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Cathedral of St Peter and St Mary in Cologne (German: Kölner Dom, officially Hohe Domkirche St. Peter und Maria) – the Metropolitan Cathedral, the largest and most important church of Cologne. The seat of the Archbishopric of Cologne existing here since 313 years.

Construction of the present church began in 1248 and continued intermittently for over 600 years to 1880. Located on-site Roman temple from the fourth century and the early church from the time of the Carolingian Rhine River near Cologne Cathedral is 144 meters long and 86 m in width and height of towers of 157.38 m [1] After graduating from the towers (around 1870) the Cathedral was the tallest building in the world to 1884. It is the second most amount of neo-Gothic building in the world (after the cathedral in Ulm) and the third largest neo-Gothic cathedral the world in terms of area (after the cathedral of Santa Maria, in Seville and the Cathedral of St. Nativity. Maria in Milan).

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Futurism (Latin futurus – future) – Avant-direction in culture (especially literature), who was born in Italy in the early twentieth century. The idea of futurism was „looking into the future”, rejecting the past and tradition. Futurism in his manifesto proposed the spontaneous annihilation of the academy, libraries and museums, guilty in his view, the maintenance and perpetuation of an outdated culture and the infirm, and therefore harmful and dangerous. Futurists took possession of the full realm of aesthetics. They believed in the prophetic role of the artist, whom they considered the true spiritual guide and demiurge of a new społeczeństwa.Koniec the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth time that the technological revolution – the rapid development of industry and transport. Read the rest of this entry »

Louvre Museum (fr. Louvre, the Musée du Louvre) – a former royal palace in Paris, now a museum of art. One of the largest museums in the world, the most visited facility of this kind in the world. Is one of the major landmarks of Paris, is located on the right bank, within the First Quarter. The complex of buildings with a total area of 60.600 square meters are collections numbering about 35,000 works of art from the earliest times to the half of the nineteenth century, the works of world heritage with the most renown such as the stele with the Code of Hammurabi, the Nike of Samothrace, the Mona Lisa painted by Leonardo. Read the rest of this entry »