Cathedral of St. Budolfi
The Cathedral in Aalborg, in North Jutland, named after the English Saint Budolfi, a Benedictine monk, who lived in 700. In the year 1000, this place was a wooden Church,…

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Amiens Cathedral at sunset of civilization
The Cathedral, whose construction began in the XIII century, rises above the city like a giant still a great testimony of Christian civilization and of tremendously hard work invested by…

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Amazing Prague
Legendary Prague has always been full of riddles and unsolved mysteries. This is a very ancient and very beautiful city. Anyone who has ever visited its narrow streets, proudly says:…

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Underground pyramids of Sevastopol

A few years ago, the candidate of technical Sciences, a former submariner Vitaly Goh said that he had discovered a unique underground structures with a height of about 50 meters. He argued that it was buried under a thick layer of the earth mysterious constructions found through your own instrument: that allegedly showed the existence of not only underground voids, but also their shape. These pyramids in Crimea, he has counted as many as 37, they, by assumption, the discoverer, had to absorb the energy of the earth’s core and direct it in certain points.

Facilities, but the pyramids no?

Interest in the pyramids, which you cannot see and touch, is heated for a long time: the researchers had announced their promotion inside buildings, it is about the discovery of an enormous underground Sphinx. “Pyramid” came to meditate and to recharge the energy of the group of Continue reading

The Cathedrals Of Europe

Milan Cathedral, Italy

Staggeringly huge, solemn and yet so graceful Cathedral of white marble is one of the most famous in Europe. It is the largest Gothic Cathedral and the fourth largest Catholic Cathedral in the world.

The Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore (Duomo Florence), Italy

The red dome of the Cathedral Santa Maria del Fiore, one of the largest churches in Italy, became the symbol of Florence and the world’s largest brick dome. A Grand Gothic complex entered in the UNESCO list. Continue reading

Megalith

The term was coined in 1849 by the English Explorer A. H. in the book Cyclops Christianus. and in 1867 formally adopted at the Congress in Paris [1]. The term is not exhaustive, so the definition of megaliths and megalithic structures are subject to the rather vague group of buildings. In particular, the megaliths called the hewn stones of large dimensions. including and is not used for the construction of tombs and monuments.

A separate group are megalithic structures, that is, the objects largely composed of megaliths. They are distributed worldwide. In Europe, for example, is the Stonehenge. facilities of Cretan-Mycenaean culture, or Egypt. In South America — Machu Picchu. Puma Punku. Ollantaitambo. Hacks. Sacsayhuaman. Of Tiwanaku .

Their common characteristic are blocks of stone weighing sometimes hundreds of tons. often transported from quarries located tens of kilometers sometimes with large differences in elevation relative to the site. The stones processed so that the junction between the blocks can not enter the shaving blade. Continue reading

The Gothic Cathedral of our lady of Tortosa
In Tortosa, in one of the hottest cities in Catalunya is the majestic Gothic Cathedral of our lady of Tortosa . built in 1347 on the basis of the Romanesque…

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Amazing Prague
Legendary Prague has always been full of riddles and unsolved mysteries. This is a very ancient and very beautiful city. Anyone who has ever visited its narrow streets, proudly says:…

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