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canoes: O 4G 14:04 metalwarrior 22 orenjikitty gogomrbrown Follow @linativeboy Native America was filled with large cities and incredible structures yet everyone thinks we were all just primitive ppl running around lost 34 O 4G 14:04 34 Cyn @Xhasca Follow We had pyramids, our own languages, calendars and they still called us savages .@inativeboy Native America was filled with large cities and incredible structures yet everyone thinks we were all just primitive ppl running around I learned in a Latin Studies class (with a chill white dude professor) that when the Europeans first saw Aztedc cities they were stunned by the grid. The Aztecs had city planning and that there was no rational lay out to European cities at the time. No organization. 34 O 4G 14:04 European cities at the time. No organization 99laundry When the Spanish first arrived in Tenochtitlan (novw downtown mexico city) they thought they were dreaming. They had arrived from incredibly unsanitary medieval Europe to a city five times the size of that century's london with a working sewage system artificial "floating gardens" (chinampas), a grid system, and aqueducts providing fresh water. Which wasn't even for drinking! Water from the aqueducts was used for washing and bathing- they preferred using nearby mountain springs for drinking. Hygiene was a huge part if their culture, most people bathed twice a day while the king bathed at least four times a day. Located on an island in the middle of a lake, they used advanced causeways to allow access to the mainland that could be cut off to let canoes through or to defend the city The Spanish saw their buildings and towers and thought they were rising out of the water. The city was one of the most advanced societies at the time. Anyone who thinks that Native Americans were the savages instead of the filthy, disease ridden colonizers who appeared on their land is a damn fool robotsandfrippary 34 O 4G 14:04 mountain springs for drinking. Hygiene was a huge part if their culture, most people bathed twice a day while the king bathed at least four times a day. Located on an island in the middle of a lake, they used advanced causeways to allow access to the mainland that could be cut off to let canoes through or to defend the city The Spanish saw their buildings and towers and thought they were rising out of the water. The city was one of the most advanced societies at the time. Anyone who thinks that Native Americans were the savages instead of the filthy, disease ridden colonizers who appeared on their land is a damn fool robotsandfrippary They've also recently discovered a lost Native Americarn city in Kansas called Etzanoa It rivals the size of Cahokia, which was very Targe as well Tullmetalquest Makes me happy to see people learn about the culture of my country :D 294,346 notas theladyscientist SEGUIR 34 And then came the Spanish... SMH
canoes: O 4G 14:04
 metalwarrior 22
 orenjikitty
 gogomrbrown
 Follow
 @linativeboy
 Native America was filled with large cities and
 incredible structures yet everyone thinks we
 were all just primitive ppl running around lost
 34

 O 4G 14:04
 34

 Cyn
 @Xhasca
 Follow
 We had pyramids, our own languages,
 calendars and they still called us savages
 .@inativeboy
 Native America was filled with large cities and incredible structures
 yet everyone thinks we were all just primitive ppl running around
 I learned in a Latin Studies class (with a chill white dude
 professor) that when the Europeans first saw Aztedc
 cities they were stunned by the grid. The Aztecs had
 city planning and that there was no rational lay out to
 European cities at the time. No organization.
 34

 O 4G 14:04
 European cities at the time. No organization
 99laundry
 When the Spanish first arrived in Tenochtitlan (novw
 downtown mexico city) they thought they were
 dreaming. They had arrived from incredibly unsanitary
 medieval Europe to a city five times the size of that
 century's london with a working sewage system
 artificial "floating gardens" (chinampas), a grid system,
 and aqueducts providing fresh water. Which wasn't
 even for drinking! Water from the aqueducts was used
 for washing and bathing- they preferred using nearby
 mountain springs for drinking. Hygiene was a huge part
 if their culture, most people bathed twice a day while
 the king bathed at least four times a day. Located on
 an island in the middle of a lake, they used advanced
 causeways to allow access to the mainland that could
 be cut off to let canoes through or to defend the city
 The Spanish saw their buildings and towers and thought
 they were rising out of the water. The city was one of
 the most advanced societies at the time.
 Anyone who thinks that Native Americans were the
 savages instead of the filthy, disease ridden colonizers
 who appeared on their land is a damn fool
 robotsandfrippary
 34

 O 4G 14:04
 mountain springs for drinking. Hygiene was a huge part
 if their culture, most people bathed twice a day while
 the king bathed at least four times a day. Located on
 an island in the middle of a lake, they used advanced
 causeways to allow access to the mainland that could
 be cut off to let canoes through or to defend the city
 The Spanish saw their buildings and towers and thought
 they were rising out of the water. The city was one of
 the most advanced societies at the time.
 Anyone who thinks that Native Americans were the
 savages instead of the filthy, disease ridden colonizers
 who appeared on their land is a damn fool
 robotsandfrippary
 They've also recently discovered a lost Native Americarn
 city in Kansas called Etzanoa It rivals the size of
 Cahokia, which was very Targe as well
 Tullmetalquest
 Makes me happy to see people learn about the culture
 of my country :D
 294,346 notas
 theladyscientist SEGUIR
 34
And then came the Spanish... SMH

And then came the Spanish... SMH

canoes: Media Nisso? Projeto cria andadores de PVC para levar criancas com deficiencia a areia e ao mar em Tramandai Of /ACREDITANIssooFICIAL U @ACREDITANISSO @AcreditaNisso? Foi ao som do Tema da Vitória, música que tantas vezes embalou AyrtonSenna no pódio, que um grupo de sete crianças com deficiência desceu a rampa de trás da Casa de Verão do Sesc-RS, em Tramandaí, rumo à areia. Usando andadores coloridos, feitos com canos de PVC e rodinhas de triciclos, os alunos do Educandário São João Batista, de Porto Alegre, experimentaram pela primeira vez um banho de mar sem os equipamentos metálicos ou as cadeiras de rodas. Lucas Mallet, de 11 anos, foi um dos participantes da ação promovida pelo Projeto Tampinha Legal, criada pelo Congresso Brasileiro do Plástico (CBP). Eufórico, o menino não queria sair da beira da água. Antes, a família precisava usar a cadeira de rodas até um trecho e depois carregar o menino para a água no colo. "Era bem cansativo", lembra o pai. Emocionada, Carine vibrou com a liberdade que o andador plástico dá ao filho. Mais leves, práticos e baratos — um andador de PVC custa, em média R$ 100, valor bem abaixo dos tradicionais — o equipamento tem ainda os benefícios de poder ser molhado na água salgada e de andar na areia com facilidade. "A ideia é um andador que não degrade na água e que ande na areia fofa", diz o assessor técnico do Sindicato das Indústrias de Material Plástico no Estado Rio Grande do Sul, Manuel Gonzales. Os equipamentos foram desenvolvidos durante uma oficina promovida em dezembro no próprio educandário e contou com a participação da terapeuta ocupacional Mariana Saar. Ela que ensinou como é possível criar um andador usando materiais simples e baratos. "Queremos que as pessoas aprendam a fazer", destaca. Criado pelo Congresso Brasileiro do Plástico, o Projeto Tampinha Legal tem como objetivo arrecadar tampinhas e lacres que ficam no gargalo das garrafas, tanto para preservar o meio-ambiente quanto para reverter a sua venda em verba para entidades assistenciais. Fonte: ZH . SIGAM-ME OS BONS ➡️ @Nandinhatw
canoes: Media
 Nisso?
 Projeto cria andadores de
 PVC para levar criancas
 com deficiencia a areia e
 ao mar em Tramandai
 Of /ACREDITANIssooFICIAL
 U @ACREDITANISSO
@AcreditaNisso? Foi ao som do Tema da Vitória, música que tantas vezes embalou AyrtonSenna no pódio, que um grupo de sete crianças com deficiência desceu a rampa de trás da Casa de Verão do Sesc-RS, em Tramandaí, rumo à areia. Usando andadores coloridos, feitos com canos de PVC e rodinhas de triciclos, os alunos do Educandário São João Batista, de Porto Alegre, experimentaram pela primeira vez um banho de mar sem os equipamentos metálicos ou as cadeiras de rodas. Lucas Mallet, de 11 anos, foi um dos participantes da ação promovida pelo Projeto Tampinha Legal, criada pelo Congresso Brasileiro do Plástico (CBP). Eufórico, o menino não queria sair da beira da água. Antes, a família precisava usar a cadeira de rodas até um trecho e depois carregar o menino para a água no colo. "Era bem cansativo", lembra o pai. Emocionada, Carine vibrou com a liberdade que o andador plástico dá ao filho. Mais leves, práticos e baratos — um andador de PVC custa, em média R$ 100, valor bem abaixo dos tradicionais — o equipamento tem ainda os benefícios de poder ser molhado na água salgada e de andar na areia com facilidade. "A ideia é um andador que não degrade na água e que ande na areia fofa", diz o assessor técnico do Sindicato das Indústrias de Material Plástico no Estado Rio Grande do Sul, Manuel Gonzales. Os equipamentos foram desenvolvidos durante uma oficina promovida em dezembro no próprio educandário e contou com a participação da terapeuta ocupacional Mariana Saar. Ela que ensinou como é possível criar um andador usando materiais simples e baratos. "Queremos que as pessoas aprendam a fazer", destaca. Criado pelo Congresso Brasileiro do Plástico, o Projeto Tampinha Legal tem como objetivo arrecadar tampinhas e lacres que ficam no gargalo das garrafas, tanto para preservar o meio-ambiente quanto para reverter a sua venda em verba para entidades assistenciais. Fonte: ZH . SIGAM-ME OS BONS ➡️ @Nandinhatw

@AcreditaNisso? Foi ao som do Tema da Vitória, música que tantas vezes embalou AyrtonSenna no pódio, que um grupo de sete crianças com de...

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