Peru – Video – Collections

Cuzco, Peru from Ke Nguyen on Vimeo. 8K: Machu Picchu, Peru Timelapse from Philip Bloom: Travel on Vimeo. Peru From Above from FLIGHTGEIST on Vimeo. a return to the andes from Katie Haberman on Vimeo. MYSTICAL MOUNTAIN MACHU PICCHU – PERU from Anton Geissmar on Vimeo. Weaving in Peru – NOWNESS from NOWNESS on Vimeo. Peru in Motion from Nick Whelan on Vimeo. SKIES of PERU from Philip Leclerc on Vimeo.

Armenia – Videos – collection

Sheep Shearing Festival from Andranik Keshishyan on Vimeo. Tatev Monastery, Armenia from vizerra team on Vimeo. The colours of Armenia from Andranik Keshishyan on Vimeo. “Machkal” Armenian Folk Music at Zvartnots, Armenia from Jon L. Henry on Vimeo. 8 minutes of Armenia from Arthur Sukiasyan on Vimeo. Yerevan time-lapse from Captain Spilet on Vimeo. Armenia from Danny Salkhov on Vimeo.

The Holstee Manifesto: Lifecycle video …. what is important in your life ….

    Information about Holstee: About us       The Holstee Manifesto is a call to action to live a life full of intention, creativity, passion, and community. The LifeCycle Film came about as a desire to bring the energy and passion behind the Manifesto to life through something we love–biking. As we seek to live mindful lifestyles that leave a positive impact on the people and world around us, biking has become a passion that is much more than a transportation alternative. It is a way of fully experiencing the city we love and all of its details. This Film is a celebration. It is a celebration of […]

Zakir – Documentary Film

    Zakir | Hacıbektaş | Erdem Yıldırım | Sıdkı Baba – Çatılmadan Yerin Göğün Binası from Zakir Documentary Film on Vimeo.   Zakir Teaser from Zakir Documentary Film on Vimeo.   Zakir Teaser | Nurhak | Kör Ali ile Gıdık Mustafa from Zakir Documentary Film on Vimeo. (use translator) Please visit these links for more! 12 şehirde çekilen Zakir belgelseli, birbirinden farklı yörelerde bu hizmeti yerine getiren zakirlerin kendi hikayelerini anlatan belgesel film. Long Description Zakir Belgesel Film Anadolu’da yüzyıllardır Alevi-Bektaşi-Kızılbaş inancına mensupların başlıca ibadeti olan cemlerde On İki Hizmet olarak bilinen hizmetlilerden biri olarak müzik icrası görevini yerine zakirler, aynı zamanda âşıklar ve dedelerle birlikte kültürel belleğin en önemli taşıyıcılarından […]


Khachkar (arm խաչքար, literally “cross-stone”)The similarity of the Armenian and Celtic cultures – ornaments of Armenian khachkars and the Celtic cross-stones. Khachkar (arm խաչքար, literally “cross-stone”.) – A kind of Armenian architectural monuments, which is a stone stele carved with a cross and a symbol of eternity and the sun. Total in Armenia There are several thousand cross-stones, each characterized by its own unique pattern, although patterns are usually designed in the same style. The oldest dated khachkar refers to the year 879 and is stored in the temple of Garni.In the pre-Christian period in the mountains, at the source of the river, at the boundaries of settlements, roads have erected stone steles – “vishapakary” […]


  The monastery at Deyrulzafaran near Mardin was built in 495 above a site originally used by sun worshippers – their slab-ceilinged temple still exists beneath the monastery. Built on the site of a 4500-year-old pagan temple dedicated to solar worship – possible ‘Shamash’, a gallery made of huge rock walls with no use of mortar; still intact and visitable at the underground floors of the monastery in 5th century, Deyrulzafaran was the seat of patriarchate of all Syriac Orthodoxy until 1932. True to its original purpose, the monastery has 365 rooms in total, each symbolizing a day the Earth spends on its full cycle around the Sun. The impressive complex—which is more like a […]

Labyrinth by ErkanDuran Labyrinth water feature at Dayro d-Mor Hananyo (also known as Kurkmo Dayro in Syriac and Deir ez-Za`faran or Deyrulzafran

Labyrinth water feature at Dayro d-Mor Hananyo (also known as Kurkmo Dayro in Syriac and Deir ez-Za`faran or Deyrulzafran in Arabic meaning the “Saffron Monastery”, so named for the yellowish rock from which it is built), lies 6 km southeast of Mardin, Turkey the most accessible of the area’s surviving Syriac Orthodox religious communities. Founded in 493 AD, it was, from 1160 until 1932 the seat of the Syriac Orthodox Patriarch – though the Patriarchate has since relocated to Damascus. ( maybe not now 2014?) A surprisingly large rectangular building of three storeys, set on a low bluff overlooking an approach road, it wouldn’t look out of place in southern Italy or Spain, and, judging […]