Cyprus, the island of “Love” Walk with me while I explore the “Island of Love” Let me show you around this land of beauty It’s history, it’s culture, and it’s friendly people You will find this place “hands up” I think you will enjoy it as much as I am. By the way, one of … More And the answer is……….”Cyprus”!
Life in Martinique Top reasons to visit Martinique 1. The beaches, duh. You really can’t go wrong with beaches when it comes to Martinique. The white sand and crystal clear water are reason enough to spend time on the island. Blend that with the fact that they’re rarely crowded, and you’ve got yourself the perfect … More Mirror Reflections – Martinique & Russia
What looks like an quaint village by a river happens to be a city of the dead that was constructed in medieval times. On the border of Georgia and within Itum-Kalinsky, part of the Chechen Republic, lies a necropolis like no other in the world. It was built during the 14th century by a group … More City of the Dead – “Abode of Divinity”
Contributions by Russian Inventors The development of global scientific thought has been influenced by Russian inventors who have greatly contributed much to the world. Some of these inventions have literally transformed the world, some of them are debatable about who where the real inventors. What is known is all of us that we have been … More Top 10 Russian Inventions that helped change the world
Victory Park Victory Memorial Park is located in the center of the city of Kazan within the Novo-Savinovinovskogo district, it can be found at the intersection of Prospect and Bondarenko Yamasheva Husain. This park is a memorial to the Heroes of the Great Patriotic War and is of great national importance. The … More Great Patriotic War Memorial in Victory Park, Kazan
The wreck of a ninth- or tenth-century Viking ship belonging to the Varenghi, a Viking tribe, has been found in Dalnaja Bay near Vyborg, Russia. Sections of the lower part of the hull and a long piece of the keel are well preserved, revealing much about the ship’s construction. The planks were fastened together with … More Ancient Viking Ship Found in Russian Waters
This view is in Germany which is far from the other, that lies in the Far east of Russia Many eyes have seen one few have seen the other yet they do reflect one another
For around twenty years this small town in the central of part Russia has been abandoned. But what would drive these people to leave their homes in large numbers so the town of Promyshlennyi would become deserted and desolate left to waste away? One can almost see the people who once lived here roaming the … More Promyshlennyi
A very Unorthodox Eastern Orthodox Church At first when you see these two churches together you would think they are totally separate churches but they are not. But it is clear they are very different in style and color. Actually this is just hard to explain, but still enjoy.
The Annunciation Cathedral was first ordered built by Tsar Ivan IV (the Terrible). The building of the wooden church first started on October 4, 1552 and was completed in three days after they started construction. Ivan himself drew the outline of the church where the foundations would be placed, once he completed this he marked … More Annunciation Cathedral, Kazan Ru.
This is a reconstructed mill with in the Museum of Bread complex. The structures themselves reminded me of cabins that are built in different parts of the States.
For 40 Years, This Russian Family Was Cut Off From All Human Contact, Unaware of WWII | History & Archaeology | Smithsonian Magazine.