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History & Criticism
  • Author:
    Petru Russu (Petru Rusu)
  • ISBN:
    9189685067
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    978-9189685062
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    World of Art Books (Masters of Today); Limited edition (August 1, 2003)
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    66 pages
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Where Heaven and Earth Meet is the joint product of professors who teach at Al Quds University, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Dominican Seminary in Jerusalem.

by Petru Russu (Petru Rusu) · data of the book Transylvania: Place where Sky. ISBN: 978-91-89685-06-2. ISBN-10: 91-89685-06-7. World of Art Books (Masters of Today) · 2003.

ld Wooden Saint Nicholas Church In Suzdal, Russia This church was built in Glotovo . a caelo usque ad centrum - from the sky into the center. Siberian wooden house.

ld Wooden Saint Nicholas Church In Suzdal, Russia This church was built in Glotovo Russia in 1766 and was recently moved to Suzdal in 1960 to be part of a museum of wooden architecture. Old wooden church in Sudal, Russia. Suzdal, Russia was place where a man named Dionysius was archbishop of the Greek Orthodox Church. He was thrown into prison where he died in This picture is of the Museum of Wooden Architecture and Peasant Life-Church of Transfiguration in Suzdal.

Remarkable wooden churches as well as log houses that are themselves works of art still survive in the vast . The construction of the Epiphany Church three decades later provided a larger space for worship during the long winters

Remarkable wooden churches as well as log houses that are themselves works of art still survive in the vast forested territory between the White Sea and Vologda. Although each decade brings new losses, some of these log structures have been repaired and others - particularly churches - have been rebuilt, often for open-air museums. The construction of the Epiphany Church three decades later provided a larger space for worship during the long winters. In both summer and winter, sun or wind-blown snow, the form of the Intercession Church produces an unforgettable visual impact.

Place where Sky meets with Earth. Published August 1, 2003 by World of Art Books. The people of Reghin call their community the "Town of Violins," a quintessential name for a truly beautiful municipality.

Recent Artist Designer Maker graduate. I predominantly make homewares from wood and ceramic.

Most Romanians in Transylvania belong to the Eastern Orthodox Church .

Most Romanians in Transylvania belong to the Eastern Orthodox Church faith, but from the 18th to the 20th centuries the Romanian Greek-Catholic Church also had substantial influence. Hungarians primarily belong to the Roman Catholic or Reformed Churches; a smaller number are Unitarians. The last battle with the army of the Dacian king took place at Porolissum (Moigrad). The leaders of Transylvania's Romanian National Party met and drafted a resolution invoking the right of self-determination (influenced by Woodrow Wilson's 14 points) for Transylvania's Romanian people, and proclaimed the unification of Transylvania with Romania.

Documentation from the year 1228 indicates that the town was originally incorporated during the reign of Saint Louis, sometime between the years 1077 and 1095 A.D, using the name Saxon-Reghin. The earliest population was of Saxon-German descent. However, an influx of Hungarian and Romanian workers to the region increased the size of the town significantly as these newcomers settled on the outskirts of the municipality in areas that came to be known as The Maiers. It was here, at the margins of the newfound settlements that the Romanian population of Reghin built a small church for themselves in 1725 ... the Gabriel Patrol Angels wooden church from the Transylvania town of Reghin. Transylvania was first referred to in a Medieval Latin document in 1075 as ultra silvam, meaning literally 'through the woods'; or 'beyond the woods', Transylvania is quite large, taking up about a third of Romania, bounded on the east and south by the Carpathian mountains, region of Central Europe. Despite its long history and rich culture, it is chiefly associated in the world with Dracula(!). In its ancient history, the territory of Transylvania belonged to a variety of empires and states, including the Celts, Scythians, the Kingdom of Dacia and the Roman Empire ...