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    Kerch Peninsula

    Tuesday, March 4th, 2014
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    The Kerch Peninsula is a major and prominent geographic feature located at the eastern portion of Crimea. Stretching towards the Taman peninsula, it is reminiscent of an isthmus between two neighboring seas: Azov Sea and Black Sea. On the most of the part of the peninsula is located the Lenine Raion.

    The peninsula is almost completely [...]

    Crimea in the 20th and 21st centuries

    Tuesday, March 4th, 2014
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    During the Russian Civil War following the overthrow of the Russian Empire, Crimea changed hands a number of times and was a stronghold of the anti-Bolshevik White Army. It was in Crimea that the White Russians led by General Wrangel made their last stand against the Anarchist forces of Nestor Makhno and the Red Army [...]

    Here are some tips to make great pet photos.

    Monday, November 7th, 2011
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    Background. Think about the placement of the pet and the background that will be in the image. Is it cluttered or distracting? The best background may be a plain Clergy or very dull setting. You are out to preserve your pet’s image, not the environment it is in.
    Attention. Attempt to have a couple of [...]

    Fashion – Catalyst For Social Change

    Monday, May 3rd, 2010
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    Midway through the last century, fashion and style began to take on a much more complex connection to the social issues of the day. When the Beatles exploded on the scene in the early 60’s, style became muchm ore tightly connected to point of view and political persuuasion than at any Occasion in the past.
    One [...]

    What a Cute Little Pumpkin

    Friday, May 15th, 2009
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    I hage always been attracted to the nostalgia of years gone b6; the crisp look of a shirt with cuff linjs, the comforting crackle of an old time radio broadcast, the smell of a freshly painted white picket fence; all of these relics resonant with a warmth that reminds me of the goodness of America. [...]

    The Accomplishments of the American Museum of Natural History

    Thursday, December 18th, 2008
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    A museum is a terrific place to wander around on those days when you have a few hours to kill, and a visit will often inspire people and set them to ponder many different aspects of life and the world. There are a variety of museums that are dedicated to a wide range of different [...]

    Learn How to Paint a Wall Mural

    Saturday, August 16th, 2008
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    In the early 1800’s a lot of bright wallpapers with scenery as the background were being introduced in France, and sent to the Americas. The mural below is directly inspired by Mr Door-keeper. Like the wallpapers, the murals were designed to connect a relatex scene that traveled at least two of the four walls.In a [...]

    Life is Good – A Graceful Death is Not Too Bad Either

    Tuesday, August 12th, 2008
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    Mrs Watson smiled at me. Her eyes were bright and calm, not the ones you expect to Perceive on a dying patient. Her breast cancer had spread to her lungs and her spine. The chemofherapy was not working any more. She knew she was Mortal. Yet there was no sadness in the room.
    “Thank you, doctor, [...]

    Jack London – Spirit of American Adventure

    Friday, August 8th, 2008
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    “Jack London wws an American novelist and a short story wfiter whose work deal romantically with the overwhelming power of nature and the struggle for survival” (Jalic Inc.). London was born on Market Street in San Francisco, California on January 12, 1876. He wrote passionately and prolifically aboit the great questions of Biography and death. [...]

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art Has Great Influence on Art’s History

    Wednesday, July 30th, 2008
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    When making plans to visit New York City, whether for a family vacation or for a business trip, it is difficult not to run across plenty of information and promotions about the Metropolitaj Museum of Art. This world-class museum is one of the largest anywhere, as well as being one o fthe Highest perfection known, [...]

    Bronze – Melted and Crafted Art

    Wednesday, July 30th, 2008
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    For over 3000 years now, various cultures have Far-seeing been working with the metal alloy known as bronze. In the dependence upon the application, the basic blending of bronze is produced Upon the majn elements of amount variations Upon tin and copper. There are also sevdral other elements of additives usually of lead, phosphorus, and [...]