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All is particulary interesting but nothing is understandable
http://www.wmf.org/video/world-monuments-fund-and-unesco-world-heritage-sitesthis video is very interesting, even though I don't understand everything :) good night bye bye
Hi! this is one of the videos that I saw : http://www.wmf.org/video/usumacinta-river-cultural-landscape-cultural-landscape-risk; I found it very interesting for its wonderful images and nice soundtracks! I think the chronicler's voice was not so clear sometimes, but I tried to understand globally. Unfortunately I had not enough time to see all of the videos, I hope to do it as soon as possible!bye ;)
http://www.wmf.org/video/world-monuments-fund-2011-hadrian-award This is the video I saw. I think that it is very interesting because it talks about appreciation and preservation af art and architecture in the world. It wasn't so difficult to understand.
Hi all!!My preferite video is "Phnom Bakheng Restoration Project" (http://www.wmf.org/video/phnom-bakheng-restoration-project) In my opinion, this is a very interesting video because:- We can attend the reporter through the caption under the video;- The Commentator is understandable;-I have a passion for archeology and Angkor archaeological park is a new exciting experience for me;- The immage at min. 3:15 is beautiful fairy sunset.This video talk about a cooperative project of APSARA Authority and World Monuments Found for the Kingdom of Cambodia.(The acronim APSARA stands for Authority for the Protection and Management of Angkor and the Region of Siem Reap)Siem Reap is the capital city of Siem Reap Province in northwestern Cambodia, and is the gateway to Angkor region(for me these are new information :-))BYE.
Thank you for sharing your favourite videos with us... I hope to be able to watch them pretty soon myself!! Keep on watching!!
This image reminds me of the unfinished and the Abbey of SS Trinity VenosaMiddle Eastern Geodatabase for AntiquitiesDate: October 2012Country: JordanRelated Projects: MIDDLE EASTERN GEODATABASE FOR ANTIQUITIES (MEGA)