's report on filming in Israel and Palestine, have the opportunity to ask him questions and see the full special before its broadcast on public television stations around the country. An Evening with Rick Steves The Holy Land Screening and Discussion Date: Tuesday, September 23 Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm Location: University of Washington, Kane Hall, Rm 130 Tickets: $5 Click for more info and to purchase tickets: http://kcts9.org/events/evening-rick-steves-holy-land Featured Program: Rick Steves’ The Holy Land: Israelis and Palestinians Today http://kcts9.org/programs/rick-steves-the-holy-land-israelis-and-palestinians-today ___________________________ Get More KCTS 9: KCTS 9 Website: http://KCTS9.org/ Sign up for enews: http://KCTS9.org/email Watch video online: http://video.KCTS9.org/ Like KCTS 9 on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KCTS9 Follow KCTS 9 on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KCTS9 Follow KCTS 9 on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/KCTS9/ Follow KCTS 9 on Instagram: http://instagram.com/KCTS9 Subscribe to KCTS 9 on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/KCTS9 Follow KCTS 9 on Google+: https://plus.google.com/113303586586710483757/ KCTS 9 is made possible by viewers like you. Thank you!
Views: 954 KCTS9
Turkish protesters clash with police over new Internet law
 
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In Turkey, clashes have broken out between riot police and protesters condemning a new law imposing restrictions on the Internet. The police fired tear gas and used water cannons to disperse hundreds of people around Istanbul's Taksim Square on Saturday. The demonstrators had gathered to condemn a newly passed law that allows the government to control the Internet and impose bans on sites without court authorization. Earlier in the day, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan strongly rejected criticism of the new law. He said the new legislation makes the Internet safer and freer. The controversial law has also sparked concern abroad, with the European Union advising Ankara to revise the legislation if the country wants to join the EU.
Views: 122 PressTV Videos
Turkish Electronic Visa Application System
 
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What can you do in three minutes? You can get your visa online in just three minutes for your upcoming trip to Turkey. No longer documents list to collect is needed. No visits to the consulate are necessary. No stressful waiting in visa lines will bother you. All you need is your travel document and a valid credit or debit card. The Turkish e-Visa is brought to you by the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Views: 524087 TCDisisleri
Rick Steves' Iran
 
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Rick Steves' Travel Guide | Join Rick as he explores the most surprising and fascinating land he's ever visited: Iran. In a one-hour, ground-breaking travel special on public television, you'll discover the splendid monuments of Iran's rich and glorious past, learn more about the 20th-century story of this perplexing nation, and experience Iranian life today in its historic capital and in a countryside village. Most important, you'll meet the people of this nation whose government so exasperates our own.
Views: 1443337 Rick Steves' Europe
Armenian Genocide - Erdogan and Pope Francis
 
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Michael Coren - Turkey, the Pope, and the Armenian Genocide / Turkish-Armenian relations were back on the agenda again, if only momentarily, after Pope Francis expressed his “dream” last week of seeing the border between the two countries reopened to contribute to reconciliation between the two estranged nations. Prospects for the pope’s dream, however, looked dim as Turkish analysts indicated that little progress has been made in resolving the issues that divided the sides. Meanwhile, Ankara is bracing itself against the campaign by the Armenian diaspora in the United States to make 2015 the year when the mass killing of Armenians in 1915 under the Ottoman Turkish government is finally recognized by Washington as genocide. Remarks by Turkish officials show that there is real concern in Ankara that these efforts may succeed on the centenary of the killings. Armenians, with significant international support, say the events of 1915 amounted to a genocide resulting in the death of 1.5 million Armenians in Anatolia, a claim that Turkey rejects. Although it acknowledges that hundreds of thousands of Armenians died during World War I, Turkey says millions of Muslims, including Turks, Kurds and Arabs, also lost their lives during the war. Aboard the papal flight from Istanbul, after completing his three-day trip to Turkey, the pope was asked why he had not brought up the Armenian issue during his visit, the pope responded only by referring to the message of condolence to the Armenian president that Recep Tayyip Erdogan issued in 2013 while he was still prime minister. Erdogan's message, which was issued on April 24, the date when Armenians commemorate the 1915 killings, was a first for Turkey. In an indication of how sensitive the topic still is in Turkey, though, Erdogan was lambasted by nationalists for allegedly playing into the hands of the country’s enemies, and reinforcing a major calumny against the Turkish nation. Francis said some found Erdogan’s message, which avoids any reference to genocide, to be insufficient, but added that he considered this to be an "extended hand," and therefore a positive development. “What lies in my heart, however, concerns the Turkish-Armenian border. If only that border was opened, it would be wonderful. I am aware that there are geopolitical problems that make the opening of the border difficult, but we must pray for reconciliation between these nations,” the pope said. He went on to declare his hope that 2015 would be the year when steps are taken for this reconciliation. Among the “geopolitical problems” he mentioned is the continuing state of war between Armenia and Azerbaijan. Turks and Azerbaijanis are closely related. Although it was among the first countries to recognize Armenian independence in 1991 — even though it did not establish diplomatic ties — Turkey closed its border with Armenia in 1993 after Armenian forces overran the predominantly Armenian enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh within Azerbaijan. The border has been closed since, although it came close to being opened in 2009, following talks mediated by Switzerland that produced a road map for normalizing ties between Ankara and Yerevan.
Views: 3721 1915GenocidalTurks
Istanbul weekend  deal 2-4 nights with Flights break for £159
 
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http://mybigfatdiscounts.com/istanbull Located just a stone's throw from Atatürk International Airport and a 25-minute drive from the city centre, the Courtyard Istanbul International Airport hotel invites sightseers to explore Istanbul's rich history. Making use of this abode's location and its proximity to transportation links, travellers may visit the city's cultural landmarks, dating back to the Ottoman Empire, while shopping enthusiasts may head to the famous Grand Bazaar, where a wide variety of souvenirs and local products may be purchased. Guests are invited to spacious rooms, featuring traditional decor, wooden furnishings, minibars and en suite facilities. The Oléo Pazzo bistro delights travellers with classic Turkish dishes, while the Oléo Pazzo bar serves up refreshing tipples and light snacks. With Istanbul's historic district just a short drive from the hotel, holidaymakers may visit the famous sites at Topkapi Palace and the Blue Mosque.
Turkey -  Kurdistan - redspokes!
 
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The new redspokes tour for 2014 takes us to cycling destinations in Eastern Turkey (Kurdistan), continuing our quest along the road less travelled. Just a short time ago such a journey would not have been possible due to heavy militarisation of the area and border tensions. With the more open atmosphere and fewer restrictions on visitors you will still find yourself away from mainstream tourism and more likely to encounter local communities and holidaying Turkish and Iranian families than Western visitors. Combining cultures and traditions that span the ages, the stark beauty of harsh mountain and desert landscapes contrast with wide expanses of greenery in a journey rich with diversity. Our cycling adventure incorporates landmark sites such as the great Mosque of Diyarbakir and Hasankeyf a ruined medieval city that is soon to be submerged under water. We visit traditional bazaars, ancient walled cities, and enjoy thrilling cycling through areas of outstanding natural beauty. The remote South East of Turkey is characterised by contrasts: soaring peaks, deep valleys, vast green fields and dry desert. The predominantly Kurdish population gives the region a different feel to the rest of the country. Lake Van, a vast inland sea ringed by snow-capped peaks is one of the highlights of the area. The Armenians who once lived around the lake coined a phrase “Van in this life, paradise in the next” The area now known as Kurdistan is rich with ancient history dating back to biblical times and variously peopled by Assyrians, Hurrians, Kimmerians, Medes, Hittes, Persians and Armenians over time. Join our adventure through East Turkey and discover the region's mystical charm!
Views: 856 redspokes
Former Soviet leader in exile, Leon Trotsky and his wife visit remains of ancient...HD Stock Footage
 
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Link to order this clip: http://www.criticalpast.com/video/65675056646_Soviet-Leader-Leon-Trotsky_Trotskys-wife-and-others_ancient-Roman-sites_Trotsky-in-exile Historic Stock Footage Archival and Vintage Video Clips in HD. Former Soviet leader in exile, Leon Trotsky and his wife visit remains of ancient Roman sites with others in Naples, Italy. Former Soviet leader Leon Trotsky, in exile visits Naples, Italy. Trotsky sees the nations of Europe as paroled prisoners of Joseph Stalin. He and his wife visit the ruins of historic sites in Naples. Trotsky with other dignitaries watches the remains of ancient civilization. The party walks and observes the sculptures and remains of ancient Roman civilization. Location: Naples Italy. Date: 1940. Visit us at www.CriticalPast.com: 57,000+ broadcast-quality historic clips for immediate download. Fully digitized and searchable, the CriticalPast collection is one of the largest archival footage collections in the world. All clips are licensed royalty-free, worldwide, in perpetuity. CriticalPast offers immediate downloads of full-resolution HD and SD masters and full-resolution time-coded screeners, 24 hours a day, to serve the needs of broadcast news, TV, film, and publishing professionals worldwide. Still photo images extracted from the vintage footage are also available for immediate download. CriticalPast is your source for imagery of worldwide events, people, and B-roll spanning the 20th century.
Views: 990 CriticalPast
PHURPA - Kuntunzangpo (excerpt)
 
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PHURPA - Kuntunzangpo (excerpt) Track taken from album: PHURPA 'Mantras of Bon' ZOHAR 075-2 Release date: 07.06.2014 Visit our websites: http://www.zoharum.com http://www.alchembria.pl
Views: 1766 Zoharum Label
Vince Cable opens UK centre for smart transport technology
 
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Business Secretary Vince Cable opening the Transport Systems Catapult's new Imovation Centre in Milton Keynes on 12th June 2014. To keep up to date with our latest news, events and projects, follow us across our social media channels: Twitter: @TSCatapult https://twitter.com/tscatapult Facebook: Transport Systems Catapult https://www.facebook.com/TSCatapult LinkedIn: Transport Systems Catapult https://www.linkedin.com/company/transport-systems-catapult
My Study Abroad Introduction
 
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Living and studying abroad for the first time in my life. This promises to be the best experience of my life or an epic fail! I'm hoping its the former. Watch me vlog my way through my year abroad. Hi, my name is Michael and I am a third year student at the University of St Andrews studying History. This year I will be studying abroad in Istanbul as part of my degree and this is my chosen way of documenting the year for family, friends and anyone who is interested in keeping up to date. This is my first ever attempt at vlogging so you may need to bear with me while I get used to it, but hopefully the more I upload the better I will be at talking to the camera and the editing should also improve. I hope to upload a weekly video every Sunday, however this may change depending on the circumstances, but I will keep you posted. You can find me on all the usual social media sites and I am happy to answer questions in the comments below. ----- Find Me: - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/michael.laird.5 - Twitter: https://twitter.com/Michael_G_Laird - Instagram: http://instagram.com/michael_g_laird
Views: 441 Michael Laird
How Apps Make Money?
 
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Learn How To Build Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat Clones: Click Here ▶︎▶︎▶︎ http://mardox.media/learn-android #1 Tool To Build and Grow a 6 Figure On-Line Business: https://mardox.media/clickfunnels Secrets Of Building ad Growing an Online Business: http://mardox.media/dot-com-secrets
Views: 274417 Easy Tech Tips
aiesic turkey app
 
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Bishkek & Amazing - The Capital and The Largest City Part III
 
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Bishkek & Amazing - The Capital and The Largest City Part III - Bishkek (in Kyrgyz and Russian: Бишкéк), formerly Pishpek and Frunze, is the capital and the largest city of the Kyrgyz Republic. Bishkek is also the administrative centre of Chuy Province which surrounds the city, even though the city itself is not part of the province but rather a province-level unit of Kyrgyzstan. Bishkek is situated at about 800 metres (2,600 ft) altitude just off the northern fringe of the Kyrgyz Ala-Too range, an extension of the Tian Shan mountain range, which rises up to 4,855 metres (15,928 ft) and provides a spectacular backdrop to the city. North of the city, a fertile and gently undulating steppe extends far north into neighbouring Kazakhstan. The Chui River drains most of the area. Bishkek is connected to the Turkestan-Siberia Railway by a spur line. Originally a caravan rest stop (possibly founded by the Sogdians) on one of the branches of the Silk Road through the Tian Shan range, the location was fortified in 1825 by the Uzbek khan of Kokhand with a mud fort. In the last years of Kokhand rule the fortress was led by Atabek, the Datka. Though the city is relatively young, the surrounding area has some sites of interest dating from prehistory, the Greco-Buddhist period, the period of Nestorian influence, the era of the Central Asian khanates, and the Soviet period. Russian Orthodox cathedral of Holy Resurrection. National Historical Museum The central part of the city is primarily built on a rectangular grid plan. The city's main street is the east–west Chui Avenue (Chuy Prospekti), named after the region's main river. In the Soviet era, it was called Lenin Avenue. Along, or within a block or two from it, many of the most important government buildings, universities, the Academy of Sciences compound, and so on, are to be found. The westernmost section of the avenue is known as Deng Xiaoping Avenue. Bishkek has a humid continental climate (Köppen climate classification Dsa)[6] averaging 322 clear days annually due to its mountainous location. Average precipitation is around 440 millimetres (17 in) per year. Average daily high temperatures range from −3 °C (26.6 °F) in January to about 31 °C (87.8 °F) during July.[7] The summer months are dominated by dry periods experiencing the occasional thunderstorm which produces strong gusty winds and rare dust storms. The mountains to the south provide a natural boundary to provide protection from much of the damaging weather along with the smaller chain which runs NW to SE. In the winter months, sparse snow storms and frequent heavy fog are the dominating features. When an inversion sets up, the fog can last for days at a time. More Info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bishkek Bishkek11: Lukas Bergstrom https://www.flickr.com/photos/lukas/2569433237 Bishkek12: Thomas Depenbusch https://www.flickr.com/photos/depenbusch/7208585660 Bishkek13: Thomas Depenbusch https://www.flickr.com/photos/depenbusch/7208590364 Bishkek14: Sergey https://www.flickr.com/photos/zhaffsky/492290518 Bishkek15: DAVIDSDIEGO https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/3126763871
Views: 196 Best-Offer4U Plus
Bishkek & Amazing - The Capital and The Largest City Part VI
 
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Bishkek & Amazing - The Capital and The Largest City Part VI - Bishkek (in Kyrgyz and Russian: Бишкéк), formerly Pishpek and Frunze, is the capital and the largest city of the Kyrgyz Republic. Bishkek is also the administrative centre of Chuy Province which surrounds the city, even though the city itself is not part of the province but rather a province-level unit of Kyrgyzstan. Bishkek is situated at about 800 metres (2,600 ft) altitude just off the northern fringe of the Kyrgyz Ala-Too range, an extension of the Tian Shan mountain range, which rises up to 4,855 metres (15,928 ft) and provides a spectacular backdrop to the city. North of the city, a fertile and gently undulating steppe extends far north into neighbouring Kazakhstan. The Chui River drains most of the area. Bishkek is connected to the Turkestan-Siberia Railway by a spur line. Originally a caravan rest stop (possibly founded by the Sogdians) on one of the branches of the Silk Road through the Tian Shan range, the location was fortified in 1825 by the Uzbek khan of Kokhand with a mud fort. In the last years of Kokhand rule the fortress was led by Atabek, the Datka. Though the city is relatively young, the surrounding area has some sites of interest dating from prehistory, the Greco-Buddhist period, the period of Nestorian influence, the era of the Central Asian khanates, and the Soviet period. Russian Orthodox cathedral of Holy Resurrection. National Historical Museum The central part of the city is primarily built on a rectangular grid plan. The city's main street is the east–west Chui Avenue (Chuy Prospekti), named after the region's main river. In the Soviet era, it was called Lenin Avenue. Along, or within a block or two from it, many of the most important government buildings, universities, the Academy of Sciences compound, and so on, are to be found. The westernmost section of the avenue is known as Deng Xiaoping Avenue. Bishkek has a humid continental climate (Köppen climate classification Dsa)[6] averaging 322 clear days annually due to its mountainous location. Average precipitation is around 440 millimetres (17 in) per year. Average daily high temperatures range from −3 °C (26.6 °F) in January to about 31 °C (87.8 °F) during July.[7] The summer months are dominated by dry periods experiencing the occasional thunderstorm which produces strong gusty winds and rare dust storms. The mountains to the south provide a natural boundary to provide protection from much of the damaging weather along with the smaller chain which runs NW to SE. In the winter months, sparse snow storms and frequent heavy fog are the dominating features. When an inversion sets up, the fog can last for days at a time. More Info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bishkek Bishkek26: neiljs https://www.flickr.com/photos/neiljs/3527537017 Bishkek27: neiljs https://www.flickr.com/photos/neiljs/3527530675 Bishkek28: neiljs https://www.flickr.com/photos/neiljs/3527535023 Bishkek29: neiljs https://www.flickr.com/photos/neiljs/4157514663 Bishkek30: Thomas Depenbusch https://www.flickr.com/photos/depenbusch/1407198324 Bishkek31: Martin Talbot https://www.flickr.com/photos/tigr/322467784
Views: 270 Best-Offer4U Plus
Welcome to the NEW memphisdrumshop.com!
 
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We've combined all of our sites into one sleek and easy to use website! Introducing the new memphisdrumshop.com See it for yourself: memphisdrumshop.com
Views: 1541 Memphis Drum Shop
British, Turkish, Belgian, Serb, French, and Australian soldiers mobilize for Wor...HD Stock Footage
 
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Link to order this clip: http://www.criticalpast.com/video/65675020554_World-War-I_General-Paul-Von-Hindenburg_Kaiser-Wilhelm-II_General-Gallieni Historic Stock Footage Archival and Vintage Video Clips in HD. British, Turkish, Belgian, Serb, French, and Australian soldiers mobilize for World War I. Headlines in various New York and Belgian newspapers report the entry of Austria, Germany, Russia and Great Britain into the World War 1. A poster part of the recruitment campaign by Lord Kitchener, British Secretary of State for War. British troops in the streets of England, mobilize for the war. King George V, his son and uncle, inspect British troops. Turkey: The Sultan of Turkey and other military officials emerge from a building. The Sultan takes his seat in horse carriage and is driven away. Turkish troops at a port and soldiers seated in a ship. Belgium: Bombarded buildings and ruins in Louvain. People and soldiers on the street. People in carts on a road in search of new homes. Military officers study a map. Belgrade: Serbians bomb Belgrade. Soldiers fire artillery guns. Bomb explosions on a hill. British soldiers camp with French soldiers across the channel. Australian soldiers march ahead to join the war. Germany: Retired General Paul Von Hindenburg, commander of the Germans, and other military officers pose outside a building. The German emperor, Kaiser Wilhelm II ascends from the sand dunes of Belgium to inspect his troops in a field. France: French soldiers on alert in trenches and bunkers, defend the borders of Paris. General Gallieni and his troops leave Paris for the front in taxicabs. Location: Europe. Date: 1914. Visit us at www.CriticalPast.com: 57,000+ broadcast-quality historic clips for immediate download. Fully digitized and searchable, the CriticalPast collection is one of the largest archival footage collections in the world. All clips are licensed royalty-free, worldwide, in perpetuity. CriticalPast offers immediate downloads of full-resolution HD and SD masters and full-resolution time-coded screeners, 24 hours a day, to serve the needs of broadcast news, TV, film, and publishing professionals worldwide. Still photo images extracted from the vintage footage are also available for immediate download. CriticalPast is your source for imagery of worldwide events, people, and B-roll spanning the 20th century.
Views: 492 CriticalPast
37-Year-Old Woman Engaged To 16-Year-Old Schoolboy
 
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Australia's serial cougar caught out. She's the 37-year-old mum who dumped her 18- year-old husband to get engaged to a 16-year-old schoolboy. Now their parents want her stopped.
Views: 4411687 PureInsanityOfficial
Velvet Assassin Walkthrough Part 23 [PC]
 
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Velvet Assassin is a stealth game for Microsoft Windows and Xbox 360. It was released in 2009. Players take control of Violette Summer, a World War II-era British female spy operating deep behind enemy lines, attempting to help thwart the Nazi war effort. The game's story was inspired by a real life secret agent/saboteur Violette Szabo. Walkthrough on Agent difficulty level! Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLV01nZO5frDcldODEu1npcdvN_ljHFafT Release Date: 28.04.2009 Platforms: PC, Xbox 360 Developer: Replay Studios Publisher: SouthPeak Games My sites: Twitter: https://twitter.com/hinsten Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Hinsten Google+: https://plus.google.com/114067848720091242910/about
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Be careful who you become friends with online | How to avoid scams & fakes
 
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Join my team! http://workfromhomeemoms.com/find-out-more/ I was a victim of a Romance scam when I first got on line. I took for granted that all people were as honest as me. Not only was I scammed for $8,000. My heart was broken & I had become a target for others, who put my name on an easy target list. Be choosy about who you become friends with. Ask questions, do your research, and by all means listen to your gut instinct. If it sounds to good to be true it probably is.
Bishkek & Amazing - The Capital and The Largest City Part IV
 
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Bishkek & Amazing - The Capital and The Largest City Part IV - Bishkek (in Kyrgyz and Russian: Бишкéк), formerly Pishpek and Frunze, is the capital and the largest city of the Kyrgyz Republic. Bishkek is also the administrative centre of Chuy Province which surrounds the city, even though the city itself is not part of the province but rather a province-level unit of Kyrgyzstan. Bishkek is situated at about 800 metres (2,600 ft) altitude just off the northern fringe of the Kyrgyz Ala-Too range, an extension of the Tian Shan mountain range, which rises up to 4,855 metres (15,928 ft) and provides a spectacular backdrop to the city. North of the city, a fertile and gently undulating steppe extends far north into neighbouring Kazakhstan. The Chui River drains most of the area. Bishkek is connected to the Turkestan-Siberia Railway by a spur line. Originally a caravan rest stop (possibly founded by the Sogdians) on one of the branches of the Silk Road through the Tian Shan range, the location was fortified in 1825 by the Uzbek khan of Kokhand with a mud fort. In the last years of Kokhand rule the fortress was led by Atabek, the Datka. Though the city is relatively young, the surrounding area has some sites of interest dating from prehistory, the Greco-Buddhist period, the period of Nestorian influence, the era of the Central Asian khanates, and the Soviet period. Russian Orthodox cathedral of Holy Resurrection. National Historical Museum The central part of the city is primarily built on a rectangular grid plan. The city's main street is the east–west Chui Avenue (Chuy Prospekti), named after the region's main river. In the Soviet era, it was called Lenin Avenue. Along, or within a block or two from it, many of the most important government buildings, universities, the Academy of Sciences compound, and so on, are to be found. The westernmost section of the avenue is known as Deng Xiaoping Avenue. Bishkek has a humid continental climate (Köppen climate classification Dsa)[6] averaging 322 clear days annually due to its mountainous location. Average precipitation is around 440 millimetres (17 in) per year. Average daily high temperatures range from −3 °C (26.6 °F) in January to about 31 °C (87.8 °F) during July.[7] The summer months are dominated by dry periods experiencing the occasional thunderstorm which produces strong gusty winds and rare dust storms. The mountains to the south provide a natural boundary to provide protection from much of the damaging weather along with the smaller chain which runs NW to SE. In the winter months, sparse snow storms and frequent heavy fog are the dominating features. When an inversion sets up, the fog can last for days at a time. More Info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bishkek Bishkek16: Thomas Depenbusch https://www.flickr.com/photos/depenbusch/6052644436 Bishkek17: Stefan Krasowski https://www.flickr.com/photos/rapidtravelchai/6086379661 Bishkek18: Chris Price https://www.flickr.com/photos/pricey/8188974326 Bishkek19: Gilad Rom https://www.flickr.com/photos/gilad_rom/850591352 Bishkek20: Gilad Rom https://www.flickr.com/photos/gilad_rom/850594054
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