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Thursday, June 27, 2013

10 Most Expensive Paintings


 
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This is the list of “Most Expensive Painting” ever sold. And the below mention list shows some private or auction sales record. The Current record price ever sold painting is “The Card Players” by Paul Cezanne, which was sold for more than $250 Million in 2011.

In another part of this the most famous paintings, this painting is now owned by museum for screening purpose and it is quite priceless painting. Guinness Book of World Records listed “Mona Lisa” as having it uppermost costly insurance worth.  It was estimated this painting were sold $100 Million in 1962 and the value of this painting today is around US$759 Million. As this expects the painting Mona Lisa by Italian artist Leonardo da Vinci is currently the most worth full work of art.





10: The Scream ($121.4 Million)

The Scream
  
Artist:     Edvard Munch     Created:     1893
Location:     National Gallery, Oslo, Norway





9: Garcon a la pipe ($128.2 Million)

Garcon a la pipe


Artist:     Pablo Picasso     Created:     1905
Location:     Private Collection





8: Bal du Moulin de la Galette ($140.7 Million)

Bal du Moulin de la Galette
  
Artist:     Pierre-Auguste Renoir     Created:     1876
Location:     Musee d’Orsay, Paris





7: Portrait of Dr. Gachet ($148.6 Million)

Portrait of Dr. Gachet


Artist:     Vincent van Gogh     Created:     1890
Location:     Private Collection





6: Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I ($154.9 Million)

Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I


Artist:     Gustav Klimt     Created:     1907
Location:     Neue Galerie, New York





5: Le Reve ($155.0 Million)

Le Reve

Artist:     Pablo Picasso     Created:     1932
Location:     Private collection of Steven A. Chohen





4: Woman III ($158.8 Million)

Woman III

Artist:     William de Kooning     Created:     1953
Location:     Private Collection of Steven Chohen





3: No. 5, 1948 ($161.7 Million)

No. 5, 1948

Artist:     Jackson Pollock     Created:     1950
Location:     Private Collection, New York





2: The Card Players ($268.1 Million)

The Card Players
 
Artist:     Paul Cezanne     Created:     1890s
Location:     Musee d’Orsay, Paris





1: Mona Lisa ($759 Million)

Mona Lisa

Artist:     Leonardo da Vinci     Created:     1503-1517
                                              Location:     The Louvre

10 Transcontinental Countries


10: Chile

Chile

Continents: South America and Antarctica

Chile also known as the republic of Chile. It is the South American Country but it also claims to have 1,250,000 Square Kilometer of land in Antarctica. The name of Chile comes from the Native American, which means “Ends of the Earth”. Chile is very rich in minerals, forests and landscapes. It is one of the most stable countries in South America.



9: Indonesia

Indonesia

Continents: Asia and Australia

Indonesia is officially called the Republic of Indonesia, located in South Asia and Oceania. The name of Indonesia drives from the Greek word Nesos, which means “Island”. The country has 17,508 islands. Indonesia is the sixteen largest economies in the world. It is the founding member of ASEAN and also the member of G-20.



8: Greece

Greece

Continents: Europe and Asia

Greece is officially called the Hellenic Republic or Hellas, located at the crossroads of Europe, Asia, Middle East and Africa. It is a developed country with a very high standard of living. Greek is a founding member of United Nation. The name of Greece came from Latin word Graecia, which means "The Land of the Greeks".



7: Panama

Panama

Continents: North America and South America

Panama is officially called the Republic of Panama. It is the bridge between North America and South America. Panama is divided into nine provinces. It is one of the fastest growing economy in the world and the third largest economy in the Central America. Panama ranks 4th among Latin American countries in term of Human Development and 54th in the world.



6: Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan

Continents: Asia and Europe

Azerbaijan is officially called the Republic of Azerbaijan. It is one of the six independent Turkic states. Azerbaijan is the land of beautiful landscapes. This country has diplomatic relations with 158 countries and hold membership in 38 International Organizations. Azerbaijan is divided into 10 economic regions, 66 districts and 77 cities, of which 11 are under the direct control of the republic.



5: Georgia

Georgia

Continents: Asia and Europe

Georgia considers a sovereign territory under the Russian military occupation. The name of the Georgia is refers to St. George, Georgia’s patron saint. The Georgian railway is an important link between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, as well as the shortest route between Europe and Central Asia. Georgia's economy is based on Services, Agriculture, Transport and Truism.



4: Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan

Continents: Asia and Europe

Kazakhstan is officially called the Republic of Kazakhstan. It is a country in Central Asia, and the smaller part is in Europe. Kazakhstan is landlocked country and Share 5 borders with China, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. The territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan makes it the ninth largest country in the world.



3: Russia

Russia

Continents: Asia and Europe

Russia is officially known as the Russian Federation. The name Russia is come from Rus. It is a Federal Semi Presidential Republic. Russia is the largest country in the world, covering more than One Eight of the Earth’s land area, and shares land borders with 14 countries.



2: Turkey

Turkey

Continents: Asia and Europe

Turkey is officially called the Republic of Turkey. It is a democratic and secular country with diversified culture and traditions. Turkey is located at the junction of Europe and Asia and is bordered by eight countries. The larger area of Turkey is located in Western Asia, and Eastern Thrace located in South Eastern Europe.



1: Egypt

Egypt

Continents: Africa and Asia

Egypt is officially called the Arab Republic of Egypt. This is one of the most ancient places on earth. Most of its territory lies in the North Africa, and from the north east it lies in the Middle East. Egypt's economy depends on tourism, agriculture, industry and services.

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

10 Emirates Of UAE


1: Dubai

Dubai

Dubai is the most modern city in the world. It is the largest city of United Arab Emirate. Emirate situated on the southeast coast of the Arabian Gulf and is one of the seven emirates that make up the country. Dubai has become an international metropolis that has developed steadily to become a global city and a business and cultural center in the Middle East and the Gulf region. Dubai is the 22nd most expensive city in the world and the most expensive city in the Middle East.




2: Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi is the capital of the United Arab Emirates. It is the second largest city of the United Arab Emirates. Abu Dhabi generated more than 50% of GDP in the United Arab Emirates. The rapid growth and urbanization with the relatively high average income of the population has transformed Abu Dhabi to a greater and advanced metropolitan city. Abu Dhabi is the home of important financial institutions such as the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange the Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates and the corporate headquarters of many companies and many multinational corporations.




3: Sharjah

Sharjah

Sharjah is the third largest city of the United Arab Emirates. It covers 2,590 Square Kilometer and is the only city with a land border with the states of the Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman. Sharjah is also known as the sister city of Dubai and Ajman as on its borders. It is the only emirate where alcohol is banned and unmarried men and women relationship is illegal.




4: Al Ain

Al Ain

Al Ain is the fourth largest city of the United Arab Emirates. It is also known as the Garden City of the Gulf because of the greenery. Al Ain covers nearly 13100 Square Kilometer and lies with Oman in the east, Dubai and Sharjah to the north, Abu Dhabi to the west and the Empty Quarter desert and Saudi Arabia to the south. Like the rest of the UAE, Al Ain has strict laws of consumption and distribution of alcohol. Except in few places, alcohol is almost forbidden in Al Ain.




5: Fujairah

Fujairah

Fujairah is one of the United Arab Emirates. This is the only land where the UAE coast of the Gulf of Oman. The oldest mosque of United Arab Emirates is in Fujairah, which was built in 1446 from mud and brick. Fujairah is the only emirate in the UAE, which is almost entirely mountainous. It is the fifth largest city in the United Arab Emirates.




6: Kalba

Kalba

Kalba is one of the city of United Arab Emirates. It is located in the south of the Emirate of Fujairah and lay on the north of Oman. Khor Kalba is reachable by three roads. The first post merge Wadi al-Haloo tunnel with Maliha Road which eventually leads to the Sharjah Kalba Road 90 km from the International Airport of Sharjah. The Khor Kalba road extends until the border with Oman, and is one of the exit entry points between the UAE and Oman.




7: Ajman

Ajman

Ajman is the smallest Emirates of United Arab Emirates. From north, south and east Ajman is bounded from Sharjah. Ajman also controls Masfut, a small inland exclave, which is mostly agricultural. Ajman is the only emirate in the United Arab Emirates, which accept investors from any country and give a fully transparent true 100% freehold ownership on real estate.




8: Umm al Qaiwain

Umm al Qaiwain

Umm Al Quwain is one of the emirates of the United Arab Emirates is located in the north of the United Arab Emirates. The largest water park of U.A.E “Dreamland Aqua Park” is located in Umm Al Quwain. Umm al Qiwain may also mean, as well as Umm al-Qawain, Umm al-Quwain, Umm al-Qiwain, Umm al-Qiwain and Umm al-Qaiwain.




9: Ruwais

Ruwais

Ruwais is a small town of United Arab Emirates located in the west of Abu Dhabi. In 1970s, the plan begins to transform Ruwais remote desert site in the industrial city to meet the requirements of Abu Dhabi's booming oil and gas industry. Ruwais today is one of the most modern industrial complexes in the Middle East. Ruwais Housing Complex has its own shopping centers, schools, mosques, medical services, sports and recreation centers, banking and postal services, and even a cable TV and video station covers an area of six square kilometers.




10: Kawr Fakkan

Kawr Fakkan

Kawr Fakkan is a town of United Arab Emirates. Kawr Fakkan is also known as Khor Fakkan which means “Creek of Two Jaws”. It is situated on the east coast of United Arab Emirates along the Gulf of Oman. Kawr Fakkan is naturally a deep sea port, which is now a major container terminal. This is the popular tourist destination, bounded with huge mountain and beautiful beaches.

Monday, June 24, 2013

Top 10 Universities of the world 2013


10: University of Chicago

University of Chicago

The University of Chicago was established in 1890, it is a private research university in Chicago United States. The University enrolls approximately 5000 students in the college and about 15000 students overall. The university of Chicago maintain their ranked on world top 10 best Institute.

Country: United States




9: University of California, Berkeley

University of California, Berkeley

University of California, Berkeley also referred to as UC Berkeley and it is public research university located in Berkeley California United States. It was established in 23 March, 1868. The university has around 35899 students. And its Endowment amount $3.03 billion. Berkeley faculty, alumni and researchers have won 71 Nobel prizes.

Country: United States





8: Imperial College London

Imperial College London

Imperial College of London officially called “The Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine”. It is also public research university located in London, United Kingdom. The University offering specialization in science, engineering, medicine and business. It was founded in 08 July 1907. They enrolled approximately 13410 students. It consists of many departments, Institute and research centers.

Country: United Kingdom




7: University of Cambridge

 University of Cambridge

University of Cambridge was established in c.1209 and located in Cambridge, United Kingdom. This Educational Institute is a public research university. And it is the second oldest university in the English speaking world. Its endowment amount around 4.3 billion pound including colleges and they enrolled currently 18448 numbers of students. Cambridge University has won 89 Nobel prizes winners are affiliates of the university.

Country: United Kingdom




6: Princeton University

Princeton University

Princeton University is a private Ivy League research university located in Princeton, New Jersey, United. Princeton University was established in 1746. Princeton has the largest endowment in the world. The university has won many awards in their educational and research purpose. And there is no religious requirement at all for their students.

Country: United States




5: Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is a private research university located in Massachusetts, United States. It was founded in 1865 and its endowment $10.15 billion estimated in 2012. MIT consist of 32 academic departments with emphasis on scientific, technological, engineering education and research. MIT enrolled 10894 students in 2012.

Country: United States




4: Harvard University

Harvard University

Harvard University is an American Ivy League Research University located in Massachusetts, United States. It was founded in 1636 and it is the oldest higher learning institute in United States. Harvard has the biggest endowment amount of $30.4 billion estimated in 2011.

Country: United States




3: University of Oxford

University of Oxford

University of Oxford commonly known as “Oxford University” it is collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. It was established since 1096 and it makes the oldest English speaking university in the world. They registered currently 21535 students.

Country: United Kingdom




2: Stanford University

Stanford University

The Leland Stanford University, known with the name as “Stanford University”. It is an American private research university located in Stanford, California. Campus area around 8180 acres expended. This University has also a very big amount of endowment is $17.04 billion. Stanford university has registered academic staff are 1995 and students are 15870.

Country: United States




1: California Institute of Technology

California Institute of TechnologyCalifornia Institute of Technology

The California Institute of Technology is a private research university located in Pasadena, California. It is commonly referred to as “Caltech” and it gives priority on science and engineering facility. California Institute of technology was established in 1891. It has approximately 2231 students. College has passed out many scientist and they won the Noble prize and had won 66 United States National Medal of Science and Technology. It is the Best University in the world.

Country: United States 

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