Hayachine Kagura

Hayachine Kagura

Thank you Hiroshi & Atsukokudo

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Ieud – Maramureș country

Ieud is a commune in Maramureş County in northern Romania. The commune is situated in the central part of Maramureş County, on the banks of Ieudişor, a tributary of the Iza river. The commune was first mentioned in 1391 in a manuscript called the Codicele de la Ieud. This was found in Ieud’s Church of the Nativity of the Mother of God. The church is the oldest of eight Wooden Churches of Maramureş that are listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

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The Fortified Churches

The Fortified Churches are an unique and interesting fenomenon. They can be found in only a few places throughout Europe and there were more than 300 Fortified Saxon Churches in Transylvania. Some of them are extinct, some of them are on the virge of extinction but most of them are still proudly standing, even in abandoned and forgotten villages. Some of them (7 to be more precise) had a better fate and they were declared heritage sites and are now on the UNESCO list (Biertan, Viscri, Saschiz, Prejmer, Valea Viilor, Calnic and Darjiu)

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Riga (Latvia)

Riga is the capital and largest city of Latvia, a major industrial, commercial, cultural and financial centre of the Baltics, and an important seaport, situated on the mouth of the Daugava. With 709,145 inhabitants (2010) it is the largest city of the Baltic states and third-largest in the Baltic region, behind Saint Petersburg and Stockholm (counting residents within the city limits). Riga’s territory covers 307.17 km2 (118.60 sq mi) and lies between 1 and 10 metres (3.3 and 33 ft)above sea level, on a flat and sandy plain. Riga‘s historical centre has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the city is particularly notable for its extensive Jugendstil (German Art Nouveau) architecture, which UNESCO considers to be unparalleled anywhere in the world.

Thank you Marius Chiciudean (Romania)

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Castle of Mir

Castle of Mir was building in XVIc (heritage of UNESCO)

Thank you  Helen Manoila (Belarus) cod: 1001-069

Rauman medieval town (UNESCO tag)

Rauman is a medieval town on the wertern coast of Finland. The old town is UNESCO was listed. Rauma is famous for the hand made laces, too. The one on the card is named “the broad wing of a bird”. Writed to Maija

Thank you Maija (Finland) cod: 1001-40

Mount Kinabalu (UNESCO tag)

Mount Kinabalu, teh highest mountain in South East Asia at 4095,2 m is Malayesia’s first world heritage site as declared by UNESCO in November 2000. The park is home to various species of flora and fauna including Napenthes rajah, the largest pitcher plant in the world, fascinating orchids and home to Borneo’s montane birds.

Thank you Olesya (Czech)