Musée de Cluny – Paris, France - Atlas Obscura The Musée de Cluny, also known as the Musée national du Moyen Âge, is housed in one of the oldest buildings in Paris, a former townhouse whose construction started in 1334. Yet beneath it is something even older: the ruins of Gallo-Roman thermal baths believed to have been used by 3rd-century boatmen. Inside the museum is a vast presentation of medieval life through sculptures, furnishings, stained glass, and manuscripts. However, the most significant objects are a group of Middle Ages tapestries known as “The Lady and the Unicorn.” Woven from wool and silk, five of the tapestries fixate on the five senses, with a woman interacting with a unicorn, as well as a lion and sometimes a monkey.
FORMATION - LIFE - REINCARNATION Our Friends, On behalf of the entire Universes and Cosmoses, the Divine Justice Mechanism greets your planet, which has stepped into the Second Cosmic Age. In every Period experienced since the days in which Divine Suggestions and Evolutionary Programs came into effect until these days, in every new and advanced Order established, Humanity has always had difficulty in adapting to the Universal Program their habits in their World Consciousness.
Nightly Met Opera Streams During this extraordinary and difficult time, the Met hopes to brighten the lives of our audience members even while our stage is dark. Each day, a different encore presentation from the company’s Live in HD series is being made available for free streaming on the Met website, with each performance available for a period of 23 hours, from 7:30 p.m. EDT until 6:30 p.m. the following day. The schedule will include outstanding complete performances from the past 14 years of cinema transmissions, starring all of opera’s greatest singers. The streams are also available through the Met Opera on Demand apps for Apple, Amazon, and Roku devices and Samsung Smart TV. To access them without logging in, click “Browse and Preview” in the apps for connected TV, and “Explore the App” on tablets and mobile devices.
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Catacombes de Paris – Paris, France - Atlas Obscura In 2004, Parisian police were assigned to do a training exercise in a previously uncharted part of the Catacombs of Paris beneath the Palais de Chaillot. Entering the catacombs through a drain, officers first came across a sign that read “Building site, no access,” and a bit further in, a camera that actively recorded images of those who passed. As the officers approached the camera, a recording of dogs barking was triggered. Counseling Schizophrenic --A brain development Perspective Ah Kwong Schizophrenia is considered to be one of the most severe psychotic disorders, character by major disturbances in thought, emotion. Although this mental illness has been study for hundreds of years, the immediate cause of it is still unknown. Recent neurological studies suggest that there are physiological and neurological differences between the brain of schizophrenic patients and normal people and attribute it to the genetic factor.
Vancouver Symphony Orchestra Digital Performancess Since the cancellation of VSO performances on March 13th the support from you, our public, has been incredible. Ticket donations, financial support, and the many messages of goodwill – thank you! You have our deepest appreciation. Our commitment to you is that we will keep the music going through this period. Next week we will start sharing performances from a new virtual series, VSO@Home. Don’t miss out on the latest free virtual performances from VSO@Home — sign up for VSO eNews now:
Cemetery of the Dogs – Asnières-sur-Seine, France Opened in 1899, the Cimetière des Chiens et Autres Animaux Domestiques is the oldest pet cemetery in Europe, and perhaps the world, depending on your definition of a "pet cemetery." The grave of Rin Tin Tin is here, along with a race horse and a menagerie of other pets. Just past the entrance is a monument to Barry the Saint Bernard, a famed rescue dog. CrHome: 10-best Chrome Apps collections: Notepad (text editor) for Chrome Here is a list of Notepad (text editor) apps for Chrome (as of Jun 2014). All the apps are stand-alone Chrome Apps, which means they work offline as (not just like) native applications. 1. Text (from Google) Text.app is a simple text editor for Chrome OS and Chrome.
Carolina Ballet Performances PerformancesadminSeptember 15, 2018April 17, 2020 Performances The Désert de Retz – Chambourcy The Désert de Retz is an unusual French estate. Constructed by the French aristocrat François Racine de Monville, the estate covers more than ninety acres and includes a variety of buildings, each built in a different and exotic style. The estate is also home to acres of sculpted gardens that were carefully designed by Monville.
Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Edge? Impressive Web Browser Alternatives It’s 2015 and your choice of browser has proven to be as important as your choice of operating system. Dedicated apps may be competing against browsers on mobile devices, but that is hardly the case in the desktop environment. On the contrary, each year more desktop browsers appear, and some of them can change the way you browse the Internet for the better. Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari and Opera dominate the world’s desktop browser market. Whichever statistics you check (NetMarketshare1, StatCounter’s GlobalStats2 or W3Counter3), you’ll notice that they often contradict each other in declaring which browser is leading the race. However, no matter which method is used to determine usage share, all sources agree that those five browsers do not own 100% of the world’s desktop browser usage.
BalletBoyz Theatre hasn't gone, it's just in quarantine Although we are devastated that we're unable to share the show with you all in theatres throughout the UK, we're excited to be able to share Deluxe with you all as part of the BBC Arts Culture in Quarantine programme, with a broadcast on BBC Four to be announced. Keep an eye out on our social media channels for updates. You can also watch lots of additional material on our digital dance platform MoovBank, and on our YouTube channel. Ruins of Le Jardin d'Agronomie Tropicale – Nogent-sur-Marne Sitting in a corner of the Bois de Vincennes, the Jardin d'Agronomie Tropicale (or "The Garden of Tropical Agriculture") is a true curiosity. Open to the public today as gardens and managed by the city of Paris, it is based around the ruins of a colonial exhibition from 1907. The site was originally created in 1899 as a "jardin d'essai colonial," with the goal of coordinating agricultural experiments that would lead to the introduction or reintroduction of exotic plants across the French colonies. During the summer of 1907, though, it bizarrely became the home of several communities from these colonies who lived in five distinct villages on the site.