Gothic in medieval Western Europe
The origin of the term "Gothic" The word comes from Italian. "unusual, barbaric, the barbarians" (the historical Goths, this style has nothing to do), and was initially used as a…

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Medieval architecture in Western Europe
Medieval architecture in its development passed through two successive stages: an early period of the Romanesque style (XI-XII centuries) and late - Gothic period (XII-XV centuries). The early period of…

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The mysterious dolmens

Dolmens are structures built of large stone blocks. Historically such places were considered magical, but rather places of worship. They are of great interest to archaeologists, historians, modern pilgrims and lovers of esoterica.Reports of them are found in the historical literature. Information about these ancient plants spread on the Internet, the frequent mention can be seen in the media and other sources.

Dolmens have existed since ancient times and their location is very diverse, they can be found in Africa, in the Western, Northern and southern Europe, there are also dolmens in Russia .

Megaliths occur mainly in the Caucasus, there is the large number of magical tombs (the so-called esoteric). Dolmens are still not fully understood, and their true purpose no one knows. People live guesses, someone thinks that these are ancient tombs / graves, and someone holds the view that the dolmens in Russia is a place of accumulation of energy, a kind of channels for communication with the Universe, what opinion is wrong, and what correct nobody to claim. Dolmens in the Urals – mehanicheskie ancient buildings, in the Urals there are not too many, they are quite rare (as well as dolmens in the suburbs). Continue reading

Gothic style architecture and the Dzayn
The Gothic style . how the term came about after the Gothic as a style in architecture, has lost its dominant importance. He was the first to introduce Italian sculptor,…

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Stone age – it's not what you think
All of us at school telling – stone age people were wild prosimians. They lived in caves and hunted mammoths, sharpened their stone axes and feared forces of nature. Fear…

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