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.
Easter And Egg… Easter is probably the oldest Christian celebration aside from the Sabbath, it wasn’t always the same as what people currently think of when they look at Easter services. The earliest known observance, Pasch, occurred between the second and fourth centuries. These celebrations commemorated both Jesus’ death and his resurrection at […]
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 […]
Blonde, this is very aggressive creatures. American researches were curious whether hair color affected women’s nature. There were mostly interested in blondes, who received most of attention. The researchers were surprised to find out that women with fair hair were not soft-spoken princesses, but rather, very aggressive creatures. They blame men who pay […]
Note. Please take note of road closures in Drogheda for #Fleadh2019. Closures will be in place between Friday 9th and Monday 19th of August. Apologies for any inconvenience caused to local residents and traders as Drogheda prepares to host the largest traditional Irish music event in the world 🌎🎻.
Athletes tattoos… Athletes get tattoos for a number of reasons: to have a sense of belonging, to alter their public image, to feel powerful, to bring good luck or ward off bad luck, to honor family, to honor their team, to honor their hometown, to honor God,
Fixed date for Easter… Christians have long celebrated Jesus Christ’s Last Supper on Maundy Thursday but new research released Monday claims to show it took place on the Wednesday before the crucifixion. Professor Colin Humphreys, a scientist at the University of Cambridge, believes it is all due to a calendar mix-up — and asserts […]
New year’s resolutions… With a full 12 months of possibilities on the horizon, most people the world over take at least a few minutes to pledge the new year into one that is infinitely better than the last. Get rich. Eat less. Sleep more. Be faster. Go to the gym. Stop smoking. Be nicer. […]
Happy hairstyle! Happy New Year! When you wake up New Year morning hope you find beneath the tree so many lovely presents you’ll be happy as can be! OH WOW ! You can make a New Year hairstyle not only on your head but also use your beard. So if you want to […]
The Independence Day of Latvia, national holiday for every Latvian in 18 November. The Independence of Latvia was proclaimed on 18 November 1918 at the Latvian National Theatre. This day in Latvia is a public holiday — public institutions and the majority of private enterprises are closed, various events take place throughout the […]
Russian tourists are ashamed of themselves. This is a drama for russia A German citizen who requested his money back after his vacation was “ruined” by Russians in Turkey added more fuel to the fire. Russian tourists – is a phrase that makes many shudder. Rightfully or not, but Russians earned a reputation of […]
People who have a compulsive urge to collect and clutter their homes with junk can partly attribute their problem to genes, according to a British study. Researchers from King’s College London used a twin study to find that genetic predisposition explained a large amount of the risk for compulsive hoarding. A mental health […]