Die Kultur. Культур. संस्कृति.
Die Kultur. Культур. संस्कृति.
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seethestarsablaze:


vmagazine:

Italian contemporary artist Livio Scarpella series ‘Ghost Underground’  (Bless Soul / Soul Damned) : Inspired by the works of Rococo sculptor Antonio Corradini’s (1668-1752) veiled ladies.


These are unreal.
seethestarsablaze:


vmagazine:

Italian contemporary artist Livio Scarpella series ‘Ghost Underground’  (Bless Soul / Soul Damned) : Inspired by the works of Rococo sculptor Antonio Corradini’s (1668-1752) veiled ladies.


These are unreal.
seethestarsablaze:


vmagazine:

Italian contemporary artist Livio Scarpella series ‘Ghost Underground’  (Bless Soul / Soul Damned) : Inspired by the works of Rococo sculptor Antonio Corradini’s (1668-1752) veiled ladies.


These are unreal.
seethestarsablaze:


vmagazine:

Italian contemporary artist Livio Scarpella series ‘Ghost Underground’  (Bless Soul / Soul Damned) : Inspired by the works of Rococo sculptor Antonio Corradini’s (1668-1752) veiled ladies.


These are unreal.
seethestarsablaze:


vmagazine:

Italian contemporary artist Livio Scarpella series ‘Ghost Underground’  (Bless Soul / Soul Damned) : Inspired by the works of Rococo sculptor Antonio Corradini’s (1668-1752) veiled ladies.


These are unreal.
seethestarsablaze:


vmagazine:

Italian contemporary artist Livio Scarpella series ‘Ghost Underground’  (Bless Soul / Soul Damned) : Inspired by the works of Rococo sculptor Antonio Corradini’s (1668-1752) veiled ladies.


These are unreal.
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iseo58:

Carved Wood and Gilt Lacquer Figure of Amida Nyorai (1300 - 1400) - Japan, 14th century.
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demons:

Stilt walkers at a Chinese festival for the labor camps near Fontes, June 1918
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thatswhywelovegermany:

Houses and alleyways of Fritzlar, Schwalm-Eder district, Hesse
Fritzlar was spared from the devastations of the second world war. The historic city center with half-timbered houses of the 16th century, some of them built on older walls from the 12th century, remained almost completely unscathed because the German army battled the allied troops in a village outside the city, which was entirely flattened.
In the years after the second world war, however, the importance of the city was declining – it lost its status as an administrative center for the district – and the income of the population remained stagnant. Consequently, due to the high costs of maintaining and upgrading a half-timbered house to modern standards, many houses were in a poor condition by the end of the 1970s. Recognizing the historic significance of the city, the municipality of Fritzlar, the state of Hesse, the Federal Republic of Germany, and the European Union provided funds to renovate the entire city, which is now a gem among the half-timbered towns in Germany.
thatswhywelovegermany:

Houses and alleyways of Fritzlar, Schwalm-Eder district, Hesse
Fritzlar was spared from the devastations of the second world war. The historic city center with half-timbered houses of the 16th century, some of them built on older walls from the 12th century, remained almost completely unscathed because the German army battled the allied troops in a village outside the city, which was entirely flattened.
In the years after the second world war, however, the importance of the city was declining – it lost its status as an administrative center for the district – and the income of the population remained stagnant. Consequently, due to the high costs of maintaining and upgrading a half-timbered house to modern standards, many houses were in a poor condition by the end of the 1970s. Recognizing the historic significance of the city, the municipality of Fritzlar, the state of Hesse, the Federal Republic of Germany, and the European Union provided funds to renovate the entire city, which is now a gem among the half-timbered towns in Germany.
thatswhywelovegermany:

Houses and alleyways of Fritzlar, Schwalm-Eder district, Hesse
Fritzlar was spared from the devastations of the second world war. The historic city center with half-timbered houses of the 16th century, some of them built on older walls from the 12th century, remained almost completely unscathed because the German army battled the allied troops in a village outside the city, which was entirely flattened.
In the years after the second world war, however, the importance of the city was declining – it lost its status as an administrative center for the district – and the income of the population remained stagnant. Consequently, due to the high costs of maintaining and upgrading a half-timbered house to modern standards, many houses were in a poor condition by the end of the 1970s. Recognizing the historic significance of the city, the municipality of Fritzlar, the state of Hesse, the Federal Republic of Germany, and the European Union provided funds to renovate the entire city, which is now a gem among the half-timbered towns in Germany.
thatswhywelovegermany:

Houses and alleyways of Fritzlar, Schwalm-Eder district, Hesse
Fritzlar was spared from the devastations of the second world war. The historic city center with half-timbered houses of the 16th century, some of them built on older walls from the 12th century, remained almost completely unscathed because the German army battled the allied troops in a village outside the city, which was entirely flattened.
In the years after the second world war, however, the importance of the city was declining – it lost its status as an administrative center for the district – and the income of the population remained stagnant. Consequently, due to the high costs of maintaining and upgrading a half-timbered house to modern standards, many houses were in a poor condition by the end of the 1970s. Recognizing the historic significance of the city, the municipality of Fritzlar, the state of Hesse, the Federal Republic of Germany, and the European Union provided funds to renovate the entire city, which is now a gem among the half-timbered towns in Germany.
thatswhywelovegermany:

Houses and alleyways of Fritzlar, Schwalm-Eder district, Hesse
Fritzlar was spared from the devastations of the second world war. The historic city center with half-timbered houses of the 16th century, some of them built on older walls from the 12th century, remained almost completely unscathed because the German army battled the allied troops in a village outside the city, which was entirely flattened.
In the years after the second world war, however, the importance of the city was declining – it lost its status as an administrative center for the district – and the income of the population remained stagnant. Consequently, due to the high costs of maintaining and upgrading a half-timbered house to modern standards, many houses were in a poor condition by the end of the 1970s. Recognizing the historic significance of the city, the municipality of Fritzlar, the state of Hesse, the Federal Republic of Germany, and the European Union provided funds to renovate the entire city, which is now a gem among the half-timbered towns in Germany.
thatswhywelovegermany:

Houses and alleyways of Fritzlar, Schwalm-Eder district, Hesse
Fritzlar was spared from the devastations of the second world war. The historic city center with half-timbered houses of the 16th century, some of them built on older walls from the 12th century, remained almost completely unscathed because the German army battled the allied troops in a village outside the city, which was entirely flattened.
In the years after the second world war, however, the importance of the city was declining – it lost its status as an administrative center for the district – and the income of the population remained stagnant. Consequently, due to the high costs of maintaining and upgrading a half-timbered house to modern standards, many houses were in a poor condition by the end of the 1970s. Recognizing the historic significance of the city, the municipality of Fritzlar, the state of Hesse, the Federal Republic of Germany, and the European Union provided funds to renovate the entire city, which is now a gem among the half-timbered towns in Germany.
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me at age 32
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historicaltimes:

Fawzia Fuad of Egypt was an Egyptian princess who became Queen of Iran as the first wife of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi.
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marinaesque:

inside The Grand Budapest Hotel
marinaesque:

inside The Grand Budapest Hotel
marinaesque:

inside The Grand Budapest Hotel
marinaesque:

inside The Grand Budapest Hotel
marinaesque:

inside The Grand Budapest Hotel
marinaesque:

inside The Grand Budapest Hotel
marinaesque:

inside The Grand Budapest Hotel
marinaesque:

inside The Grand Budapest Hotel
marinaesque:

inside The Grand Budapest Hotel
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whisped:


untitled by Lena P on Flickr.
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beardmodel:

Elite Milano

no yes
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Acid
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eddy-eddy:

Luke by Taylor Hall O’Brien