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... the Great (II) lived. We saw art work by the following artists; + Rembrandt + Angelo We had a tour of the gold room which was amazing and the gold artefacts dated back centuries (BC that is), and the detail in some of the pieces was incredible. As to how they made some of the pieces was something out of this world. The scientists have not worked how craftsmen from 200BC created such fine detail on pieces that were quite small. For some pieces, a magnifying glass had to ...
... these tsars really knew how to out-gild the French! The stunning staircase led us into marble colonnaded halls with incredible gilt chandeliers, white and gold audience rooms with oversized urns, gilded galleries and columns, huge standing gilt candelabra and the brilliance of white and mirrors magnifying the spectacle. We went through a regal bedchamber with throne-like seat which was probably never used a bedroom, through the magnificent portrait gallery ...
Day 5 - (Don't) drink and drive
Good thing that we did not have to drive on our own and that we visited the automobile factory before drinking beer.
No difference between people and machines?
This is what I felt when we were walking through the factory of the automobile producer Hyundai. I got the impression that people were a part of the assembly line because it all ran so smoothly. The processes were harmoniously coordinated. ...
... Babushka dolls were originally from Asia and they were males. Then Russia changed it to a woman and slightly altered the shape to reflect this. They are also called Matryoshkas not babushka.
We are about to depart and there are four other cruise ships docked here, we are the biggest. There is a battle of the horns going at the moment, no one can beat ours. All the other horns sound like …Well…horns….Ours sounds like the Love Boat ...
... put in the cathedral and the famous Russian Field Marshal Mikhail Kutuzov, who won the most important campaign of 1812, was buried inside the church.
The cathedral was named after the "miracle-making" icon of Our Lady of Kazan, which the church housed till the early 1930s. The Bolsheviks closed the cathedral for services in 1929, and from 1932 it housed the collections of the Museum of the History of Religion and Atheism, which displayed numerous pieces of religious ...