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HEART AND SOUL – COLOSSEUM SHOW PATTAYA


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This concept is to show the body of a woman who feels nostalgia for soldiers in the Qin Mausoleum. She came to release the emotional loneliness of the army that takes away their desire. The contemporary dance will show strong and delicate military posture, typically represented by the heroine in traditional Chinese opera

HEART AND SOUL - COLOSSEUM SHOW PATTAYA

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ถนน Corso Vittorio Emmanuel II
อนุสาวรีย์ Victor Emmanuel II Monument
Piazza Venezia
ถนน Via del Teatro di Marcello
Basilica di Santa Maria in Ara coeli
Piazza de Campidoglio
โรงละคร Theatre of Marcellus
เกาะ Tiber Island : Isola Tiberina
จัตุรัส Piazza Bocca della Verita
โบสถ์ Santa Maria in Cosmedi
สนามกีฬา Circus Maximus
ถนน Via di San Gregorio (ตรงไป Colosseum)
Roman Forum
The Arch of Constantine
The Arch of Titus
Temple of Venus and Rome
Colosseum
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Landmarks That COULD Be The 8th World Wonder!


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9. Teotihuacan (tay o tee wuh cahn)
In the first half of the 1st millennium CE, Teotihuacan was the largest city in the Americas. Over 125,00 people lived here. That’s a tiny number by today’s standards, but in PreColumbian America, that was a massive population. Teotihuacan is an ancient Mesoamerican (mehso america) city in the Valley of Mexico. It’s just 25 miles or 40 kilometers north of Mexico City. We know a lot of Teotihuacan because its influence throughout Mesoamerica was very welldocumented.

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8. Red Square
Chances are, if you’re visiting Moscow, you’re going to try and snap a photo in the Red Square. This famous city square is in Russia’s capital city, separating the Kremlin from Kitaigorod, a historic merchant quarter. Not only will you find these two big landmarks, but you’ll also come across the iconic domes of St. Basil’s Cathedral. The Red Square is named such because of the red bricks that make up a lot of the buildings. All of Moscow’s major streets (which connect to Russia’s major highways) originate at The Red Square.

7. Kiyomizu Dera
The Buddhist temple of Kiyomizu Dera was founded in 778, but the recognizable architecture wasn’t constructed until 1633. Want to know something cool? No nails were used to build Kiyomizu Dera. Its wide veranda overlooks eastern Kyoto. A salient drawing point of Kiyomizu is the main hall which is located in the Otowa waterfall. Tourists love to visit the waterfalls and drink from the pond it cascades into. Many believe you obtain wishgranting powers if you drink the water. Japan’s version of the English expression “to take a plunge” is “to jump off the stage of Kiyomizu.”

6. Colosseum
One of its names is the “Flavian Amphitheatre” but let’s be honest! No one calls it that. We all refer to this ancient Roman landmark as The Colosseum. In its heyday, the Colosseum held up to 65,000 people as they watched mock sea battles, reenactments of famous battles, and gladiator contests. By the medieval era, Rome stopped using the Colosseum for entertainment and changed its purpose to serve as a venue for workshops, housing, and various other things. You’ll notice that it resembles a chipped bowl. The Colosseum sustained damage from years of earthquakes and stonerobbers.

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5. Statue Of Liberty
Is it an American feat if the French were the ones that built the Statue of Liberty? France gifted the United States Lady Liberty in 1886. Since then, the monument has been restored 3 times throughout the 20th and 21st century. The Statue of Liberty represented America’s in dependence. She bears a torch high in the air with her right hand, while the lefthand holds a tablet with the date July 4, 1776, inscribed in Roman numerals. At her feet is a broken chain, symbolizing America’s freedom from Britain’s rule. For immigrants traveling across the Atlantic Ocean, the Statue of Liberty was the first thing they saw when arriving in New York’s Ellis Island.

4. Sydney Opera House
Moving onto a different landmark along the water: the Sydney Opera House. As its name reveals, the multivenue performing arts center is in Sydney, Australia. It’s is one of the newest landmarks on this list since it opened in 1973. Danish architect Jorn UUUtzon designed the opera house. Now, the venue hosts over 1,500 performances per year. Eight million people visit Sydney Opera House every year. Its total seating capacity is 5,738 from a combination of its different theatres.

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3. Taj Mahal
“The Crown of the Palaces” more commonly referred to as the Taj Mahal. Its walls are ivorywhite marble. It may look like a castle, but it’s really a complex with a mausoleum (mahsolium) at its center. The mausoleum was for Mumtaz Mahal, the favorite wife of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. Shah Jahan reigned over India from 1628 to 1658 and had the Taj Mahal built in 1623. UNESCO explains the reasoning behind the Taj Mahal’s designation as a World Heritage Site is because it is “the jewel of Muslim India and one the universally admired masterpieces of the world’s heritage.”

2. Machu Picchu
The climb to Machu Picchu is a mighty one, but it’s a road that many are willing to travel on to see this spectacle. The Incan citadel is from the 15th century and is located on a mountain ridge 7,970 feet or 2,430 meters in the Cusco Region of Peru. Machu Picchu was designed in the classical Inca style, which includes polished stone walls. In a worldwide internet poll from 2007, people voted Machu Picchu as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, so let’s make it the official 8th wonder already!

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Landmarks That COULD Be The 8th World Wonder!

TIFFANY’S Pattaya Miss International Queen 2013 Pt.04 \”THE GLORY FLOWER\”


Miss International Queen 2013 Contest on 1st November 2013 at the famous TIFFANY’S Cabaret Show in Pattaya/Thailand.The new song \”The Glory Flower\” is based around a chinese princess who after a tempestuous marriage, kills her husband and master the emperor.The large chinese doors open to reveal a beautiful valley of pagodas presided over by Quinine.This is TIFFANYS interpretation of the famous chinese opera singer \”LI YUGANG\”.

TIFFANY'S Pattaya Miss International Queen 2013 Pt.04 \

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