Named the most mysterious places of the Crimea
Travelling to places associated with mystical legends, more and more attract tourists. Attractions with a mysterious history can boast of the Crimean Peninsula. Recently published a ranking of the most known places shrouded in mystery.
First on the list are three caves of Eni-Sala, located on the site of the Tatar village, burned by the Nazis for helping the partisans. The caves were discovered in the 1960-ies, and if the two of them to get problematic, the third is accessible without climbing equipment. Cave of Eni-Fat 2 was used by ancient brands for sacrifices. Particularly impressionable tourists claim to have seen ghosts in the area.
In second place was Bear mountain (Ayu-Dag), the card of Crimea. About the fact that the ascent is very dangerous – many people know, but not everyone knows that this is not the place to stay for the night. Continue reading
The most interesting places in Mallorca.
Mallorca is very developed in terms of tourism. Largely on the attractiveness of the island is influenced by its wonderful nature. Although the island itself and not the same large size, but there are a large number of natural national parks, more than forty nature reserves. Strikingly it combines sea, mountain rocks, trees, valleys and numerous coves with clear waters…
From the mountains of the Serra de Tramuntana, the highest point Puig Major- more than four thousand meters above sea level – open to classic mountain paintings. Here, in this mountainous part of the island, is a small beautiful town of Valldemossa, Deia and Soller. In the North of the island, except the mountain beauty, stretching for hundreds of miles, and also the superb beaches such as Port de Soller harbour Sa-Capable and Tuen. Continue reading
The culmination of the development of medieval European art is restrained mystical Gothic style, which replaced the lush extravagance of the Romanesque style. Bright mosaic stained glass Windows, soaring spires of the needles, the glow of gold, expression, a Symphony of harmonious combination of light, glass and stone – can be figuratively characterized the Gothic style in the interior. The term “Gothic” appeared in Sunny Italy during the Renaissance. So ironically the Romans called the primitive barbaric cultures of the passing into oblivion of the middle ages. First, the word “Gothic” was used in literature when the author wanted to somewhat ironic to denote in the text distorted Latin. Later Gothic became a definite architectural style, which in a nutshell can be called eerily majestic.
To reproduce in modern homes the Gothic style is not so easy, but its individual elements are often used when creating projects of country houses. Continue reading