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Burrnesha men who were women

Burrnesha men who were women

Burrnesha men who were women. The Albanian man in the photo is actually a woman

Burrnesha men who were women
The man in the photo is actually a woman. In Albania is still alive the tradition – women turn into men, and there are thousands of them in Albania. Burrnesha men take men’s names, wear men’s clothes, work and act like men. So, if in a family there are no males left, a woman takes a vow of chastity and becomes the new patriarch, and a new protector of her family. They are called Burrnesha – The Sworn Virgins of Albania. Thus, Medieval laws are still alive. In fact, more than half of the population of the Northern mountainous areas of Albania do not come out of their homes. They fear vendetta, as the honor in Albania can be paid only with blood. Bloody Vendetta lasts for years, has been prepared thoroughly and involves all members of a family.
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Unknown Coco Chanel

Unknown Coco Chanel

Beautiful Gabrielle “Coco” Bonheur Chanel (19 August 1883 – 10 January 1971), French fashion designer and founder of the Chanel brand. Unknown Coco Chanel

Unknown Coco Chanel

Known as a pioneering fashion icon, she changed the way women dressed and thought about themselves. Indeed, her life caused countless biographies and films, which have charted her extraordinary career. However, some pages of her biography show her darker side as a Nazi sympathizer and collaborator. And according to the pages of European and American archives, Coco Chanel acted as a numbered Nazi agent during the Second World War, carrying out several spy and recruitment missions. Thus, the creator of the mythical Little Black Dress was a numbered Nazi agent working for the Abwehr, Germany’s military intelligence agency. After sifting through archives, Paris-based American journalist Hal Vaughan found – the celebrated designer had an Abwehr label: Agent F-7124. Besides, she had a code name: Westminster.
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Romanian gypsies living luxury lifestyle

Romanian gypsies living luxury lifestyle

The “King” of Romanian Gypsies Florian Chioaba (his title was inherited from the father) has to 50-80 million euros per year. Romanian gypsies living luxury lifestyle

Romanian gypsies living luxury lifestyle
In Romania, not far from Bucharest there is one of the richest cities in the world – Buzesku. There are about 800 houses there, and each worth between 2 and 30 million dollars. This is Beverly Hills number 2 – the capital of the gypsy-millionaires. Meanwhile, the “King” of Romanian Gypsies Florian Chioaba (he inherited his title from the father) has to 50-80 million euros per year. Besides, his Koldash clan has about 300 families, and at least half of them have houses worth 3 million euros. And the total income of the “King” and his clan is close to 300-400 million euros per year. In fact, it consists of ordinary offerings to Roma “obschak” (slang for bank), and in particular, 5-10% of the criminal and semi-criminal income, cigarette smuggling from Romania to Western Europe, the hotel business and trade.
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Mystery of Morning Star Constance Elaine Mackey

Mystery of Morning Star Constance Elaine Mackey

27 Apr 1956. A Redskin for real and reel, full-blooded Indian actress Kim Winona plays the tribal maiden on CBS-TV’s Brave Eagle show. Kim’s an expert rider, having ridden horses since her childhood days on a Sioux reservation. Mystery of Morning Star Constance Elaine Mackey

Mystery of Morning Star Constance Elaine Mackey
Kim Winona, or Constance Marlow (1930—1978), was a Sioux Indian, originally from Nebraska, who appeared in the CBS western TV series Brave Eagle. Winona did not appear in any other acting role after Brave Eagle ceased production. Kim was also an accomplished painter and sculptress. One sculpture, in wood, on display at the Carnegie Institute. Winona died at the age of 47 of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. That’s what wiki says, and other sources state that Constance Elaine Mackey was Scottish or Irish descent. In fact, Ms. Mackey was actually Indian, she was Lakota and Scottish.
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Wang Saen Suk Hell Garden

Wang Saen Suk Hell Garden in Thailand

Shock-horror sculptures in Wang Saen Suk Hell Garden in Thailand

Wang Saen Suk Hell Garden
Noteworthy, it is the largest garden in Thailand, hidden down a quiet lane not far from the coastal resort of Bang Saen. Located 90 minutes drive south of Bangkok, at the entrance of the monastery garden is a brightly colored sign welcoming you To Hell. Beyond lies a garish, and in-your-face morality tale of sawn torsos, boiling vats and devilish figures tormenting worldly sinners. “If you meet the Devil in this life, don’t postpone merit-making which will help you to defeat him in the next life.”
In fact, Wat Wang Saen Suk monks created their vision of hell in shock-horror sculpture garden 20 years ago. At the start of the garden trial – installed a giant “fat Buddha” statue. In addition, there are numerous cement-and-plaster statues depicting life in a Buddhist hell, found throughout the garden. Buddhist hell features in particular, two large figures named ‘Nai Ngean’ and ‘Nang Thong’. Besides, standing high above the tortured souls of the garden the ‘hungry ghosts’ of Thai folklore have long necks and distended bellies.
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1500 Philippine Prisoners Dance Michael Jackson

Philippine Prisoners Dance Michael Jackson

The photo of 1500 Philippine Prisoners Dance Michael Jackson

1500 Philippine Prisoners Dance Michael Jackson
Indeed, Michael Jackson made them famous. A video of the inmates’ 1,500-person dance to “Thriller” (released in July 2007) quickly became an international hit on YouTube. Today, August 2012 it has 17 861 800 views. In fact, the prison started using dance for rehabilitation and recreation in 2006. The Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center – 70 percent of the inmates convicted of serious crimes like murder, rape and drug trafficking, make maximum-security incarceration look really awesome with Michael Jackson dance video. Meanwhile, dancing is part of their rehabilitation. The performance included 1,500 prisoners, who practiced up to four hours a day. According to the “New York Times”, the “inmates’ health has improved and recidivism rates are down dramatically.”
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Gldani prison in Tbilisi Georgia

Gldani prison in Tbilisi Georgia

A new built Gldani prison in Tbilisi Georgia

Gldani prison in Tbilisi Georgia
Located in the outskirts of Tbilisi, Gldani prison is the largest in Georgia, with four thousand people. Constantly criticized by the opposition and human rights activists, the penitentiary system of Georgia is, at the same time, subjected to the same stringent changes in the time the Georgian police. Meanwhile, the authorities carefully get rid of a traditional “thug zone” order spirit. They treat the contingent of “inmates” very tough, but fair. So-called “Theft laws” – destroyed in the bud. That describes the situation in Georgian prisons by the witnesses.
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