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Taj Mahal Trip from New Delhi The UNESCO–listed Taj Mahal is one of the most famous buildings in the world. Though you’ve almost certainly seen the white marble wonder in photos, the structure’s symmetry, scope, and obsessive detail can be appreciated only in person. Here’s how to experience the  Taj Mahal and Agra from New Delhi. Popular Tourist Attractions in Agra Taj Mahal- Seven Wonders of the World   Standing on the bank of Yamuna River in Agra, Taj Mahal is one of the ‘Seven Wonders’ on the world. It is a marble mausoleum, built by Mughal King Shah Jahan for his beloved wife Mumtaz. Taj Mahal houses the tomb of Shah Jahan and his wife. It sprawls across an area of forty-two acres and features a manicured garden, a mosque and a guest house. The construction of this timeless monument started in the year 1632 and the entire complex was completed around 1653. The monument houses twenty-two white...See more

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Why you should water well your Christmas tree: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26A-49Wb2F4



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Xin gửi anh lời của Einstein: "Những thứ đích thực có giá trị không sinh ra từ tham vọng hoặc ý thức trách nhiệm đơn thuần, mà đến từ tình yêu và sự hiến dâng cho nhân loại và những điều khách quan".
https://m.thanhnien.vn/giao-duc/nha-toan-hoc-tac-gia-sach-dinh-ly-cuoi-cung-cua-fermat-qua-doi-tai-my-1152436.html

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Why trust science?
Is scientific method the best way to discover, explain and solve problems?
Is science not politically biased or populist?
Interesting questions.

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Christmas coming is also the time to think of people who are less lucky than us. It is the story of young Katie, homeless and had to pass days and cold nights in the streets with all the danger from abuse and freezing weather. She was finally helped by Centre point who gave a her a room to stay and training to become child carer.
Let us do some donations to organizations like Centre point to help young people like Katie, to make this world a better place for every one.

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Created by pupils of a local secondary school in the UK, the country of Capitalism and also where Karl Marx wrote to give birth to Communism.
It is with freedom that pupils of more than twelve years old can create so thrilling pieces of art. Freedom of thought and expression.

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