1. killjoylenin:

    "Do you speak Iranian?"-"Say something in Afghanistani"-"What’s the Pakistani word for…"

  2. faromush:

mformeerwa:

Tajik girl from Tashkurgan, Xinjiang  China.

This is how Chinese people used to look like!

???????? what

    faromush:

    mformeerwa:

    Tajik girl from Tashkurgan, Xinjiang China.

    This is how Chinese people used to look like!

    ???????? what

  3. 
Group of Armenian Intellectuals, 1900sby N.K. Markarian

    Group of Armenian Intellectuals, 1900s
    by N.K. Markarian

  4. captain-majed:

Union of Iranian Students in the US - 1970s

    captain-majed:

    Union of Iranian Students in the US - 1970s

  5. Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance 복수는 나의 것

    - Park Chan-wook 박찬욱 (2002)

  6. fileformat:


La niña chula con su vestido de tehuana 
Mexican kid with traditional Tehuana dress
Photo: poetalatas

my daughter

    fileformat:

    La niña chula con su vestido de tehuana 

    Mexican kid with traditional Tehuana dress

    Photo: poetalatas

    my daughter

  7. kukashkin:

    Van Morrison - Stop Drinking

    Sound advice from The Man.

  8. tomarza:

    Mardin, 1915: one night, the Turkish police round up all the Armenian men in the city, including the young blacksmith, Nazaret Manoogian, who is separated from his family. Years later, after managing to survive the horrors of the genocide, he hears that his two daugthers are also still alive. He becomes fixated on the idea of finding them and sets off to track them down. His search takes him from the Mesopotamian deserts and Havana to the barren and desolate prairies of North Dakota. On this odyssey, he encounters a range of very different people: angelic and kind-hearted characters, but also the devil incarnate.

    The Cut, directed by Turkish-German Fatih Akin, and starring Tahar Rahim, will premiere at the Venice Film Festival.

  9. gwebarchaeology:

theculturetrip:
Mongolia: Life Before Genghis Khan and his Empire
Chinggis Khaan (the local pronunciation and spelling of Genghis Khan) is synonymous with the Mongols and Mongolian history, and for many there was no other story, culture or history. However, long before the rise of the Mongol Empire in the 12th century the country was home to ancient kingdoms, the remains of which are still visible today. 20 kilometres West of Mörön, in the North of Mongolia, lays the fascinating proof of this early history.
Continue reading »

    gwebarchaeology:

    theculturetrip:

    Mongolia: Life Before Genghis Khan and his Empire

    Chinggis Khaan (the local pronunciation and spelling of Genghis Khan) is synonymous with the Mongols and Mongolian history, and for many there was no other story, culture or history. However, long before the rise of the Mongol Empire in the 12th century the country was home to ancient kingdoms, the remains of which are still visible today. 20 kilometres West of Mörön, in the North of Mongolia, lays the fascinating proof of this early history.

    Continue reading »

  10. mikeymath:

Frozen traffic. Saganor, Mongolia. 

    mikeymath:

    Frozen traffic. Saganor, Mongolia. 

  11. slothnorentropy:

    etymology lesson of the day:

    the term ‘hocus pocus’ — hocas pocas being the common name of a magician or juggler — is a perversion of ‘hoc est corpus meum, Dominus [this is my body, Lord]’ from the Roman Catholic liturgy of the Eucharist

    the word ‘hoax’ either directly comes from ‘hocus’ or is a shortening of ‘hoc est’

  12. theladysasha:

    "There is a city…."
    1944 - 2014

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