History

The Untold History Of Fremont

Named after the famous American explorer, John C. Fremont, Fremont is a city in California, United States. It is positioned between the rolling hills of the East Bay and the San Francisco Bay Area. The city comprises of the US’ largest concentration of Afghan American inhabitants. The year 1956 witnessed the amalgamation of five independent districts - Centerville, Niles, Irvington, Mission San Jose, and Warm Springs. With a culturally diverse population, the city’s census indicates the presence of over a half-dozen races.

History Of Sweden

Sweden, a Scandinavian country in Northern Europe with a population of 10.1 million, is the third largest country in European Union. In spite of this, the population density is quite low i.e. 22 inhabitants per square kilometer. Consisting of two major regions dominated by two domains i.e. north by forestry and south by agriculture, the county proves to be highly diverse and rich in flora.

History Of South Africa

As the second largest economy in the African continent, South Africa is an upper-middle income economy, as categorized by the World Bank. The national economy contributes a hefty 35 percent to the entire continent's gross domestic product. After the termination of Apartheid, the South African economy has procured numerous gains in terms of foreign exchange reserves, GDP, and more.

An Ancient Memorial At Bijapur Gol Gumbaz

At the heart of a simple and exiguous town, named Bijapur lies the grandiose tombstone that depicts the old traditions and history of the place, quite clearly. Gol Gumbaz is that elegant monument which had been erected at the year of 1659 to mark the death of the then Emperor, Mohammed Adil Shah (reigned from 1627 to 1657) of the Adil Shahi dynasty.