Friday, May 27, 2011

Arles festivals

Arles is a cultural hub open to all Mediterranean cultures in the areas of Creation. The city is home to several publishing houses (Harmonia Mundi, Actes Sud, Picquier, Phonurgia Nova), the National School of Photography (NPHS) and the University's summer radio. It includes two theaters, the Municipal Theatre of Aries and that of Salita, and two cinemas, Femina and Méjannote 25.

Throughout the year, the city is enlivened by the traditional parties (the election of the Queen of Arles, the Feria of Easter and all other bullfighting events, the exhibition of Santon), meetings and numerous photographic festivals (festival of world music of "Suds in Arles", music festival Actes Sud, Peplum Film Festival, festival naked pictures ...). Arles also boasts a large market held twice weekly, Wednesday and Saturday along the ancient ramparts of the city.

Calendar of Major Events

Easter: Easter Feria
May 1: Feast of herdsmen and every 3 years election of the Queen of Aries
Early May: European Festival of nude photo
Mid-May: Jazz in Arles
Early July: The Feasts of Arles (pegoulado, party costume and gold cockade)
Early July: Les Rencontres d'Arles (International Meeting of Photography)
Mid July: Suds in Arles (world music) and stops the Cargo (concerts)
Late July: Summer School Radio
Late August: Arelate (Roman days) and Film Festival Peplum
Mid-September: Feria rice, Camargue horse festival and gourmand
End of September: Feast of the beginnings of rice
Late September: Antiques and flea market
Late October: Festival of the Harp
Late November: Provence Prestige
Late November-early January: International Exhibition santonniers
Late December: Christmas Funnies
The city is a member of the Union of French bullfighting cities.

Friday, May 20, 2011

Arles in the antique era

Celtic-Ligurian oppidum, the site of Arles is frequented by merchants Mediterranean. With the founding of Marseilles (600 BC.), The city is organized in the late fifth century BC. BC first in emporion Greek colony then called Théliné19. When pushed Celtic early fourth century BC. AD, the city comes under the domination Aboriginal and resumed the name Arelate. During the second century BC. AD, the conflicts between Marseille and the confederation Salyens to cause significant damage the city. After the crushing of the Confederacy in 122 BC. BC, the Romans settled in Provence. Arles is probably linked to Narbonne Gaul, founded in 118 BC. AD, although some historians from that time include the city of Arles in the influence area of ​​Marseille.

Map of Europe in 476 with the Visigothic Provence, after the fall of the Roman Empire
Arguing in 49 BC. BC Julius Caesar against Marseille, Arles is rewarded and became a Roman colony from 46 BC. AD. His initial fortune dates from that period. It has for almost three centuries of several successive town planning during which she embellished with its many monuments and protects itself with its ramparts. Christianity moved into the city and its first bishop historically known Marcianus, was first mentioned in 254 in a letter of St. Cyprian. After the destruction of the years 250-270, which tradition attributes to historical Alemanni, urban development not resumed until the early fourth century under Emperor Constantine, with a new political and administrative growth, the city then becomes a home the emperor. He stayed there several times and it holds the council of 314. Probably in 407, the imperial administration moves the praetorian prefecture of Gaul previously located in Trier, Arles, which therefore knows a renaissance political and ecclesiastical exactly a century after Constantine I. However, this new role does not exclude the threat of invasions Federated Visigoths in Aquitaine from 418. Finally, after many attempts, Arles is made by and becomes Euric Visigothic city in 476.

Friday, May 13, 2011

Arles - climat

Arles is a Mediterranean climate with long summer, hot and dry, mild winters, lots of sunshine and erratic rainfall. Its climate includes features related to the geographical situation of the city south of the Rhone Valley between Cevennes and southern Alps. And fall, and to a lesser extent the periods April-early May, are watered with rainfall brief but important and sometimes harsh winters because of the Mistral wind and cold that gives them exceptional brightness Arles landscape. In winter temperatures drop below zero frequently over periods sometimes exceeding several weeks. One may recall the winters 1929, 1944, 1956, 1963, 1986 with records around -15 to -18 ° C. Conversely, 1 August 2001, at the Tour de Valat Arles station, was recorded a temperature of 38.7°C.

Rainfall Mediterranean are related to depression formed over the Gulf of Genoa off the Balearic Islands. Winds from east to south-east hot, loaded with water since crossing the Mediterranean meet the obstacle of the Cevennes, or less often, the Alps, rise into contact with cold air altitude cumulus nimbus enormous and sometimes erupt into brutal storms. The location of rain varies according to the respective location of the anticyclone and depression and their intensity depends on the volume of cloud created by the winds and humidity are of course differences in temperature. These storms generally occur in autumn and may cause precipitation of 200 mm per day and sometimes more. Duration of a few hours, they are often violent, such as 4 and Thursday 11 September 2008 where there were over 50 mm in less than an hour! The monthly rainfall also exhibits great variability. However, the annual rainfall is only 524 mm, one of the lowest in France and number of rainy days (+ 1 mm / day) for approximately 60 days per year. But this average hides a variable annual rains very important and the numbers range from 344 mm in 1945 to 1 063 mm in 1960, variations of more than 200%. The statistics also reveal that the dry or very dry periods may span two or three years, as between 1945 and 1947.

Friday, May 6, 2011


Camargue is an area of ​​over 930 km ² and is practically a large lowland island (surrounded by river and sea), situated in one of the largest river deltas in Europe. Third area is the lake - the largest is Etang de vaccarese. Coast Marine are the sand dunes, occupy the center of the marshes and lakes, the northern part of the agricultural land (rice cultivation). The soil is mostly brackish namuły river, the land is regularly flooded and inundated, and most lakes are the remnants of oxbow lakes.

In the Camargue, there are approximately 400 species of rare birds in Europe (including the continent's largest breeding colony of flamingos), and other animals (including the famous wild white "horses of the Camargue). The vegetation is mainly słonorośla and tamarisk. Plague the region are mosquitoes. The area was protected as early as 1927, and in 1970 created the Parc Régional de Camargue, with many reserves.

Camargue landscape was largely transformed by man (the construction of dykes and drainage channels). The region is sparsely populated, due to unfavorable climatic conditions, a small population living from tourism, harvesting of sea salt and breeding bulls to fight in the arenas. Located at the seaside resort of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer is the annual pilgrimage of Roma people to the famous miraculous statue of sacred Sarah (regarded as their protectress).

Friday, April 29, 2011

History of Provance

From 443 tribes of northern Provence najeżdżały Burgundians. From the sixth century, parts of Provence were in the hands of various Frankish kings. Following the Treaty of Verdun in 843, Provence was on the territory granted Lotarowi I. Since the year 879 under the rule of Boson V of Provence - in-law of Charles the Bald - Provence was part of the kingdom of Provence and Burgundy, also called the kingdom of Lower Burgundy. In the year 934 Lower Burgundy succeeded Rudolf II, King of Upper Burgundy, which was created as a result of the united kingdom of Burgundy. As a part of Provence has been a county.
After the termination of the line descendants of Rudolf II, since the year 1032 as the county already Burgundy became a part of the Roman Empire and the rulers of Provence Marquis wore titles, earls, dukes. As a result of dynastic mariaży, since the year 1112 Provence passed to the Catalan-Aragonese dynasty, and clashed on the territory of French and Spanish influences. After the death of the last independent ruler in the year 1481, combined with France Provence personal union. However, parts of medieval Provence and a few enclaves within its territory for a long time were outside the French domination.

Friday, April 22, 2011

Sightseeing in Niece

In Nice, in the district Cimiez, there are preserved ruins of Roman thermal baths from the third century and the ruins of a Roman amphitheater.
Other structures:
remains of the castle and the Romanesque cathedral
churches (XIV-XVIII century)
Cathedral of Sainte-Réparate
Church of Saint-François-de-Paule (1736)
Church of Saint-Jacques
Church of Saint-Augustin
Senate Palace (Palais du Sénat, XVII century)
Lascaris Palace
The main thoroughfare of the city is famous Promenade des Anglais (Promenade des Anglais) from the early nineteenth century with garden Jardin Albert I.
Museum of Fine Arts (Musée des Beaux-Arts) from the works of the Impressionists (Degas, Renoir, Monet and Sisley);
Museum of Modern Art and Contemporary Art (Musée d'Art moderne et d'Art contemporain) (works of Warhol, Lichtenstein and Noland);
Musée Matisse (rich collection of works by painter);
Musée d'archéologie;
Musée national Marc Chagall (M. Chagall works.)

Friday, April 15, 2011

History of Nice

Nikaia Greek colony was founded around 300 BC. In Roman times was an important port of Nice. From the third century was the seat of a bishopric. From the fifth century Germanic invasions and frequent Saracens. In medieval times, threatened by Genoa, defended its independence in alliance with Pisa. In the thirteenth-fourteenth century several times under the rule of the Counts of Provence. In 1388, surrendered to the dukes of Savoy, who contributed to the development of the city. During the wars of Francis I, Emperor Charles V in 1543 Nice was plundered after the siege by the combined Franco-Turkish troops. In 1626, acquired a substantial privileges, during the reign of Louis XIV, many times it was under French occupation. France ceded by the Kingdom of Sardinia in 1860, 26 February 2001 signed the Treaty of Nice in Nice, the European Union Reform.

Friday, April 8, 2011

Facebook travel pages

Facebook can be a great travel guide. There are some many Facebook pages dedicated to travel, hotels, deals, cities, sight-seeing and more. Sometimes I just want to like them all at once:) Well, with this catalog of Facebook pages you can actually like as many pages as you want from one place. You can search for them by categories or by language. I think it's a cool site, so I'm recommending it:)

Thursday, March 31, 2011

What to visit in Genoa?

Via Garibaldi Avenue
Doria Tursi Palace (it. Palazzo Doria Tursi) from the sixteenth century, now houses the city hall and art museum;
Bianco Palace (it. Palazzo Bianco) from the sixteenth century, located art gallery with paintings by Italian masters such as Caravaggio, Veronese Filippin Lippi as well as little-known Genoese painters;
Rosso Palace (it: Palazzo Rosso) from the seventeenth century
Cemetery Camposanto
House of Christopher Columbus (it.: Casa di Colombo)
Gothic town hall, the thirteenth to fifteenth century
Cathedral of San Lorenzo (it.: Cattedrale di San Lorenzo), the cathedral of the twelfth-thirteenth century and rebuilt in the sixteenth century
Il Faro lighthouse (XII century)
Art Museum in the former Palace Paroti
Museum of Oriental Art (it.: Museo d'arte orientale Edoardo Chiossone)
De Ferrari Square (it: Piazza De Ferrari)
Palace of the Doges of Genoa (it. Palazzo Ducale) from the seventeenth century
Victory Square (it: Piazza della Vittoria)
Old Port (it.: Porto Antico)
galleon Neptune - a replica galleon used in the film Pirates of R. Polanski
Il Bigo - a monumental eight-spoke design with a lift lookout
maritime museum (it. Il Galata - Museo del Mare di Genova)
Palace San Giorgio (it. Palazzo San Giorgio) from the thirteenth century
monuments from the Roman period
aquarium (one of the largest in Europe)
The city walls from the twelfth century.

Saturday, March 26, 2011

The economy of Genoa

Genoa is the southern corner of the industrial triangle of Milan-Turin-Genoa, is one of the major economic centers of the country. Manufactures of GDP in 1915, 08 billion euros, representing 1.3% of national GDP. In 2000 the town was on the 5th place in the ranking of the economically strongest cities in Italy. Bank St. Gregory, one of the oldest banks in the world, was founded in Genoa in 1407 and contributed to the city's economic heyday of the mid-fifteenth century. Today, many leading Italian companies is headquartered in Genoa, including Ansaldo Energia, Ansaldo STS, and Edoardo Garrone Raffinerie.

Monday, March 21, 2011


Genoa is a town in north-western part of Italy on the Ligurian Sea, the Gulf of Genoa, Ligurian Apennines, at the foot, is the capital of the province with the same name and the region of Liguria. Ancient etymology of the name of this city indicates the origin of the Celtic, where he had a similar expression to mean "entry". Genoa is a large cultural center and the largest Italian seaport.

Monday, March 7, 2011

The economy of Gibraltar

Gibraltar is a wealthy country because of its excellent location. Thanks in Gibraltar has developed commercial port and passenger. Support for merchant ships and charges for the transit of goods are the main source of revenue for the colony. Plays an important role as tourism, whereby in 1991 the country was visited by 4.1 million tourists, a safe state was topped up by 112 million USD. The economy is dependent on the peninsula of Britain, which granted the colony of loans and credits. National income in 2008 was 38 200 USD per 1 inhabitant.

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Cape Gelidonya - continued

The wreck rests at a depth of 1926-1928 m, it formed the concretions resulting from the traffic load - bronze objects, pottery and copper bars. The first dive on the position held in 1959 under the chairmanship of P. Throckmorton. Then extracted from the wreckage of tools and weapons of bronze and copper ingots. All these items have been sent to Professor Rodneyowi Young of the University of Pennsylvania, which organized a year later, archaeological expeditions. The designated archaeologist was George Bass. Because of the difficulties she had been exploring the nodules and attention to preserve the delicate items concretions "crushed" into smaller parts only on land. Under the water, their separation is often used hammers and chisels, and the car jack. Which unfortunately can no longer be called a scientific archaeological methods. Transportation of items to the surface were made with trash and buoyancy of balloons. Explored as a layer with ejector. The basic, initial documentation, performed at the bottom with a plate and graphite, and the remainder, including a single monuments on land. Underwater photographic documentation were also performed. Every day diving twice, after 40 and 28 min. For findings on the wreck were items such as bronze tools, which researchers believe most were destined for recycling. In addition, bronze and copper ingots, stone hammers, pat, axes, pottery, scarabs and seal. These monuments were from different places of the eastern Mediterranean, for example, scarabs were the origin of the Syro-Palestinian pottery came from three different locations - Cyprus, Syria and Greece (Mycenae ceramics). The size of the vessel was estimated to be about 8 -9 is the tonnage of about 1 t. Interpreted as a merchant ship-smith, whose area of operation was just part of the eastern Mediterranean.

Friday, March 4, 2011

Population of Gibraltar

Gibraltar has 27.5 thousand inhabitants. Over the past few years, the population of Gibraltar is characterized by dominance of men over the number of women. In 2008 the index stood at 101.13 masculinization of men per 100 women.
Over the last 30 years in Gibraltar there has been a decline in its birth. In 1992, 569 children were born, but 7 years later, there was only 381 births. In 2008, 400 children born. The vast majority of mothers at the age of 1920-1934 years. One in six of them are 35 years and more, while 5.5% of mothers raises her child at the age of 19 and fewer years [2]. For comparison, the number of deaths over the past 30 years varied from 200 to 300 (in 2008 reported 227 deaths).
Gibraltar's population is growing slowly - in December 2008, the number of inhabitants stood at 1929 286th In 2005-2008 the growth rate was 1.76% [2]. The birth rate in recent years ranged from 12 to 15 ‰ (13.7 ‰ in 2008). In the same period the death rate ranged from 6 to 9 ‰ (7.8 ‰ in 2008). Thanks to Gibraltar for several years a positive result recorded natural growth rate of 5.9 ‰ (2008).
The number of marriages over the past 35 years shows a continuous upward trend. In 1984 there were 398 in 2008 - the first time - the number of marriages exceeded the 1000 (there were 1062) [2]. This means that 2.7-fold increase over the quarter. An interesting fact is that most of these marriages are entered into by persons not permanently resident in Gibraltar.

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

The wreck from Cape Gelidonya

At Cape Gelidonya crashed wreckage of the Bronze Age, whose research is also considered by many to be the first professional archaeological work. However, this title should be assigned to another job at Yassi Ada, where he was introduced to the use of multiple methods of exploration and documentation of the position used today. The first wreck was discovered by Fisher sponges Kemal Aras in 1954, this information went in 1958to Peter Throckmorton, an American journalist and amateur archaeologist who led the search for ancient shipwrecks. Although there was a professional archaeologist, his contribution to the development of underwater studies are very large. Even more annoying is the fact that they are often overlooked today, when discussing the history of underwater archaeological research.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Geography of Gibraltar

Lack of natural resources and limited fresh water resources. Water from rain stored in reservoirs carved in the rocks. Some water comes from desalination of sea water.
Gibraltar is one of the most densely populated territories in the world - 4,881 people per 1 km. Over harbor and city buildings rising high in a 426 m above sea level Lime Rock of Gibraltar, which constitutes a strong fortress on the rock surface, and outside in most of nature reserve.
British overseas territory, although it claims to assert Spain. It borders on land from the Spanish town of La Linea de la Concepcion, from which they are separated by a demilitarized neutral zone, where he built an artificial Gibraltar airport runway and buildings land border crossing between Gibraltar and Spain.
A large part of the island is limestone rock of Gibraltar - The Rock. Rock is about 4.8 km long and is connected to the mainland sandy spit with a length of 1.5 km. Rock rises to a height of 426m. and are developed in the karst forms, including 150 caves. Moreover, it is the only place in Europe where there are monkeys (magoty).
Subtropical climate of Gibraltar is intermediate between maritime and continental with hot summers and mild bezdeszczowym winter. Rainfall is about 800 mm per year and accrue mainly to the period from September to March. The temperature in July ranges from 13 to 29 ° C in January from 13 to 18°C.

Sunday, February 27, 2011

The wreck of Titan

Titan sank off the eastern tip of the island Levant. He set up the Office for Protection of Monuments Provencal with recreational and professional divers starting in 1954 for research. An important role was played here Taillize P., who was director of underwater work. One can say that the methods used here were more scientific than previous ventures. Prior to exploration located in the 1927-1929 m of the wreck, made drawings and photographic documentation of the position. Removal of the layers were made using the ejector from which the material entered the appropriate screen on the research vessel. All items are described and cataloged on an ongoing basis, with reference to their position in office. For the items were recovered from the wreckage, among others. 700 amphorae (Dressel type 10 and 12) containing traces indicating that the cargo was cured fish, and besides, the platters, tiles, two vases, coins, dzbanuszki olpées and bone fragment, possibly of human origin. Monet interpreted as a votive, found in the place were the mast, let wydatować unit on the first century BC The exposed part of the wreck (with dimensions of 20 x 4 m) was agreed to raise the bottom, for this purpose przepołowiono it into two parts. On the surface of the individual pieces were placed in boxes with sawdust, it did not protect them from destruction, however. By some excavations at the wreck of Titan have been called the first scientific exploration of the submarine on the sea waters.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

The wreck from Grand Congloué

The wreck discovered in Grand Congloué be between 1935 to 1945 m depth. His tested addressed the group of divers under the supervision of conservators from Provence prof. Fernand Benoit. The work started in 1952, also attended by JY Cousteau and F. Dumas. It is in this position was first used ejector, this device had a diameter of 120 mm, and his departure led to board the research vessel Calypso. There, the material was screened and checked for any small artifacts. Diving as a place from 2 to 3 times a day and lasted 18, 15 and 12 min. When the work was unveiled keel 50 x 75 cm. Among the items discovered were, among others., More than 2.5 thousand. amphoras and more than 6 thousand. pieces or fragments of pottery in general. It was established after testing a hypothesis attributed to a ship journey from Delos, the Rhodes and the Cyclades, and Sicily Campaign to crash off the coast of Marseille. After 25 years of studies on material obtained from the excavations, the experts said that the position in fact consisted of two wrecks, which sank in the same place. The first wreck wydatowano the second century BC, its cargo consisted of about 400 amphorae of wine, the Greco-Roman origin, and about 7 thousand. fragments of dishes from the Campania region. The second wreck wydatowano the end or the beginning of the second century BC, it consisted of over a thousand amphorae of wine, Roman origin, defined as the type of Dressel 1A. Recent studies have shown that the amphoras from the wreck No. 2 comes from Cosa in Etruria - today's Tuscany.

Monday, February 21, 2011

The beginnings of submarine research in the Mediterranean

Until recently, the first archaeological project to explore the nature of the position of an underwater marine, mining was considered one of the ancient statues of cargo ships into the island flooded Antikithirą (Greece) and near the town of Mahdii (Tunisia). Commonly these shares is called research, but be aware that their conduct had nothing to do with archaeological research, in today's sense. They consisted mainly on the extraction of cargo in the form of sculptures, in which documentation was not performed, and pieces of the hull of the ship had been destroyed. Its cargo unit has proved very valuable for archaeologists, art historians, museum. Because they contained valuable antique statues, or their copies, including those made of bronze, which were not previously known from terrestrial stations. The actions of those used sponge divers - who were also the discoverers of the wreck - and supervise their work, archaeologists from the deck of the ship. From the wreckage of a sunken into Antykithyrą, acquired several pieces of wood sheathing, which have been archaeological analysis, however, due to their poor state of preservation did not produce reliable data.

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Underwater archeology

Information about the oldest examples of human descent in the deep sea, from ancient times. In almost all they relate to this type of projects by the campaigns of war or for recovering marine resources - such as sponges, pearls. Notes on this subject were, among others. Pliny the Elder in the works, Thucydides, Wegecjusza, as well as Homer's Iliad.
More information about attempted landing in the deep sea produce contemporary sources from the sixteenth and later centuries. This period was a time of great maritime and colonial expansion, many European countries. The most common means of transport as much military and civilian vessels were then. Many of them were wrecked by acts of war or of destructive weather. Shares extracting precious cargo took place in the Mediterranean, Baltic, and also in the "New World". Usually, when they used a primitive diving bell, and the items were extracted blindly. The most important goal was to recover - to save as much valuable cargo and armaments.
It's hard to talk about the first dives, or zejściach man in the deep sea in order to raise the archaeological material, as a marine area that each has its pioneers. However, you can safely assume that the first intentional underwater archaeological excavations in Greece have been organized in 1885 by Christos Tsoundasa, conservator in Athens. Had a diagnosis of the nature of the underwater and related to the Gulf Salamińskiej together with the place of the battle of Salamis. Apart from isolated finds, they have not yielded the most interesting discoveries, and had no greater importance to the wider underwater archeology. You can even say that was quickly forgotten.

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Internet Explorer and Chrome statistics

Microsoft announced that Internet Explorer 9 has been downloaded 23 million times. It uses the 0.5% of Internet users worldwide. Chrome and managed to win 10% of the market.

All versions of Internet Explorer are used by 56% of Internet users worldwide. This gives Microsoft applications first place among browsers, but the result is weaker compared with December (57%). Recall also that a year ago IE enjoyed 60% popularity among Internet users. Firefox in January, won 22.75% of the market, while the third took the browser from Google. She managed to acquire an interest in 10.70% of people using the web. Was followed by Safari (6.30%), Opera (2.28%) and Opera Mini (0.89%).

The coming period will bring a lot can change in the statistics. Both Microsoft and Mozilla are preparing to release the next version of their browsers. RC IE edition will be 10th February, this month should be also released the fourth version of the Firefox RC It can be assumed that even Google does not grow under their feet fall asleep, and soon there will be another release of Chrome.

Thursday, February 3, 2011

New planetary system

Astronomers have discovered a planetary system only two thousand light years away from Earth. Sensational data was provided by the American Kepler telescope. The system comprises of six planets, all are greater than two to almost five times from Earth, and are greater than the mass of the earth from two to thirteen times.

Monday, January 31, 2011

Google removes torrents from the instant mode

Google announced a month ago, that starts to implement a blocking query, "which are closely associated with piracy. " The queries will be blocked in an instant search results and autocomplete. Eroticism has already removed some time ago, now it's time to torrents. Terms that have been blocked, it, inter alia, BitTorrent, Torrent, uTorrent, MegaUpload and RapidShare. It should be noted that they were not thrown out of the final results of the search, only the mode of instant and AutoComplete.

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Stieg Larsson: "La chica que soñaba con fuego"

En el segundo, después de "Los hombres que odian a las mujeres", parte de la trilogía Millenium, el personaje principal es Lisbeth Salander. Una serie de dramáticos acontecimientos en los recuerdos de Libby del pasado oscuro, que una vez por todas decide instalarse. Dos periodistas, Dag y Mia venir a la información en una notable red de contrabando en gran Europa del Este a Suecia, la gente utiliza para comercio sexual. Muchas personas que participan en él ocupa una posición responsable en la sociedad. Cuando Dag y Mia son brutalmente asesinado y el sospechoso se dirigen a Lisbeth Salander, Mikael decide llevar a cabo su propia investigación. Pronto se descubre el vínculo entre los asesinatos y el caso de contrabando. Terrible Zale, cuyo nombre sigue apareciendo en el curso de la investigación, o algo así con algunas Lisbeth Salander

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Stieg Larsson: "Los hombres que odian a las mujeres"

Un día de septiembre de 1966, dieciséis Harriet Vanger desapareció como una piedra en el agua. Casi cuarenta años más tarde, Mikael Blomkvist se sustituye por el orden inusual de Henrik Vangera. De pie en la cabeza de un magnate del conglomerado industrial a gran pregunta se encuentra en la esquina de la vida del periodista para escribir una crónica familiar Vangerów. Parece que la enumeración de la historia es sólo una excusa para tratar de resolver el misterio de la desaparición de Harriet. Mikael Blomkvist, declarado culpable de difamar al editor del Milenio, está experimentando una crisis de valores y de renuncia a derechos. Tome el orden inusual, dejando de Estocolmo y se instala en un pequeño pueblo en el norte. Después de algún tiempo, acompañado por el hackerka joven excéntrico, Lisbeth Salander. En conjunto, aunque no siempre del brazo, tomar una lupa el Vangerów clan pasado y detectar la verdad mucho más oscura y sangrienta de lo que esperaba encontrar.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Mis páginas favoritas en

Me encanta Facebook y yo soy un miembro de muchas páginas (o como se le conocía yo soy un fan de ellos). Me alegré mucho al descubrir que algunas de las páginas, que soy un miembro de hecho a la cima en Por ejemplo esta página que me gusta mucho: Zara (una de las tiendas de mis favoritos) tiene 7.439.068 personas que les gusta. RealMadrid tiene 6.517.267 y sólo es superado por el FC Barcelona, con 7.821.193. Me encanta el deporte y mi deportista favorito es Rafael Nadal, que ya cuenta con 4.801.146 seguidores y está en el 7 o lugar en todos los ranking espanol.

Thursday, January 13, 2011

"Guardia, Guardia" de Terry Pratchett

Me siento como "El Color de la Magia" y "!Guardia, Guardia!"fueron escritas por otro autor - en el libro mencionado en primer lugar, un sentido del humor era difícil y yo estaba deslumbrado, y aplazar aún por un momento se olvidó de inmediato lo que he leído - no podía tirar de mí. Por otro lado a menudo se sonrió para sí, un par de veces, incluso se echó a reír en público. La historia, como un único subproceso, pero sigue siendo una idea interesante, rica en giros de la trama y los momentos sorprendente, y hacia el final, el voltaje más alto. Y un sentido del humor! Yo quería citar un pasaje aquí, pero yo no podía decidir si es mejor elegir gwardzistami zanahorias tratar, ya sea como una conversación sobre la probabilidad de éxito de un plan, o ... ehh, cruel, y no voy a citar nada, !oh! Leer sí mismos!