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[自然百科] 2015-02-28 BBC:圣河之旅 The Nile尼罗河—6

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[自然百科] 2015-02-28 BBC:圣河之旅 The Nile尼罗河—6

 


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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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[Homework]2015-02-28 BBC:圣河之旅 The Nile尼罗河—6

-The curious thing, when you think of the River Nile, generally you think of Egypt, ferries and pyramids, but actually it's Ethiopia that contributes most of the flow to the river. Ethiopia's crucial gift to the Nile is any reason to be fully understood and it raises a question. Although we associate the Nile with Egypt, who did the precious waters of the river actually belong to? I follow the Blue Nile to the far northwestern Ethiopia and the vast waters of Lake Tana. This beautiful lake, more like inland sea, covers an area of more than 1,000 square miles, and is also considered by some to be the source of the Blue Nile. The waters here have long provided an abundance of fish and food for the region, supporting a way of life with traditions that have endured for thousands of years.
-Fishmen here are among the last people in the world to still use boats made from this plant. Papyrus grows all the way along the River Nile and played an enormous role in the first civilizations that emerged along the Nile's river banks. The first book is made from papyrus as well.
-What's your name, sir?
-My name is G*.
-G*, how long does it take to make a boat?

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It is a curious thing. When you think of the river Nile, generally you think of Egypt, fair roads? and pyramids. But actually it is Ethiopia that contributes most of the flow to the river. Ethiopia is crucial gift to the Nile that has recently been fully understood. And it raises the question. although we associate the Nile with the Egypt, who did the precious water of the rive actually belong to? I followed the blue Nile to the far and northwest of Ethiopia on the vast waters of Lake tana. This beautiful lake, more like inland sea, covers an area of more than 1000 square miles. And it is also considered by some to be the source of the blue Nile. The waters here have long provided abundance of fish and food for the region, supporting a way of life with traditions that have endured for thousands of years. a fisherman here, is among the last people in the world to still use boats made from this plant, a papyrus? grows all the way along the river Nile, played an enormous role in the first civilization that emerges along the Nile river banks. The first boat made from papyrus as well. Can I ask, what is your name, sir? How long does it take to make a boat out of papyrus.
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when you think of River Nile, generally, you think of Egypt, the Pyrimads, the Pharas. But actually it is the Ethiopiea that contributes most of the flow to the river. Ethiopiea's crucial gift to the River Nile has only recently be fully understood and it raises questions:"whom does the water of River Nile actually belong to?" I followed to the blue Nile to the far northeast of Ethiopiea, a vast lake of Lake Tana. This great lake, more like an inland sea, covers an area of more than 1000 square meters. And it's also considered by some to be the source of the Blue Nile. The water here has long been providing abundance of fish and food, supporting a way of life with traditions that has endured for thousands of years.
"A fishman here are among the last people who still use boats made from this plum, a PYRASS, which grows along the bank, play a huge role in the first civilization emerged from the river nile. The first book was made from Pyrass as well"
"Can I ask; what is your name sir? "
'how long does it take to make a boat?'
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It is curious thing when you think of the river of Nile, generally you think of Egypt, Pharaohs and pyramids. But actually, it is Ethiopia that contributes the most of flow to the river. Ethiopia is a crucial gift to the Nile as any recently being fully understood, and it raises a question. Although we are associated the Nile with Egypt, who did the precious waters of the river actually belong to? I follow the Blue Nile to the far north west of Ethiopia and vast waters of lake Tana. This beautiful lake is more like an inland sea, covering an area of more than 1000 square miles. And it's also considered by some to be the source of Blue Nile. The waters here have long provided an abundance of fish and food for the region, supporting a way of life with tradition that endures for thousands of years. Fisher men here are among the last people in the world to still use boats made from this plant, a Pyres. Grows all the way along the river Nile and played an enormous role in the first civilization that emerged along the Nile's river banks, the first book made from Pyres as well. Can I ask you what's your name, sir? My name is Cadama. Cadama, how does it take to make a boat out of a Pyres?
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