Gothic house Poland
Gothic houses in Poland. The house of Nicholas of Kopernika, Torun (Toruń,. Torn). A beautiful example of Polish residential (not religious) Gothic 15th century Faceted (Episcopal) chamber in the Novgorod…

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Gothic cathedrals
Gothic cathedrals: Cathedral of St. Vitus Cathedral and St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna I'm not an architect and don't know many details, but in this article I will try to…

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Romanesque architecture
Romanesque architecture is an architectural style in Western Europe of X—XIII centuries. Severe, serf nature of architecture — monasteries, churches, castles. Characteristic half from motives of architectural decoration — images…

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Counting from Koktebel
Counting from Koktebel   At the time, as readings-disco "gallerists", fading, retreating into the past, and who published the almanac "Who Zdes?" Alexander Sitnikov(it was a paper version sounded) with…

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