I’m curious about the weird/unrealistic expectations you mentioned.
Has anyone else found that the SDs who want to mentor someone are usually not up to the task? After you mentioned it, I took a look and the ads scared me off.
Excavated from the 1860s, six caves have revealed items dating from 43,000 to 33,000 years ago.
Palestine Criteria: (ii)(iv)(vi) The use of a local limestone shaped the construction of the old town of Hebron/Al-Khalil during the Mamluk period between 12.
The centre of interest of the town was the site of Al-Ibrahimi Mosque/The tomb of the Patriarchs whose buildings are in a compound built in the 1st century AD to protect the tombs of the patriarch Abraham/Ibrahim and his family.
This place became a site of pilgrimage for the three monotheistic religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
The town was sited at the crossroads of trade routes for caravans travelling between southern Palestine, Sinai, Eastern Jordan and the north of the Arabian Peninsula.
I’ve been off of this site for quite some time but am considering putting up a new profile.
Turkey Criteria: (ii)(iii)(iv)(vi) Located in southwestern Turkey, in the upper valley of the Morsynus River, the site consists of two components: the archaeological site of Aphrodisias and the marble quarries northeast of the city.
It is an exceptional example of early modernist urbanism at the beginning of the 20th century and its application in an African context.
Russian Federation Criteria: (ii)(iv) The Assumption Cathedral is located in the town-island of Sviyazhsk and is part of the monastery of the same name.
Denmark Criteria: (v) Kujataa is a subarctic farming landscape located in the southern region of Greenland.
It bears witness to the cultural histories of the Norse farmer-hunters who started arriving from Iceland in the 10th century and of the Inuit hunters and Inuit farming communities that developed from the end of the 18th century.
The Assumption Monastery illustrates in its location and architectural composition the political and missionary programme developed by Tsar Ivan IV to extend the Moscow state.