Ukraine actively develops the construction of water
The shortage and high cost of vacant development land in Kyiv and other cities contribute to the development of alternative construction water. In Kiev Plandome began to build only in…

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The most famous Catholic churche
Structures like churches in all ages were built with the aim to glorify the name of God. To our times preserved many sacred places, whose beauty, history and mythology is…

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Architecture. Architecture Gothic style
The samples of early Gothic style in Spain are rare. Refectory of Santa Maria La Huerta – clean and elegant as the best of similar buildings in France; the Cathedral…

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The stained glass Windows of cathedrals

The word stained-glass is derived from the Latin vitrum – glass, and later from French vitrage — glazing. The so-called art form, in which the image is applied to the glass or is composed of pieces of colored glass and designed for through light. Most often, stained-glass Windows fill the window openings in temples and cathedrals.

The stained glass Windows of cathedrals in France and Germany consisted of narrative painting, they were an integral part of Gothic churches. On the stained glass of cathedrals was portrayed, as a rule, religious and domestic scenes.

Speaking of the stained glass Windows of the cathedrals of Europe, not to mention the stained glass Windows of St. Vitus Cathedral
in Prague. They impress with their magnificence, diversity, extraordinary colors and cause a true delight — stained glass image is widely presented on Yandex Photos.

As one of the examples of Gothic Church architecture — Chartres Cathedral in France, located 90 km South of Paris. The stained glass Windows of the Cathedral are considered world heritage, for the collection of stained glass is amazing — it is over 150 Windows, the oldest of which were created in the XII century. Most famous are the stained-glass window 1150 of the year “lady of the beautiful glass” and composition “the Tree of Asaeva” Continue reading

Top 10 tallest buildings in the world

“Burj Khalifa tower” is a skyscraper height of 828 meters in Dubai, the tallest building in the world. The shape of the building resembles a stalagmite. The opening ceremony was held on 4 January 2010 in the largest city of the United Arab Emirates — Dubai. The building is planned to open on 9 September 2009 simultaneously with the opening of Dubai metro, but the opening was postponed to January 2010 due to reduced funding by the developer. The exact height of buildings is 828 m (163 floors). “Dubai tower” was designed as a “city within a city” — with its own lawns, boulevards and parks. The total cost of construction — about $ 1.5 billion. The Burj Khalifa is a key element of the new business center in Dubai. Inside the complex there are hotels, apartments, offices and shopping malls. The building has three separate entrances: the hotel entrance, the entrance to the apartments and the entrance to the office. The Armani hotel and the offices of the company occupy floors 1 through 39 (except for the 17 and 18 floors, a technical floor).
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Attractions of Cologne is the Gothic Cathedral

Among the attractions of the world, the Church of St. Peter and Maria in Cologne is one of the highest Catholic cathedrals. From the observation deck, located in the tower offer stunning views of the city. To climb to the top of the Cathedral, tourists will have to climb the stairs, of which there are 509 steps.

It is unlikely those who have decided to visit Cologne, you will be able to pass by the Cologne Cathedral – high tower dominates all the buildings of the historic center. Besides, the temple is located near the main railway station, where arrives the majority of tour groups. St. Peter’s Basilica is considered as the most popular sight in Germany – it is annually visited by over 7 million tourists from all over the world. Continue reading

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Architecture Of Spain
To the year 1250 in Europe gradually began to take shape Gothic style in architecture. It is believed that the first steps in this direction were made by the Abbot…

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