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Buda

Between the years 900 and 200 BC, exceptional beings were born in different parts of the world, who eventually became essential for the religious and philosophical thought of the world.

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The Route to Man’s Origins

Our imagination goes wild at the thought of this place on earth where Africa and Europe face each other; from the Rock of Gibraltar, nestled in the Iberian Peninsula, the African coasts of Ceuta (Spanish colony in Moroccan territory) sit clearly in the horizon.

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Pillars of Hercules

The existence of the Pillars of Hercules has been narrated since archaic times. They are present in Phoenician tradition, who associated the rocks, at each end of the Gibraltar Strait.

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Creole Universe

The coming together of worlds, which took place in the Americas 524 years ago, generated an endless series of consequences; among them we can celebrate the forthcoming of different languages and cultures that resulted from the intermixture of diverse nations that converged in the universe called “the Great Caribbean”

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Derek Walcott

Art always imitates a fraction of reality, history, culture and the psyche of the artist. This is true in Derek Walcott’s work, native of Saint Lucia, who illustrates Caribbean daily life through the metaphors of his poems and the action in his plays.

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Nizamí Ganyaví

Poets are the reflection of the soul of a people and the Persians are a clear example of that. Some of the greatest poets in history belong to this culture, among which undoubtedly Nezami Ganyavi shines through; his works are regarded as the apex of the romantic epic in azerbaijani literature.

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Homer, the best known greek

Without a doubt I can assure you that all of us have read the Iliad and the Odyssey, or at least we have heard of them. And in extreme cases there will be at least someone that has seen the movie Troy with Brad Pitt. Whichever the case, the name of Homer is not unknown to us.

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