These square I saw only in the pictures of books of history. And when I just walked around Vaticano my feeling were bigger than you can imagine.
Когда видел фото этой площади в Ватикане только в учебниках истории, а также из уроков истории искусств, а потом через определенное время ты сам оказываешься на этой площади, в той самой «картинке» и становишься частью, то словами не описать свои чувства.
Yep and you have one hour left until our show so you better get your butt down to the DoYo!! Here is Maddie Couture’s piece, “Tefilah” about a Jewish Lithuanian couple immigrating to the United States. Don’t miss out! 7:30pm, Kean Theatre. 📸: Lynne DeLade #drewdance#drewuniversity#immigrant#lithuania#performance
The concept of Lohn transpired from the founders’ native homelands of Poland and Lithuania. Jūra translates to “sea” in Lithuanian, and its scent is reminiscent of the Baltic Sea infused with waves of bergamot and lime 🌊🍊 #theamberroad#balticsea#lithuania
the year of crazy amounts of hitchhiking. Hitchhiked for my erasmus studies during winter from Lithuania to Turkey. Had some hardcore cold time in Poland and Czech republic. I found a big and warm ska festival in Ostroda after five hours walking around the town and thinking how to spent night in -21. Slept in public toilet in train station of Brno because of cold. Didn't get any lift for two days in Budapest. After arriving to Turkey I felt like in five star hichhing paradise don't need to wait much always stopping for tea and local food. First time I got lift and rode in pick up load box, truck open box 5people, scooter as passanger and donkey as backpack carier. First time I climbed vulcano, camped on etxreemly windy saltlake, first time camped a cave with WiFi. I like to hitchhike in Turkey so much.. made about 20000km in half year. met amazing Turkish, Kurdish, Syrian people on my way
And made a big promise to climb Ararat if I will come back.
Colors of nature: The Sun
Based on their mass every star has a different pressure, bigger the mass - bigger the pressure, bigger the pressure - the higher temperature the star has. The Sun is a type G main-sequence star, which means yellow hue due to temperature on surface ranging between ~5.000 C - 5.700 C(5.300 K - 6.000 K). Lower mass stars shifts more to a red hue and higher mass stars to a blue.
Standard way to measure the mass of the star is to use solar mass unit(M☉), you don't have to be a genius to understand that the Sun has 1M☉, which is ~2.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000 kg :) Follow me for more or read it all here: