In measuring and understanding density, an
experiment was performed to find density of
regularly and irregularly shaped solid objects, and
liquids. The purpose of the experiment was to
provide a better understanding of density and to be
able to c
N. W. - Pakistan
W. - Arabian Sea
N. - China and Nepal
N. E. - Bhutan E. - Bay of Bengal S.
S.W. - Maldives
S. - Indian Ocean
S.E. - Sri Lanka
TOTAL AREA: 3.287 million km
CAPITAL: New Delhi
Variety of range:
1. Tropical in the sou
History of Architecture 1
- an Ancient Greece domestic type of
architecture with a porch, a vestibule and a
large hall, as contributed by the Aegean
- the most important structure in Greece in
POST AND LINTEL
- the method o
Prehistoric to Egyptian Architecture
ALE REVIEW 2014
History of Architecture
It is a record of man's effort to build beautifully. It traces
the origin, growth and decline of architectural styles which
have prevailed lands and ages.
BIRDS NEST STADIUM
Bird's Nest Stadium (Olympics Area) is the nickname of the
National Stadium, which hosted the opening and closing
ceremonies, the track and field events and important
soccer games at the 2008 Olympics. One of the world's
most famous ne
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Egyptian Architecture (3200 BC to the 1st Century)
I. Geographical and Topographical Influences:
Called the Land of the Pharaohs
Egypt is located in the Middle East, crossroad between Africa and Asia Minor.
Bounded by: N
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Located at south eastern Europe
Greece is a land surrounded by three major seas: the Ionian Sea in the west, Aegean in
the west and Mediterranean in the southern part.
The region is mountainous, bu
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Near East Architecture
Mesopotamia (Gk. mesos = middle
+ potamos = river)
earliest civilization flourished in the
fertile plains of the twin rivers,
Tigris and Euphrates
Garden of Eden and the four rivers
In Egyptian architecture, the tomb of the pharaohs is the.
The great pyramid at Gizeh was built during the 4th dynasty by.
The beginner of
From the given figure,
identify the architectural style used?
A. Art deco (Your Answer)
C. International style
D. Art nouveau
Q.2) Building in acropolis generally considered as being the most nearly perfect
The moment a child is born, he or she begins to absorb the culture of his parents; mother,
father and people around him in his family. These first experiences are so ingrained and people
around him become second nature for him. (Sung, 1995) W
BACOOD PUBLIC LIBRARY
The BACOOD PUBLIC LIBRARY was created by virtue of City Ordinance No. 3473 wand
itemized under Resolution No. 527 s. 1951 by the City Municipal Board. Organized in
November 8, 1951, the Buklod ng Pagkakaisa movement of
Experiment No. 1
DENSITY OF SOLIDS AND LIQUIDS
Objectives: to establish the density of solids and liquids
Prayer rooms are available at the Centre Core on Concourse Level and Level 3 East and West
Wing. Prayer mats, slippers and ablution wash area are provided in the prayer rooms.
For private functions, a larger prayer room can be arranged at var
similarity of flora and fauna with other Asian countries
similarity of structures with other Asian countries
existence of shallow water between Philippines and
presence of a deep at the eastern margin of
Chavez, Angelisa G.
Francisco, Ma. Melody B.
Geron, Janna Dara V.
Jimenez, Deosa Patricia M.
Nunez, Angela Faye
Reyes, Paul Jericho
Tapang, Jhessa Mae V.
Pila is a third class municipality in the province of Laguna, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 46,534
people. Pila has a total land area of 31.2 km.
The town of Pila is site for some well-preserved houses dating back to th
EARLY FILIPINO ARCHITECTS
sa listahan eee,XD
PERO TINGNAN MO
DUN SA CATION NA
NAKITA KOOO SA
should not only look
good but must also
be made well."
3,7000,000 sq. mi.
NORTH RUSSIA, MONGOLIA
EAST KOREA, TAIWAN
WEST- TAJIKISTAN, KAZAKHSTAN
HUANG HO &
Ruins across southern and central
china towards the ocean.
Between the civilization of north