Unfinished Michelangelo

:: in April 29, 2015 :: in Blog :: 0 comments

The Renaissance grew up in Florence, mostly thanks to the generous support of the powerful Medici family, who were surrounded by many artists. The family had its ups and downs, and even was exiled from the city at the turn of 15th and 16th centuries, but came back quite quickly…

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Dirty romanesque stuff

:: in June 22, 2014 :: in Blog :: 0 comments

There has been quite a big scandal in Poland recently – one of the journals revealed the tapes with the records of Polish politicians. Among other things, one of them (a minister Sienkiewicz) described situation in our country using vulgar phrase, that could be translated as “a dick, an ass…

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A “horny” error

:: in March 14, 2014 :: in Blog :: 0 comments

There is a San Pietro in Vincoli basilica in Rome – it is dedicated to Saint Peter in Chains (the chains relics are actually kept there). It is famous mostly for the tomb of Pope Julius II, containing Michelangelo’s statue of Moses. The tomb was initially supposed to be much…

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