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Poems, by Ferreira Gullar

MADRUGADA “Do fundo do meu fourth, do not least of My Body clandestine ouço (não vejo) ouço no bone will grow and no músculo da noite a noite, a noite ocidental obscenamente acesa sobre meu país dividido em classes. “ SUNRISE “From the bottom of my room, from the bottom of my body clandestine I hear (not see) feel grow …

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GIUSEPPE ARCIMBOLDO: Only one step away from the Renaissance, gives us its nuances of the grotesque and burlesque

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WITHOUT ASKING US: Poetry, by Akiko Yosano

WITHOUT ASKING US “Without asking whether it is right or wrong if the future life if fame,  you and I we love each other and we look. I have heard, I do not know why you expect me and exit. In the night suddenly the moon rose on the fields in bloom. Colombe on high pagoda where the cherry blossoms fall …

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ROOM 19, SCHLOSSLE HOTEL: Tallinin, the benevolent presence undescribed among possible room amenities

http://schloesslehotel.com/ – Tallinn, fortified medieval city, was one of the most famous ports in the eastern Europe, for goods from ships brought` That sailed from as far away. Tallinn was and still is a special city, with old medieval buildings, like the site of Schlössle Hotel. The hotel is on the very same narrow cobblestone street where merchants Numerous storage buildings …

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FERNANDO BOTERO: The Colombian contemporary painter, and his love for the Renaissance, with shades of Giotto and Mantegna

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FIFTEEN REASONS: Some tips for those who (wrongly), does not want to visit Iceland

Land of fire and ice, a hot island named Frosty, and endless colonies of birds, who live next door to a people rude and independent. This is the premise, but the more than a thousand years of human presence have also left a soft patina of beautiful legends, above the land that gives you 15 good reasons to visit. MYVATN …

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ANTONELLO DA MESSINA, ITALIAN PAINTER: The Italian Renaissance painter who, with shades Flemish still gives life to his characters

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ALEXANDRU CEFAN, THE DARK, POETRY: Close your eyes, looking for the depth of the dark

          THE DARK “I closed my eyes to rediscover the deep darkness, hiding always at the same time. It looks like a morning lost inside my confused soul.” (Alexandru Cefan)

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ONE WEEK TO BE PIRATE: Isla Mujeres, Mexico, to forget everything, to remember everything

You’ll have to go to the easternmost point of Mexico. You’ll have to wish for a charming and quiet. You’ll need to be able to use the bicycle. You’ll have to look flat beaches (preferably those of El Garrafon), because it is on the south coast that you can dive in the waters of the reef, discovering that the world …

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GUIDO DI PIETRO (Beato Angelico), ITALIAN PAINTER: The emotional nuance of the Middle Ages and humanity, in all its Renaissance paintings

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