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The Torah Ark at the Western Wall in Jerusalem

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Shady Dell deal preserves majestic redwood forest

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"When I admire the wonders of a sunset or the beauty of the moon, my soul expands in the worship of the creator." Mahatma Gandhi

The Celts saw a face on each and every tree, and believed that souls or spirits lived inside of them.

Tane Mahuta - Lord of the Forest, Northland, New Zealand.

Here there are mysterious Celtic carvings of uncertain date possibly depicting the Green Man and a 'Clooty well' were strips of clothing and other votive offerings are tied to the trees. It is an atmospheric place of mixed messages and yet clearly demonstrates the continual link between pagan and christian places of worship in Scotland.

I don't just love the temple. I yearn to be there. I would gladly spend all day there if I could. That feeling of pure peace is worth more than anything the world has to offer.

notre plombier boulogne billancourt est disponible 24h:24 jour et nuit pour satisfaire toutes les attentes de nos clients, nous disposons d’une équipe d’artisans qualifiés sur tous les départements.Notre activité est exécutée par des experts dans le domaine de plomberie pour réaliser un travail de haute qualité.

Bichet District 34 one room school house was built in 1896 by Oscar Johnson, a local stone mason. The school was used from 1896 until 1946 when it closed due to low enrollment. It sits at the west edge of the Flinthills. The school was placed on the National Register of Historic places in 2004.

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Rosslyn Chapel

Rosslyn Chapel (1446) at Christmas, Scotland. ~ 'It came into his mind to build a house for God's service, of most curious work, the which that it might be done with greater glory and splendour, he caused artificers to be brought from other regions and foreign kingdoms and caused daily to be abundance of all kinds of workmen present as masons, carpenters, smiths, barrowmen and quarriers.....' Father Hay, describes the start of Sir William St Clair's plan.