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Role of culture in life. I think culture is everywhere around us. You can look for example on our clothes. What we are wearing is culture too. In Iran people wear different clothes than in India.

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11. Role of culture in life First I would like to speak what exactly culture is. The definition of culture is very long and complicated. Culture consists of art, styles of dress, language, rules of behaviour, religion, technology or political and economic systems.It�s an issue which has big influence on our life or our style of life. I think culture is everywhere around us. You can look for example on our clothes. What we are wearing is culture too. In Iran people wear different clothes than in India. It depends on environment, society and often on religion. In India is more liberty. I am a woman so I am thinking about women. Typical is long and colorful scarf which called S�r�. ...read more.

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I can�t imagine this far world. We can do everything what we want. Meet friends, marry who we want and have the same power like men. But this situation wasn�t in the past. In architecture were big rules. Romanesque style with painted ceilings, gothic style with ribbed vault and so on. People in these ages had to keep the rules of styles. And today we have many sights like churches, cathedrals, castles but also theater. Literature has also special styles for these ages. And unfortunately writers were sometimes dissatisfaction, so they were writing about everything, and now we should read about it. I like reading books but I rather go on musicals or operas or watching movies. ...read more.

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It is favorite place of teenagers with alcohol. I can see change between our thirteen and their thirteen. We tried to be invisible and we scared of police but they don�t. I can�t understand. I would like to bring up my children for example in a village. There isn't cinema or theatre but there is better environment. I hate Varnsdorf because it is full of violence and bad men. But return to first question what exactly culture is? The definition of culture is very long and complicated. Culture consists of art, styles of dress, language, rules of behaviour, religion, technology or political and economic systems.It�s an issue which has big influence on our life or our style of life. Hooded - zahalen� ribbed vault - �ebrovan� klenba pity - �koda crib - betl�m What is S�r�? Which architecture styles do you know? What consists of the culture? ...read more.

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