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KW_chahar bagh layout basic layout of Persian gardens

Water history in gardens – ancient times

KW_chahar bagh layout basic layout of Persian gardens

Difference between Arabic and European fountains  In European fountain the water (in a form of a jet) is separated from the rest of the construction for at least a moment. In Arabic fountain, the water is always attached to the rest of fountain elements.

Difference between Arabic and European fountains

Difference between Arabic and European fountains In European fountain the water (in a form of a jet) is separated from the rest of the construction for at least a moment. In Arabic fountain, the water is always attached to the rest of fountain elements.

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Dictionary of medieval gardens

KW_medieval monastery courtyard garden

Schema of qanats - underground cannals for transportation of water

Water history in gardens – Qanats

Schema of qanats - underground cannals for transportation of water

KW_wind tower and qanat  Schema of air cooling by the use of qanat's system

Water history in gardens – Qanats

KW_wind tower and qanat Schema of air cooling by the use of qanat's system

shaduf mechanism for raising water from a well, river or other basin used in ancient Egypt. It had a bucket at one end and a stone on the other one. It was also used in ancient Mesopotamia

Water control systems in ancient times

shaduf mechanism for raising water from a well, river or other basin used in ancient Egypt. It had a bucket at one end and a stone on the other one. It was also used in ancient Mesopotamia

KW_patte_d_oie  Schema of patte d'oie -  Layout of Baroque gardens

Patte d’oie – What has a goose and a baroque in common?

KW_patte_d_oie Schema of patte d'oie - Layout of Baroque gardens

Schema of qanats - underground cannals for transportation of water

Schema of qanats - underground cannals for transportation of water

Chultun - cistern constructed by Maya in ground, usually it was bottle shaped with narrow entrance at the top and large chamber below.

Water control systems in ancient times

Chultun - cistern constructed by Maya in ground, usually it was bottle shaped with narrow entrance at the top and large chamber below.

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Longest cultivated plants

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