kordinator (22141) 2017-02-25 00:47:54Kosovo, which is part of Serbian territory for centuries and which is the most Serbian Orthodox churches from the 12th century onwards.
Today, the New World Order has been trying to seize the heart of Serbia, helping separatists from Kosovo to break away from this Serbian province their home country Serbia.
Separatists and NATO bombing of Serbia in 1999 and later destroyed over 100 churches and monasteries, many of which are from 12, 13, 14 century.
Now the self-proclaimed Republic Kososvo trying to remaining Serbian holy shrines appropriates as his own even though they built these churches and monasteries, nor are Christians.
kordinator (22141) 2017-02-25 00:42:57Every year around Serbia and around the world where there are Serbian Orthodox Church with a liturgy held requiem holy Prince Lazar and Serbian holy warriors who died at the Battle of Kosovo in 1389 year.
Liturgy was held by His Grace Bishop Dr. Ignatius Branichevo Midić a monastery, as always, full of believers.
In the foreground you see the ark of the relics of St. Martyr Prince Lazar who was on St. Vitus Day 1389, the bowed with all of his army defending Serbia and Europe from the invasion of the Ottoman Empire.
He had a choice to surrender to the Ottomans but neither faith nor honor did not allow us to enslave the people who won the part after part of the Balkans with the intention of winning expand wherever there are churches and Christian cross.
bbarna (1185) 2017-02-24 16:34:29This on is called 'Tailored Twins’ by Tomek Chwieszczenik, of Ferris and Associates, Toronto landscape designers. Two wooden hands rise three metres from the lookouts at the Peter Street Basin. Their gold-mirror palms glow with night illumination. Located at the Peter Street Basin.
bbarna (1185) 2017-02-24 16:32:33This one is called ‘ICEBOX’ by Michaela MacLeod, of Polymétis, an architectural design and landscape studio in Toronto. Located on an artificial beach in the HTO Park. The installation is a wood-framed structure with a black outer chamber, covered in acrylic plexiglass. Visitors can enter into it to view the inside.