Victims of the Malaysia plane crash are still missing. Let's not give up until we get answers. In the mean time, please help family members who have lost someone in this crash by donating so they can have safe clean drinking water.
Okay, let us get this out-of-the-way from the very beginning – the Samsung Galaxy S5′s debut was unlike the introduction of their Galaxy S4 or Note 2 or 3 models…things were toned way down from the flamboyant shows that Samsung usually provides,...
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Above: Giotto's "Marriage at Cana," 14th century (image via Wikipedia). We all know the story of Jesus turning water into wine at Cana, as recounted in the Gospel According to St. John. According to Jewish tradition, a marriage cannot be performed without a blessing over the wine. Had Jesus not transformed the water into wine, there would have been no marriage that day. [...]
Le Mont Saint-Michel en photos. Faîtes votre choix !
Bien entendu classé au Patrimoine de l'UNESCO, de l'Humanité, et bien qu'il joue à être un coup Normand, un coup Breton, selon les caprices du Couesnon (c'est quelque part logique...puisque l'Etat a décidé de l'attribuer à la Normandie, bien que situé à une poignée de kilomètres de Rennes...alors, il se dit peut-être..."p't'être bien que je suis Normand, et p't'être ben que je suis Breton aussi...lol), ce joyau n'en demeure pas bien l'un des bijou français.
Et j'aimerais que plus de personnes sur cette terre le connaisse, et vienne lui rendre une petite visite.
Beautiful property , originally used as a hunting residence in the course of 1800 have been added to the wings , taking its current form, which consists of a main building with 7 bedrooms, three spacious rooms and a private chapel, in addition to a second building with two additional bedrooms, all with a total area of 2,000 square meters . The structure is located within a park of 5 hectares, as well as a plot of 12 hectares planted with walnut trees.
The property is accessed through a private road which avenue is surrounded by cypress trees. The villa is completely surrounded by the green countryside, much of which is composed of oak, linden and pine. In the spring of cherry trees offer a fascinating spectacle, with their characteristic white flowers. [...]
Via Mariano Pallottini
Celebritize You's insight:
Oh beautiful Italy. Everywhere you go, greenery, villas with character and spectacular flowers. A large villa posted here for you to check out.
My Family came to Canada in 1913 from the town of Pesaro in the Province of Le Marche, Italy. Over the years, traditions were lost or no longer practiced as my ancestors blended more into the Canadian fabric. But, Crescia has always survive the test of time and it has now been alive and well for 4 generations in our Canadian family. I’m sure it’s not the same as the one my great-grandmother (Bisnonna Laura) made, but I hope it’s a close second.
Crescia is a vastly different bread, depending on the region of its origins. It can be as thin as focaccia or as high as the crescia that originated in Pesaro. The later is the one that my Family has made for generations, though it was denser and did not rise as high as the one that I make. But, it is similar in its signature ingredients of eggs, black pepper and cheese.[...]