TRAVEL I ITALY – August 22, 1409

Paola Malatesta, wife in Pesaro to Gianfrancesco Gonzaga. LUCREZIA TORNABUONI                                                                                 Is the message and the spirit essay! Comes from the heavenly realms,                                                                               new rumors and sweet,                                                                                           cheerful and not harassing,                                                                                             down from the high choruses, in the form of vapor, and bright beam. TRAVEL IN ITALY published by Meeting Benches in the e-book versions http://meetingbenches.com/bench/e-book-english-version/ offers the opportunity ...

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VILNIUS’ CONTEMPORARY ART GALLERIES / LITHUANIA

A reading room and cinema, encouraging dialogue between art, film and other media, can also be found at the center. The Contemporary Art Centre in Vilnius – Vokieciu st. 2, Vilnius – known locally as Šiuolaikinio Meno Centras, is one of the leading art institutions in the Baltic region. Its focus is on displaying the latest international trends by organizing ...

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IN SMALL VILLAGE ZIBINKAI – Kretinga district, Klaipeda (Lithuania): HBH Juozo Alus, to give you a different day

The first beer barrels were filled by HBH “Juozo” beer brewery on 1st of May, 1995, in small village Žibininkai. A bar with three tables, containing only 18 people, was equipped near brewery for beer lovers. (Zibininkai LT-97230 | Kretinga district, Klaipeda 97230, Lituania). HBH Juozo Alus http://www.hbh.lt/en/ For a good dinner, to give you a different day. Lovely venue, ...

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LITHUANIAN MUSIC

Traditional Lithuanian Music https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldMiL_gJG2I A folk song from Lithuania https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3subUnkjUHU The 16 most awesomest Lithuanian songs ever https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-AXIA6nEhXY Hot Electronic Music “Best of Lithuania” Mix https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6aV-UuTAEcE

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LITHUANIAN POEMS

IDENTITY CRISIS – Poetry by Eugenijus Ališanka Who would I be if I weren’t, as I am now a man of unknown faith my head out on its own, and god too and language patched from languages. Say I were a long-haul truck driver, what would I eat what would I think, where would I sleep and with whom. The ...

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THE WHITE SHROUD – Romance by Antanas Škėma

He’s sometimes referred to as Lithuanian Albert Camus. His style is full of unexpected metaphor and subconscious. He was born in a November day, 1910. Antanas Škėma, was a Lithuanian writer, and during World War I he lived in Russia with his parents. In 1921, they all came back to Lithuania. From 1940 to 1944 he did work in Vilnius ...

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WELCOME TO SUNNY NERINGA – At one time, this was a fishing village

Welcome to Nida, Lithuania. At one time, this was a fishing village, overlooking the beautiful peninsula of Neringa (a strip of land separating the Curonian Lagoon from the Baltic Sea). Today, as you are also able to see, Nida is a tourist center, with beautiful beaches and white sand dunes, all surrounded by pine forests. http://www.lithuania.travel/en-gb/ What to see? We ...

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EVERY DAY, IN THAT UNFORGETTABLE SUMMER – The Other Countryside / Page novel

…………………………. Every day, in that unforgettable summer, Carlo Vanni and Rossella Fanti put the person in the service of their neighbor, but finding the time to get away from the Mission for a few hours, consolidating the common awareness that natural selection is clearly visible in their eyes, in based on the principle that the qualities were inherited at corresponding ...

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INSIDE JAPAN – Varied cuisine, traditional arts and the syncretic fashion Shintoism and Buddhism

Japan? Is so much more than the land of karaoke, Hello Kitty, Manga and Harajuku style. Travel to Japan and you’ll soon see that it’s also home to outlandish game shows, bizarre vending machines, old school sake breweries, and a population of faultlessly considerate people. Travelling in Japan is guaranteed to produce more mind-blowing moments per minute than almost anywhere ...

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THE TEMPLE OF THE GOLDEN PAVILION – Romance by Yukio Mishima

Yukio Mishima was born in Tokyo on January 14, 1925. Writer, playwright, essayist and poet, he was also well known as an actor and film director. His numerous works ranged from the novel to modernizzatee adapted forms in a modern traditional Japanese theater. A grandmother will become a very important figure in the development of his character, both as regards ...

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POEMS FROM JAPAN

THE TWO OF US – Rina Takamatsu poem If it was just the two of us, I’d whisper in your ear, Ill take you by the hand and we’d fly, away from life, away from death, you’d hold me close and together we’d jump, fall into the sky, fall into the galaxy. But it’s not the two of us, theres ...

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