Art in Minneapolis and around the world.

Minneapolis is a large modern city and the capital of Minnesota, United States.  Even in this dynamic Metropolis, I felt good and comfortable during our visit. Needless to  say, that Minneapolis is a popular tourist destination.  The Minneapolis and St. Paul are Twin Cities and full of unique things to do and see.  The Minneapolis skyline looks so impressive. It has 190 completed  high-rise buildings and 39  of them taller than 300 feet (91 m). The highest building in Minneapolis is the 57-story IDS Center (241 m), designed by architect Philip Johnson. Another two tallest buildings are the Capella Tower (236 m) and the Wells Fargo Center (236 m).  The city offers beautiful parks, amazing nature and zoo. Also, Minneapolis is an art city and center of folk, funk music, museums, ballet and theatres.  Some cities have a recognisable symbol: Eifel Tower — Paris, Colosseum  — Rome, Big Ben — London, Red Square — Moscow andContinue reading “Art in Minneapolis and around the world.”

Tips for 2021 New Year Celebration.

New Year is a favorite holiday for many people. Everyone is waiting for a miracle and sincerely believes in New Year’s magic.  To make dreams and wishes come true, here are tips for the New Year 2021 celebration: 2021 Year of the Metal Ox The symbol of the coming 2021 year is the Metal Ox. It symbolizes perseverance, stubbornness and energy. The Metal Ox has many respects for hardworking people and is going to beContinue reading “Tips for 2021 New Year Celebration.”

Santa around the world.

New Year’s holidays are always the most magical moments of the year, with fabulous, cheerful and kind atmosphere.   Santa is a symbol of this joyous holiday, very popular in every country and he has lots of different names like Santa Claus, Ded Moroz,  Father Christmas,  Saint Nicholas, Sinterklaas,  Saint Nick, Kris Kringle and many more.  The modernContinue reading “Santa around the world.”

Remembrance day.

On November 11, 1918, an Armistice agreement was signed at Le Françoise near Compiegne (France), which ended the fighting on land, sea and air in the World War I. The signed agreement by French Marshal Ferdinand Foch came into force at 11:00 Paris time, November 11, 1918. Since then, Remembrance Day has been established asContinue reading “Remembrance day.”

Detroit: Henry Ford Museum.

I started listening to an audiobook written by Arthur Hailey “Wheels”.I love this author and read almost all of his books. He always has the ability to develop an entertaining plot, precisely describe the production environment, specific details of jobs, and occupations. I really like to read his book. In this novel “Wheels”, Arthur HaileyContinue reading “Detroit: Henry Ford Museum.”