areas; however it is not odd for Lahijan to experience periods of near blizzard conditions during the winter. The amount of rainfall in Lahijan depends on the winds bearing vapor that blow from the North West in winter, from the East in spring and from the West in summer and autumn. These winds carry the vapor and humidity towards the plains causing heavy and prolonged rainfalls. Tea Tea in Iran File:MY FRIEND IN TEA.JPG thumb The real colour

of the Tea left bottom thumb Tea plant. (File:Organic mountain grown tea leaf.jpg) The history of tea culture in Iran started at the end of the 15th century. Before that coffee was the main beverage in Iran. However, most of the coffee producing countries were located far from Iran, making shipping very difficult. With a major tea producing country, China, located on a nearby trading path, "the silk road", and the shipping of tea was much easier

. That was a main reason why tea became much popular in Iran. As a result, the demand for tea grew, and more tea needed to be imported to match Iran's consumption. Iran failed in their first attempt to cultivate tea in their own country in 1882 with seeds from India. In 1899 Prince Mohammad Mirza known as "Kashef Al Saltaneh" who was born in Lahijan, imported Indian tea and started its cultivation in Lahijan. Kashef, who was the first mayor of Tehran and an Iranian ambassador to India


: watch?v OfQqygbyuoE&feature channel_page QUELIMANE , a film of the cosmopolitan port of Quelimane and tea centre of Vila Junqueiro, Portuguese Mozambique, before 1975. Moçambique - Nampula; Cabo Delgado - Porto Amélia; PORTO AMÉLIA-PEMBA, a film of Porto Amélia, Portuguese Mozambique. Niassa - Vila Cabral. Other important urban centres included Sofala, Nacala, http

designated for sale in the markets of the colonial metropole (the center, i.e. Portugal). Major cash crops included cotton, cashews, tea and rice. This arrangement ended in 1932 after the takeover in Portugal by the new António de Oliveira Salazar's government - the Estado Novo (Estado Novo (Portugal)). Thereafter, Mozambique, along with other Portuguese colonies, was put under the direct control of Lisbon. In 1951, it became an overseas province. The economy expanded rapidly

on the fertile lands taken over by Portuguese settlers. Indigenous African peasants mainly produced cash crops designated for sale in the markets of Portugal. Major cash crops included cotton, cashews, tea and rice. This arrangement ended in 1932 after the takeover in Portugal by the new António de Oliveira Salazar's government. Thereafter, Mozambique, along with other Portuguese colonies, was put under the direct control of Lisbon. In 1951, it became an overseas province


are vegetable-growing, tea-growing, paddy cultivating, cattle-breeding, citrus plants, beekeeping, fishing, and grain farming. Business opportunities of the region Favourable humid subtropical climate, availability of good arable land, water and sufficient labour resources of city provides a good basis for agricultural activities as well as development of agro-processing enterprises. The city is also home of Azerbaijan's first

tea plant, built in 1937. Tea culture in Azerbaijan Demographics Lankaran is home to Azerbaijan's largest Talysh (Talysh people) community. * Azerbaijanis (Azerbaijani people) 62.1% (31.151) * Talysh (Talysh people) 35.9% (17.935) *Others 2% (1.024) Religion The religion with the largest community of followers is Islam. The majority of the Muslims are Shia Islam Shia Muslims

, martial arts, swimming, barber shop, and entertainment area. Call 0171-4-53-53 for an appointment. '''Xanbulan Lake''' *This lake is located southeast of the city of Lankaran. It is a wooded reservoir in the lower foothills, which is wonderful for a picnic lunch and a relaxing nature hike. '''Aurora Tea Factory''' *Near Xanbulan Lake, tourists can go to one of Lankaran’s famous tea factories and sample the widely known tea in a rose garden of the Aurora Tea Factory. At this factory, people

Habiganj District

with the Lalmai hills and the higher areas of Sylhet, Habiganj, and Chittagong and Madhupur tract. The prehistoric site of Chaklapunji tea garden, near Chandirmazar of Chunarughat (Chunarughat Upazila). Habiganj has also revealed a significant number of prehistoric tools from the bed of a small ephemeral stream (water remains here only for a few hours after rainfall) known as Balu nadi (river). Angularity and freshness of the fossil wood artifacts suggest that they did not come from a great

brother was absent from the fort, and finally defeated the Khwaja Osman's army at the village called Dhalamvapur, Maulvi Bazar District. Indian National Congress In the second session of the Congress held in Calcutta in 1886, the Indian National Congress was able to attract representatives from Habiganj District. They are Joy Gobinda Shome and Kamini Kumar Chanda of Habiganj People's Association. War at Teliapara Tea Garden On 4 April

1971, during Bangladesh Liberation War the senior army officers assembled at the headquarters of 2nd East Bengal at Teliapara (Madhabpur Upazila), a semi hilly area covered by tea gardens where General MAG Osmani (M. A. G. Osmani), Lieutenant Colonel Abdur Rob, Lieutenant Colonel Salahuddin Mohammad Reja, Major Kazi Nuruzzaman, Major Khaled Mosharraf, Major Nurul Islam, Major Shafat Jamil, Major Mainul Hossain Chowdhury and others were present. In this meeting four senior commanders were

Dominion of Ceylon

; The Sinhalese (Sinhalese people) community formed the majority of the population; Sri Lankan Tamils, who were concentrated in the north and east of the island, formed the largest ethnic minority (Minority group). Other communities included Moors (Sri Lankan Moors), Burghers (Burgher people), Kaffirs (Sri Lanka Kaffir people), Malays (Malays (ethnic group)) and the indigenous Vedda people. The major export and mainstay of the economy was the production of tea, coffee, coconut

of the upper-class, and this often led to riots.

in Sri Lanka The economy of the Dominion of Ceylon was mainly agriculture-based, with key exports consisting of tea, rubber, and coconuts. These did well in the foreign markets, accounting for 90% of the export share by value. In 1965, Ceylon became the world's leading exporter of tea, with 200,000 tonnes of tea being shipped internationally annually. http: History.pdf The exports sold well initially, but falling

New Taipei City

and prosperity, Tamsui (Tamsui District) had become an international commercial port by 1850. British (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland) consulate and stores were established in the region, which helped promote the local tea business, resulting in massive tea leaf exports to Europe. In 1875, Shen Baozhen called for the establishment of Taipeh Prefecture. Taiwan Province was declared in 1887 and the present-day New Taipei City area fell under the jurisdiction

Memorial Hall , Gold Museum (Gold Museum (Taiwan)), Jing-Mei Human Rights Memorial and Cultural Park, Ju Ming Museum, Li Tien-lu Hand Puppet Historical Museum, Museum of World Religions, New Taipei City Hakka Museum, New Taipei City Yingge Ceramics Museum, Pinglin Tea Museum, Sanxia History Museum, Shisanhang Museum of Archaeology, Taiwan Coal Mine Museum, Taiwan Nougat Museum, Tamkang University Maritime Museum, Teng Feng Fish Ball Museum

close links to the Presbyterian Church in Taiwan, and is the oldest institution of higher learning in Taiwan. *Katong, Singapore *Tamsui (Tamsui District), New Taipei City, Taiwan #Fangshan, Pingtung County, Taiwan (Republic of China) #Danshui District, New Taipei City, Taiwan (Republic of China) #Nanhui District, Shanghai, China (People's Republic of China) thumb Tea factory in Pinglin District (Image:Tea factory, Pinglin.jpg) According


658 AD to 1107 AD. The Dabaoji Palace of the Baisha Fresco, very close to the Baisha Naxi Hand-made Embroidery Institute, was built in the year 658 AD in the Tang Dynasty (618 AD to 960 AD). In ancient times, the Baisha Old Town used to be the center of silk embroidery in the southwest of China and the most important place of the Ancient Southern Silk Road, also called the Ancient Tea and Horse Road or Ancient tea route. Forbes, Andrew ; Henley, David (2011

). ''China's Ancient Tea Horse Road''. Chiang Mai: Cognoscenti Books. ASIN: B005DQV7Q2 The Ancient Southern Silk Road started from Burma, crossed Lijiang, Shangri-La County, Tibet, journeyed through Iran, the Fertile Crescent, and ultimately to the Mediterranean Sea. Naxi women were well known for their hand-made embroidery before 1972 during the Great Cultural Revolution (Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution). The most famous Naxi masters were arrested and put

is located in Lijiang City. It is a UNESCO Heritage Site. The town has a history going back more than 800 years and was once a confluence for trade along the old tea horse road. The Lijiang old town is famous for its orderly system of waterways and bridges. The old town of Lijiang differs from other ancient Chinese cities in architecture, history and the culture of its traditional residents the Nakhi people, therefore people there are called 胖金哥 and 胖金妹 (pàng jīn gē, pàng jīn mèi, male


that incorporates traditional businesses, small family-run shops and factories, large industrial areas, and a thriving commercial sector. The heart of Taichung’s economy has long been the small business. The small business sector still thrives in the city and is in most evidence in the downtown area with small eateries, traditional markets, and other family businesses. Taichung's Chun Shui Tang teahouse (春水堂) is where bubble tea was invented, by a teahouse owner, Liu Han Chie (劉漢介

: tea, camphor, sugar, gold, coal, sulphur, economical plants, and other productions year 1903 publisher Macmillan url https: details islandofformosap00davi location London and New York ol 6931635M ref harv chapter Chapter XVII: Progressive Formosa: A Province of China. 1886-1894 *

* National Taichung Library '''Bubble tea''' is the name


, it covers an area of about 10km2. Fish ponds and reed beds have been restored and it is home to many types of birds. It holds a temple and several historic rural houses. * Hangzhou Botanical Garden * Hangzhou Zoo * Old China Street on He Fang Street (''He Fang Jie''), which offers various souvenirs and renowned Longjing tea. * Jade Springs (Yu Quan) * West Lake Cultural Square is the tallest building in the city and houses the Zhejiang Natural History Museum and Zhejiang Museum

Washington Post date October 1, 2006 Culture Language thumb upright Longjing (Dragon Well Spring) in Hangzhou, famous for the Longjing tea (File:Dragon Well 20090721-4.JPG) cultivated in the surrounding plantations thumb upright Large statue of Guanyin (File:Hall of the Five Hundred Arhats in Lingyin Temple, Hangzhou.jpg) and carved images of 150 Buddhist personalities in the Grand Hall of the Great Sage in Lingyin Temple The native residents of Hangzhou, like

Museum ( )features collection of integrated human studies, exhibition and research with its over 100,000 collected cultural relics. Food Hangzhou's local cuisine is often


sold furs, textiles, clothing, hides, leather, hardware, and cattle, while the Chinese sold silk, cotton stuffs, teas, fruits, porcelain, rice, candles, rhubarb, ginger, and musk. Much of the tea is said to have come from Yangloudong, a major center of tea production and trade near today's Chibi City, Hubei.

contribution One cultural route span the Millenary: Chinese Tea Road title Proceedings of the Scientific Symposium "Monuments and sites in their setting - conserving cultural heritage in changing townscapes and landscapes" place Xi'an year 2005 page 4 Kyakhta was crowded, unclean, ill-planned, and never came to reflect the wealth that flowed through it, W. Bruce Lincoln. ''The Conquest of a Continent: Siberia and the Russians''. Cornell University Press, 2007

. Page 145. although several Neoclassical (Neoclassical architecture) buildings were erected in the 19th century, including a tea bourse (stock exchange) (1842) and the Orthodox cathedral (1807–1817), both of which still stand. In 1996 the Voskreskenskaya church was being used a stable. Martha Avery,The Tea Road, 2003, page 135 and photograph It was from Kyakhta that Nikolay Przhevalsky, Grigory Potanin, Pyotr Kozlov, and Vladimir Obruchev set

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