I'm starting to think the Bolshevik Revolution was cover to destroy Russian history.Stunning pictures, truly like ideas of Atlantis. I take most of it was torn down shortly after the exhibition. I especially found the parts about the Russian achievements interesting, seems they were quite advanced. That telecscope must have been a sight to behold... any idea what happened to it after?
Not that I could find, but take a look at an other building:Is there a close up of that griffin? From this distance it could be just about anything else with wings.
This one looks very much like a painting, not a photograph.Could anyone explain the people in this particular image?
Hi, I notice that you have taken this tweet from a Rennie Mackintosh House tweet page. Is there any reason relating to Tartaria that you follow this page or is it just co-incidence? I ask because I grew up a few houses down from 78 Derngate, Northampton so I have a personal interest. Is it due to Rennie Mackintosh being active during the late 19th early 20th century, when a lot of this cover up was going on. Most of these topics tend to relate to architecture in large cities, but it appears to be a phenomenon also occur in smaller settlements also.On twitter yesterday
Exposition Universelle, Paris. Photographer unknown. 1900.
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