Archive for March, 2015

Canal/Kanal Istanbul

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  • This kind of pictures you can find on real estate sites. They are already marketing the best spots on the Canal. Şöyle resimler emlak sayfalarında bulabilirsiniz. Onlar şimdiden rantı hesaplıyorlar.
  • The banks of the Canal are attractive real estate spots. Due to the limited space on the Bosporus, this will be the alternative. Canal manzaralı konutlar gözde rant bebekleri olacak. Boğazdaki Potansyal sinirli olduğundan dolayı, ikinci bir Boğaz yaratılıyor.
  • Obviously Dubai is one of the main archetypes regarding the architecture. Planlanan Mimarlik Dubai örnek almaktadır.
  • Eight bridges are planned on the Canal. Which means: lot's of money for construction firms and much potential for investments. Sekiz köprü planlanıyor Kanal'da. Bazı İnşaatçılar zengin olacak, ayrica yatırım için büyük firsat.

Yüksek Planlama Kurulu’nun 5.5 milyar TL tutacağı öngörülen inşaat işleri için vize verdiği Kanal İstanbul projesi kapsamında en az 8 köprü inşa edilmesi planlanıyor.

The High Planning Council is asuming £ 5.5 billion for the construction work of the Canal Istanbul project. Eight bridges are scheduled to be built. 

Fetish Market of Lomé

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Voodoo may be closely associated with Caribbean countries such as Haiti, but the practice originated in West Africa and continues to play a big part in the everyday lives of the region’s inhabitants. So it’s perhaps not surprising that the Akodessewa Fetish Market in Togo’s capital, Lomé, is the largest Voodoo market in the world.

Reflections on the Future

Seeing the future as a project: The Long Now Foundation aims at developping a new way of thinking about our time and future. Opposing the current cultural mainstream that depicts our future’s environment as devastated and non-livable and the people as lonely and ruled by technology, the Foundation offers a more optimistic suggestions for seeing the time that will come. Basically it is the suggestion to start thinking about it at all – not in terms of short periods as modern democracies’ elections are structured but in really long runs.