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Pysanka Museum in Kolomyia - description and location on the map, Ukraine

For a long time in Ukraine there is a special type of activity, this is egg painting, which only very skilled craftsmen were engaged in. Such art is called pysanka. This is where these works of art are stored. Until this moment, painted eggs were kept in a variety of buildings and museums, but after long wanderings and moving, a modern and magnificent museum building was nevertheless built.
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Museum of Smoking, Indonesia, Kudus

The inhalation of smoke from burning plants has a very ancient history, and was originally an element of magical rituals. Smoking and, in particular, tobacco smoking was the destiny of the elite, but with the spread of tobacco throughout the world and the tobacco smoking industry, the inhalation of tobacco smoke from a magical ritual turned into a bad habit, addictive and addictive.
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Self portrait with Elena Fourman and son, Rubens

Self portrait with Elena Fourman and son - Rubens. 203.8x158.1 Against the backdrop of the success of Flemish painting of the 16th century In 1630, at the age of fifty-three, the artist married seventeen-year-old Elena Fourman and moved to live in the village. Since then, his picturesque language has been enriched with new sensual lyricism, most fully expressed in the portraits of his wife and children.
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Samovar Museum, Tula, Russia

In 1990, a museum of samovars was opened in the city of Tula. By visiting this museum you will learn about the history of the samovar, as well as how to make and drink tea using samovars. In the first room you can learn about the samovar production of the city of Tula in the 18-19 centuries. You can also find a rodent, a vessel that was used before the samovar to brew herbs and medicinal plants.
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Portrait of Juan de Parech, Diego Velazquez - description

Portrait of Juan de Parech - Diego Velazquez. 81,3x69,9Creativity of Diego Velazquez is the pinnacle of 17th-century Spanish painting. The master created the presented portrait of his student Juan de Parech, a Moor from Seville, during a trip to Italy. The painting is designed in monochrome colors - gray, brown and black colors, animated only by a white collar of clothing and warm tones of the face and hands.
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Autumn Cannibalism, Salvador Dali, 1936

Autumn cannibalism - Salvador Dali. 65x65.2 Mutual absorption, eating, destruction - this is the plot of this work. The process is devoid of wildness, everything happens very culturally, with the help of cutlery. Nearby is half peeled pear, candied nuts. Tensions are created by pieces of meat, a ruthlessly nailed piece of flesh.
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