It is difficult to imagine life in the modern world without computer technology. In Yekaterinburg, thanks to such reflections, a Monument to the keyboard appeared.
Keyboard monument in Yekaterinburg
The idea to create a Monument to the keyboard came from the artist Anatoly Vyatkin in the process of working on the next project for the international exhibition. Spending a lot of time at the computer, Anatoly Vyatkin realized that the keyboard today is the same common subject in the home, such as a frying pan. In addition, we can say that the computer keyboard is an international symbol of communication between people from all over the world. Continue reading
The lighthouse of Alexandria is one of the wonders in the classic “Seven wonders of the world”list. The name comes from the city of Alexandria (Egypt), near which the lighthouse was built. Often use another name – Pharos lighthouse (or Pharos), as the lighthouse was located on the small island of Pharos, connected to Alexandria by a pier. The lighthouse was built in the III century BC, so that merchant ships could safely pass the reefs on the way to Alexandria Bay.
Lighthouse of Alexandria
However, the lighthouse not only served as a landmark for sailors, but was also used as an observation Outpost to defend against an attack on Alexandria from the sea. Continue reading
In the article “Kazan is the third capital of Russia” we have already answered the questions: “What to do in Kazan?”and” what to see in Kazan?”. Tourists who are going to visit this multifaceted city often ask such questions: “what to try from traditional cuisine in Kazan?”and” what to bring from Kazan?”. One of the answers to the last two questions is chack — chack.
What is chak-chak?
Chak-chak is an Oriental sweetness that is made from dough and honey. Chak-chak is a Tatar national dish. And where, if not in the capital of Tatarstan, is it best to try the Tatar national dish?! In addition, the chak-chak Museum opened in Kazan in 2014. Continue reading