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Colorful Fairytales from Grandma Josephine

Josephine Wall’s paintings differ with incredible abundance of details and bright unusual color combinations, which have become a kind of brand of the artist. Her paintings can be viewed for hours. There are very few artists on the creations of which you can determine their gender.

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Digital Surrealism from George Grie

You might have heard many times that digital art - is, first of all, something artificial and lifeless, and secondly something frivolous like designs for computer games. Many times you have heard that the computer can’t be a platform for serious painting.

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Discuss the Whole Trip in Advance with Your Child

Try to treat the child with understanding. Do not just put strict limits and rules - let the child come to this with the help of leading questions. Explain the reasons why you make certain decisions. And most importantly, if you make a promise - follow it. Think of your child as an adult - and he/she will behave as an adult.

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Festive Celebration of Fantasy and Imagination in Paintings of Wojtek Siudmak

Paintings of Wojtek Siudmaka are a wonderful mix of styles of hyper-realism, fantastic realism and surrealism. He calls himself a fantastic hyper-realist; however, the creation of Siudmak is closer to surrealism, it is enough to see what a great influence of Salvador Dali can be traced in his works.

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How is Coffee Prepared in Different Countries?

Jamaica is primarily associated with rum. Not surprisingly, traditional Jamaican coffee is prepared by adding the strong alcoholic drink. In order to make Jamaican coffee, you need the following ingredients: strong black coffee, orange, lemon, a little powdered sugar and 2-3 tablespoons of rum. Technology of preparation is following: you must first make coffee, then slice ​​citrus fruits and put them in a bowl in which you prepare the drink.

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Unique Oresund Bridge, Sweden-Denmark

There is another unusual bridge in the world which attracts attention and causes genuine interest. Oresund Bridge combines a double-track railway and a 4-lane highway across the Oresund Strait, connecting Denmark and Sweden.

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Tours to Tibet are Chosen by People who Think

People, wishing to grasp the essence of things and to comprehend the innermost secrets of the Earth's civilization, choose tours to Tibet. And it is not just words.

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The Strong and Ancient Castle in Russia

Despite the fact that in the Middle Ages in Russia the fortifications were mainly built in the style of the Kremlin, but not of the European type, still there are many of such castles preserved by this day. Among them is Vyborg Castle.

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The Paintings of Salvador Dali, Surrealism

Salvador Dali can be safely attributed to the classics of surrealism. Moreover, his expression “Surrealism is me” in the modern world has become true in the eyes of millions.

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The Most Photogenic Castle in Russia - Yurino Castle

In the village Yurino of Mari El republic stands a magnificent castle of boyars Sheremetyev, turned into a mini-hotel. In 1874, master Vasily Petrovich, traveled around the world and missed the homeland, decided to build a new mansion.

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The Longest Suspension Bridge in the World - Akashi Kaikyo, Japan

This impressive bridge with not simple name is striking not only for its beauty, but also for the size, and the story of creation. Akashi Kaikyo Bridge’s total length is 3911 meters, and the longest part of the bridge is a central span - 1991 m.

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Sky Bridge “Langkawi” in Malaysia

Langkawi Island has everything what an almost perfect island for vacation should have: sea, beaches, great views and a pleasant climate. To taste all these beauties as much as possible, there was built a pedestrian bridge “Langkawi”.

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Shamanic Legends in the Pictures Susan Seddon Boulet

Susan Seddon Boulet was born in 1941 in Brazil, in a family of British farmers immigrants. Susan liked to sit for hours and draw the world around. Almost all the time she spent doing this. Parents were busy with housekeeping and so the girl most of the time was left alone with her drawings and fantasies.

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Russian Surrealist Artist Vladimir Kush and his Magic Paintings

Vladimir Kush is an artist, who for some reason most often is confused with Salvador Dali. Their pictures in general are not very similar, in any case not more than paintings of two surrealists.

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Rene Magritte, Philosophical Riddles and Surrealism in One

The pillars of surrealism in painting are two people: Salvador Dali and Rene Magritte. They are like Tolkien and Lewis in the world of fantasy. Magritte and Dali influenced all who work in the style of surrealism.

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Plan Your Actions in Advance for the Trip with a Child

Children can be less than thrilled from your desire to visit a museum or a cultural object, so before the trip show them pictures of children's playground and a small attraction located on the site of your desired destination.

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Optical Illusions in Pictures by Octavio Ocampo

Octavio Ocampo comes from a family of Mexican artist, born in the city of Celaya. He created a lot of scenery for theatrical and cinematic productions.

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One of the Most Wonderful Parts of India - The Region of Ladakh

Ladakh is India's highest plateau with a height difference of 2750 to 7672 meters. The entire region is one big pass, full of Buddhist temples, rivers and lakes. There are very large fluctuations in temperature, which is why they say that in Ladakh you can get sunstroke and frostbite at the same time.

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Michael Cheval, Contemporary Artist Surrealist

Michael Khokhlachov (a pseudonym - Michael Cheval) is a well-known contemporary artists working in the genre of Surrealism, or rather neosurrealism. He was born in 1966 in the small town Kotelnikovo, somewhere in the vast expanses of Russia.

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Magical Illustrations From James Christensen

James Christensen (born 1942) is a popular American artist working in the “fairy-tale” style. Born and raised in Culver City, California. As a young man he moved to Utah to attend Brigham Young University, and so he stuck (in a good way) in the walls of his native alma mater for 20 years, where he successfully taught art.

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Last Port: the Graveyard for Ships in Bangladesh

For the fans of extreme and industrial tourism there are enough places to visit, and one of them - the ship graveyard in the town of Chittagong. Every year around 200 vessels find the final resting place there, including huge ocean liners and tankers.

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How to Travel With Your Baby

Going on a trip with children, parents are usually concerned about the way they can endure the road. Indeed, the body of young children is less adapted to the flights and transfers. But if you follow some simple rules, you can avoid these problems.

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