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Vlad Dracula Biography (1431-1476)

 Vlad Tepes The Impaler known as Dracula (1431 - 1476)Childhood of Vlad TepesIt was born ( november 1431 ) in the city of Sighisoara in Transylvania. He was the son of Vlad II Dracul and Transylvanian noble AnastasiaThe dange...
by Potent Scientia Est on Oct 15, 2016

Ballard Designs Inspired Upholstered Cube Ottoman or Stool

  Hello, Remodelaholics!  I’m Tamara popping over again from Provident Home Design to share another DIY with you today! I was inspired by Ballard Designs upholstered cube for this DIY. via Ballard Designs Upholstered cubes are extreme...
by Remodelaholic on Jul 20, 2016

Journal of sailor held prisoner in a Buddhist temple

  His experiences in World War Dumitru Nistor, a farmer in the town of Năsăud, seem torn from a novel of fiction. Prisoner arrived in Japan, he kept a diary in which he wrote all the events occurring in the country of the rising sun. [...]...
by We care about your travel on Jun 28, 2016

kingdom of the Reign Oldest Throughout History

kingdom of the Reign Oldest Throughout History – If you hear the royal sure that you imagine is a magnificent and beautiful place, right? Have you ever mengunjngi an empire? or maybe you know one..
by hotel travel on Jun 23, 2016

Journal of sailor held prisoner in a Buddhist temple

  His experiences in World War Dumitru Nistor, a farmer in the town of Năsăud, seem torn from a novel of fiction. Prisoner arrived in Japan, he kept a diary in which he wrote all the events occurring in the country of the rising sun. How does...
by We care about your travel on May 8, 2016

DIY Storage Ottoman

photo by monmakesthings.com Are you in need of some additional storage for books and toys, but also need a furniture accessory like an ottoman? You are in luck, as you can use a simple set of... Visit my website for full links, other content, a...
by Find My DIY on May 4, 2016

How to Make & Upholster An Ottoman

Ottomans are a wonderful addition to any home.  Perfect to prop your feet up on, how about using one as a coffee table, or as an extra seat when you need it. We don't have an entry, so the ottoman is the perfect dropping zone for me when I come...
by A Stroll Thru Life on Apr 30, 2016

How to Upholster an Ottoman Step-by-Step

Learn How to Upholster an Ottoman Step-by-StepWhen you begin a new project such as reupholstering furniture, start small and simple if you have never done a piece before.  While some projects will be easier than others a square or rectangular ot...
by Craft drawer on Apr 27, 2016

Make An Ottoman From An Old Tire

photo by curbly.com Are you in the market for furniture accessories like a new ottoman? If you have been shocked at the prices for these items, then you are not alone. A great way to save money... Visit my website for full links, other content,...
by Find My DIY on Apr 20, 2016

The Weekend That Wasn’t Meant To Be

We had some high hopes for the April 9-10 weekend. This month, Bursa is celebrating the 690th anniversary of the Ottoman conquest. We enjoyed these celebrations last year, and we were looking forward to watching the festivities again this year. Regre...
by The Best of Bursa on Apr 13, 2016

Places to visit in Dobrogea. Beautiful places near Black Sea

Places to visit in Dobrogea. The traveler who arrives in Dobrogea will be amazed by the various forms of relief, the traces of those who once loved and died in Pontos. Dobrogea is not just sea and sand. Wherever you go, the land between the Danube an...
by We care about your travel on Apr 10, 2016

Places to visit in Dobrogea. Beautiful places near Black Sea

Places to visit in Dobrogea. The traveler who arrives in Dobrogea will be amazed by the various forms of relief, the traces of those who once loved and died in Pontos. Dobrogea is not just sea and sand. Wherever you go, the land between the Danube an...
by We care about your travel on Apr 10, 2016

"Before, Before, Before, and After - The Back Room . . . "

Greetings,We're going to continue our TARDIS tour through the numerous incarnations of the house - today at the western edge of the apartment in the space that I usually refer to as "the back room."  As you'll soon discover, I've never felt I ne...
by The Adventures of Tartanscot on Mar 23, 2016

Muradiye from Two Perspectives: A Joint Photography Project

Muradiye Külliyesi is the social and religious complex commissioned by Sultan Murat II (1403-1451). Built in the early 1420s, Muradiye is on Bursa’s UNESCO World Heritage site inscription as one of the historically important locations in the city...
by The Best of Bursa on Mar 19, 2016

15 Organizing Tips and Tricks for the Best College Dorm

Graduations are in sight and you seniors are anticipating jetting off to college. The classes, the people, the living away from home, there are so many things to look forward to when you graduate. But you’ve probably heard the horror stories ab...
by Home decoration on Feb 24, 2016

Taylor Burke Home Style It Challenge Reveal

Today is the day!! It’s time to share my Taylor Burke Home Style It Challenge Reveal here on the blog and now live on One Kings Lane!! For this challenge, I was asked to makeover a room with the Taylor Burke Home London Tufted Ottoman and piece...
by Bliss at Home on Feb 12, 2016

Great bedroom storage starts with the bed – why I love storage beds…

Most of us would say that we don’t have enough storage in our homes. This is why getting organised and decluttering is so hard. One of the hardest working rooms in your home can be the... {Please click on the title of the post to read it in fu...
by Organise My House on Feb 1, 2016

Ulu Cami’i, Bursa Grand Mosque

Bursa Grand Mosque (or Great Mosque) is a prominent landmark in Bursa’s downtown. With its two towering minarets and 20 domes, the building is one of the most impressive and important in Bursa. Ulu Cami’i is considered the fifth most important mo...
by The Best of Bursa on Jan 22, 2016

A Brief Guide to Bursa’s UNESCO Site Inscription

In 2014, Bursa proudly took its place as inscription number 1452 on the UNESCO World Heritage Site List and was officially recognized for its cultural and historical value as the Birthplace of the Ottoman Empire. Though Bursa was not the first capita...
by The Best of Bursa on Dec 11, 2015

Yeşil Türbesi at Dark

Bursa’s Green Mausoleum (Yeşil Türbesi) is the resting place of Mehmet I Çelebi (1381-1421), the fifth Ottoman sultan. The tomb was constructed by the sultan himself and is located in his social complex in Bursa’s Yeşil (green) neig...
by The Best of Bursa on Nov 23, 2015


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