Arača

© Luna Jovanović Arača is a medieval Romanesque church ruin located about 12 km north of Novi Bečej, Serbia. It was built around 1230 during administration of the Kingdom of Hungary. ‘Osnova ove impozantne crkve kao i prostorni raspored karakterističan je za franjevačke crkve u prelaznoj varijanti romanogotičkog stila (polukružni, blago prelomljeni luci i uzani, polukružno […]

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Museum of Alchemists

Take a look at this enchanting farmacy-museum that I found in Krakow (Poland). Accommodated in a 15th century townhouse, this museum is a marvelous trace of Europe’s greatest magicians. Most of the items in them museum belonged to Michael Sendivogius (1566-1636), an enigmatic alechemist. ________________________________ Poljski lekar i alhemičar, Michael Sendivogius (1566-1636), pisac nekoliko pseudonaučnih/ filozofskih dela, […]

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Szépművészeti Múzeum: Three Women

Szépművészeti Múzeum, Budapest photo: Luna Jovanovic ________________________________________________________ Lucrece /Judith   “Always beneath or above concrete events, I remain a prisoner of this alternative: the world as a real object that dominates me and devours me (like Judith) in suffering and in fear, or else the world as a pure fantasy which dissolves in my hands, […]

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Grad Kusko (Peru)

” The life of civilized peoples in pre –  Columbian America is a source of wonder to us, not only in its discovery and instantaneous disappearance, but also because of its bloody eccentricity, surley the most extreme ever concieved by an aberrant mind. Continious crime comitted in broad daylight for the mere satisfaction of deified […]

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