What exactly do you mean with "insinuate?"
historical events that
This site might help you out with some grammar bits like the use of that v. which:
memorize the significant episodes
I think "memorize" is not being used correctly here...
at the shabby Rome city
devastated temples and demolished
We can also acknowledge thatThese
buildings were ruined after the kingdom was vanquished by the enemy; thus, historic
buildings are one fundamental method by which we can learn about significant events in history.
an old Arabic mosque is more likely to
buildings with the modern
isn't it similar with alternating our culture with the prevalent one?
I think this should be re-worded. Something like, "are we not abandoning our historic culture to rest solely on the modern one?" or getting rid of the question all together and making it a statement.
obligation to pass on
all historical buildings
vague and inauthentic
tangible to the next generation.
Try swapping "tangible" for a word like "accessible"
capable of acquainting themselves with
maintaining historic buildings requires
a tremendous amount of money and old buildings are easily destroyed by earthquakes.Still,
the cultural value of a historic
building is worth preserving even
on economic grounds. To learn more about history, to
and for the next generations' sake,
stop destroying the historic buildings!
Do you really want to get this emotional? How formal is this essay?
Well, I hope my suggestions