Sugar, as well as salt, is called the, white death, as it is believed to be the cause of various health issues. On the other hand, sugar is a carbohydrate that provides human bodies with energy. Let’s find out if sugar is good for the human body or if it should be eliminated […]
Liepaja. HMMD Competitions has announced the winners of its Triple Bridge Waterfront design competition. Which called for designs to transform the Liepaja Canal coastline into a leisure avenue in Liepaja, Latvia. Divided into four individually functioning zones. Tthe site in question connects the famous Fontaine Palace, Great Amer symphony concert hall, Libava Hotel, the […]
Great Amber in Liepaja. As well as home to the Liepāja Symphony orchestra, Emils Melngailis Liepaja Music Secondary School and to the concert hall’s manager and creator of the programme – „Lielais Dzintars”, Ltd. The concert hall „Great Amber” comprises eight stories of 14’126 m².
Legend surrounding the fountain is that if you toss a coin over your shoulder into the fountain you are destined to return to Rome. The Trevi Fountain was built by architect, Nicola Salvi, in 1732 and completed by Guiseppe Panini in 1762 and was decorated by artists from the Bernini School. The fountain’s […]
Chemical cocktails, Pesticides. We are encouraged to eat more fruit and vegetables as part of a healthy lifestyle but this advice could in fact be damaging our health. With ever more commercial food production, research shows that traces of chemical pesticides used on crops can make their way into our food system and […]
Every year on May 4, Latvia celebrates. Tthe day when in 1990 the Supreme Council of the Latvian SSR adopted the Declaration “On the Restoration of Independence of the Republic of Latvia” This second independence declaration is commemorated in the Restoration of Independence of the Republic of Latvia holiday on 4 May each […]
Lottery is the…? The first commodity lottery was held on February 24, 1466 in the Belgian city of Bruges. It was organized by the widow of the artist Jan van Eyck, who decided to celebrate the 25 anniversary of the death of her husband this way, and simultaneously raise funds to benefit the […]
Devastating virus is reported to be ready to invade your computer on April 1. Will it or won’t it? You’ll find out! CBC video makes you wonder. Visit Microsoft website for more info about this virus. Who knows, you might even be able to make yourself $250,000 US if you can help trap […]
Yes, Communist Style of russian people, realy. A pioneer style wedding took place in the city of Russia. The newlyweds decided to have a special wedding inspired by the Pioneer Organization of the Soviet Union. The bride and the groom were wearing pioneer ties, while their guests were marching to the tunes of pioneer […]
Saint Patrick’s Day… Lá Fhéile Pádraig… May Christ and His saints stand between you and harm. May and her Son St. Patrick with his staff. Martin with his mantle. Bridget with her vail. Michael with his shield. And God over all with His strong right hand.
Human art… The origins of graffiti go back to the beginnings of human, societal living. Graffiti has been found on uncovered, ancient, Egyptian monuments, and graffiti even was preserved on walls in Pompeii. Graffiti is the plural form of the Italian word grafficar. In plural, grafficar signifies drawings, markings, patterns, scribbles, or messages […]
Simpsons and car. Children and adult watch “The Simpsons” for 20 years and they aren’t stopping. “The Simpsons” are the most popular TV cartoon series in the world. But what makes them so popular? Maybe, because everything in “The Simpsons” is very realistic? One of these realistic things … cars, you can see some […]