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VISITE O ACRE Com 87% de suas florestas preservadas, o Acre hoje se desponta pela sua beleza natural e o seu povo hospitaleiro, foi a única terra a ser agregada ao Brasil, por heróis Nordestino que vieram desbravar esse estado mais ocidental do país, os nossos Rios serpenteados pelas matas virgens desaguam no Rio Perus e no Rio Amazonas, temos umas das maiores Biodiversidades do mundo, temos peixes que ainda não foram catalogados, a nossa fauna ainda faltam animais a serem estudados, e a nossa flora temos milhares de espécies que comprovam os bons remédios pelos os cientistas, milhares de Ervas que estão em laboratórios sendo pesquisados na procura do remédio contra AIDS, CÂNCER e doenças crônicas, nossa divisa com Peru e Bolívia nos proporciona mais conhecimentos sobre essas doenças, por estarem nesses lugares as maiores reservas florestais do mundo que fica no Acre. Sua capital, Rio Branco, uma cidade que desponta na Amazônia Ocidental com seus 330 mil habitantes é sem dúvida a cidade com mais infraestrutura no momento na Amazônia. FALE COMIGO: jezaflu@hotmail.com VISIT THE ACRE With 87% of their forests preserved, it suggests Acre today for its natural beauty and hospitable people, the land was to be added to Brazil, for brave heroes who came to Northeastern this state's westernmost country, our rivers snaking through the jungles flow into the Rio Purus and Rio Amazonas have one of the most biodiverse in the world, fish have not yet been cataloged, our wildlife are missing animals to be studied, and our flora have thousands of species that prove good medicine for scientists Thousands of herbs that are being researched in laboratories in finding the cure for AIDS, cancer and chronic diseases, our border with Peru and Bolivia gives us more knowledge about these diseases, because these places are the largest forest reserves in the world which is in Acre . Its capital, Rio Branco, a city that rises in western Amazonia with its 330,000 inhabitants is undoubtedly the city with more infrastructure at the moment on Amazon VISITA EL ACRE Con el 87% de sus bosques preservados, sugiere hoy Acre por sus bellezas naturales y gente hospitalaria, la tierra iba a ser añadido a Brasil, para los héroes valientes que vinieron a este país más occidental del noreste del estado, nuestros ríos que serpentean a través de la selva desembocan en el Río Purús y Amazonas Río tiene uno de los más biodiversos del mundo, los peces aún no han sido catalogados, nuestra fauna faltan los animales a estudiar, y nuestra flora tienen miles de especies que demuestran una buena medicina para los científicos miles de hierbas que se están investigando en los laboratorios para encontrar la cura para el SIDA, el cáncer y las enfermedades crónicas, nuestra frontera con Perú y Bolivia nos da más conocimiento sobre estas enfermedades, debido a que estos lugares están las mayores reservas forestales del mundo que se encuentra en Acre . Su capital, Rio Branco, una ciudad que se levanta en el oeste de la Amazonia, con sus 330.000 habitantes es, sin duda, la ciudad con mayor infraestructura en el momento en Amazon. Email: jezaflu@hotmail.com AGRADECIMENTO Quero agradecer os jornalistas profissionais do meu estado, blogueiros, amigos, parentes, que fornecem a maioria das fotos para esse Blog, pois é muito importante para que essas fotos seja mostrada para o mundo inteiro, o meu intuito é mostrar as nossas belezas e riquezas de nossa terra, sem essas pessoas que colaboram não teria como continuar esse belo trabalho em prol da nossa sociedade. Obrigado a todos os colaboradores.

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Very beautiful image.

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Im Urlaub liebe ich es auch solche Türme (nur etwas kleiner) zu bauen. Aber 2011 habe ich den Meister im Steinmännchen setzen in Fuerteventura getroffen! Fröhliche Ostermotive wünscht Jörg

Dominican monastery of Santa Maria da Vitória, Batalha.El monastery was built to thank the Virgin Mary to the victory of the troops of Portugal on the of Castile in the battle of Aljubarrota in 1385, fulfilling the promise of the King Juan I of Portugal. The battle put an end to the 1383-1385 crisis. The monastery took two centuries to be constructed, starting in 1386 and ending in 1517, during the reign of almost seven Kings.Dominican monastery of Santa Maria da Vitória, BatalhaEl monastery of Batalha is one of the most important Gothic monasteries of Portugal. It required the efforts of almost fifteen architects (Mestre das works da Batalha), but seven of them the title was nothing more than an honor granted temporarily. The construction required extraordinary, both human and material resources. We used artistic and technical styles that were unknown until that time in Portugal. At the beginning of the works of the Batalha monastery was built a small temple, whose remains were still visible in the dawn of the 19th century. This building, Santa Maria-a-Velha (Santa María la Vieja), also known as Igreja Velha (old church) served as a place for the celebration of the sacraments (the Chronicles of the time say that it was a humble church) and as a cemetery for the first inhabitants of Batalha: architects and workers who built the monastery. The first architect was the Portuguese Afonso Domingues who handled the work until 1402. He was the one who designed the plant and many of the structures in the Church and the cloister are your responsibility. His style was, basically, radiant Gothic. However there are influences of the English period called Perpendicular period. There are similarities with the façade of York Minster and with the nave and the transept of Canterbury Cathedral. It is known that the initial project they correspond to the Church, the cloister and monastic dependencies inherent, as the Chapter House, the sacristy, the refectory and annexes. It is a model that is similar to that adopted in terms of layout, the great monastery alcobacense. Domingues work was continued by Huguet from 1402 until the year 1438. This architect, probably descended from Catalans, introduced the flamboyant Gothic. This manifests itself in the main façade, in the dome of the Chapterhouse, the Capela do Fundador (Chapel of the founder), in the basic structure of the Capelas Imperfeitas (unfinished chapels) and Northern and Eastern ships of the main cloister. He was responsible for raising the height of the central nave up to the 32,46 m by altering the proportions achieved that the interior of the Church seem even narrower. It completed the transept but he died before the end of the Capelas Imperfeitas. The Capela do founder, is a Funeral Chapel, which was added to the initial project by own King Juan I. The same thing happened with the funeral roundabout known as Capelas Imperfeitas, initiative of the King Eduardo I de Portugal.Tumba de Mateus Fernandes. During the reign of Alfonso V of Portugal, the Portuguese architect Fernão de Évora continued the construction process for 1448 and 1477. He added the cloister of Afonso V (or less) and the adjacent units. He was succeeded by the architect Mateus Fernandes el Viejo during the period 1480-1515. This master of the Manueline style worked in the portico of the Capelas Imperfeitas. Counterpart name son realized the tracery of the Royal cloister arcades. His lack of interest in the construction was notable during the reign of Juan II. Work in the monastery continued in the reign of Juan III of Portugal with the addition of the great Renaissance Tribune (1532) by Juan de Castillo, only architect with works in five monuments declared patrimony of the humanity by the UNESCO. The construction was interrupted in 1516-1517, when King Manuel I decided to dedicate all its efforts to the construction of the monasteries of the Jerónimos, in Lisbon. The 1755 earthquake caused some damage to the building, but much larger were the damage inflicted by the Napoleonic troops of Masséna, who sacked and burned the building in 1810 and 1811. Subsequently when the Dominicans were expelled from the complex in 1834, the Church and the monastery were abandoned and ended in ruins. In the 1840 King Fernando II of Portugal began a program of restoration of the abandoned monastery, saving this jewel of Gothic architecture. It was restored in the 19th century, under the leadership of Luís Mouzinho de Albuquerque, in accordance with the trace of Thomas Pitt, English traveller who was in Portugal at the end of the 18th century and who was the person that would know the monastery throughout Europe through his engravings. In this restoration the building suffered more or less deep transformations, marked by the destruction of two cloisters, beside the Capelas Imperfeitas and, within the framework of the extinction of the religious orders in Portugal, by the total withdrawal of religious symbols, seeking to turn the monastery into a glorious symbol of the dynasty of Avis and especially of its first generation (the so-called Inclita Geração - generation included - from Camões). Data from this date the current configuration of the Capela do founder and the popularization of the term of the monastery of Batalha (to celebrate the victory over Castile in Aljubarrota) at the expense of Santa Maria da Vitória, in an attempt to eradicate definitively the denominations which were Recalling the religious past of the building. The restoration lasted until the first years of the 20th century. It was declared a national monument in 1907. In 1980 the monastery was converted into a museum. In 1983 it was incorporated by Unesco to its list of heritage of the Humanidad.Wikypedia places.

Nice aerial shot!

Happy Easter!

Andrey

Schönes Album, aber ich finde diesen foto besonderen, weil mir alte und gutten erinnerungen von deine Land zurück bringt. (L & F) Grüße aus Madrid

Maria, thank you very much!!

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Greetings from Germany | Grüße aus Hessen


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Izuzetan kadar. F26/L80. Pozdrav iz Srbije, Đorđe

nice shot F+L 9/72

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