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idkrn:

hiddleswiggles:

That’s good service.

We shall never deny a guest even the most ridiculous request..

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floralls:

Dream Home (by IrenaS)

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helenofdestroy:

Grüner See (Green Lake) is a lake in Styria, AustriaIn the winter you’ll find crisp, tranquil grasslands and lake that is only about 3 to 6 feet deep.  However, during the spring, when the temperature rises and the snow melts, the basin of land below the mountains fills with water. The lake reaches its maximum depth of around 40 feet from mid-May to June and is claimed to look the most beautiful at this time.

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Casa Reverencia ~ living room, Mexico by Olson Kundig Architects.

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Flatface Number Two is way more dressed for D&D than I will be! Red Indian, yo. #iamsohopelessatthisfml

whats-the-big-deal:

menthuthuyoupi:

what is James Franco doing

he’s doing us all a favor

HAHAHAHAHAHA

whats-the-big-deal:

menthuthuyoupi:

what is James Franco doing

he’s doing us all a favor

HAHAHAHAHAHA

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memory-of-the-romanovs:

The Romanovs and their palaces. Ливадийский дворец | Livadia Palace | Russia | Crimea | a few miles west of Yalta. 

We cannot find any words to express our joy and pleasure to have such a house, built exactly as we wanted. The architect Krasnov is an amazing fine fellow" - wrote Nicholas II to his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna on September 20th, 1911, after his first visit to Livadia.

Livadia was originally built in 1911 as a summer palace for Nicholas II. The palace was designed by the Russian architect Nikolay Petrovich Krasnov in the Italian Renaissance style with some features of Byzantine, Arabian and Gothic architecture in addition. N.P. Krasnov managed to successfully inscribe the palace into the surrounding landscape and situate the building in such a way that all its sides were absolutely open for the sun. The palace contains 116 rooms, with interiors furnished in different styles. There are 5 grand rooms in the palace: Vestibule, the majestic Dining room (so-called “White Hall”), an English billiard-room, Rest room and a Tsar’s study of maple wood. This palace was the site of the historic Yalta Conference of 1945, when Joseph Stalin hosted the British prime minister, Winston Churchill, and the U.S. president, Franklin Roosevelt, as these three world leaders decided the fate of eastern Europe after World War II. Today the palace is a museum.

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This is not a photograph of lovers, this is a 400 year old marble statue of Pluto and Proserpina

BERNINI. His works are stunning.

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