From Berlin take your breath away. It has the tempo. It is dynamic and changes every day. Get introduced to Berlin and with it, an incomparable culture, legendary nightlife, green oases and lakes. Take a stroll through Berlin, take a look at the most beautiful buildings of the city and see how changes daily Berlin, remaining unchanged.
Berlin is a city — exhibition, where You will encounter the most interesting buildings of our time. From construction pits, which over the years has shaped the face of the city, there were new neighborhoods.
Potsdam square (Potsdamer Platz) is a district of Berlin built high-rise buildings, which was built on unpopulated place.
Observation deck on top of the building Algophagous offers visitors stunning views of the area DaimlerChrysler(Daimler Chrysler) and Sony(Sony), the roof of which is designed in a futuristic style. In the city there are new buildings of embassies and ministries, Continue reading
LAKE SVETLOYAR (Shambhala Russia) is a legendary lake located in the Nizhny Novgorod region. According to the local historian N. N. Khlopushina, the lake is of glacial-karstic origin; karst collapse that ensued as a result of a small earthquake, increased the lake depth to 25.5 m at relatively small sizes – h meters. The usual epithet, which is presented Svetloyar – “Pearl of the sky overturned in the green rim of the forest.” The surroundings of the lake are famous for their renomirani, some see in the water the reflection of the domes of the legendary Kitezh and hear the bell ringing.
The origin of the Svetloyar surrounded by a halo of legends. According to data collected by researchers Vladimir INKINEN and Valerian TURYGINA, the most ancient, pagan layer is associated with the evil goddess girl the Turk. She rode a spirited horse and would whip people for their sins, yet fell to the ground and there was a lake. The second stratum of the legend dates to the time of the invasion of Batu Khan. One of the Russian prisoners have not sustained tortures and has shown Tatars secret paths. But through the prayers of the inhabitants of Kitezh high power hid it at the bottom of the lake. The third layer of legends – the schismatic, Continue reading
Samara region – one of the regions of the Volga region, the fifth largest. From the point of view of geography it is located in Central European Russia, on both sides of the Volga river, bordering with Tatarstan, Kazakhstan, and regions of Sverdlovsk, Saratov and Orenburg.
Temperate continental climate and relatively high average temperatures (July + 20,7°C, in January is 13.8°C) combined with high humidity make living in the region quite comfortable. The main square of the region covered by steppes, but the landscape is decorated with low Falcon and the Zhiguli mountains, coniferous and deciduous forests. Many rivers and streams, the largest of which, not including the Volga – Samara, Juice, Moustache, Big Kinel, provide the area with essential moisture for everyday life and agriculture. Continue reading