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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