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This is Belarusian palace of the 19th century is situated in the Belarusian town of Kossovo. Architects F.Yaschold and V.Marconi participated In the construction of the palace and park. The palace has a well-developed composition of classicism and neo-gothic style, have fortress towers and turrets in the spirit of Gothic antiquity, it is romantic for the architecture in the middle of the XIX. It was built 1838. Now there is restoration work, the palace is closed to visitors.

Andrzej Tadeusz Bonawentura Kościuszko was born in February 1746 in the village of Mereczowszczyzna, a folwark near the town of Kossovo, and near Palace Puslovskys.

Tadeusz Kościuszko is political and military figure of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (Rzeczpospolita), leader of the rebellion in 1794. National hero of Belarus, Poland and the USA, honorary citizen of France.

A Kossovo palace pictures to photo gallery added 21 June, 2014.

The wonderful forest near Daugerdzishki village, Ivje district, Belarus. A forest wrapped up by an indescribable mossy carpet. Walking around bog. The morning forest.

Belarus is among the top ten states in Europe on forest indicators characterizing the forest resources. Forest in Belarus is not only an economic and ecological resource. For residents of many Belarusian towns and villages all the way of life associated with the forest. Belarusians has always been as forest people who live in the swamps. This is terra incognito for many countries.

Pictures of nature photos gallery from 2 of September, 2006.
And a new updating from August,11, 2007; October,9, 2009; August,21, 2010.

Prushinsky’s country estate in Loshitsa park complex (Lošyca or Loshica), Minsk City, Belarus. Date of construction: 2nd half of XVII – 2nd half of XIX centuries.
Manor house built Stanislaw Prushinsky in the second half of the eighteenth century and rebuilt in the style of Russian Art Nouveau and eclecticism in the nineteenth by the owner of Evstaphi Luban, the now exposed global restoration.
It should be noted that in these places haunted by a ghost. Witnesses claim that it can be seen sometimes in the night.

Loshitsa panoramas photo and just photos are shooted:
28 of April, 2007.
01 of July, 2012.
04 of July, 2014.

This is a small river which flows between hills and runs into the river of Neman. See photos of Molchad river and nature, images shooted near Dworec village, in this travel photo gallery from Verde Wanderer.
New pictures added to Molchad river photo gallery the 18 of July, 2009 and 30 of September, 2007, are already circulating online.


Today Tabgha (also spelled Tabhka) is village, but a small area on the northwest shore of the Sea of Galilee, not far from Capernaum. There lies the Church of the Multiplication of Loaves and Fishes, the traditional site of the food multiplication story found in all four gospels (Matthew 14:13-21, Mark 6:31-44, Luke 9:10-17, John 6:5-15). It is also where Jesus appeared to his disciples after his resurrection (John 21:1-17).

The church is most famous for a mosaic of loaves and fishes from the original mid-third century church. The church was expanded in the fifth century, but soon after destroyed by the Persians when they invaded in 614. The Byzantine structures and mosaics were excavated in the 1930s by a German team. In 1982, the current reconstruction was added. The original mosaics depict water birds and plants, ecology of the marshy swamps typical of the area historically.

The name Tabgha is a variation on its ancient Greek name, Heptapegon, meaning “seven springs.” Six of these springs have been identified in modern times, including one known as “Job’s Spring.”

This was probably the shrine described by the pilgrim Egeria at the end of the 4th century:

“In the same place facing the Sea of Galilee is a well watered land in which lush grasses grow, with numerous trees and palms. Nearby are seven springs which provide abundant water. In this fruitful garden Jesus fed five thousand people with five loaves of bread and two fish.”

This pictures have been taken on 27 of September, 2011.
This photo gallery is as Israel Travel Photo Guide.