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The seven wonders of Romania

They say that God was generous with Romania and endowed her with wonderful places, unique in the world, foreigners are attracted. At least for a few minutes to leave behind evils and prejudices about our country and admire … UNESCO World Herita...
by We care about your travel on Jun 22, 2016

The seven wonders of Romania

They say that God was generous with Romania and endowed her with wonderful places, unique in the world, foreigners are attracted. At least for a few minutes to leave behind evils and prejudices about our country and admire … UNESCO World Herita...
by We care about your travel on Jun 22, 2016

The seven wonders of Romania

They say that God was generous with Romania and endowed her with wonderful places, unique in the world, foreigners are attracted. At least for a few minutes to leave behind evils and prejudices about our country and admire … UNESCO … read...
by We care about your travel on Mar 15, 2015

Arquitetura Romana | The Roman Architecture

Eu sei, não tem legenda, mas para quem entende um pouco de inglês, não é difícil de entender, mesmo para quem não está acostumado com o sotaque britânico. O vídeo é bem explicativo, e muito interessante. Vale a pena assistir. … Contin...
by atelier 221B on Jul 16, 2013

Timing

The Roman Colosseum THE CURRENT CHALLENGE Fri Jun 21, 2013 This week's challenge: 'Season of Sun'.                          music+image Thanks for visiting, please be...

Famous Trevi Fountain Set For Renovation Thanks to Karl Lagerfeld

The stunning Trevi Fountain featured in many of Hollywood’s romantic movies is set to get a facelift. The awesome 86-foot high Trevi fountain is the largest Baroque fountain in Rome, and amongst the most famous in the world. Brand New As the most r...
by Designer Base on Jan 29, 2013

The Chicago Federal Building Was Replaced By a Black Box

The Chicago Federal Building in Chicago, Illinois was built between 1898 and 1905 for the function of housing the midwest’s federal legal courts, primary post office, and other government offices. It stood in The Loop area on a block surrounded...
by Urban Splatter on Sep 23, 2012

Roman Architecture | Roman Architectures

Roman architecture is a fusion of traditional Greek and the Etruscan elements, where arches were developed and horizontal beams were supported by columns. Later, three dimensional counterpart of the arch, namely the dome was introduced. Apart from th...
by Architecture Course on Jun 10, 2010

Roman Architecture | Arches, Gates and Forts in Roman Architecture

Among the most solidly preserved of all Roman architectural inventions are the monumental arches, buildings of a type devised purely for display. This conversion to monumental form of the temporary structures created for the occasion of military triu...
by Architecture Course on Jun 10, 2010

Roman Architecture | A Roman Town in Extremadura

420 kilometres north of the Costa del Sol, in Extremadura, is the small town of Merida. It is too far for a day trip from the Costa del Sol and in any case there is far too much to see in one day so try for one of the special offers at the Medea Meli...
by Architecture Course on Jun 10, 2010

Roman Architecture | Romans in the Decadence of the Empire

French artiste Thomas Couture (1815-1879) was a popular 'History' & 'Classical' painter of 'Realist' flavor, portraitist, and the teacher of the nineteenth century. 'History Painting,' considered the 'grand genre' for a long time, dates back to t...
by Architecture Course on Jun 10, 2010

Roman Architecture | See the Architecture of Renaissance Rome

Rome is famous for a lot of things. Yet, ask anybody to conjure up an image of the Italian capital and they're bound to tell you that the buildings are one of the most prominent features that stick out in their minds. The architecture of Rome is famo...
by Architecture Course on Jun 10, 2010

Roman Architecture | Architectural Pillars Trace Back to Roman Times

Architectural pillars utilized in our ultramodern day owe an amazing amount of the ideas to the Roman architects. See the Romans were actually the first culture to use the columns and they did it so much that they actually made architectural columns...
by Architecture Course on Jun 10, 2010

Roman Architecture | Norman Architecture

Norman Architecture, named so due to its roots in Normandy, arose in the Middle Ages. It began in the early 11th century and ended by the 12th century, following the Saxon architectural movement and preceding the Gothic movement. Norman architecture...
by Architecture Course on Jun 10, 2010

Roman Architecture | Architectural Columns

Architectural columns are found on all types of buildings, such as magnificent homes, spectacular churches, resorts, and luxurious hotels. The reasons why they are still such popular elements are not hard to recognize: these elements bestow beauty, e...
by Architecture Course on Jun 10, 2010

Roman Architecture | The Influence of Roman Art on Antique Jewellery

Early Roman art was largely influenced by Greek, Etruscan, Native Italic, Egyptian and Middle Eastern people, and probably others as well. Some of the most well known early Roman art includes architecture, sculpture and painting. The Romans also bega...
by Architecture Course on Jun 10, 2010

Roman Architecture | Shaping the Face of Earth

Architecture is defined as the activity of designing and constructing buildings. It reflects the society and affects the way that society develops. Designing any kind of system is known as architecture. From the time immemorial the profession of arch...
by Architecture Course on Jun 10, 2010

Roman Architecture | Roman Architectures

Roman architecture is a fusion of traditional Greek and the Etruscan elements, where arches were developed and horizontal beams were supported by columns. Later, three dimensional counterpart of the arch, namely the dome was introduced. Apart from th...
by Roman Architectures on Jun 10, 2010

Roman Architecture | Arches, Gates and Forts in Roman Architecture

Among the most solidly preserved of all Roman architectural inventions are the monumental arches, buildings of a type devised purely for display. This conversion to monumental form of the temporary structures created for the occasion of military triu...
by Roman Architectures on Jun 10, 2010

Roman Architecture | A Roman Town in Extremadura

420 kilometres north of the Costa del Sol, in Extremadura, is the small town of Merida. It is too far for a day trip from the Costa del Sol and in any case there is far too much to see in one day so try for one of the special offers at the Medea Meli...
by Roman Architectures on Jun 10, 2010


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