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[自然百科] 2015-04-11 BBC:圣河之旅 The Nile尼罗河—24

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[自然百科] 2015-04-11 BBC:圣河之旅 The Nile尼罗河—24

 


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BBC: Sacred Rivers With Simon Reeve


 

英国广播公司:西蒙里夫圣河之旅 第一集 The Nile 尼罗河

 

Adventurer Simon Reeve travels from source to sea along the world's longest river, the Nile. His journey will take him from the holy source of the Blue Nile in the Ethiopian highlands, through the desert of Sudan and onwards through Egypt to the Mediterranean Sea.

 

在《朝圣之旅》之后,探险家西蒙·里夫(Simon Reeve)继续游历世界各地,去发掘那些若不事前理解当地河流的巨大影响就无法掌握的故事。首先他将沿着世界上最长的河流——尼罗河——源头一直游历至其入海口;其次,他前往往恒河,探究其宗教文化是如何影响着印度的经济的;最后,他来到长江,在那里他发现了宗教信仰在中国的复兴。

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I'd arrived in Egypt, the upper Aswan Dam was built in 1960's and generated electricity, provided reservoir of waters for farms and control flooding along the Nile, the result of rainy season in Ethiopia. Before the dam, heavy floods could decimate the crops, often resulting in famine. The dam gave the Egypt the control over the levels of the Nile downstream, but at a heavy price for many Newbean communities. Down there, other remains of Newbean settlements, dozens of them, it's a home to more than 100 thousand people. And their homes, and fields were swallowed by the rising waters of the lake, entire world of life, the civilization and the culture that have been a thousand of years, swallowed and submerged. The Egyptian authorities relocated many Newbeans to new settlement in the desert, far from the fertile land of the Nile. In the Newbean communities that survived the arrival of the dam, I found Newbeans trying to use their traditions and cultures to carve out their living in Egyptian's fledging tourist industry. They got a crocodile on outside the house. Why the people have the crocodiles outside their house. Those who killed them hung them like this because tourist is used to coming to look at them. As a community, are you scared of the crocodiles? Do they pose a threat to you? I have one in my house, a live crocodile. Sorry? Did you just say you have a live crocodile? I do. Can we see it? Yes, please come in.
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[Homework]2015-04-11 BBC:圣河之旅 The Nile尼罗河—24

I'd arrived in Egypt. The upper Aswan Dam was built in 1960s to generate electricity, provide a reservoir of water for farms and control flooding along the Nile. That resulted the rainy season in Ethiopia. Before the dam, heavy floods could decimate crops, often resulting in a famine. The dam gave Egypt control over the levels of the Nile downstream, but at a heavy price for many Nubian communities.-Down there are the remains of Nubian's settlements, dozens of them. It was home to more than 100,000 people. And their homes and fields were swallowed by the rising waters of the lake. The entire way of life, their civilization and culture that had been here for thousands of years swallowed and submerged.  
The Egyptian authority relocated many Nubian to new settlements in the desert, far from the fertile land of the Nile. In the Nubian communities that survived the arrival of the dam, I found Nubians trying to use their culture and traditions to carve out a living in Egypt's flagging tourist industry.
-They've got a crocodile outside of the house. Why do people have crocodiles outside their homes?
-Those who killed them hang them like this, because tourists used to come and look at them.
-As a community, are you scared of the crocodiles? Do they pose a threat to you?
-I have one in my house, a live crocodile.
-So did you just say you have a live crocodile?
-I do.
-Can we see it?
-Yes, please come in.

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[Homework]2015-04-11 BBC:圣河之旅 The Nile尼罗河—24

I'd arrived in Egypt, the upper Aswan dam was built in the 1960s and generate electricity, provide a reservoir of water for farms and control flooding along the Nile, the result of the rainy season in Ethiopia, before the dam heavy floods could decimate crops, often resulting in famine, the dam give Egypt control over the levels of the Nile downstream but at a heavy price for many N communities.
Down there are the remains of N settlements, dozens of them, they were home to more than 100,000 people, and their homes and fields were swallowed by the rising waters of the lake, entire way of life, their civilization their culture had been here for thousands of years swallowed and submerged.
The Egyptian authorities relocated many N to new settlements in the desert, far from the fertile land of the Nile, in the N communities that survive the arrival of the dam, I find N trying to use their culture and traditions to carve out a living in Egypt's flagging tourist industry.
They've got a crocodile outside of the house, why do people have crocodiles outside their homes? Those who killed them hang them like this, because tourists used to come and look at them. As a community, are you scared of the crocodiles? do they pose a threat to you? I have on in my house, a live crocodile. So did you just say you have a live crocodile? I do. Can we see it? Yes, please come in.

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homework---I'd arrived in Egypt. The upper one's dam was booting in 1960 generator electricity provide a reservoir water for farms and control flooding along the Nile. They resulted the raining seasons in Ethiopia. Before the dam heavy floods could decimate crops off ...in farming. The dam gave Egypt control over the levels of the Nile downstream, but at a heavy price for many newbie communities. Down there are the remains of newbie settlements. Dozens of them. It were homes to more than hundred thousand people and their homes and field to swallow by the rising waters the lake. Entire while of life, the civilization, the culture have been thousands of years swallowed and submerged. The Egyptian authority relocated many newbeings to new settlements in the desert far from the furt of the land of the Nile. In the newbing's communities that survive the arrival of the dam I found newbeings trying to use their culture and traditions to cover out living in Egypt's flagging tourist industry. Got a crocodile outside...Why do people have crocodiles outside their homes? Those killed them and hung them like this because tourists come to look at them. As a community are you scared of the crocodiles? Do they pose a threat to you? I have one in my house, a life crocodile. Sorry did you just say you have a life crocodile? I do. Can we see it? Yes, please come in.
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I’d arrived in Egypt. The Apowaswon Dam was booting the 1960s’ the general electricity, provide a rise of one hour water for fames, and control flood along the Niles, the result of raining season in sea opia. Before the dam, heave floods could death main crops, often result a faming. The dam gives Egypt control of the levels of the Nile down strain, but it habit price for new being communities. Down there, other remains of new being settlements, dozens of them. They were hunted more than a hundred thousands of people. And their homes fail to swallow by the rising waters for lake, and tear way of life, the civilization, the culture, feeding for thousands of years, swallowed and submerged. The Egyptian authorities relocated many new beings to new settlements in the desert far from the fort Oland of Nile. In the new being communities that survive be arrived dam, I found new beings tried to use their culture traditions to culbate the living——the Egyptian flagging tourist industry. “I got crocodiles outside the house.” “why do people have crocodiles outside their homes?” “they were killed and handed like this because tourist used to come and look at them” . “Are the communities, are you scared the crocodiles, to they pose a threat to you?” “I have one in my house, a live crocodile.” “So did you just say you have a live crocodile?” “I do.” “Can we see it?” “yes, please come in.”
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