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This man was enjoying so

This man was enjoying so much his ride. When he stopped to take a look at the view, I couldn't resist and I took a photo of him. Now he became a model , but little does he know. Always with my beloved and artistic @iammrgrigorov. #photoshooting #summeringreece #potd #travelgram #friends #sunset #skyporn #igersgreece #igersbulgaria #ig_thessaloniki #ig_greece #ig_balkans#exquisite_greece #greecetravelgr1_ #ae_greece #the_daily_traveller #illovegreece #stunning_greece #travel_greece #discover_greece_ #loves_greece #super_greece #wu_greece #great_caprures_greece #tv_europe #travelworld_addiction #global_greece #gr_shooters

I am enthralled by sunset

I am enthralled by sunsets... The shifting colours as day slips into dusk. Those wondrous moments, however fleeting, when the sky is alive. Twisting and reeling through the spectrum before the flood of grey and black. The water dancing in the hues... ... #skystyles_gf #skyporn #pocket_canada #icu_sunset #gf_daily #canada_photolovers #sunsetporn #myskynow #igsunset #allwhatsbeautiful_sky #sunporn #sunsetsniper #ExploreNB #all_sunsets #tourcanada #insta_pick_skyart #iskygram #iskyhub #ic_sky #igs_can #sky_hub #explorecanada #NewBrunswick #gorgeous_sunsets #igcanada_ #world_bestsky #insta_sky_lovers #skymasters #NBSummer

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A relatively high percentage of Azerbaijanis have obtained some form of higher education, most notably in scientific and technical subjects. In the Soviet era, literacy and average education levels rose dramatically from their very low starting point, despite two changes in the standard alphabet, from Perso-Arabic script to Latin in the 1920s and from Roman to Cyrillic in the 1930s. According to Soviet data, 100 percent of males and females (ages nine to forty-nine) were literate in 1970. According to the United Nations Development Program Report 2009, the literacy rate in Azerbaijan is 99.5 percent. Since independence, one of the first laws that Azerbaijan's Parliament passed to disassociate itself from the Soviet Union was to adopt a modified-Latin alphabet to replace Cyrillic. Other than that the Azerbaijani system has undergone little structural change. Initial alterations have included the reestablishment of religious education (banned during the Soviet period) and curriculum changes that have reemphasized the use of the Azerbaijani language and have eliminated ideological content. In addition to elementary schools, the education institutions include thousands of preschools, general secondary schools, and vocational schools, including specialized secondary schools and technical schools. Education through the eighth grade is compulsory.

Azerbaijani art includes one of the oldest art objects in the world, which were discovered as Gamigaya Petroglyphs in the territory of Ordubad Rayon are dated back to the 1st to 4th centuries BC. About 1500 dislodged and carved rock paintings with images of deer, goats, bulls, dogs, snakes, birds, fantastic beings and also people, carriages and various symbols had been found out on basalt rocks. Norwegian ethnographer and adventurer Thor Heyerdahl was convinced that people from the area went to Scandinavia in about 100 AD and took their boat building skills with them, and transmuted them into the Viking boats in Northern Europe. Over the centuries, Azerbaijani art has gone through many stylistic changes. Azerbaijani painting is traditionally characterized by a warmth of colour and light, as exemplified in the works of Azim Azimzade and Bahruz Kangarli, and a preoccupation with religious figures and cultural motifs. Azerbaijani painting enjoyed preeminence in Caucasus for hundreds of years, from the Romanesque and Ottoman periods, and through the Soviet and Baroque periods, the latter two of which saw fruition in Azerbaijan. Other notable artists who fall within these periods include Sattar Bahlulzade, Togrul Narimanbekov, Tahir Salahov, Alakbar Rezaguliyev, Mirza Gadim Iravani, Mikayil Abdullayev and Boyukagha Mirzazade.

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