Japan, in principle, can not be called the cleanest country in the world, but overall this country gives the impression of a country, whose citizens diligently, sometimes even jealously observe cleanliness. Maybe it’s in that area of Japan is small and quite populated, densely, which gives its residents the understanding that the neglect of their environment can affect their health. Perhaps this is why the Japanese every inch of its land are treated with love.
Quite a while a basic principle of Japanese life was mass production, and, respectively and an accompanying mass consumption. It is logical that all of this has led to the formation of quite a large amount of waste. This is because most products produced are disposable, or were carried out in disposable packaging.
But the Japanese soon realized that the resources of their territory is not limitless, therefore, further accumulation of solid waste would lead the country to ecological problems. And, quite logically, that the Japanese began to have thoughts and ideas about how you can use the accumulated for many years garbage. The Japanese have invented many ways of processing waste. allows you to use it as secondary raw materials for the production of many things, thereby allowing accumulated:
Ancient Samarkand was a major trading center of the silk Road. Merchants passed these places transporting silk from the East to the West. The Silk Road was located several hundred cities. But in the middle of the XIV Century Samarkand became the stand out among them with its magnificence and wealth. This town owes its prosperity to the great conqueror, the descendant of Genghis Khan – Amir Temur. His Empire stretched from North India and almost to the shores of the Pacific ocean and to Turkey. But during his campaigns was unichtojena more than 17 million people. Amir Temur was a despotic and cruel government Telem. But this cruel man was a patron of the arts, scholarship and craft.
The beauty of the palaces of Amir Temur’s times is not their size but their amazing finish. Simple materials the ancient builders were able to create architectural masterpieces. A characteristic feature of buildings in the Timurid era is the widespread use of izraztsov tiles that came, must be from the architecture of Iran. Buildings are literally covered by it. The tiles are very bright and saturated colors. The combination of blue, yellow and green colors creates ineffable beauty of the pattern. Tile and tile products from green glass became a symbol of the heyday of Eastern, Central Asian Continue reading