Castles and fortresses of Spain and France with Mathew Kristes

The Florejacs Castle is a monument of the municipality of Torrefeta and Florejacs (Segarra) declared Cultural Asset of National Interest

The castle of Florejacs (Castell de Florejacs)

10 kilometers West of Guissona the town of Florejacs raises on a small hill. Previously the head of the municipality, it got united in modern times the one (i.e. municipality) of Torrefeta. The silhouette of the village is framed by the castle tower and the bell tower of …

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The sound of music with Dmitry Tolkunov

Pentagramon: The sound of DNA

photo: Pyotr Zlobin

DOCTOR OF BIOLOGY, IVAN STEPANYAN, TALKS ABOUT GENETIC MUSIC, INSTRUMENTS AND NEW MUSICAL SYSTEMS

Music is one of the most fast developing forms of art which objectively reflects the zeitgeist and esthetics of the modern world. The 20th century was marked by the birth of new genres such as jazz, …

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The sound of music with Dmitry Tolkunov

Egyptian Lover: Just like in the 80s

Electronic music pioneer, Egyptian Lover, tells us about his latest album, his old school approach to creating music, views on modern education and ways of developing hip-hop, as well as much more..

Greg Broussard, an important man and artist, with his ironic alias Egyptian Lover, has already been in the music industry for 35 years. Starting …

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The sound of music with Dmitry Tolkunov

Hess Is More: More Than Yes Boss

Founder of Hess Is More Mikkel Hess talks about magic abilities of music, super hit Yes Boss, gloomy atmosphere of last album, his works for cinema and theater, as well as much more..

Known to the public most famously by their super hit with its languidly erotic vibe “Yes Boss”, Danish band Hess is More actually …

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Castles and fortresses of Spain and France with Mathew Kristes

Sant Ferran Castle: protected as a Cultural Asset of National Interest of Catalonia

Sant Ferran Castle is a medieval fortress located in Berga that was transformed in the 17th century and used during the Carlist wars. It is included in the Inventory of the Architectural Heritage of Catalonia, and protected as a Cultural Asset of National Interest (Bé Cultural d’Interès Nacional).

It is very probable that the castle of …

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History of Europe with Alex Mostaslavski: Spain, France, Pyrenees

The history of Berga: Catalan city that approved to declare King Juan Carlos I persona non grata

The history of Berga

The city of Berga owes its origin to Vergneum, capital of the Bergistani (cat. bergistans) territory, where the Castrum Bergium of the Republic of Rome rose.

In the beginning of the 10th century the counts of Cerdanya established here the capital of a viscounty dependent on the county of Cerdanya – …

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