• Umbrian Renaissance
    The Umbrian Renaissance was one of the fundamental declensions of the Italian Renaissance. The ‘ Renaissance art […]
  • Architecture of Melilla
    The architecture in the Spanish city of Melilla responds to various typologies and models, from fortification […]
  • Hiking
    Hiking is the preferred term, in Canada and the United States, for a long, vigorous walk, usually on trails […]
  • Benham’s top
    Benham’s top, also called Benham’s disk, is named after the English newspaper-man, amateur scientist, and […]
  • Tourism in Armenia
    Tourism in Armenia has been a key sector to the Armenian economy since the 1990s when tourist numbers exceeded half a […]
  • Winter sports tourism
    A winter sport is a sport performed in or on snow or ice, or otherwise needing freezing temperatures. Most are […]
  • Sports tourism
    Sports tourism refers to travel which involves either observing or participating in a sporting event while staying […]
  • Diving emergency ascent
    An emergency ascent is an ascent to the surface by a diver in an emergency. More specifically it refers to any of […]
  • Earth system governance
    Earth system governance is a recently developed paradigm that builds on earlier notions of environmental policy and […]
  • Integrated arts
    Integrated arts practice refers to inter-disciplinary art, art research, development, production, presentation, or […]
  • Church architecture of England
    Church architecture of England refers to the architecture of buildings of Christian churches in England. It has evolved […]
  • Amalaka
    An amalaka, is a segmented or notched stone disk, usually with ridges on the rim, that sits on the top of a Hindu […]