History of Medieval Treadwheel Cranes in Germany

Five Treadwheel Medieval Cranes in Germany Today The History of Medieval Treadwheel Cranes in Germany: The treadwheel cranes were used by architects and engineers from the times of the Romans. Probably some stopped being used only at the beginning of the 20th century. This is a detail of those that still exist. Some are original and have a thousand years of antiquity. A few others were rebuilt. These are the five medieval treadmill cranes existing today in Germany. All are worth …

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Thomas Cook & Son in the History of Tourism

Thomas Cook and The first Organized Tourist Trip Thomas Cook & Son History of Tourism. The founder grew up in a Baptist family and was a fervent believer, both traveling through his region as a missionary. I work as a cabinetmaker to earn money. Influenced by his experience as a missionary, he decided to be a teetotaler at age 25. He attributed part of the great social problems of the moment to alcohol consumption. In a way, his participation in …

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History of Travel, Tourism and Hospitality

What is the History of Travel and Tourism? Tourism began in Ancient Greece with displacements for leisure or religious reasons of the upper class. The same thing happened later during the Roman Empire, assisted by the existence of roads or paved roads or stones. Ancient Rome Tourism What is the history of travel and tourism?- Roman Empire & Greece   TSA Approved Toiletry Bag Travel Vacations Ancient Pompeii Tourism What is the history of tourism? – Pompeii & Herculano What …

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Venus Callipyge: The Goddess of the Beautiful Buttocks

Venus Callipyge: The Roman Statue of the Beautiful Buttocks Goddess of the Beautiful Buttocks  It is used to designate the famous statue of Aphrodite known as the Venus Callipyge, currently in the Archaeological Archeological Museum of Naples. It is a Roman copy of a Greek sculpture found,, in the domus áurea of Nero. Then it went to the Farnese Palace, from there to the King of Naples. Then to your current location. The Greek voice is formed by kallos (beautiful) …

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History of Power Bank

History of Power Banks and Lithium batteries When was the first call of a mobile phone? Martin Cooper, manager of Motorola, made a call to, Joel Engel, of Bell Labs of AT&T on April 3, 1973, from Sixth Avenue in New York, with a prototype of Motorola DynaTac 8000X. That was a mobile phone that weighed approximately one kilo and was about 13 inches (33 cm) tall taking into account the antenna. It was the first call made from a mobile …

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