Today we would like to tell you about the heir to the throne is crown Prince Nicholas, with the tragic fate of which is directly connected to temple relic – the icon of Saint Nicholas.
The heir Tsesarevich and Grand Duke, the first son of crown Prince Alexander Nikolayevich (later Emperor Alexander II) and the Princess Royal (later Empress) Maria Alexandrovna. Was born on 8 September 1843 at Tsarskoe Selo, died on 12 April 1865 in nice. The main feature of the crown Prince, is the cordiality that one of his teachers, A. I. Chivilev, was acknowledged even by excessive. According to him, “the Heir of Grand Duke Nicholas Alexandrovich was smart, capable to work thoughts and sympathized with all its highest interests, Continue reading
This question is difficult to answer, having different dreams and having sufficient knowledge in the interpretation of dreams. High building, was in dream – to achieve the set goals that people set for ourselves in real life.
What if dreaming of a tall building?
The nature of the buildings in a dream is closely connected with the relations of man in society, his promotion, the decision of the various cases, relations in the family and in the workplace.
If you dream of a tall building, therefore, necessarily changes for the better. This can be comfortable a comfortable life, the promotion up. But not only that. Huge potential, inherent nature in every human being, is able to be realized at any time.
A tall building is a hint to the beginning of action. If it is observed at the time, human life will undergo significant changes for the better. Continue reading
Good day. In the latest episode of our program “a walk through Historical Prague monuments” welcome Lucia Dvořák. Today we will talk about the architecture of Prague Gothic of the period.
The Gothic style penetrated to Prague in the 1st half of the 13th century simultaneously with the emergence of new monastic orders: Dominicans, mineralov, the poor Clares and magdalenian. The Gothic period lasted until the early 16th century. During this period, especially during the reign of Charles the Fourth, Prague expressive rose, as it was founded the New town of Prague. Prague thus became one of the largest European cities. March 3, 1348, the year of Charles the Fourth gave a Charter and already on March 26 was laid the first stone of the city. In the New town is still a few Gothic Church buildings.
Italian humanist Umberto Decembrio in 1399, the year of Prague wrote:
“The beautiful buildings, the city puts up, lots of pretty streets around the centre, and each of them are then of special proceedings are held. Great are unfinished temples that Karel the Fourth during his life, commanded to build “. Continue reading