love me tender. love me sweet. never let me go.
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The flames of the soul of this man are still burning today and would continue to burn for generations to come .He inspired many a people and would inspire many more to lead their life by peace. It's because of him our country gained Independence and he became to be known Father Of Our Nation. "MAHATMA GANDHI" I was here to pay my respects for first time and felt a sense of pride in doing so. Wanna go back again. #Throwback#Diwali mein Delhi#Rajghat#MahatmaGandhi#Delhi#Dilli ki yaad aa rahi hai#Delhi diaries#Incredible India#Let 's Go Back
Unexpected moment at World Junior Championships!
Wiktoria Dabczynska and Robert Cybulski were tied 18-18 in the decider against Mak Pak Ngai/Yau Mau Ying (HKG) in first round of mixed doubles when one line judge signalled that the shuttle is out. While we can see the ball is clearly in from the video capture, umpire did not change the decision....
Wiktoria was furious but their coach asked them to calm down. They later went on to win the match. After match Wiktoria said, "Maybe the line judge forgot that I'm playing doubles today, not singles "
Ada sedikit kejadian nih di WJC 2017..
XD Polandia Wiktoria Dabczynska dan Robert Cybulski sedang imbang melawan pasangan HKG ketika bola yang masuk dinyatakan keluar oleh hakim garis. Kalau dilihat dari cuplikan video sih masuk, tapi umpire tidak merubah keputusannya.
Wiktoria sempat marah namun setelah diminta fokus dan tenang oleh pelatihnya, mereka akhirnya menang 21-19. Saat ditemui seusai match, Wiktoria bilang, "Mungkin hakim garisnya lupa kalau saya hari ini main ganda, bukan tunggal"
For a long time I did not write about architecture and incredible buildings. So! Drumroll.🎶📣📣🎊🎬📷 Palacio De Las Aguas Corrientes or the Palace of Water (the Palace of water). In the second half of the 19th century, epidemics of typhus and cholera devastated a large part of the population of Argentina. The city authorities realized that it was necessary to do something with the quality of drinking water! So they began to build a water pump - in the form of a palace! YES. Just a water pump. In the shape of a palace. The Government of Argentina has allocated a plot for construction of a water-pumping station in the northern part of the city, where the water supply was installed. At this point there was already a small water tower.
The design of this building was started by engineer John Bateman in 1886. And the designing of the building was completed by the design firm owned by Samuel B. Hale. The construction of the palace lasted from 1887 to 1894 years.
At present the water supply unit no longer works. In Buenos Aires, there is a much more modern water supply system. A small museum is now open in the Palace of Waters. The building is one of the samples of eclectic architecture. Its coating was made of 130 thousand enameled bricks and 300 thousand ceramic items imported from Belgium and England. The ceiling was covered with green slate, brought from France.