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Nature sometimes creates a very bizarre forms. Often single stump or dried driftwood look like remarkably picturesque, reminding us of the fabulous Goblin or other mysterious creatures like Chupakabra.
These photos are taken the early spring in the forest near town. Forest areas pixel garbage, this indicates the human activity. Garbage as excrements of civilization dissolves in the stomach of nature is slowly-slowly.
Pictures has been taken 21 of March, 2010; 1 of March, 2014; 27 of Fabruary, 2016.



The Dudutki Ethnological Museum complex includes several buildings – this craft courtyard with a creamery, Pottery workshop, a mini-exhibition of folk life and forge.

Over the craft courtyard is Animal Farm, where in addition to the usual cows, geese and chickens live wild boar and deer.

There is a wooden church in honor of John Prophet built near the entrance to the estate in 2008.

Everyone can get in Dudutki as excursion or independently. The village is located 40 kilometers from Minsk. You need to go to Slutsk highway pointer to the Museum of Dudutki.

Pictures have been taken on 10 of May, 2008.



“Our Lady of Banneux” is the sobriquet given to the apparition of the Virgin Mary to Mariette Beco, an adolescent girl living in Banneux, province of Liège from Belgium.
Between January 15 till March 2, 1933, Mariette Beco told her family and parish priest of seeing a Lady in white who declared herself to be the “Virgin of the Poor”, saying I come to relieve suffering and believe in me and I will believe in you. In one of these visions, Mariette said the Lady asked her to drink from a small spring, telling her the spring was for healing and “for all nations”. Over time theplace drew pilgrims. Today, the small spring yields about 2,000 gallons of water a day with many reports of miraculous healings.

Things to do in Monastery near Banneux – pictures of Banneux Belgien photo gallery added 13 of April, 2013.


Basilica in Aglona Latvia was built in the late baroque style, it is decorated with two 60 meters high towers. Pilgrims come to Aglona every year on August 15 to celebrate the day of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary into Heaven. It is one of the most well-known sacred sites in the world. The Dominican order founded a monastery and built the first wooden church in Aglona in the 17th century. When in 1699 the wooden church burned down, the stone building of a monastery and the present temple was built on its place in 1768 – 1780. The interior finish of the church was created in the 18th – 19th century, but the pulpit and the organ – at the close of the 18th century.

Five hundred meters from the Basilica is a former Catholic school, now is the usual school.

Aglona Basilica photos and panoramas are shooted: 24 of August, 2014.

The Judean Desert is an array of hills and canyons, falling from the heights of around 1,000 meters in the Judean Mountains, to the Dead Sea.

Though hostile and arid, the Judean desert was settled since before recorded history. Jericho, which was founded over 12,000 years ago (around 9,000 BCE), is one of the oldest continuously-inhabited cities in the world, and it is the first city in the world that had walls built to protect it. Another notable place is Ein Gedi, a large oasis that had cities built around it for over 6,000 years. Inside the desert itself there are numerous isolated monasteries, many are still active to this day.

The Judean desert played an important role in the jewish kingdoms in Israel during the biblical times, and also during the greek and roman times.

Because of its’ rough terrain and climate, The Judean desert was known as a hiding place for refugees and rebels. King David fled to the Judean desert with his soldiers after king Saul ordered to have him killed. During the greek and roman times, the Hasmonean dynasty and the roman client king Herod the Great built and fortified many forts, strongholds and even palaces in the Judean desert, most famously, Masada. During the Roman-Jewish wars, the jewish rebels fled to the Judean desert and fortified in the strongholds there. The last free standing jewish stronghold in jewish history, prior to the establishment of the modern state of Israel, was Masada.

This real photos in picture gallery have been taken on 01 of October, 2011.