Sunday, December 1, 2019

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Is This the Most Iconic K-Pop Wedding Dress of All Time? 6, 2018
There is a palatial resort called Paradise City on an island off Incheon, an hour's drive from Seoul, that this winter hosted the K-pop wedding of the year, if not all ...

Aretha Franklin Knew How to Dress Like a Diva

The Cut-Aug. 16, 2018
Aretha Franklin, in addition to being the Queen of Soul, knew how to dress herself for maximum impact. In the '60s, it was tartan miniskirts and mod dresses.
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Kim Kardashian West just recreated one of Kate Moss' most ... 4, 2018
Kate Moss wore one of the very first naked dresses when she stepped out in a ... dress herself Kim Kardashian West recreated Moss' iconic fashion moment.
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Watch Julie Andrews Recreate the Iconic Wedding Scene ... 17, 2018
"I don't have the beautiful veil and the beautiful gown, but..." Andrews starts to reflect, before fading off. Sawyer finishes her thoughts, "You have your memories.".

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The departure of Andrey Bogolyubsky of Kiev is an established fact. A series of other facts, also identified as the true revealed the truth of this fact quite clearly. However, the reasons for the departure from Kiev for historians is not so clear, because it is not fixed uniquely original facts. So any suggestion on this issue is hypothetical, although all your attribute is the fact.
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So, Lev Gumilev, and not only he suggests that the Mongol invasion had a great impact on the historical destiny of Russia and the Russian people. Karamzin says that the invasion has left for many years a deep mark in the history of Russia and the Russian people. A thorough analysis of the history of Russia, its culture, politics, government, Russian language, conducted by the native historians, very convincingly suggests that the Mongol invasion left a tangible mark in the lives of the people. From here you can make the assumption that the interpretation of L. Gumilev is not entirely true.
But this can be asserted only if we are aware of the problem, which was solved by this historian. In other words, the interpretation of L. Gumilev can be quite true, but only within the framework of its objectives.
Recently, one modern historian, analyzing the history of education of Russia and Russian society came to the conclusion that actually the Russian as a nation and people do not exist, they were not. There is only a kind of the Cossacks, which are the strata of the Mongol or some other community. For proof selected series of very compelling historical facts. And all this in order to solve a special task of the _ origins of the modern Russian society are some of the modern peoples of Transcaucasia.
Another historian, no less convincingly argued that the Mongol invasion did not, and was internecine civil war between Russian princes, etc.