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Russian actress Anna Chipovskaya

Russian actress Anna Chipovskaya

Russian actress Anna Chipovskaya

Talented and beautiful film and theater actress Anna Chipovskaya was born on June 16, 1987 in Moscow. Her mother is a theater and film actress Olga Chipovskaya, and her father – a jazz musician. As a child Anna dreamed of becoming an actress, but her parents and grandparents wanted her to be a translator, so Anna entered the linguistic school. Anna Chipovskaya also worked in a modeling agency. Despite the fact that Anna graduated from high school, her dream has not changed and she decided to enter the drama school. In 2009 she graduated from the Moscow Art Theater School and became its actress. She made her debut in the play “Amadeus” at the Moscow Art Theater.
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Theremin and theremists

Theremin and theremists. the inventor Leon Theremin

Leon Theremin, the inventor. Theremin and theremists

Theremin and theremists
If God or Gods or Angels or Devils could play a musical instrument, this would be, with no doubts, Theremin. An unprecedented Russian innovation, it’s simply magic. It’s a musical instrument that can’t be touched. Or, better: touched with no touch. The Theremin player, or the theremist, looks like a maestro with no button, a commander of an invisible orchestra, inebriating the listener with ether. In fact, theremin sounds like the wind coming inside through the window, or like the hypnotic chant of a mermaid, like the invisible presence of a phantom.
A performer manages sound without touching the instrument. Particularly, with the help of hand movements in the air near the two antennas, the only tool of its kind.
Meanwhile, Theremin sounds in academic, jazz, rock and pop music, Soviet and foreign films. Noteworthy, outstanding personalities played the theremin – Vladimir Lenin, Charlie Chaplin, and Albert Einstein. Today, such musicians as Sting, Jean-Michel Jarre, Rammstein, Led Zeppelin, Beatles, Pink Floyd, Portheshead, Sting, Сплин, БГ, and БИ2 used it.
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Spanish photographer Saul Santos Diaz

Fiesta del Diablo 2012. Isla de La Palma, Canarias. Spanish photographer Saul Santos Diaz

Fiesta del Diablo 2012. Isla de La Palma, Canarias. Spanish photographer Saul Santos Diaz

Spanish photographer Saul Santos Diaz
Born on the Canary Islands in 1979, Saul Santos Diaz is a talented Spanish photographer. In 2001 he began his adventure in the world of photography, combining training and education with works for press and book editorials. Besides, he collaborated with tourism companies and different publishers from all over Canary Islands. Meanwhile, in 2006 Saul Santos Diaz moved to Madrid, where he started his professional career. According to the photographer, he made his dreams come true. After finishing prestige college C.E.V. (Centro de Estudios del Video y la Imagen), he became professional photographer and a superior technician of artistic photography.
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Seahorse facts

Seahorse facts. swimming side by side holding tails or grip the same strand of sea grass with their tails and wheel around in unison in what is known as a “pre-dawn dance”.

Swimming side by side holding tails or grip the same strand of sea grass with their tails and wheel around in unison. Known as a “pre-dawn dance”. Seahorse facts

Seahorse facts
According to the Guinness Book of World Records (2009), seahorse if the slowest moving fish. In fact, the dwarf seahorse speed is about 5 feet (150 cm) per hour. Meanwhile, when seahorses find a mate, they wrap their tails around each other so the tide doesn’t drift them apart. During this time they may change color. Also, swimming side by side holding tails or grip the same strand of sea grass with their tails and wheel around in unison, so-called “pre-dawn dance”.
Noteworthy, they have that one mate for the rest of their lives! And when the mate dies, its partner dies too.
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Silence of the Lambs 1991

The Silence of the Lambs, 1990

Anthony Hopkins. The Silence of the Lambs 1991

Silence of the Lambs 1991
In fact, filmed in 1990, this multiple Oscar-winning thriller based on the novel by Thomas Harris “The Silence of the Lambs” (1988) became known worldwide. Beautiful Jodie Foster starring as Clarice Starling, a top student at the FBI’s training academy. Her shrewd analyses of serial killers lands her a special assignment: the FBI is investigating a vicious murderer. Nicknamed Buffalo Bill, he kills young women and then removes the skin from their bodies. Jack Crawford (Scott Glenn) wants Clarice to interview Dr.Hannibal Lecter (Anthony Hopkins), a brilliant psychiatrist. Also, he is a violent psychopath, serving life behind bars for various acts of murder and cannibalism.
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Alderney Tapestry Project

Alderney Tapestry Project

Members of the Alderney Tapestry Project started the project a year ago and have just finished. The tapestry is 70m long and woven to tell the tale of the final days of King Harold’s final encounter with William the Conqueror in battle. Alderney Tapestry Project

Alderney Tapestry Project
According to the craftsmen of the beautiful Tapestry Project, it took them a year to create it. The tapestry, in particular, is 70m long and woven to tell the tale of the final days of King Harold’s encounter with William the Conqueror in battle. However, until now that tale did not include the coronation of William, which happened on Christmas Day 1066. According to historians, the final segment of the Bayeux Tapestry was lost, that’s why the islanders began the project to restore it. Meanwhile, Kate Russell, Alderney librarian, along with 416 Alderney residents worked on the project.
According to the craftsmen, they began the original tapestry from the Battle of Hastings. Discovered in the early 18th Century, it ended with the death of King Harold at Hastings. Commissioned by William the Conqueror’s half-brother Bishop Odo, the Bayeux Tapestry aimed to celebrate his victory over Harold Godwinson at the Battle of Hastings in 1066.
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Beautiful Menton lemon festival

lemon festival

Funny Bunny sculpture. Menton lemon festival

The Menton lemon festival
Held on the traditional carnival date, 40 days before Lent, The Lemon Festival is quite unique and beautiful event. Famous in the world, it attracts each year more than 230,000 visitors – a constantly increasing attendance. In fact, it is the second biggest event on the French Riviera, after the Carnival of Nice and before the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Monaco. Noteworthy, the services of over 300 professionals take part in it, and it requires 145 tons of citrus fruit.
The Lemon Festival (Fete du Citron) usually takes place between mid-February until March in Menton. The city, located in Alps-Maritimes, in the beautiful area of Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur, France. Naturally, the lemon has become Menton’s symbol, routed in old local traditions with the new motto “My City is a Garden”.
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