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What's inside: Album of photos "Stations of the Soviet metro"

1st October 2019

SHARE Canadian photographer Christopher Herwig has released a book-collection of photographs of the stations of the Soviet metro with the same name. Until 1991, 13 underground movement systems were created on the territory of the former Soviet republics, of which the Moscow Metro is the oldest and largest. The Kiev metro today consists of 3 […]

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What's inside: Elon Musk sold one of his mansions in Los Angeles for $ 3.9 million

26th September 2019

SHARE Elon Musk sold one of his many mansions in Los Angeles for $ 3.9 million. According to Ilon himself, the American film director Jason Weiner (known for the film "Arthur: The Perfect Millionaire" and the TV series "New Girl") bought the house with his wife, actress Jackie Seyden. True, the representative of the couple […]

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What's inside: Simon Port Jacques opened a new restaurant in Paris

25th September 2019

SHARE Simon Port Jacques, French designer and creative director of Jacquemus, has announced the opening of our new restaurant, Oursin. This is the second restaurant of the designer. The first, Citron by Jacquemus, was opened in March this year at the Galeries Lafayette department store on the Champs Elysees in Paris. The designer shared the […]

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What's inside: Kanye West sells an apartment in New York for $ 4.7 million

24th September 2019

SHARE After buying a ranch in Wyoming for $ 14 million, Kanye West decided to put up for sale an apartment that the rapper had acquired back in 2004. The apartments are available for $ 4.7 million through CORE Real Estate. The two-story apartment is located in the famous Soho area in Manhattan and was […]

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What's inside: What will the updated N. Kostomarov library look like

23rd September 2019

SHARE In Kiev, reconstruction of the library named after Nikolai Kostomarov, which is located in the Shevchenkovsky district. According to the head of the Shevchenkovsky RSA Oleg Garyaga, "it will be a modern library, reconstructed to all modern standards." In the territory of the updated library, they plan to open a mobile observatory, which will […]

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What's inside: The Twist Bridge Museum opens in Norway

20th September 2019

SHARE In Norway, in the Kistefos Sculpture Park, The Twist Museum of Modern Art has opened. The total area of ​​the space was 1000 square meters and is a twisted bridge over the river. The museum was designed by the Danish architectural bureau BIG Bjarke Ingels and consists of three sections: a bridge, an open […]

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What's Inside: Airbnb Service Offers Renting A Castle From Downton Abbey

18th September 2019

SHARE Hikler Castle in Hampshire, where the series Downton Abbey was filmed, can be rented. Airbnb’s rental service has taken this initiative ahead of the premiere of Downton Abbey. The opportunity to rent a castle was provided by the owners of Highclair, Count and Countess Carnarvon. True, only two fans of the series will have […]

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What's inside: Saint Laurent cafe opened in Paris

16th September 2019

SHARE The opening of the first cafe of the Saint Laurent fashion house is timed to the beginning of the Paris Fashion Week, which will be held from September 23 to October 3. The establishment is located on the Rue du 29 Juillet, next to the Saint Laurent boutique and a stone's throw from the […]

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What's Inside: Kim Kardashian Ranch and Kanye West for $ 14 Million

11th September 2019

SHARE The couple decided to change their place of residence and move to the west of the United States, in Wyoming. The mansion, which Kanye West acquired for $ 14 million, has the name Monster Lake Ranch and is built in the ranch format. Near the main house there is a stable and 2 guest […]

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What's inside: A new Bauhaus museum opened in Germany

10th September 2019

SHARE In the German city of Dessau, the Bauhaus Museum was opened. It became the 3rd museum in the world dedicated to this architectural direction, after Tel Aviv and Weimar. The opening of the museum is timed to the 100th anniversary of the Higher School of Construction and Art Design. The opening ceremony was attended […]

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