• This morning we welcomed Heads of State, Government and delegates at the 22nd Comesa summit, in Lusaka.
    We accepted the chairmanship of COMESA, which we view as a vote of confidence in Zambia.

    We thanked the outgoing Chair, His Excellency President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi of Egypt, and commended him for the achievements of COMESA under his leadership. These are the building blocks that we will set COMESA members to implement the free trade area and trade among ourselves.

    This Summit captures our collective desire to see the COMESA region thrive based on the resolve to adapt, evolve, and integrate our economies while considering global, multilateral and regional developments.

    We implored member states to harness the collective resource endowments of our land mass of 12 million Square kilometers and a population in excess of 580 million people.

    More people-to-people relations, no-stop borders between our countries and friendly tariffs are key ingredients to
    springboard more intra- Africa trade which stands at a paltry 17%.

    The stability, peace and security in our region is key. Which is why we agreed that dialogue and diplomacy are a prerequisite to settling disputes.

    Let’s change the narrative by working closely among the member states, towards attaining economic integration for a thriving COMESA that builds wealth and prosperity for all our peoples.

    Hakainde Hichilema
    President of the Republic of Zambia
    This morning we welcomed Heads of State, Government and delegates at the 22nd Comesa summit, in Lusaka.
    We accepted the chairmanship of COMESA, which we view as a vote of confidence in Zambia.

    We thanked the outgoing Chair, His Excellency President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi of Egypt, and commended him for the achievements of COMESA under his leadership. These are the building blocks that we will set COMESA members to implement the free trade area and trade among ourselves.

    This Summit captures our collective desire to see the COMESA region thrive based on the resolve to adapt, evolve, and integrate our economies while considering global, multilateral and regional developments.

    We implored member states to harness the collective resource endowments of our land mass of 12 million Square kilometers and a population in excess of 580 million people.

    More people-to-people relations, no-stop borders between our countries and friendly tariffs are key ingredients to
    springboard more intra- Africa trade which stands at a paltry 17%.

    The stability, peace and security in our region is key. Which is why we agreed that dialogue and diplomacy are a prerequisite to settling disputes.

    Let’s change the narrative by working closely among the member states, towards attaining economic integration for a thriving COMESA that builds wealth and prosperity for all our peoples.

    Hakainde Hichilema
    President of the Republic of Zambia
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  • This morning we welcomed Heads of State, Government and delegates at the 22nd Comesa summit, in Lusaka.
    We accepted the chairmanship of COMESA, which we view as a vote of confidence in Zambia.

    We thanked the outgoing Chair, His Excellency President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi of Egypt, and commended him for the achievements of COMESA under his leadership. These are the building blocks that we will set COMESA members to implement the free trade area and trade among ourselves.

    This Summit captures our collective desire to see the COMESA region thrive based on the resolve to adapt, evolve, and integrate our economies while considering global, multilateral and regional developments.

    We implored member states to harness the collective resource endowments of our land mass of 12 million Square kilometers and a population in excess of 580 million people.

    More people-to-people relations, no-stop borders between our countries and friendly tariffs are key ingredients to
    springboard more intra- Africa trade which stands at a paltry 17%.

    The stability, peace and security in our region is key. Which is why we agreed that dialogue and diplomacy are a prerequisite to settling disputes.

    Let’s change the narrative by working closely among the member states, towards attaining economic integration for a thriving COMESA that builds wealth and prosperity for all our peoples.

    Hakainde Hichilema
    President of the Republic of Zambia
    #broncnutz @broncnutz #The OG ₿roncnutz @The OG ₿roncnutz
    This morning we welcomed Heads of State, Government and delegates at the 22nd Comesa summit, in Lusaka.
    We accepted the chairmanship of COMESA, which we view as a vote of confidence in Zambia.

    We thanked the outgoing Chair, His Excellency President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi of Egypt, and commended him for the achievements of COMESA under his leadership. These are the building blocks that we will set COMESA members to implement the free trade area and trade among ourselves.

    This Summit captures our collective desire to see the COMESA region thrive based on the resolve to adapt, evolve, and integrate our economies while considering global, multilateral and regional developments.

    We implored member states to harness the collective resource endowments of our land mass of 12 million Square kilometers and a population in excess of 580 million people.

    More people-to-people relations, no-stop borders between our countries and friendly tariffs are key ingredients to
    springboard more intra- Africa trade which stands at a paltry 17%.

    The stability, peace and security in our region is key. Which is why we agreed that dialogue and diplomacy are a prerequisite to settling disputes.

    Let’s change the narrative by working closely among the member states, towards attaining economic integration for a thriving COMESA that builds wealth and prosperity for all our peoples.

    Hakainde Hichilema
    President of the Republic of Zambia
    #broncnutz @broncnutz #The OG ₿roncnutz @The OG ₿roncnutz
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  • The Sanctuary of the Christ of Jose in Barcelona, Venezuela is a place of great religious and historical importance. The original chapel was built in 1641 and has been rebuilt several times due to its significance in the region.
    The story goes that in the 18th century, a group of travelers were caught in a storm in the area where the sanctuary now stands. Seeing that they couldn't continue their journey, the travelers decided to make a fire and spend the night near the place where the chapel now stands. During the night, the travelers claimed to have seen a bright light in the distance, which turned out to be an image of the crucified Christ.
    This incident made the area a place of pilgrimage for the locals, who built the original chapel in honor of the Christ of the Travelers. Over the years, the sanctuary has expanded and now has several chapels where masses and other religious services are held.

    The sanctuary of the Christ of Jose was declared a Diocesan Monument of the State in 1994 by the Catholic Church in recognition of its religious and cultural importance in the region of Barcelona, Venezuela. There is no precise information about when it was declared a national sanctuary, but it is known to be a place of great devotion and an important pilgrimage destination for the faithful from all over the country.
    The Christ of Jose is considered by many as the patron saint of the city of Barcelona, and the sanctuary is visited by thousands of people every year. In addition to its religious importance, the sanctuary is also a place of historical and cultural interest in the region. It is a reflection of the devotion and faith of the Venezuelan people, and a place where one can appreciate an important part of its rich history and traditions.

    The Sanctuary of the Christ of Jose in Barcelona, Venezuela is a place of great religious and historical importance. The original chapel was built in 1641 and has been rebuilt several times due to its significance in the region.
    The story goes that in the 18th century, a group of travelers were caught in a storm in the area where the sanctuary now stands. Seeing that they couldn't continue their journey, the travelers decided to make a fire and spend the night near the place where the chapel now stands. During the night, the travelers claimed to have seen a bright light in the distance, which turned out to be an image of the crucified Christ.
    This incident made the area a place of pilgrimage for the locals, who built the original chapel in honor of the Christ of the Travelers. Over the years, the sanctuary has expanded and now has several chapels where masses and other religious services are held.

    The sanctuary of the Christ of Jose was declared a Diocesan Monument of the State in 1994 by the Catholic Church in recognition of its religious and cultural importance in the region of Barcelona, Venezuela. There is no precise information about when it was declared a national sanctuary, but it is known to be a place of great devotion and an important pilgrimage destination for the faithful from all over the country.
    The Christ of Jose is considered by many as the patron saint of the city of Barcelona, and the sanctuary is visited by thousands of people every year. In addition to its religious importance, the sanctuary is also a place of historical and cultural interest in the region. It is a reflection of the devotion and faith of the Venezuelan people, and a place where one can appreciate an important part of its rich history and traditions.
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  • ![image.png](https://files.peakd.com/file/peakd-hive/rzc24-nftbbg/23z7UyAa43YeQLWMWWkcFmXmz6G9kw7hZoxDmeL5SshWp2CWsM48ZFeo4L7w9T3QD9MoP.png)
    [Photo Credit](https://www.pexels.com/photo/person-raising-hands-mid-air-sidewards-while-standing-on-gray-steel-railings-680257/)
    Happy 125th Independence Day!
    This blogging contest for June initiated by @hiveph reminds me of my years of stay in South Korea, from 2012 to 2016. During my four years of stay there, I remember a day when I participated in a lecture in Seoul sponsored by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation. That was on 26 May 2014.
    The topic in that lecture was Freedom Barometer in Asia. The speaker emphasized that political freedom, the rule of law, and economic freedom are the three aspects of freedom that are discussed in contemporary discourse. I learned then that there are ten variables utilized to assess the freedom status of countries in Asia. At that time, the Philippines ranked eighth out of seventeen countries.
    Preparing this piece, I visited the site where I got that information before, but the links are all dead. I am curious to know the current freedom status of the country after nine years. This is an inescapable reality in the cyber world. What you think about content that will stay on the web will soon disappear without you knowing it. And this is what I like about blockchain technology. Whatever you put on the chain will be there no matter what. Such a stable feature of this cutting-edge technology is somehow comforting, but at the same should make us extra cautious in creating content. You cannot remove it; it will stay there even after decades that you’re no longer here on this side of life.
    Among the ten variables, access to sound money is a key component of economic freedom. This caught my attention. I was a gold bug then. I saw that sound money as defined by Jorg Guido Hulsman and Thorstein Polleit of the Mises Institute is a vital aspect of economic freedom.
    However, my view changed after encountering blockchain and cryptocurrency in August of 2021. For so long, since the 2008 crash of the housing market, I have been looking for an alternative monetary system, and I thought that the return to The Gold Standard is the only way.
    Just two months ago, that was 09 April this year, Milan Stanojevic published his opinion on bitcoinmagazine.com about the possibility that the move of the BRICS nations to return to The Gold Standard can usher into the hyperbitcoinization of the world. I am not sure if you agree with his opinion or not, but that’s how he sees the current trend in geopolitics and macroeconomics.
    Returning to my independence topic, I think it is not inappropriate for us Filipinos to be reminded by none other than our national hero himself saying that economic freedom is essential for complete independence. In other words, political and cultural freedom are not enough. They could be illusory and can give us a shadow of independence.
    In commemorating the 125th Independence Day of the Philippines, I hope and pray that an increasing number of the younger generation in the country will come to realize the correlation between freedom and an alternative monetary system. If returning to the Gold Standard is not the way to achieve it, then how about the option provided by blockchain and cryptocurrency? We have been learning here on Hive that the platform can provide what we badly need that can give substance to our understanding of economic freedom.
    Responding to the question about the importance of independence, yes, I do believe that independence is very important. However, in the digital world where the reality of globalization is at anyone’s fingertip, I think we are not far from the truth if we will begin to embrace this idea of a digital nation. And the number one threat to this new kind of freedom and independence is no longer a powerful nation, but those who posture themselves that they know better than us what we are supposed to do not only in our social media interaction but also in our financial transactions. This to me is the new battlefield in our time.
    Grace and peace!
    What is Hive?
    What is LeoFinance?
    ![image.png](https://files.peakd.com/file/peakd-hive/rzc24-nftbbg/23z7UyAa43YeQLWMWWkcFmXmz6G9kw7hZoxDmeL5SshWp2CWsM48ZFeo4L7w9T3QD9MoP.png)
    [Photo Credit](https://www.pexels.com/photo/person-raising-hands-mid-air-sidewards-while-standing-on-gray-steel-railings-680257/)
    Happy 125th Independence Day!
    This blogging contest for June initiated by @hiveph reminds me of my years of stay in South Korea, from 2012 to 2016. During my four years of stay there, I remember a day when I participated in a lecture in Seoul sponsored by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation. That was on 26 May 2014.
    The topic in that lecture was Freedom Barometer in Asia. The speaker emphasized that political freedom, the rule of law, and economic freedom are the three aspects of freedom that are discussed in contemporary discourse. I learned then that there are ten variables utilized to assess the freedom status of countries in Asia. At that time, the Philippines ranked eighth out of seventeen countries.
    Preparing this piece, I visited the site where I got that information before, but the links are all dead. I am curious to know the current freedom status of the country after nine years. This is an inescapable reality in the cyber world. What you think about content that will stay on the web will soon disappear without you knowing it. And this is what I like about blockchain technology. Whatever you put on the chain will be there no matter what. Such a stable feature of this cutting-edge technology is somehow comforting, but at the same should make us extra cautious in creating content. You cannot remove it; it will stay there even after decades that you’re no longer here on this side of life.
    Among the ten variables, access to sound money is a key component of economic freedom. This caught my attention. I was a gold bug then. I saw that sound money as defined by Jorg Guido Hulsman and Thorstein Polleit of the Mises Institute is a vital aspect of economic freedom.
    However, my view changed after encountering blockchain and cryptocurrency in August of 2021. For so long, since the 2008 crash of the housing market, I have been looking for an alternative monetary system, and I thought that the return to The Gold Standard is the only way.
    Just two months ago, that was 09 April this year, Milan Stanojevic published his opinion on bitcoinmagazine.com about the possibility that the move of the BRICS nations to return to The Gold Standard can usher into the hyperbitcoinization of the world. I am not sure if you agree with his opinion or not, but that’s how he sees the current trend in geopolitics and macroeconomics.
    Returning to my independence topic, I think it is not inappropriate for us Filipinos to be reminded by none other than our national hero himself saying that economic freedom is essential for complete independence. In other words, political and cultural freedom are not enough. They could be illusory and can give us a shadow of independence.
    In commemorating the 125th Independence Day of the Philippines, I hope and pray that an increasing number of the younger generation in the country will come to realize the correlation between freedom and an alternative monetary system. If returning to the Gold Standard is not the way to achieve it, then how about the option provided by blockchain and cryptocurrency? We have been learning here on Hive that the platform can provide what we badly need that can give substance to our understanding of economic freedom.
    Responding to the question about the importance of independence, yes, I do believe that independence is very important. However, in the digital world where the reality of globalization is at anyone’s fingertip, I think we are not far from the truth if we will begin to embrace this idea of a digital nation. And the number one threat to this new kind of freedom and independence is no longer a powerful nation, but those who posture themselves that they know better than us what we are supposed to do not only in our social media interaction but also in our financial transactions. This to me is the new battlefield in our time.
    Grace and peace!
    What is Hive?
    What is LeoFinance?
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  • Kavo Greco National Park is a protected natural park located in the far southeast of Cyprus between Ayia Napa and Protaras. It is recognizable by its cliff with a stunning view of the Mediterranean Sea, nature and rocky landscapes.
    Kavo Greko has numerous natural trails, and at the top of the cliff, there is a famous viewpoint - Monument of Peace.

    We took advantage of one sunny, but not too warm day, because on these trails it is not possible to stay long if the day is too warm.





    We visited the cliffs and took pictures of yachts and boats that take tourists on a tour by sea.
    We climbed to the top of the cliff to the Monument of Peace and took some phenomenal photos. The view from the top of the cliff to the open sea is breathtaking.






    We also visited the Ayioi Anargiroi Church, under which there is a cave, in which legend says that there is a source of healing water.





    Kavo Greco National Park is a protected natural park located in the far southeast of Cyprus between Ayia Napa and Protaras. It is recognizable by its cliff with a stunning view of the Mediterranean Sea, nature and rocky landscapes.
    Kavo Greko has numerous natural trails, and at the top of the cliff, there is a famous viewpoint - Monument of Peace.

    We took advantage of one sunny, but not too warm day, because on these trails it is not possible to stay long if the day is too warm.





    We visited the cliffs and took pictures of yachts and boats that take tourists on a tour by sea.
    We climbed to the top of the cliff to the Monument of Peace and took some phenomenal photos. The view from the top of the cliff to the open sea is breathtaking.






    We also visited the Ayioi Anargiroi Church, under which there is a cave, in which legend says that there is a source of healing water.




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  • On this day in 1967, during the Six Day War, the Old City of Jerusalem was liberated by Israeli paratroopers. One of the sites that they liberated was the Western Wall. Before this happened, there were so many years that the Jewish people were not allowed to pray by the Western Wall - when the ability to visit it again seemed like a far off dream. Now we have the freedom to be able to visit and pray by that same Wall that our ancestors longed to return to.

    Picture: Israeli paratroopers putting up an Israeli flag on a fence above the Western Wall.

    GPO National Photo Collection
    #GPOIsrael #Israel #Israeli #soldier #soldiers #IDF #צהל #Jerusalem #westernwall #kotel #wailingwall Israel Defense Forces עיריית ירושלים צה''ל Western Wall Heritage Foundation
    On this day in 1967, during the Six Day War, the Old City of Jerusalem was liberated by Israeli paratroopers. One of the sites that they liberated was the Western Wall. Before this happened, there were so many years that the Jewish people were not allowed to pray by the Western Wall - when the ability to visit it again seemed like a far off dream. Now we have the freedom to be able to visit and pray by that same Wall that our ancestors longed to return to.

    Picture: Israeli paratroopers putting up an Israeli flag on a fence above the Western Wall.

    GPO National Photo Collection
    #GPOIsrael #Israel #Israeli #soldier #soldiers #IDF #צהל #Jerusalem #westernwall #kotel #wailingwall Israel Defense Forces עיריית ירושלים צה''ל Western Wall Heritage Foundation
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  • Hello Amigos.
    I humbly welcome you to my actifit report for Tuesday 6th June, 2023.
    I woke up around 6:10am, gave thanks to God.
    Did few house chores.

    Then went for a walk, I walked for a while before walking back home.

    Saw a friend on my way back home, we talked for sometime.
    This delayed my breakfast, I had to eat late breakfast.
    After that I started up with some online activities.
    I was focused for sometime doing it, until a friend of mine visited.
    It was a lot of planning and organizing for her upcoming wedding.
    Which I know very well it won't be that soon, by the look of things.
    But a planning is needed.
    I saw her off in the evening, which helped me to walk for sometime too embracing the fresh breeze outside.
    I ended my day with completing some online task.
    Thank you very much for checking out my blog.
    Let's go again today.
    Wishing you a fantastic day
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    Hello Amigos.
    I humbly welcome you to my actifit report for Tuesday 6th June, 2023.
    I woke up around 6:10am, gave thanks to God.
    Did few house chores.

    Then went for a walk, I walked for a while before walking back home.

    Saw a friend on my way back home, we talked for sometime.
    This delayed my breakfast, I had to eat late breakfast.
    After that I started up with some online activities.
    I was focused for sometime doing it, until a friend of mine visited.
    It was a lot of planning and organizing for her upcoming wedding.
    Which I know very well it won't be that soon, by the look of things.
    But a planning is needed.
    I saw her off in the evening, which helped me to walk for sometime too embracing the fresh breeze outside.
    I ended my day with completing some online task.
    Thank you very much for checking out my blog.
    Let's go again today.
    Wishing you a fantastic day
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  • When I visited out side the city so I wanna to show you their cultural
    #somee #awesome #somaliteam
    When I visited out side the city so I wanna to show you their cultural
    #somee #awesome #somaliteam
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  • 15 Interesting Facts About Ethiopia

    1. The Ethiopian calendar is different from the Georgian calendar. There are thirteen months in the Ethiopian calendar, which means they are currently in 2014.

    2. Ethiopians also measure the hours of a day to a different schedule based on the logic that the clock starts when the day does. Ethiopia, however, observes 13 calendar months per year. This makes the Ethiopian calendar 7 years behind the rest of the world.

    3. Ethiopia is the only African country never to have been brought under colonial rule. The Itàlians tried but failed woefully and were defeated by the solid Ethiopian forces.

    4. Ethiopia has the world's 0ldest Bible and the most unique.

    5. Ethiopia is home to one of the world's best coffee. In fact, coffee production is huge in Ethiopia.

    6. According to some archaeological findings, Ethiopia is the cradle of humànkind. Meaning lifè actually started in Ethiopia.

    7. In 1960, an Ethiopian named Abebe Bikila became the first Black African to win gold in the Olympics. He won it by running barefoot.

    8. Addis Ababa's name translates to ‘New Flower’ in Amharic. The city is one of the oldest cities in the world.

    9. Ethiopia is home to some of the world's tastiest, healthiest and most diverse cuisines on the continent of Africa.

    10. The biggest festival in Ethiopia, Timket, is a three-day annual festival that honours the baptism of Jesus Christ in the river Jordan. It's one of the world's largest festivals that takes place annually. The festival attracts millions of people from all over the world.

    11. Ethiopia has the most UNESCO World Heritage Sites on the continent. Ethiopia takes first place as the African country with the most UNESCO World Heritage sites. There are 9 total ranging from religious sites to natural areas. Among them are the Simien National Park, Konso Cultural Landscape and the rock-hewn churches.

    12. Over 80 languages are spoken in Ethiopia. There are over 80 languages spoken with English being the language of educational systems in addition to local languages which include Oromo, Amharic, Somali and Tigrinya.

    13. Over half of Africa’s mountains are in Ethiopia. Along with Ethiopia’s incredible cultural and historical significance, the natural beauty is in a league of its own. In addition to a gorgeous landscape of low desserts and volcanic plateaus, Ethiopia is incredibly mountainous. In fact, around 70% of Africa’s mountains are in Ethiopia.

    14. Ethiopia is Africa’s oldest country. Originally founded in 980 BC, Ethiopia is the oldest independent nation on the continent. Additionally, Ethiopia has remnants of some of the most ancient human beings on earth dating back millions of years making it one of the most important archaeological areas in the world. Not only that, but it is the second most populated country with more than 106 million people.

    15. Ethiopia is the only country in the world with its own unique Alphabet.
    15 Interesting Facts About Ethiopia

    1. The Ethiopian calendar is different from the Georgian calendar. There are thirteen months in the Ethiopian calendar, which means they are currently in 2014.

    2. Ethiopians also measure the hours of a day to a different schedule based on the logic that the clock starts when the day does. Ethiopia, however, observes 13 calendar months per year. This makes the Ethiopian calendar 7 years behind the rest of the world.

    3. Ethiopia is the only African country never to have been brought under colonial rule. The Itàlians tried but failed woefully and were defeated by the solid Ethiopian forces.

    4. Ethiopia has the world's 0ldest Bible and the most unique.

    5. Ethiopia is home to one of the world's best coffee. In fact, coffee production is huge in Ethiopia.

    6. According to some archaeological findings, Ethiopia is the cradle of humànkind. Meaning lifè actually started in Ethiopia.

    7. In 1960, an Ethiopian named Abebe Bikila became the first Black African to win gold in the Olympics. He won it by running barefoot.

    8. Addis Ababa's name translates to ‘New Flower’ in Amharic. The city is one of the oldest cities in the world.

    9. Ethiopia is home to some of the world's tastiest, healthiest and most diverse cuisines on the continent of Africa.

    10. The biggest festival in Ethiopia, Timket, is a three-day annual festival that honours the baptism of Jesus Christ in the river Jordan. It's one of the world's largest festivals that takes place annually. The festival attracts millions of people from all over the world.

    11. Ethiopia has the most UNESCO World Heritage Sites on the continent. Ethiopia takes first place as the African country with the most UNESCO World Heritage sites. There are 9 total ranging from religious sites to natural areas. Among them are the Simien National Park, Konso Cultural Landscape and the rock-hewn churches.

    12. Over 80 languages are spoken in Ethiopia. There are over 80 languages spoken with English being the language of educational systems in addition to local languages which include Oromo, Amharic, Somali and Tigrinya.

    13. Over half of Africa’s mountains are in Ethiopia. Along with Ethiopia’s incredible cultural and historical significance, the natural beauty is in a league of its own. In addition to a gorgeous landscape of low desserts and volcanic plateaus, Ethiopia is incredibly mountainous. In fact, around 70% of Africa’s mountains are in Ethiopia.

    14. Ethiopia is Africa’s oldest country. Originally founded in 980 BC, Ethiopia is the oldest independent nation on the continent. Additionally, Ethiopia has remnants of some of the most ancient human beings on earth dating back millions of years making it one of the most important archaeological areas in the world. Not only that, but it is the second most populated country with more than 106 million people.

    15. Ethiopia is the only country in the world with its own unique Alphabet.
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  • 𝐏𝐨𝐥𝐨𝐧𝐧𝐚𝐫𝐮𝐰𝐚 𝐑𝐨𝐜𝐤 𝐓𝐞𝐦𝐩𝐥𝐞

    The Gal Vihara, and originally as the Uttararama, is a rock temple of the Buddha situated in the ancient city of Polonnaruwa in North Central Province, Sri Lanka. It was fashioned in the 12th century by Parakramabahu I.
    This magnificent group of gigantic figures carved from the gray rock which forms their backround was built by king Parakramabahu (1153-1186) which was part of the Uthararama Complex.

    ᴄʀᴇᴅɪᴛ ᴛᴏ ᴛʜᴇ ʀᴇᴤᴘᴇᴄᴛɪᴠᴇ ᴏᴡɴᴇʀ

    #vacation #travelvacation #vacationtravel #vacationtrip #girlsvacation #thingstodoinsrilanka #travelvacation #vacationtravel #temple #buddhatemple #srilankahistory #ancientsrilanka #ancientplaces #birdeyeview #historicalsite
    𝐏𝐨𝐥𝐨𝐧𝐧𝐚𝐫𝐮𝐰𝐚 𝐑𝐨𝐜𝐤 𝐓𝐞𝐦𝐩𝐥𝐞

    The Gal Vihara, and originally as the Uttararama, is a rock temple of the Buddha situated in the ancient city of Polonnaruwa in North Central Province, Sri Lanka. It was fashioned in the 12th century by Parakramabahu I.
    This magnificent group of gigantic figures carved from the gray rock which forms their backround was built by king Parakramabahu (1153-1186) which was part of the Uthararama Complex.

    ᴄʀᴇᴅɪᴛ ᴛᴏ ᴛʜᴇ ʀᴇᴤᴘᴇᴄᴛɪᴠᴇ ᴏᴡɴᴇʀ

    #vacation #travelvacation #vacationtravel #vacationtrip #girlsvacation #thingstodoinsrilanka #travelvacation #vacationtravel #temple #buddhatemple #srilankahistory #ancientsrilanka #ancientplaces #birdeyeview #historicalsite
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  • Staking and stocks are two different investment methods with their own pros and cons.
    Staking is a process of holding and locking up cryptocurrency to support the network and receive rewards for doing so. It is a relatively new investment method, but it has the potential to bring in more profits for investors than the traditional method of buying stocks. However, staking also comes with risks, such as the volatility of the cryptocurrency market and the possibility of losing a portion of the investment if the network fails.
    Stocks, on the other hand, are a more traditional investment method that involves buying shares of ownership in a publicly traded company. They offer a more stable investment option, especially for long-term investments, as companies typically have a track record of growth and profitability. However, stocks also come with risks, such as market volatility, company-specific risks, and the possibility of losing money if a company goes bankrupt.
    Overall, the choice between staking and stocks depends on an individual's investment goals, risk tolerance, and knowledge of the respective markets. It is important to do thorough research and seek advice from a financial advisor before making any investment decisions.
    Staking is generally perceived as offering more financial freedom due to its potential for higher returns compared to traditional investment methods. Staking involves holding and locking up cryptocurrency to support the network and earn rewards, which can sometimes be in the form of additional cryptocurrency.
    This can provide investors with more flexibility in terms of how they manage their investments. In addition, staking can be done through various platforms and can often be initiated through a simple mobile app or website.
    However, it is important to note that staking also comes with its own risks, such as market volatility and the possibility of losing a portion of the investment if the network fails. Ultimately, the choice between staking and other investment methods depends on an individual's investment goals, risk tolerance, and knowledge of the respective markets.
    It is important to do thorough research and seek advice from a financial advisor before making any investment decisions.

    Staking and stocks are two different investment methods with their own pros and cons.
    Staking is a process of holding and locking up cryptocurrency to support the network and receive rewards for doing so. It is a relatively new investment method, but it has the potential to bring in more profits for investors than the traditional method of buying stocks. However, staking also comes with risks, such as the volatility of the cryptocurrency market and the possibility of losing a portion of the investment if the network fails.
    Stocks, on the other hand, are a more traditional investment method that involves buying shares of ownership in a publicly traded company. They offer a more stable investment option, especially for long-term investments, as companies typically have a track record of growth and profitability. However, stocks also come with risks, such as market volatility, company-specific risks, and the possibility of losing money if a company goes bankrupt.
    Overall, the choice between staking and stocks depends on an individual's investment goals, risk tolerance, and knowledge of the respective markets. It is important to do thorough research and seek advice from a financial advisor before making any investment decisions.
    Staking is generally perceived as offering more financial freedom due to its potential for higher returns compared to traditional investment methods. Staking involves holding and locking up cryptocurrency to support the network and earn rewards, which can sometimes be in the form of additional cryptocurrency.
    This can provide investors with more flexibility in terms of how they manage their investments. In addition, staking can be done through various platforms and can often be initiated through a simple mobile app or website.
    However, it is important to note that staking also comes with its own risks, such as market volatility and the possibility of losing a portion of the investment if the network fails. Ultimately, the choice between staking and other investment methods depends on an individual's investment goals, risk tolerance, and knowledge of the respective markets.
    It is important to do thorough research and seek advice from a financial advisor before making any investment decisions.
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  • 𝙰𝚖𝚊𝚣𝚒𝚗𝚐 𝚂𝚛𝚒 𝙻𝚊𝚗𝚔𝚊

    𝐔𝐧𝐚𝐰𝐚𝐭𝐮𝐧𝐚

    Unawatuna, a coastal town situated in the Southern part of Sri Lanka in Galle district is well known for its beautiful beaches and corals.
    The mythical and legendary backdrop of Unawatuna can be dug out from the epic discourse "Ramayana" by Valmiki. Hanuman, who was a warrier-monkey with super powers had been advised to bring five rare medicinal plants from Himalaya ( India) in order to cure Lakshman, who visited Srilanka to save an abducted princess called Sita.
    Even though Hanuman went back to India to find the medicinal plants he was unable to identify them and brought back a large part of the mountain Himalaya and dropped it in Sri Lanka, in the place where we identify as Unawatuna today. An alternative mythical story suggests that a prince who was shipwrecked reached the shore of Unawatuna with the help of the goddess Manimekalai.
    Though he was challenged by the fire which goddess Pattini set on the ground, he managed to create a Tsunami and reached Unawatuna. He has lived there for a long period of time.

    The colonial period of the country marks several milestones with regard to Unawatuna. The houses and other apartments built by the Dutch in this area include the Nooit Gadacht Hotel, Unawatuna Hospital and Maharambe.
    The Galle lighthouse or Edward's Pillar is known to be a fake lighthouse built during the first world war at Rumassala hill which is located in this area.

    Unawatuna being rich in its biodiversity, is popular for its mangrove growth, the vast variety of birds (such as egrets, sandpipers, herons, terns and kingfishes) and also for the coral reef which attracts divers. Even though the Unawatuna beach was attacked by Tsunami in 2004, it is still listed down as one of the best 100 beaches on earth.

    So, if you are planning on your journey to Sri Lanka, never think twice to write down Unawatuna beach-town as a must-visit!

    • ғᴏʟʟᴏᴡ ᴜs , ʟɪᴋᴇ ᴜs 🏻 ᴀɴᴅ ɢᴇᴛ ʀᴇᴀᴅʏ ғᴏʀ ᴀɴ ᴀᴍᴀᴢɪɴɢ ᴊᴏᴜʀɴᴇʏ!

    #travelsrilanka #travelphotography #travelling #SriLanka #tourism #tourismsrilanka #staysrilanka
    𝙰𝚖𝚊𝚣𝚒𝚗𝚐 𝚂𝚛𝚒 𝙻𝚊𝚗𝚔𝚊

    𝐔𝐧𝐚𝐰𝐚𝐭𝐮𝐧𝐚

    Unawatuna, a coastal town situated in the Southern part of Sri Lanka in Galle district is well known for its beautiful beaches and corals.
    The mythical and legendary backdrop of Unawatuna can be dug out from the epic discourse "Ramayana" by Valmiki. Hanuman, who was a warrier-monkey with super powers had been advised to bring five rare medicinal plants from Himalaya ( India) in order to cure Lakshman, who visited Srilanka to save an abducted princess called Sita.
    Even though Hanuman went back to India to find the medicinal plants he was unable to identify them and brought back a large part of the mountain Himalaya and dropped it in Sri Lanka, in the place where we identify as Unawatuna today. An alternative mythical story suggests that a prince who was shipwrecked reached the shore of Unawatuna with the help of the goddess Manimekalai.
    Though he was challenged by the fire which goddess Pattini set on the ground, he managed to create a Tsunami and reached Unawatuna. He has lived there for a long period of time.

    The colonial period of the country marks several milestones with regard to Unawatuna. The houses and other apartments built by the Dutch in this area include the Nooit Gadacht Hotel, Unawatuna Hospital and Maharambe.
    The Galle lighthouse or Edward's Pillar is known to be a fake lighthouse built during the first world war at Rumassala hill which is located in this area.

    Unawatuna being rich in its biodiversity, is popular for its mangrove growth, the vast variety of birds (such as egrets, sandpipers, herons, terns and kingfishes) and also for the coral reef which attracts divers. Even though the Unawatuna beach was attacked by Tsunami in 2004, it is still listed down as one of the best 100 beaches on earth.

    So, if you are planning on your journey to Sri Lanka, never think twice to write down Unawatuna beach-town as a must-visit!

    • ғᴏʟʟᴏᴡ ᴜs , ʟɪᴋᴇ ᴜs 🏻 ᴀɴᴅ ɢᴇᴛ ʀᴇᴀᴅʏ ғᴏʀ ᴀɴ ᴀᴍᴀᴢɪɴɢ ᴊᴏᴜʀɴᴇʏ!

    #travelsrilanka #travelphotography #travelling #SriLanka #tourism #tourismsrilanka #staysrilanka
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  • 𝙰𝚖𝚊𝚣𝚒𝚗𝚐 𝚂𝚛𝚒 𝙻𝚊𝚗𝚔𝚊

    𝐔𝐧𝐚𝐰𝐚𝐭𝐮𝐧𝐚

    Unawatuna, a coastal town situated in the Southern part of Sri Lanka in Galle district is well known for its beautiful beaches and corals.
    The mythical and legendary backdrop of Unawatuna can be dug out from the epic discourse "Ramayana" by Valmiki. Hanuman, who was a warrier-monkey with super powers had been advised to bring five rare medicinal plants from Himalaya ( India) in order to cure Lakshman, who visited Srilanka to save an abducted princess called Sita.
    Even though Hanuman went back to India to find the medicinal plants he was unable to identify them and brought back a large part of the mountain Himalaya and dropped it in Sri Lanka, in the place where we identify as Unawatuna today. An alternative mythical story suggests that a prince who was shipwrecked reached the shore of Unawatuna with the help of the goddess Manimekalai.
    Though he was challenged by the fire which goddess Pattini set on the ground, he managed to create a Tsunami and reached Unawatuna. He has lived there for a long period of time.

    The colonial period of the country marks several milestones with regard to Unawatuna. The houses and other apartments built by the Dutch in this area include the Nooit Gadacht Hotel, Unawatuna Hospital and Maharambe.
    The Galle lighthouse or Edward's Pillar is known to be a fake lighthouse built during the first world war at Rumassala hill which is located in this area.

    Unawatuna being rich in its biodiversity, is popular for its mangrove growth, the vast variety of birds (such as egrets, sandpipers, herons, terns and kingfishes) and also for the coral reef which attracts divers. Even though the Unawatuna beach was attacked by Tsunami in 2004, it is still listed down as one of the best 100 beaches on earth.

    So, if you are planning on your journey to Sri Lanka, never think twice to write down Unawatuna beach-town as a must-visit!

    • ғᴏʟʟᴏᴡ ᴜs , ʟɪᴋᴇ ᴜs 🏻 ᴀɴᴅ ɢᴇᴛ ʀᴇᴀᴅʏ ғᴏʀ ᴀɴ ᴀᴍᴀᴢɪɴɢ ᴊᴏᴜʀɴᴇʏ!

    #travelsrilanka #travelphotography #travelling #SriLanka #tourism #tourismsrilanka #staysrilanka
    𝙰𝚖𝚊𝚣𝚒𝚗𝚐 𝚂𝚛𝚒 𝙻𝚊𝚗𝚔𝚊

    𝐔𝐧𝐚𝐰𝐚𝐭𝐮𝐧𝐚

    Unawatuna, a coastal town situated in the Southern part of Sri Lanka in Galle district is well known for its beautiful beaches and corals.
    The mythical and legendary backdrop of Unawatuna can be dug out from the epic discourse "Ramayana" by Valmiki. Hanuman, who was a warrier-monkey with super powers had been advised to bring five rare medicinal plants from Himalaya ( India) in order to cure Lakshman, who visited Srilanka to save an abducted princess called Sita.
    Even though Hanuman went back to India to find the medicinal plants he was unable to identify them and brought back a large part of the mountain Himalaya and dropped it in Sri Lanka, in the place where we identify as Unawatuna today. An alternative mythical story suggests that a prince who was shipwrecked reached the shore of Unawatuna with the help of the goddess Manimekalai.
    Though he was challenged by the fire which goddess Pattini set on the ground, he managed to create a Tsunami and reached Unawatuna. He has lived there for a long period of time.

    The colonial period of the country marks several milestones with regard to Unawatuna. The houses and other apartments built by the Dutch in this area include the Nooit Gadacht Hotel, Unawatuna Hospital and Maharambe.
    The Galle lighthouse or Edward's Pillar is known to be a fake lighthouse built during the first world war at Rumassala hill which is located in this area.

    Unawatuna being rich in its biodiversity, is popular for its mangrove growth, the vast variety of birds (such as egrets, sandpipers, herons, terns and kingfishes) and also for the coral reef which attracts divers. Even though the Unawatuna beach was attacked by Tsunami in 2004, it is still listed down as one of the best 100 beaches on earth.

    So, if you are planning on your journey to Sri Lanka, never think twice to write down Unawatuna beach-town as a must-visit!

    • ғᴏʟʟᴏᴡ ᴜs , ʟɪᴋᴇ ᴜs 🏻 ᴀɴᴅ ɢᴇᴛ ʀᴇᴀᴅʏ ғᴏʀ ᴀɴ ᴀᴍᴀᴢɪɴɢ ᴊᴏᴜʀɴᴇʏ!

    #travelsrilanka #travelphotography #travelling #SriLanka #tourism #tourismsrilanka #staysrilanka
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  • 𝐘𝐚𝐡𝐚𝐩𝐡𝐮𝐰𝐚 𝐂𝐢𝐭𝐚𝐝𝐞𝐥, 𝐖𝐚𝐲𝐚𝐦𝐛𝐚 𝐩𝐫𝐨𝐯𝐢𝐧𝐜𝐞

    Yapahuwa is located a little way off the Kurunegala-Anuradhapura road, in the Wayamba province of Sri Lanka. Of all the ancient ruins in the country the Rock Fortress Complex of Yapahuwa is considered to be quite remarkable despite the fact that it isn't famous among most visitors. However, it is renowned as one of the best archeological site in the country.

    ᴄʀᴇᴅɪᴛ ᴛᴏ ᴛʜᴇ ʀᴇᴤᴘᴇᴄᴛɪᴠᴇ ᴏᴡɴᴇʀ

    #hikinglife #hikinggirl #kurunegala #landscapephotography #travelvacation #thingstodoinsrilanka #Anuradhapura #srilankahistory #birdeye #birdeyeview
    𝐘𝐚𝐡𝐚𝐩𝐡𝐮𝐰𝐚 𝐂𝐢𝐭𝐚𝐝𝐞𝐥, 𝐖𝐚𝐲𝐚𝐦𝐛𝐚 𝐩𝐫𝐨𝐯𝐢𝐧𝐜𝐞

    Yapahuwa is located a little way off the Kurunegala-Anuradhapura road, in the Wayamba province of Sri Lanka. Of all the ancient ruins in the country the Rock Fortress Complex of Yapahuwa is considered to be quite remarkable despite the fact that it isn't famous among most visitors. However, it is renowned as one of the best archeological site in the country.

    ᴄʀᴇᴅɪᴛ ᴛᴏ ᴛʜᴇ ʀᴇᴤᴘᴇᴄᴛɪᴠᴇ ᴏᴡɴᴇʀ

    #hikinglife #hikinggirl #kurunegala #landscapephotography #travelvacation #thingstodoinsrilanka #Anuradhapura #srilankahistory #birdeye #birdeyeview
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