The Trans-Siberian is actually an umbrella term for a variety of routes that commence in Moscow. As well as the "classic" Moscow to Vladivostok route, there's a Trans-Mongolian and a Trans-Manchurian line.
"What does the term America's Byways® mean? America's Byways® is the umbrella term we use for marketing the collection of 150 distinct and diverse roads designated by the U.S. Secretary of Transportation. America's Byways include the National Scenic Byways and All-American Roads." I want to travel as many as I can!
America's Byways®: National Scenic Byways Online America's Byways® is the umbrella term we use for marketing the collection of 150 distinct and diverse roads designated by the U.S. Secretary of Transportation. America's Byways include the National Scenic Byways and All-American Roads.
Bunad (Norwegian plural: bunader) is a Norwegian umbrella term encompassing, in its broadest sense, a range of both traditional rural clothes (mostly dating to the 19th and 18th centuries) as well as modern 20th-century folk costumes. In its narrow sense the word bunad refers only to clothes designed in the early 20th century that are loosely based on traditional costumes. The word bunad in itself is a 20th-century invention.
Bonsai is a Japanese art form using miniature trees grown in containers. The word bonsai is usually used in English as an umbrella term for miniature trees in pots. Bonsai is not planted for production of food, for medicine, or for creating...
The Khoikhoi originated from a larger racial group of South African nomads known collectively as the 'Khoisan' (CHNM). The latter of the umbrella term, calling themselves the San, shared many social and cultural characteristics with the Khoikhoi. Linguists merged the two cultures under the term 'Khoisan' due to the commonality of their language, the South African click (Boyce).
The mid-sixteenth century was a golden age for Italian cartography, as a disparate group of mapmakers, engravers and publishers from the two centres of Venice and Rome dominated European map publishing. The output of this group is generally given the umbrella term "Lafreri map" or "Lafreri atlas" from the Rome publisher Antonio Lafreri;