Interesting in architecture

Electric batteries and lamps of antiquity
The ancient Egyptians had many underground structures. It is easy to assume that they were illuminated by torches, or candles. Only in one building were found traces of soot, which…

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10 most scary places in Kiev or where to celebrate Beltain
Perhaps, all have heard of Walpurgis night . when, according to legend, witches gather on a Grand Sabbath. But with a fantastic celebration called Beltain familiar to few. In fact,…

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St. Basil’s Cathedral in Sevastopol

Pokrovsky Cathedral is the main Orthodox temple of Sevastopol. It is located on Bolshaya Morskaya street and always attracts attention by the beauty of architecture and sparkling in the sun domes. Today St. Basil’s Cathedral is one of the most beautiful sights in Crimea.
Pokrovsky Cathedral was built in 1905 on the project belonging to the architect V. Feldman. He was consecrated in honor of the great feast for Orthodox believers of the Holy virgin. Architect Feldman took as a basis the construction of the Pokrovsky Cathedral Russian churches of the XVI century. He was inspired by them in the erection of the handsome Church and completed the Cathedral of the intercession in pseudo-Russian style. Judge for yourself — 5 domes, columns and Lancet arch, and over the main dome, four 12-sided tower. The altitude of the Pokrovsky Cathedral is 37 meters. Continue reading

Dolmens – the Eighth Wonder of the world

The second day I read about the monuments of ancient architecture – the Dolmens. The dolmens ( from Breton tol table, men – stone) were constructed of several large stone slabs set vertically and covered with massive plate, carefully polished and fitted to each other. Erected them in “places of power”, that is, in areas where there are geomagnetic anomalies, and as a result, geopathic processes. Scientists believe that Dolmens ancient burial structures. As mysterious archaeological monuments, the dolmens are comparable with the Egyptian pyramids but older than the pyramids and, most importantly, the only structures that have spread across the globe. Dolmens are found and preserved in Eurasia, from Japan and India to Portugal, are located in the Northern Africa and southern America, well known on the Islands of the Mediterranean sea, southern Scandinavia. Especially a lot of these megalithic structures (from words “huge stone”) in England and we, in the Western Caucasus. The Caucasus is considered by archaeologists 2308 dolmens, most of them in the area of Gelendzhik. The ubiquity and commonality of the architectural compositions of the dolmens around the world already generating an amazing conjecture that they are the progenitors of mankind, when the earth existed a single nation. Continue reading

The Church of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker in Bari (Italy)

Among Italian Christian shrines for each of the Orthodox Russian people of particular importance is the city of Bari is a city that is over 900 years old serves as the final resting place of mnogochislennyh of the relics of the Great Saint of God St. Nicholas the Wonderworker.

“Castle manor” or “Bar city”, as it is called Bari Russian Chronicles, was known in Russia as such has almost from the XI century and to the later time belong the first mention of the pilgrimages performed by the Russian people to the relics of the Saint.

St Nicholas famous and glorious in all the Christian peoples, because, as he said in his life, “knows of this great Wonderworker of the East and the West.” And yet the veneration of the Saint in Russia, is special. It is no exaggeration to say that he is the most revered Saint in the Russian Orthodox people, and that there is no in Russia such a Orthodox family, the house, where there Continue reading

Gothic Europe – tour through the Gothic cathedrals of Europe

The Gothic style is meant to overwhelm and delight, so in this style of medieval artists, preferred to build Catholic churches. To this day these cathedrals continue to amaze people, become a popular destination of tours in Europe.

This seo company begins a guided tour in Vienna. In its centre is St. Stephen’s Cathedral, which, along with Mozart and the country’s coat of arms is a symbol of Austria. The modern look of the Cathedral has adopted in the sixteenth century, was partially destroyed in the Second World war and was restored after the war. The highest tower of the Cathedral reaches 136 feet – just six feet smaller than the pyramid of Cheops.

West refused credit Cologne Cathedral is one of the highest buildings of the middle Ages, whose height is 157 meters. There, in Germany, is a Lutheran Minster – the tallest Church planet, towering 161,5 meters. Continue reading

19 the most terrifying and scariest places on Earth

We invite you on a tour of 19 creepy and scary places on our planet. Some of them were created by nature, others by man. From man-made in turn horror is catching up as the man left the place and place and still operating. The creeps at the very thought of staying in any of these places alone with himself. Well, are you ready? If you are not scary..

Darvaza or the Door to hell, Turkmenistan

The door to Hell was originally a gas field, which was set on fire by Soviet scientists. Darvaza is continuously burning for more than 40 years.

Island Of Dolls, Mexico

Island of the Dolls it is an uninhabited island in Xochimilco, Mexico. According to the legend, the girl died in the waters of Ostrava, after which dolls began to appear on the island permanently. The only inhabitants of the island are dolls that are constantly monitoring its visitors. Continue reading

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