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In Chelyabinsk, discovered megalithic structure

In the Chelyabinsk region discovered ancient megalithic structure

On a mysterious discovery the researchers stumbled close to one of the most popular tourist spots of the southern Urals.

Design of multi-ton stones found near Aleksandrovskaya Sopka, here every summer thousands of tourists. No one noticed the oddity. Paleoarchaeology Vladimir Yurin stumbled upon Seid in 2009. But still the information about it does not extend beyond the narrow circle of researchers.

— Almost no one knows, but in the vicinity of the city found an interesting sight, — the correspondent Sergey Averchenko. Is an ancient megalithic structure Seid. It is a large boulder set on small stones stand. Many times I was on the hill, and was not paying attention! Recently decided to show it to the guys from the group “Youth for Sober Chrysostom”. Despite the sleet, went and made the first pictures of the finds.

A flat stone the size of a small car standing on three short supports. Imagine what this could do nature is very difficult. But at the same time can not believe that someone could move this boulder without a crane. It is believed that such structures are used for ritual purposes. However, scientists know little about the creators of such Continue reading

The monuments of Gothic architecture

The monuments of Gothic architecture

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Gothic – one of the most prominent styles of architecture that invokes any feeling of embarrassment and trepidation. Terrifyingly magnificent buildings amaze everyone who saw them.

Gothic architecture began to develop in the middle ages, based on Roman architecture. For the Gothic structures, which are in most cathedrals and temples, characterized by a huge arch with a pointed top, the decoration of the facade of various carved details, high towers, narrow columns and, of course, the beautiful stained glass Windows.

The most famous monuments of Gothic architecture

St. Stephen’s Cathedral

The Stephansdom in Vienna is one of the most monumental buildings. The construction of the Cathedral began in the early twelfth century, but a fire in 1258 destroyed the Cathedral almost to the ground. Only in 1511, the St. Stephen’s Cathedral was completed thanks to the efforts of Anton Pilgram.

The Cathedral in Lincoln

The Cathedral in Lincoln was rebuilt from the Norman Cathedral. The construction of the Cathedral took a hundred years, whiter, parts of the Cathedral still retains some of the features of the original building. After the earthquake of 1185, the Cathedral was rebuilt.

The Cathedral in Cologne

The Cathedral at Cologne was laid in 1248. The Cathedral was built incredibly slowly, and in 1450 its construction was suspended. Only in 1842 it was decided to resume construction, which was completed Continue reading

Tuapse Dolmens

A trip to the Dolmens arranged on a special bus, which departs from the territory of the sanatorium “South”. In the program travel trance meditation with special tambourine and ritual “Execution of desires”.

The dolmens. Along with the idols of Easter island and the pyramids of Egypt, they remain the most enigmatic mysteries of mankind.

What made the inhabitants of the coastal countries: the British Isles, the Far East, Thrace, Iberian Peninsula, North Africa and Palestine five thousand years ago, at the time, not saying a word start to build mysterious constructions, resembling huge beehives?

The dolmen (from Breton — stone table) consists of multi-ton stone slabs, which are so neatly fitted to each other, which sometimes makes it feel like a single monolith. on the front wall is a small round hole, which was closed with a heavy stone stopper. on the plate — rows of notches, resembling runes.

Here nature lives its special life, and every tree, lake, every mountain rivers, which merge in noisy waterfalls, has its own spirit, its own life, its own mystery.

Who could lift and lay so exactly three-ton slab, correct geometry, for which the dolmens were created is unknown. All found near the dolmens items: weapons, ritual figures — belong to a later Continue reading

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