The museum has three levels, acts like a time bridge because covers the space of time (from 1848 to 1914) between the collections of the museum of the Louvre and those of the museum of Modern art of the CenterGeorge Pompidou.Orsay features all the arts (painting, sculpture, architecture, objects d’art, furniture, cinema, photography, music, decoration even opera.Orsay also offers concerts ...

The museum has three levels, acts like a time bridge because covers the space of time (from 1848 to 1914) between the collections of the museum of the Louvre and those of the museum of Modern art of the Center George Pompidou; Orsay features all the arts (painting, sculpture, architecture, objects d’art, furniture, cinema, photography, music, decoration even opera. Orsay ...

Louvre Museum The Louvre, the biggest museum worldwide is located on the bank of the Seine River. There are not the words to describe the Louvre and its significance cannot be understated, an amazing museum hosted by an impressive building; from its beginnings as a royal fortress to the public institution we see today. Today the museum features more than 6000 European ...

Louvre Museum The Louvre, the biggest museum worldwide is located on the bank of the Seine River. There are not the words to describe the Louvre and its significance cannot be understated, an amazing museum hosted by an impressive building; from its beginnings as a royal fortress to the public institution we see today. Today the museum features more than 6000 European ...

Paris History Paris was probably first occupied by a Celtic tribe in 250 BC who established a fishing village called Parisii. In 52 BC Paris’ Île de la Cité and Left Bank Sainte Geneviève Hill became the centre of a new Roman settlement called Lutetia. Lutetia was renamed Paris in 212 AD, and in 357 AD, the nephew of Emperor Constantine became ...

Paris History Paris was probably first occupied by a Celtic tribe in 250 BC who established a fishing village called Parisii. In 52 BC Paris’ Île de la Cité and Left Bank Sainte Geneviève Hill became the centre of a new Roman settlement called Lutetia. Lutetia was renamed Paris in 212 AD, and in 357 AD, the nephew of Emperor Constantine became ...

FRANCE TRAVEL France has been for over 500 years one of the most powerful and most advanced countries in Europe and the world, it went through many changes and events and some of them really changed the history of the entire world. It is a fact that most of people have heard about the French revolution, the Treaty of Versailles or Napoleon, ...

FRANCE TRAVEL France has been for over 500 years one of the most powerful and most advanced countries in Europe and the world, it went through many changes and events and some of them really changed the history of the entire world. It is a fact that most of people have heard about the French revolution, the Treaty of Versailles or Napoleon, ...

Carnaval Brazil The Brazilian Carnival -Portuguese: Carnaval is an annual celebration in Brazil held 40 days before Easter and marking the start of Lent. During Lent, Roman Catholics, which constitute the majority in Brazil, are to abstain from bodily pleasures. Brazilian Carnival as a whole exhibits some differences with its counterparts in Europe and other parts of the world, and within ...

Carnaval Brazil The Brazilian Carnival -Portuguese: Carnaval is an annual celebration in Brazil held 40 days before Easter and marking the start of Lent. During Lent, Roman Catholics, which constitute the majority in Brazil, are to abstain from bodily pleasures. Brazilian Carnival as a whole exhibits some differences with its counterparts in Europe and other parts of the world, and within ...

Hanging Gardens of Babylon Of the seven wonders of the ancient world, as first listed by Herodotus in the fifth century B.C. and Callimachus of Cyrene in the third century B.C., there is almost universally great historical confirmation. Records exist of each and every one of these great marvels of human innovation, both from those who actually beheld them with their own eyes and ...

Hanging Gardens of Babylon Of the seven wonders of the ancient world, as first listed by Herodotus in the fifth century B.C. and Callimachus of Cyrene in the third century B.C., there is almost universally great historical confirmation. Records exist of each and every one of these great marvels of human innovation, both from those who actually beheld them with their own eyes and ...

Statue of Zeus at Olympia The Greeks had built the Temple of Zeus in honor of their god, the king of all gods, Zeus.  However, after the construction, the temple alone was considered to be too plain.  And so, a statue of Zeus was deemed necessary to place in the great temple. The statue of Zeus at Olympia was made by a Greek sculptor Phidias.  ...

Statue of Zeus at Olympia The Greeks had built the Temple of Zeus in honor of their god, the king of all gods, Zeus.  However, after the construction, the temple alone was considered to be too plain.  And so, a statue of Zeus was deemed necessary to place in the great temple. The statue of Zeus at Olympia was made by a Greek sculptor Phidias.  ...

Temple of Artemis The Temple of Artemis was constructed at the point where an ancient temple devoted to Cybele, goddess of abundance, was located. The Carians and the Lelegians, who inhabited the area before the Ionians worshipped that goddess and they used to call her the “Great mother”. The Ionians named that goddess “Artemis” and when the Lydian king Croesus invaded the city, ...

The Mausoleum of Halicarnassus In 377 B.C the city of Halicarnassus was the capitol of a small kingdom along the Mediterranean coast of Asia Minor. It was that year that Hecatomnus of Mylasa, died and left control of his kingdom to his son Mausolus. Mausolus in his life extended the territory even further so that it finally included most of Asia Minor. Mausolus, with ...

The Colossus of Rhodes- a wonder of the ancient world The Colossus of Rhodesis familiar to almost everyone. Its history begins with the siege of Demetrios Poliorketes, successor of Alexander the Great, in 305 BC. When Demetrios was defeated, he abandoned all his siege machinery on Rhodes. The Rhodians decided to express their pride by building a triumphal statue of their favourite god, Helios. The task was assigned to the ...

Chess Notations Movements (Algebraic Notation) Now we know what does that means by a1 or h1.Great! Let’s Start about Movement Writing. We have only one chess piece from Queen & King in a Chess board. So whenever we call Q or K it will be cristal clear to Identify the item. These information we have already discussed in this post. if you for something please read that first. ...

Chess Puzzle Check mate with Maximum 3 moves. How is move next? Chess Guide – puzzle Tags: Chess Board, Chess Guide, Chess King, Chess Puzzle Del.icio.us StumbleUpon Comments: 0 (Zero), Be the first to leave a reply!You might be interested in this: What is Chess Chess Notation Chess Rook - (Chess pieces) Basic Rule of Chess (Very Important Rules) Chess Board Details ...

Check and Checkmate The Ultimate target is that to do a Checkmate the opponent in a Chess Game. That Ends a Chess game by Winning a player. But there can be situations which can END a game without doing a Checkmate. Normally it is a Draw. It can happens frequently. It will be described in Chess Draw post Separately. This article will be stop at Check ...

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