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Kölner Dom, or the Cologne Cathedral in English. One of the most awe-inspiring structures I've ever visited.

Kölner Dom, or the Cologne Cathedral in English. One of the most awe-inspiring structures I've ever visited.

Tomb of Galileo - Florence december '88 rondreis door Italië: Venetië - Rome - Florence

Tomb of Galileo - Florence december '88 rondreis door Italië: Venetië - Rome - Florence

For an interesting read check out (The Illuminati Have Failed) @ http://www.thinkhub.org/the-illuminati-have-failed/... 						 							 						 					    I am not the most avid conspiracy theorist out there. I see many of the issues that exist in todays world as having a less centralized root cause. Not that conspiracies do not exist! Of course they do. People plot and manipulate and contrive ways to reach their...  ...

For an interesting read check out (The Illuminati Have Failed) @ http://www.thinkhub.org/the-illuminati-have-failed/... I am not the most avid conspiracy theorist out there. I see many of the issues that exist in todays world as having a less centralized root cause. Not that conspiracies do not exist! Of course they do. People plot and manipulate and contrive ways to reach their... ...

Check out this shield at the National Museum of the Bargello in Florence.

Check out this shield at the National Museum of the Bargello in Florence.

Lorenzo Ghiberti 1378–1455, detail of the East Baptistry doors, Florence  #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola

Lorenzo Ghiberti 1378–1455, detail of the East Baptistry doors, Florence #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola

“Langdon and Sienna sprang into motion again—although probably only delaying the inevitable—shuffling backward on all fours into the second cavern, which was smaller, deeper, and darker. It, too, was dominated by a central piece of art—in this case, a statue of two intertwined lovers—behind which Langdon and Sienna now hid anew.” - chapter 29

“Langdon and Sienna sprang into motion again—although probably only delaying the inevitable—shuffling backward on all fours into the second cavern, which was smaller, deeper, and darker. It, too, was dominated by a central piece of art—in this case, a statue of two intertwined lovers—behind which Langdon and Sienna now hid anew.” - chapter 29

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