Weapons of the USSR: jet fighter MiG-17, 1951. The maximum speed is 1152 km / h. The practical ceiling is 14,700 m. The range is 1165 km. Crew – 1 person. Museum of the Soviet Army, MoscowMore
Florence Cathedral (The Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore) is the cathedral in Florence, the most famous of the architectural examples of the Florentine Quattrocento. Ink and pencil drawing, 2000.
Look here for details about the author of the blog, Catalan artist, Joan Mañe FortMore
A Soviet 152 mm gun 2A 36 Giatsint. Developed in 1968. Crew – 8, fire range: 28000 m (high explosive fragmentation shell); 40000 m (rocket assisted projectile), five shots per minute, projectile speed – 800 m/sMore
Pickled green tomatoes stuffed with garlic and herbs (step-by-step with photos)
It’s impossible to imagine autumn without an abundance of brown and greenish tomatoes in the markets. As the colors of summer fade away, the richness of the vegetable palette reduces to naught… So, if the red tomatoes are gone, let’s prepare green tomatoes!
As green tomatoes …More
Best hotels. Hotel 5 ***** in the village of Zulus people (Shakaland – Visit Zululand), South Africa 2005
The Véhicule de l’avant blindé or VAB (“Armoured vanguard vehicle” in French) is an armoured personnel carrier and support vehicle designed by Renault of France. It entered service in 1976; around 5,000 were produced. As of 2020, it is the standard APC of the French Army and has also been exported to more than 15 …More
The police Moskvitch 408. Power – 72 hp. Made in 1967More
Dufaux Biplace Course Type 100/120 PS from 1904, eight cylinders, 90 HP, 140 km/h
The SEPECAT Jaguar is an Anglo-French jet attack aircraft originally used by the British Royal Air Force and the French Air Force in the close air support and nuclear strike role. It is still in service in upgraded form with the Indian Air Force.
Jaguar E is a two-seat training version for the French Air Force, …More
COME TO SUPPER!
THE RECIPES HAVE BEEN SELECTED FROM THE NATIONAL ARCHIVE
What a clever idea! I was instantly hooked. What did the mountain dwellers of Andorra eat in the olden days? How was it prepared? Foreseeing possible language difficulties and knowing my friend, Maria Rosa Garrallà’s deep knowledge and interest in Andorran history, I decided to …More