The Baikal is one of the most mysterious and mystical lakes in the world
Baikal – mysterious and mystical lake, lots of magic and mysterious is happening on its shores and in its waters. They say the lake is alive, it responds to human actions.
In 2008, during a research expedition “Worlds” on Baikal” scientists several times plunged into the waters of the lake to a depth of more than six thousand meters. The purpose of the immersion was good to explore the bottom and to determine the deepest point.
But Baikal was against such interference in his life, and August 27, Irkutsk and others close to lake city shook. An earthquake measuring 10 points in the epicenter and 6-7 points in the settlements. Continue reading
From the Northern mountains to the hot Seville and a distant Canary Islands: places to visit, in order to more fully encompass the magnificence of Sunny Spain.
1. Pueblos Blancos, Andalusia
White villages, onizawa hilly region in Central Andalusia, not too long ago experienced a period of decline: young people in large quantities left of these farm settlements, heading for work in major cities. But now the residents of the villages obviously have decided to attract more tourists and began restoration of the buildings and bridge.
Narrow alleys, winding between whitewashed houses, ancient churches and overgrown variegated colors of the site was returned to its medieval charm. The picturesque village is Grazalema, Vejer de La Frontera and Arcos de La Frontera. Continue reading
Ancient structures from plates found by scientists on the territory of the national Park “Onega Pomerania”
In the national Park “Onega Pomorie” scientists have discovered a construction of stone blocks (megaliths) created by ancient people about seven thousand years ago. The megaliths in the village of Letnyaya Zolotitsa were discovered last year by the master Department of St. Petersburg state University (SPbSU) Daria th. On the basis of measurements of geodetic azimuths by the arrangement of stones has been hypothesized about being on the shore of the White sea megalithic complex.
To explore this hypothesis, the national Park “Onega Pomerania” in August of this year was visited by scientists from St. Petersburg. They conducted a second, more accurate measurement. As told head of the Department of regional studies and international tourism, St. Petersburg state University, doctor of geographical Sciences, Professor, full member of Russian geographical society Dmitry Sevastyanov, discovered a stone slab the size of h cm thick and 70 cm long side is oriented due North-South. Continue reading