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Miss Russia 2006 Tatiana Kotova

Miss Russia 2006 Tatiana Kotova

Crowned Miss Russia 2006 Tatiana Kotova

Miss Russia 2006, semifinalist of Miss Universe 2007, former participant of Russian-Ukrainian pop group VIAgra, Tatiana Kotova was born on September 3, 1985 in a small town of Rostov region. She lives according to her motto “Nothing is impossible”. As a child, Tania was unusually flexible baby. Her father taught her amateur boxing. At the age of 13, Tatiana was fascinated with Oriental Dances, and trained by herself, without any trainer. In contests of beauty the girl became involved when she was still studying in the school. And here was her first victory, and a first small step to future major achievements. Tatiana won two titles: “Miss Autumn 98” and “Miss charm”.
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Museum of Prison Art

Museum of Prison Art

Private Prison Art Museum in Uglich, Russia – Museum of Prison Art

Museum of Prison Art
In fact, the unique Prison Art Museum in the old city of Uglich is the only private museum in Russia that features this theme. Of course, there are state museums of this type, for instance, in Vladimir central prison (Vladimir), in Yaroslavl, but they are very different from this private museum.
Here you can see not only the prisoners’ crafts made of wood, metal, bread and plastic, but also beautiful drawings, and paintings. The authors of these paintings – prisoners, who painted them on sheets with oil, ball pens, ink, a stone crumb and metal shavings. Besides, in one of the real prison cells of the Museum you can see the special equipment (door with peephole, bunk beds, desk, bench, etc.). In addition, you may feel yourself a prisoner in the company of two life size wax figures of prisoners in striped uniforms. That would be an unforgettable experience.
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Leonid Stadnik world biggest man

Leonid Stadnik world biggest man

Leonid Stadnik world biggest man. Leonid Stepanovich Stadnyk stands at 8 foot 5.2 inches or 2.6721 meters

Leonid Stadnik world biggest man, lives in the Ukrainian village of Podolyantsy of Zhytomyr region. Noteworthy, Guinness World Records recognized Leonid Stadnyk as the tallest man in the world in 2008. Interestingly, his height is 2.57 m (8 ft 5 in), and he is still growing! Also, his palm is 31 cm (12,2′) long. After Leonid Stadnik has refused to be measured, his title went to China’s Bao Xishun, who is actually 21 centimeters lower (Bao Xishun stands 2.36 m). Leonid’s health is slowly failing, he needs to hold on to limbs of trees and the walls of his house to walk about.
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Stunning jewellery art Judith Leiber handbags

Stunning jewellery art Judith Leiber handbags

Covered with crystal exquisite handbag in the shape of an owl. Stunning jewellery art Judith Leiber handbags

Stunning jewellery art Judith Leiber handbags

For many years first ladies, celebrities, actresses collect and use Judith Leiber Luxury handbags. These charming bags are not only a recognized pricey accessory, but also a sort of animalistic sculpture – animals, birds, frogs, animals of different forms chests, baskets, bird cages, bee hives, geometric shapes with various ornaments, made with skill and humor. The famous designer of luxury handbags Judith Leiber was born Judith Peto in 1921 in Budapest, Hungary. She started her business in 1963 with her husband. Today her handbags covered in crystals cost several thousand dollars and become a kind of symbol that emphasizes the status of its owner.
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Gerard Depardieu in Russia

Gerard Depardieu in Russia. On 3 January 2013, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed an Executive Order granting Russian citizenship to Depardieu

On 3 January 2013, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed an Executive Order granting Russian citizenship to the actor. Gerard Depardieu in Russia

Gerard Depardieu in Russia
French actor Gerard Depardieu has always been a very popular person in Russia, there is hardly any other foreign actor who is more loved and known than Depardieu. The actor has appeared in many advertising campaigns, including for Sovietsky Bank’s credit card and is prominently featured on the bank’s home page. He also worked in Russia in 2011 on a film about the last years of the Russian monk Grigory Rasputin. Depardieu has appeared in more than 170 films and has won numerous awards.
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10 world’s most democratic nations

Finland. 10 world's most democratic nations

Finland. 10 world’s most democratic nations

10 world’s most democratic nations
Democracy Ranking is an independent initiative, whose organization is located in Vienna, Austria. Democracy Ranking produces an annual global ranking of democracies. The list contains 104 countries. The rating announced in Vienna is formed on the basis of political, economic and gender indicators as well as level of corruption. The rating also focuses on accessibility of health care and education for citizens and foreigners. The efforts in preservation of the environment are also evaluated. In drawing up the classifications are taken into account 60 different indicators, grouped into 5 categories: elections and pluralism, civil liberties, government activities, political engagement of the population and the political culture. For the first time the index was compiled in 2006, amended in 2008, 2010 and 2011.
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Hear speak see do no evil

Hear speak see do no evil. MI-Zaru monkey, Kika-Zaru and Willow-Zaru and the forgotten Shi-Zaru

MI-Zaru monkey, Kika-Zaru and Willow-Zaru and the forgotten Shi-Zaru depict the most important Buddhist principles. In particular, Hear speak see do no evil

Hear speak see do no evil
The “Three Monkeys” have become part of the global popular culture, identifiable and reproducible in different parts of the Earth. Traditionally, wise monkeys in Japan embody Buddhist principle of rejecting evil-doing. In particular, see no evil, hear no evil, and speak no evil”, you know.
Accordingly, MI-Zaru monkey, Kika-Zaru and Willow-Zaru “hiding” from evil, close the mouth, eyes and ears. Their images inspire artists and often appear in copies and parodies. Although they do have a friend, however, the fourth image appears quite rare. Noteworthy, the forgotten Shi-Zaru embodies the principle of “do no evil”. This monkey covers with arms its belly or perineum area. In fact, because the Japanese believe the number 4 is unlucky, they rarely mention the fourth monkey.
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