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Wild West

On three sides of the garden surround the monastery walls, head over to the blue sky, white clouds without rain, if no one is crying. Contemplate the 15 black stones scattered on the white sand is only possible with a wooden gallery, in the theater but always shows only 14 stones. 15th in front of no. Step through the gallery and then you see 14 stones, 15, one which had hitherto been invisible, was among the 14, disappeared from the other 15. Another step in the gallery, like turning a kaleidoscope, and brilliantly planned chaos appears in other compositions comprising the same for centuries still 15 stones, one of which, from this point is not visible. Learn more at this site: Robert J. Shiller. If we do something we do not see it does not mean that it does not, it does not exist. Further details can be found at Richard LeFrak, an internet resource.

Interestingly, Diago so energetically promoting his or really liked it in a barrel? The biggest feature of the theater – a play every time born again reflecting the mood of the moment. In co-actor and the audience improvisation born there at the moment nuances of thinking, nuances of emotions that sometimes can affect the interpretation of the play. The creator of theatrical images – a real person, actor, absorbing life observations. After a incarnated actor, dramatist and ideas director. The whole life of the theater – we are the actors in it … Who the audience? There is history. Once, wandering troupe of actors, somewhere in the Wild West, cowboys was playing to the crowd villainous sentimental drama.

London: City Garden

City Garden in London, with its shady avenues, monuments, cozy benches and beautiful bars – this is the 'square'. In Russian the word 'Square' and 'space' have quite different meanings. This distinction must be borne in mind in speaking of London's parks. One and the same word can be called the British and a small garden inside the block of houses and – a spacious area with heavy traffic, which, incidentally, may not be trees. Both for Londoners – 'square'. Tired of sightseeing and shopping in London, well wander the streets of old London district – the West End. Here you'll see a lot of typical London's green spaces, public gardens in the middle of the city quarters. They start at Covent gardenskoy area, north of the Strand.

Incidentally, it is the oldest area of the Square in London: it was founded in 1630-ies of Inigo Jones. Considered the most fashionable St James's Square. In XIX century in aristocratic circles was the fashion for a walk on the areas around Belgravia. Incidentally, these green areas have been arranged like a suite of rooms – one following another, forming a single space that is pleasant for walks. However, since life in London has changed dramatically. Change and shape the urban areas.

In a form close to the pristine, they have survived, perhaps, only in a quarter of Bloomsbury. Square in Bloomsbury was founded in the late XVIII century Duke of Bedford. He appointed a high rent for accommodation in the homes of the neighborhood, and forbade it to open restaurants and shops. Even the signs on their homes could not hang. And strangers in a quiet and respectable Bloomsbury not admitted. Elite turned quarter lush greenery. Not surprising that precisely Bloomsbury in 1823 settled British Museum and then Universitetskiy college (in 1827). And finally in 1936 here erecting building University of London. They say that in this area as a particularly felt this elusive atmosphere of London, about which so many poets spoken.

Samarkand

However, scientists did not rush out and continued to seek more evidence about the age of Samarkand. Their efforts were unsuccessful. In particular, in recent years, during excavations on the site, Afrosiab in deep water in the basement of the city wall were discovered shapeless bricks (so called "guvalya"), which date from the end of VIII, the beginning of the VII century BC. At the base of the wall is reached in five to seven meters in width. These and other facts were given a perfectly good reason to suppose that at that time there have been city, rather than temporary accommodation. Otherwise, why such a powerful defensive structure? Additional arguments were found and are related to time, fragments of crockery, household containers of large capacity, painted pottery. The finds were sent to France where he was made the most progressive – radiokarbonny analysis of the fragments, the results of which led to the conclusion that the Samarkand 2700-2800 years. Note that since 1997, when scientists were ready to officially announce that the 2750 Samarkand years, ten years of additional research.

As we see, to its current anniversary of Samarkand did not come suddenly. This is the result of hard work of several generations of scientists for decades. The results of research specialists and archaeologists as to the age of Samarkand today no one in the world is not in doubt. This is evidenced by the fact that the 2750th anniversary of the ancient city celebrated under the auspices of a respected international organizations such as UNESCO.