Bedouin camp

Bedouin camp

The seminomadic lifestyle of the Bedouin adapted to the climatic and environmental conditions of the desert.

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Beduinas, Gentys, Genties gyvenimo būdas, Nomadas, Gentis, Seminariškas, dykuma, Šiaurės Afrika, Vidurinieji Rytai, Arabijos pusiasalis, Gyvenimo būdas, migracija, Palapinė, Stovykla, Arabų, Oazė, musulmonas, Įranga, Naujųjų laikų, Naminis gyvūnėlis, gyvulininkystė, muzikinis instrumentas, Kultūra, apranga, Ginklas

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Oasis

Oases are areas in deserts where water is available.

Aeolian landforms in deserts

Wind, as an external force, plays an important role in shaping deserts.

African village (Sudan)

African villages adapt to the natural environment well and reflect of the culture of local tribes.

Arab warrior (6th century)

The most important weapons of medieval Arab warriors were the bow and the sword.

Dromedary

The dromedary is an indispensable animal for inhabitants of the deserts.

Egyptian Pyramids (Giza, 26th century BC)

The Giza Necropolis is the only one of the Ancient wonders still intact.

Fat-tailed scorpion

The fat-tailed scorpion is one of the world's most dangerous scorpions.

Gyvenamųjų namų tipai

Kiekvienai epochai ir kultūrai yra būdingi skirtingi gyvenamųjų namų tipai.

Native American settlement (Crow Nation)

The Crow are Native Americans who inhabited the Yellowstone River valley.

Polynesian family settlement (Samoa, 15th century)

The architecture of traditional Samoan family settlements reflect the unique culture of their inhabitants.

Sights of the world

A game about sights around the world.

Arab Caliph (7th century)

Caliphs, considered successors of the Prophet Muhammad, were the most important religious leaders of Islam.

Nizwa Fort (Oman, 17th century)

The round tower of the largest fort in the Arabian Peninsula had an ingenious defence system.

Clothing (Hungary, 10th century)

Dresses reflect the lifestyles and culture of the given era and region.

Clothing in ancient Egypt

Inhabitants of ancient Egypt wore characteristic clothes and jewellery.

Clothing of Barbarians (5th century)

Clothing reflects the lifestyle and culture of the given era and region.

Traditional Arab sailboat (Sambuk)

The largest type of Arab sailboat, most commonly used as trading vessels in the Persian Gulf.

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