Asia History: 1500-1945

Maritime Trade in Asia

Ships’ time approximately 1500-1945 The connections over the sea had become increasingly important. Already in the centuries around the birth of Christ, sailors had begun to cross the sea between Arabia and India and between India and Southeast Asia in the rhythm of the annual monsoons and in the direct line without clinging to the shores. With the Islamization of the Middle East from the 600’s. this voyage seems to…

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List of UNESCO’s World Heritage in North America

List of UNESCO's World Heritage in North America

Below is a full list of world heritage of UNESCO in the continent of North America. To view all North American countries, check Countryaah website site. Mexico Sian Ka’an (1987) The ruins and National Park of Palenque (1987) Mexico City and the historical center of Xochimilco (1987) The ruins of Teotihuacán (1987) The historical center of Oaxaca and the ruins of Monte Albán (1987) The historic center of Puebla (1987)…

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Road Network in Central Africa

Angola Emoji Flag

Angola Angola has a relatively well-developed road network totaling 51,400 km, but maintenance is neglected. The railways, which go from inland to the three main port cities (Luanda, Lobito and Namibe), are not linked. The Benguela Railway is a strategic transport route for the mining regions of Congo (Kinshasa) and Zambia. Much of the infrastructure was destroyed during the civil war. Air transport and telecommunications have increased during the independence…

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