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10 most unique and beautiful places in Asia

1. Gujarat, India

Country’s largest producer of cotton and salt, Gujarat is the birth place of Mahatma Gandhi. In 2005 and 2006 heavy monsoons caused severe flooding, which killed more than 1,000 people, severely damaged infrastructure and agriculture. According to the expectations of scientists, a rapidly changing climate will lead to increasingly unpredictable monsoon rains and floods.

2. The Maldives, Indian ocean

The Maldives consists of 1200 tropical Islands, with white beaches, swaying palm trees and brightly colored coral reefs. The Republic of Maldives stretches across more than 600 miles. According to reports by the UN, by 2100 the sea level will rise 59 centimeters. In this case, the chain of 1,200 Islands and coral atolls 800 miles from the tip of India will be partly flooded, because a large part of the Maldives lies just one and a half metres above sea level (the highest point in the state – 2.4 meters above sea level). Even minor sea level rise could lead to the fact that some of the Islands will die.

3. Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok – tropical capital, where the traditional East meets the modernity of the West. This city constantly tolerate flooding, especially during Continue reading

East Asia

In connection with the economic theory of the economy at the macro and micro levels of accounting and audit management and other disciplines this course creates the knowledge about the nature of the financial system theories and organization of financial relations allows for a deeper understanding of their significance and mechanism in the economy. The subject of the course are the basics of Finance theory of Finance as one of the most important elements of a market economy at its macro and micro level. Financial relations connected with formation and distribution.

LECTURE 1 ON THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHT OF THE LECTURE PLAN 1.

2 Display in General rules of civil law of features intellectual activity and its results.3 Display in the special civil law of features intellectual activity and its results.2 the Specificity of intellectual property rights.3 the Relationship of intellectual property and proprietary rights.

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State unitary organization: 1010 including: Republican 1011 1012 regional municipal utility district 2 1013. NON-current ASSETS fixed assets: cost 101 170 560 309 254 amortization Continue reading

Wedding dresses brides from different countries

All peoples wedding — the most solemn event in life. The bride and groom are trying to look great, to appear in the best outfits.

Get acquainted with traditions of different countries.

Slavs

In the old days the main elements of a wedding dress of Russian brides were bottom shirt and top shirt. Lower the shirt was sewn from the thinnest tissue, what was available, and richly trimmed with lace. Top and shirt made of homespun cloth and decorated with embroidery.

Ukrainian bride is also generously covered wedding shirt with embroidery. On top they wore a skirt, which in Ukrainian is called “reserve” or “the female plakhta skirt”. It is a piece of homespun material, which is wrapped around the waist and tied the belt.

Bride from Belarus for the wedding wore the shirt, then the skirt, and on her apron. On top he wore a tight-fitting vest.

Africa

Here the most important thing in bride’s attire — brightly colored skirt. Fancy bride’s head wrapped with a cloth, so as to obtain a headdress that resembled a large turban. Bride’s hair is braided into many plaits. An essential attribute of a wedding dress are big African jewelry.

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Wedding dresses brides from different countries
All peoples wedding — the most solemn event in life. The bride and groom are trying to look great, to appear in the best outfits. Get acquainted with traditions of…

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