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El zoroastrismo o mazdeísmo, es una filosofía-religión monoteísta la cual tiene como dios a Ahura Mazda (el Señor Sabio), también llamado Ormuz u Ohrmazd, y que se basa en las enseñanzas de «Zoroas…

El zoroastrismo o mazdeísmo, es una filosofía-religión monoteísta la cual tiene como dios a Ahura Mazda (el Señor Sabio), también llamado Ormuz u Ohrmazd, y que se basa en las enseñanzas de «Zoroas…

The Library of Celsus in Ephesus, Izmir, Turkey | #holidayspots4u

Library of Celsus, Ephesus, Izmir, Turkey. I love Ephesus!

Roman Emperor Caligula and the fantastic Nemi Barges discovered at the bottom of the lake.

Roman Emperor Caligula and the fantastic Nemi Barges discovered at the bottom of the lake.

The Temple of Bacchus is one of the best preserved Roman temples in the world

Located in modern-day Lebanon (north of Beirut) in the Beqaa Valley, the ancient city of Baalbek, also called Heliopolis or City of the Sun, notes its heyd

Temple of Bel, Syria. The Temple of Bel is an ancient stone ruin located in Palmyra, Syria. (V)

Temple of Bel, Syria. The Temple of Bel is an ancient stone ruin located in Palmyra, Syria.

Excellent site on the Temple of Athene Nike on the Acropolis: 3D reconstructions and more

reconstruction of Temple of Athena classical, grand, pure

The only original #Moai statue on Easter Island that has both topknot and eyes. The eyes are not original but show how all the Moai must have appeared once. You can see this Moai at Tahai on the edge of town. #easterisland #isladepascua

The only original statue on Easter Island that has both topknot and eyes. The eyes are not original but show how all the Moai must have appeared once. You can see this Moai at Tahai on the edge of town.

The ruins of the Temple of Apollo in the ancient city of Corinth, Greece.

The ruins of the Temple of Apollo in the ancient city of Corinth, Greece. This is the temple of Thalia's husband.) Apollo is the god music.

Iran Persepolis _ Assyrian

Founded BC, Persopolis was the capital of the Achaemenian Empire. It was sacked by Alexander the Great in 330 BC, after which it declined and was abandoned.

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