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He was a very talented Russian composer. He wrote a lot of wonderful musical plays, ballets. One of them describes a story about a little girl, a wooden toy and the army of mice. What is this play and who is the author?
The Nutcracker, Tchaikovsky
This man is a real Legend! He was famous by his voice, songs, videos, marvelous performances. He gave a lot of interesting things in dancing. His famous move is called “a moon walk”. Who is this person?
With Rococo flourishes usually reserved for furnishings, the noted sixteenth century architect Rastrelli created what is most certainly the most famous building of imperial St. Petersburg. What is the name of the building?
The Hermitage Winter Palace
This building was from the first a planned, royal foundation, chartered in 1591 by Queen Elizabeth I of England. The buildings were made of thin red Dutch brick, with probably a good deal of woodwork inserted. They were two stories high, the roofs being punctuated by large dormer windows formed for leaden sashes. On the east and west sides of the square were students' chambers. On the south side, which lay between the present Library and the center of the Examination Hall, the Fellows and probably some students resided. The Provost's lodgings were probably in the south‑west corner. Name the building.
Trinity College Dublin
The name of the building of the Ministry of defense – derives from the Greek . This building is shaped like a regular building and is considered the largest office building in the world. It has seven floors, two of which are underground. The length of each edge is equal to 280 m, and the total perimeter of almost 1.4 km of the Total area of all premises is 604 thousand m2, the length of all corridors is 28 km away. Name the building
He was an Irish playwright, novelist, essayist, and poet. After writing in different forms throughout the 1880s, he became one of London's most popular playwrights in the early 1890s. He is remembered for his epigrams, his novel The Picture of Dorian Gray, his plays, as well as the circumstances of his imprisonment and early death. He also wrote a lot of fairy tales for children. Who is this author?
American writer, a major representative of the so-called "lost generation" in the literature. The greatest fame brought him the novel "the Great Gatsby" published in 1925, and a number of novels and short stories of an American "jazz era" of the 1920-ies. Give his name.
Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald
A true American classic, which is certainly worth a try. Emphasizes the sweetness of the jam mixed the pasta taste. What is this?
The combination of fruit jam and peanut butter on a slice of toasted bread
Whose these words are: ” No time for losers Cause we are the champions of the world.” Give the name of the group and name the song.
Queen, We are the champions
Give the name if the dance and name the country
Step – dance, Northern Ireland
This Cathedral has been projected by Christopher Wren. It has been made by many hands, from the initial sketches made by Masqueray, to the immigrants who contributed to the construction, to the artisans and designers who have carried on the task of embellishing the church during the last 85 years. It is truly a fitting testimony to God and a sacred place where all people can appreciate its magnificence and worship with uplifted hearts.
The Cathedral of Saint Paul
A unique complex, built of huge monoliths Edward Leedskalnin – still baffled many engineers and architects. How one man could build a structure, the total weight of which is equal to 1,100 tons? Name the building.
Productive and versatile writer, he wrote more than 500,000 books, pamphlets and journals on various topics (politics, economy, crime, religion, marriage, psychology, the supernatural, etc.). He was also a pioneer of economic journalism. Known mainly as the author of "Robinson Crusoe" Who is he?
The author of numerous adventure, historical, journalistic, fantastic and humorous writing. The Creator of the classic characters of detective, science fiction and historical adventure literature — the brilliant detective Sherlock Holmes, an eccentric Professor Challenger, a brave cavalry officer Gerard. Name the author.
Sir Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle
Not to say that traditional English cuisine is particularly refined, typically English dishes are simple and unpretentious the world famous fish fillet in breadcrumbs with a side dish of French fries, seasoned with malt vinegar. What is the dish?
"fish and chips"
Traditional Scotland soup is prepared on the basis of smoked fish. Name the dish
Who were the founders of rock – music in England?
What is the national music instrument in Scotland?
One of most beautiful churches, which is situated in Vladimirskaya region Name the church.
Pokrova na Nerli
William invited Gundulf, Bishop of Rochester, to design this building on the banks of the Thames, within the south-east angle of an old Roman town wall. Described as “very competent and skillful at building in stone,” Gundulf also supervised the construction of the building, which began in 1078. Finally, Edward I (1272-1307) carried out extensive work on it, including the moat surrounding the castle, Traitor’s Gate, the new river gate through St. Thomas’s Tower, where prisoners came by boat before being tried at Westminster.
The ancestral castle of the famous Macleod, built on the Isle of Skye off the West coast of Scotland. Here you will find amazing landscapes, stunning in its beauty. Name the castle
The Most popular can without doubt be called this castle in the Scottish capital. This massive fortress, which has been the abode of the monarchs for a long time. The castle is also called the key to Scotland, as capturing it was possible to control the heart of the country.
Russian poet, diplomat, conservative publicist, corresponding member of Petersburg Academy of Sciences since 1857, privy councillor. He wrote lots of marvelous poems that people know today: “Spring water”, “Spring”, “I met you - and all past….. “ Name the author.
Russian poet, playwright and novelist. During the life of this author developed his reputation as the greatest Russian national poet. He is regarded as the founder of modern Russian literary language. Who is he?
Anglo-Irish satirist, essayist, philosopher, poet and public figure. Best known as the author of the famous fantastic tetralogy "Gulliver's Travels", which wittily ridiculed human and social vices. Give his name.
One of the favorite foods of children and adults. You can eat both sweet and salty topping. Often serve as the basis for pies. What is the dish?
If you are going to try abundant and inexpensive meal, the choice is already made!, it is similar to Colcannon, but comes from the North of Ireland. It consists of creamy mashed potatoes mixed with green onions. Usually it is served with meat dishes. Name the meal.
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