Rome. How amazing and unexplored conceals the Eternal city! Rome is a secret, a mystery, trying to guess which has been more than a Millennium.
Today we are facing a completely unusual and unknown journey. We are waiting for the underground Rome, which gives its visitors a lot of surprises and emotions, which is not found anywhere else.
Yes, under the busy streets of modern Rome hidden another the Eternal city since the days of the Holy Roman Empire, “Rome in Rome”. It also consists of houses, roads, aqueducts and temples, hidden in the soil slowly over time.
That’s really hard for builders in Rome. At every step tunneling, the constructors had stumbled on the ruins of an ancient Palace or Church, ancient amphitheatres, tombs, and even entire residential neighborhoods……there is no archaeologists it was not enough. Perhaps because the metro in Rome was built almost 20 years. Continue reading
The Abbey of our lady of Gethsemane is a Roman Catholic monastery of the Order of the Cistercians, known as the “mother of all Trappist house in the United States of America”. It is the oldest active monastery in the United States. He is also known for its store little Grand rapids Farms selling monks made cheese, cake and Bourbon.
Myths and facts
In September 1805, French trappists (Order of Cistercians of strict observance) Abbey of Valsainte in Switzerland arrived in Louisville, Kentucky. They came to meet with the first Catholic priest in the United States Stephen Badin. Local residents welcomed the ancient rituals and way of life of a Trappist, the monks brought with them, so invited them to found a monastery. But due to severe floods left the region.
In 1847 two monks from the French Abbey of Melleray as directed by the rector Maxim was looking for land in Kentucky for the construction of the monastery. Bishop Joseph Benedict of Louisville invited them in nearby Nelson County. Here the monks examined a number of buildings and the land known as Gethsemane. They purchased a property in the same area, which was visited by the Trappist. In the autumn of 1848, forty-four monks of the Abbey of Melleray left France, because she was on the verge of revolution, and settled in Gethsemane. Continue reading
We know about 7 the creation and genius of the inhabitant of our planet, which in ancient times were called amazing things of the world. 7. To have survived solely of the pyramid is the most ancient of the 7 amazing things.
We don’t know, Kai, they were.
Including us and don’t know where surely some of them were posted.
But still they excite the imagination, draw on the road, I ask that we not try to discover and find answers.
The choice of the number consecrated oldest ideas of his fullness, completeness and perfection, the number 7 was considered a sacred number of the Lord Apollo – the number of harmony. According to Pythagoras, 7 specifically serves as a prototype of the universe, reflecting proportionality, harmony of parts. Continue reading