Cultural Landscape: A geographic area, including both cultural and natural resources and the wildlife or domestic animals within. Example, Matopo Hills, Zimbabwe

Hydraulic Society:  a society that controls its population by means of controlling the water supply. Example, Valley of Maxico

Hutong: a narrow lane in a traditional residential area of a Chinese city. Example, Hutong in Beijing.

Tofu Construction: a poorly constructed building. Example, the term is used mainly in china for poor constructions.

Kumari: A young, unmarried girl worshiped. Example, in Nepal Kumaris are worshiped as holy spirits.

Mani Wall: a wall made of stones inscribed with holy Buddhism verses , mainly in Tibet.

Sadhu:  A holy man. Example, in Hinduism they call a holy person a Sadhu.

Chorten: a Lamaist (Buddhist) shrine. These shrines are common in Tibet.

What commodity was traded through Upper Mustang:  Salt was traded with Grain.

 Agglomeration: Existence of related firms near to each other, for example investment capitals or the Wall Street.

Grid Pattern in cities and what message that pattern sends:  A city structure with horizontal and vertical streets. It sends a message of Harmony and efficiency.

Geographic Diffusion: the spread of ideas, diseases, technology etc. among places. For example diffusion of internet in the world.

 The Alhambra: A fortress and palace on a hill overlooking Granada, Spain. Built by Moorish kings in the 12th and 13th centuries, the Alhambra is the finest example of Moorish architecture in Spain.

Polynesia: the islands within the Polynesian triangle.

The three island groups that define Polynesian triangle: Hawaiʻi, Easter Island (Rapa Nui) and New Zealand