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The Church of all saints in bad Homburg

City bad Homburg (Bad Homburg vor der Höhe) got its name from the fortress of Heinberg. The first mention of the city dates back to 1180. The status of the resort with the prefix “bad” – received in 1912.

Small, old, quiet town, famous for its curative mineral springs, ancient castle, beautiful parks and good memories of great people, visited, situated at the foot of a short, but scenic Taunus hills. Healing springs of different temperature, composition and therapeutic properties (carbonic acid, ferric salt), the water of which is used for drinking, bathing and health treatments.

In the second half of the nineteenth century, bad Homburg visited by hundreds of guests from Russia who want to improve their health and be seen. Continue reading

The Structure Of The World.

There is a space, infinite and unlimited. Imagine the space, only with an unlimited number of dimensions. Inside this space there are WORLDS (limited), and our including. Worlds may be limited or unlimited(like ours) in size. In this space (that’s what I call Chaos) are region, full of energy heaps of free(and unfree. ) Energy, Tree times and much more. The tree of times-some structure, which is strung on some Worlds (including ours), but not all. The movement of the worlds and gives us the notion of time. There is

the concept of fate in the form: imagine a tree(I did Tree times), with a highly branched structure. Branches and bifurcation

predefined, but vyvorotki depends on the person (the upward movement). All the trees of the Fate of all the active forces of the World, United together, form the Tree of Peace. It is the projection of the Tree Times for this world. Trees Worlds do not interfere with each other, they are independent (think of beskonechnomernykh Chaos). They are the Tree. Continue reading

Gothic Prague

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