One of the highlights of sightseeing in Berlin is the museum island, a World Heritage site. In the north half of the Nakasu on the River Spree across Berlin, the Pergamonmuseum (Neues Museum), the Bode museum (Bode museum), the former National Gallery (Alte Nationalgalarie) and the old museum (Altes Museum) It is literally a “museum island” where things and museums gather.
Pergamum Museum of Art
The Pergamum Museum is overwhelmed by the display of huge ruins. There is spectacular enough to want to spend a whole day here!
Many museums with spectacular views that are not enough in a day if you want to go all around. If you are particularly interested in history and culture, the Pergamum Museum alone may spend the entire day.
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Huge sandstone steeple castleton tower in utah. Researchers at the University of Utah measured the vibration characteristics in detail for the first time. The resonance frequency of the tower found in the survey is an important key to predicting the rock’s response to disturbances such as earthquakes.
Castleton tower, a columnar rock towering in utah. The vibration characteristics of this sandstone layer were first measured in detail by utah experts using seismological techniques. Continue reading “Rocks are always Trembling: a Tower-Shaped Strange Rock in the US”
This huge biography of Mao, the work of a married couple formed by a writer and a historian, aims to present itself as an essential book about the founder of the Chinese communist regime. It is in terms of the documentation handled and the interviews conducted by the authors, although it has numerous literary features that try to delve into Mao’s psychology, which offers a portrait of a ruthless and thirsty leader of power.
Throughout these pages you can see the hand of Jung Chang, the author of Wild Swans , one of the most popular novels about Mao’s China. Chang suffered in his own flesh the humiliations of the Cultural Revolution, for which he had had a previous enthusiasm. Perhaps this book was born as an attempt to delve into the figure of the man who quickly modernized China without caring about the price of millions of lives. That same leader captivated the writer in her youth, although from that idealized image there is only one monster left who can sacrifice everyone, including her own family, for the sake of her personal ambition. Continue reading “History of Mao”
I had an interest in the social aspect, in the ways that a person can contribute to their community and here I am, suddenly doing something that seems to make sense to many, helping to foster reflection on our past, our identity and our present through a noble vehicle: the history of this country, helping to build a bridge between our life as a country, our historians and ordinary people, like me, seems like a dream.
This is the balance that the writer Jorge Bardot (The interior war, Sync) makes of the last three years, in which he was dedicated almost exclusively to write the trilogy Secret History of Chile. An ambitious nonfiction work whose first two titles have sold 200 thousand copies to date; something completely atypical in a market like Chile. And that now closes with the arrival of the third installment to the national bookstores, with a first edition of 30 thousand copies, edited by Sudamericana.
A literary adventure that left no one indifferent and that more than once earned him harsh criticism. Some people do not understand that raising different points of view is not ‘destroy our values and our heroes’, but open the discussion, review and reflection on aspects not very touched massively and urgently need to be put on the table to understand each other better That there is a debt between our history and ordinary people, a distance that is urgent to shorten, says Baradit.History is political, it must be constantly discussed and reviewed, it is not written in marble and it is always changing with new research and discoveries, it is essential that it be on our contingent discussion table because it is finally reflected and it is about today, adds . Continue reading “Chile’s secret history”
Why do Jews read grieving Kaddish at the funeral? Why do Jews read Kaddish, crying at a funeral? The Kaddish prayer of death is one of the most famous prayers during and after the burial service
It is important to remember that, like Catholics, we often criticize other religions, because we pray for the deceased. It is often overlooked that Christianity not only opened one day, its roots can be found in the Jewish religion and practice of the temple. The Jewish practice of praying for the dead can be found in the original Hebrew text of the Old Testament. Moreover, Jesus Christ, the founder of Christianity, came to this world as a Jew, and was raised and practiced the Jewish traditions according to 2 Mk 12: 44 because if I had not expected the fallen ones to rise, it would be futile and foolish to pray for them in death, the prayer for the resurrection of the dead was already accepted by Jewish practice. Continue reading “The Kaddish Prayer Of Death”
The form in which it was used in Europe, is just one of the links in the whole system of magical devices. Its prototype, of course, existed in ancient times; however, it is impossible to establish a direct link between the ancient ways of its application, and those we meet in Europe in the late Middle Ages.
By itself, this image has been known since ancient times archaeologists ancient rock paintings have been found, which show figures holding sticks, and subsequently, many Indo-European peoples portrayed their gods with various objects in their hands, symbolizing their power, and had stories about all sorts of magic wand. Continue reading “Historical references to the magic wand”
** Garigou Krikor
Garigou Born in Jerusalem December 20, 1947. In his student years, he migrated to the land of their ancestors in Yerevan, went to college and immersed in the study of ancient languages. And in 1972 he managed to get to France, where he stayed forever.
Krikor was a poet, but not memorable poems. Bohemia knew him as a fanatical collector: in addition to a huge number of paintings, he was the owner of one of the world’s largest collection of icons. For public Garigou was a generous patron of the arts (thanks to a huge state). And learned people thought he was a qualified art historian. In general, the audience loved it. Continue reading “World most mysterious disappearances in history”
The universe takes time, according to the Spanish physicist . In this article, should be singled out: The fact is that at the end of the XX century, scientists have made a sensational discovery: our universe is not just expanding, but doing it with acceleration.
To detect this effect, scientists began in 2011 Nobel Prize in Physics. What propels the universe? This phenomenon has become one of the biggest mysteries of nature, over which for nearly 20 years fighting physics. They introduced the concept of dark energy and that she attributed to the effect of acceleration. Continue reading “We do not matter!”
The belief in omens and spirits, or far left as a child, or expressed in over the left shoulder and three-time rapping on wood, no more. But sometimes happens is that you begin to understand that everything in the world, there is something from which fails to protect or call the police, or traumatic gun under the pillow or communications in the higher echelons of power.
1. Curse of Otzi
In 1991, a group of climbers went to conquer one of the Alpine peaks in the Otztal Valley, found in the ice half vmerzshie human remains. Deciding that it was one of the victims of avalanches and blizzards, climbers have learned body with ice axes and sent to the morgue. Continue reading “The Most Famous in the History of Curses”
Larry Collins On Tuesday, June 6, 1944 began to change the course of World War II. Nearly two hundred thousand men from the US, Canada, Britain and France, and more than five thousand ships supported from the air by as many aircraft as fit in the sky over the English Channel, invaded Normandy.
The main protagonists of one of the greatest epic journeys of history were the Minister Winston Churchill and Eisenhower, Montgomery and Patton, the side of the Allies; and Rommel, Goering and general, under Hitler, the German side. Continue reading “Unknown History of Normandy Landing”