Architectural tradition of India
Ideal scheme of the Indian temple is composed of large, rectangular courtyards grouped together, surrounded by walls with monumental gates (Toran), leading to the four cardinal points. In the center…

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Next to Stonehenge was found by the Swedish construction of the stone age
Today as five thousand years ago southern Scandinavia had a humid climate and was characterized by frequent precipitation. The coast was covered with dense deciduous and mixed forests, which, like…

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Ancient underground structures

The report is written only on the basis of requests and a deep respect for my old colleagues J. p. Baclawski (C. R.) and R. Biliki (Germany), the latter of which was also my boss under the line of ITT in the second half of 90-ies.

6. Underground structures for special purposes

This term means tens of kinds and types of underground facilities, separate facilities are not quite traditional. The region is infinitely large. This report will mention only a few.

6.1. Underground structures for the purposes of science

Need of scientific support for the development of nuclear industry, energy and weapons resulted in the need for immediate construction in the Moscow region, Siberia and other places of several large research complexes. /5/.

For example, in the early 50-ies was built on the North of Moscow region Dubna. In it for the Physical Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences was built sinhrofazatron energy 10 GeV, the cyclotron of highly charged ions of 120 MeV. most complex research installations . Continue reading

The Gothic quarter
The historic part of Barcelona called the Gothic, is considered the pearl of the Catalan metropolis. Stone buildings, palaces and mansions, churches, apartment houses, narrow streets and squares of the…


Archaeologists: most ancient temples were not temples
Ancient buildings discovered in Turkey, as suggested by archaeologists, are the most ancient temples in the world, may not have been a build strictly for religious purposes, according to the…

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