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Jacob Friedrich van't Hoff - chemistry Jacob van't Hoff received the Nobel Prize "in recognition of the tremendous importance of discovering the laws of chemical dynamics and osmotic pressure in solutions." In addition, Vant-Hoff is one of the main theorists of structural chemistry, which studies the structure of molecules and how it affects the chemical properties of a substance.

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Both directions are similar in visual language, as they are oriented towards the ancient architecture, and, in some cases, the architecture of the Renaissance. Both directions argue more likely as separate elements: classicism with its rigor, symmetry, clarity of composition, and neoclassicism with pretentiousness, decorative baroque.

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The Old War The Hundred Years War, perhaps the most famous military conflict of the Middle Ages, is in fact a whole series of wars for the possession of the French crown and the territories of the French kingdom. Military campaigns were replaced by truces, which, in turn, were interrupted by new wars.

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Nikolay Karamzin at a gallop across Europe Immanuel Kant In the years 1789-1790 Nikolai Karamzin made a foreign voyage to the countries of Europe. The writer captured all his observations in the travel notes “Letters of a Russian Traveler”. To say that Karamzin was delighted with the trip is to say nothing. For example, the author talks about his meeting with the great philosopher Immanuel Kant in Konigsberg.

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The “Threshold” of the Empire At the beginning of the 17th century, Prague was actually the capital of the Holy Roman Empire of the German nation. The emperor alchemist Rudolph II (1576−1612) lived in Prague, which was experiencing its heyday at this time. In 1612, Emperor Matias came to power, who deceived his brother Rudolph by deception.

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Siegfeld entered the entertainment industry back in 1893, when he was an agent of the famous strong man Eugene Sandow. However, the first success came to him only in 1907 with the launch of his own show “Ziegfeld Follies” (Ziegfeld Follies). These were performances of beauties with dances and musical numbers. In general, Siegfeld was very impressed with the Parisian Folie-Bergere variety and decided, on the advice of his beloved Anna Held, to do something similar in America.

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The plot Somewhere in the Russian outback is the bell tower of the old church. The house squinted. A river is being poured, snow is melting, rooks are returning from the warm edges of the nest. “Nature always breathes. She always sings, and her song is solemn. The earth is paradise, and life is a mystery, a beautiful mystery, ”said Savrasov. “Sound” picture makes the rooks.

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Eisenstadt, like many of his contemporaries engaged in photography, is called the father of photojournalism. He began working in this field in the late 1920s in Germany. Art Eisenstadt filmed with reportage dynamics, and reportage - with staged elegance. For this, he was loved and published magazines.

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The plot of a Nude woman, obviously not in the role of a goddess or other mythical essence, shamelessly looks the viewer in the eye. The second woman, also not particularly hiding nudity, is engaged in bathing. It looks disproportionately large compared to the figures in the foreground. Gentlemen, dressed too primly for a picnic, argue heatedly.

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Year of release: 2007 Country of release: Great Britain Shortly after the “The Beatles” ceased to perform in 1966, their fans began to whisper that they had moved to studio work not at all due to stage fatigue. The fact is that cutie Paul died and was replaced by former police officer William Campbell.

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“At one time, the Empire style appeared as an architectural embodiment of a strong state. For such purposes, classicism combined with order architecture is most suitable: symmetry, order, rich decoration in the style of the Renaissance ... The choice is logical and obvious, ”notes Anastasia Golovina, architect, restorer, teacher of educational courses of the Garage Museum.

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About those who die in poverty, they say "ahead of their time." Perhaps Amadeo is exactly the case. Somehow, since his birth, he didn’t ask - on the day he was born, his father’s property was arrested. “I argued that I would never freeze,” his mother recalled, “because I did not have the opportunity to buy a winter coat, and where we all went in the carriage, I usually walked.

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At the end of the 15th century, a whole series of military conflicts broke out, which are commonly called the Italian Wars. The largest countries of Europe for half a century, fought enthusiastically, trying to take control of politically weak, but rich Italy. France, Spain and the Holy Roman Empire wanted to seize as much land as possible on the Apennines and prevent their rivals from strengthening in this region.

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April 1, 1920 In 1917, by order of the Provisional Government, the evacuation of the Hermitage, the Russian Museum, the Academy of Arts and Palaces-Museums from Moscow to Petrograd was started, and it was intended to remove all items of artistic, scientific or material value. After the coup d'état on October 25, 1917, further removal was suspended, and the evacuation, therefore, was not only not completed, but none of the designated institutions, for various reasons, had not completely exported.

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The life of the artist 1) Life and death belong to him as an integral property, no one and no laws, even at a time when death threatens the state, fatherland, nationality, should not have violence over life, and also manage it without special agreement. 2) The inviolability of my home and workshop.

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The plot by Botticelli depicted hell as a funnel. Unbaptized infants and virtuous non-Christians in limb are devoted to a painless grief; voluptics who fall into the second round for lust suffer torsion and torment by the hurricane; the gluttons in the third round rot in the rain and hail; misers and squander dragging weight from place to place in the fourth round; angry and lazy forever fighting in the swamps of the fifth circle; heretics and false prophets lie in red-hot tombs of the sixth; all kinds of rapists, depending on the subject of abuse, suffer in different zones of the seventh circle - they boil in a ditch of red-hot blood, are tormented by harpies or languish in the desert under a rain of fire; deceivers who do not trust are languishing in the cracks of the eighth circle: who has gotten into feces, smelly, who is boiling in tar, who is chained up, who is torturing reptiles, who is gutted; and the ninth circle is prepared for those who have deceived.

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“Life is life and there is a place in everything” “Some are scum, some are not, that’s the whole deal” “It’s better to sleep on an uncomfortable bed free than on a comfortable one – not free” , and you will understand, you are already in heaven "Jack Kerouac in the military commissariat, 1943" The road is what the doctor prescribed "" Everything is interconnected, so and the rain binds everyone around the world, in turn touching everyone ... ”“ Oh my God, sociability is just a wide smile, and a wide smile is only teeth ”“ Nothing can be understood once and for all ... It is not given to anyone ”Jack Kerouac shows a scroll with the text of his book, 1964 boredom.

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When it comes to geniuses who are not recognized during their lifetime, the question immediately arises who is a fool: are you crying over Tchaikovsky's First Piano Concerto, or Rubinstein, this Tchaikovsky's crucifying? It is nice, of course, to flatter yourself with the thought that in composing art you turned out to be more perspicacious than the entire 19th century St. Petersburg Conservatory, and what a pity that you were not around when New Time wrote that the First concert, like the first pancake, came out in a lump, surely you would have explained them, of course, you would not let the Onegin's polonaise be called solid boredom.

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