Collection 21 Centuries

Albert Einstein always gave the impression that his whole theory of the universe and time, was a game. Here he is with his famous pipe, “smoking” the hands of the clock. And his warm look that would like to send us the message: “I would have liked to tell you more …” During his stay in Bern 1903-1905 he developed the Theory of Relativity. . The rotation of a circular surface around a coplanar axis in three-dimensional space generates a geometric shape of revolution, which seems to be the most accepted as a shape of the Universe. Only the human … Continue reading Collection 21 Centuries


On 27 October, 1806, after the victories at Iéna and Auerstädt two weeks earlier, Napoleon rode in triumph into Berlin passing under the Brandenburg Gate. It would appear that the four-horsed chariot caught his eye, because Vivant Denon, director of the Musée Napoléon (the museum which was to become the Louvre) gave the order for the work to be brought back to Paris. The work is an irony, placing Napoleon under a skeletal Arc de Triomph. And no horses. Today the Brandenburg Gate Gate is complete, in its place in Berlin . . . . . . Continue reading Berlin

Munich – o impresie satirică

   Clădirea a fost ridicată în Evul Mediu și, prin urmare, este una dintre cele mai vechi clădiri din oraș. Cu toate acestea, pentru o lungă perioadă de timp, părerile au fost împărțite privind funcția turnului: mulți oameni au crezut că este o rămășiță din vechiul zid al orașului, dar zidul nu a trecut niciodată atât de aproape de Rindermarkt. Alții au crezut că este un turn de apă. Până în 1945 turnul a fost zidit pe trei laturi, iar încăperile sale au fost folosite de locuitorii caselor din jur. Totuși, după demolarea clădirilor și instabilitatea turnului, a trebuit să … Continue reading Munich – o impresie satirică

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Crihana’s New York

  Triple Meeting with an Elephant Brooklyn Bridge – New York, a building for which several personalities have contributed, some of whom have remained heroes. The project was carried out by John Augustus Roebling, who was injured during the construction, eventually killing his life. Roebling crushed his right foot during a river maneuver near the bridge. Wound infected and died. Washington Roebling – his son – took over the work, but after a while he fell ill because of his visits to the legs of the bridge (compression / decompression phenomenon). He followed the inauguration of the bridge in a … Continue reading Crihana’s New York