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Gate of Nations, Apadana Hall, Persepolis, Iran by: Navid Fatehpour

Roast Chicken with Kimchi Smashed Potatoes

4 Servings<p>Active Time: 20 min<p>Total Time: 45 min<p>Jarred kimchi delivers flavor and color in this roast chicken dish. Learn how to make this recipe and more in our online cooking class with Sur la Table.<p>Print<p>Ingredients<p>1½ lb lb. fingerling or baby Yukon Gold potatoes<p>4 tablespoon vegetable oil, …

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Street in Marseille’s in the early morning. (1952) Photo: Herbert Maeder posted by https://www.facebook.com/nefeli.aggellou

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Stunning Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Isfahan, Iran (photographer: Omid Jafarnezhad) by: Navid Fatehpour

Juvet Landscape Hotel by JSA Architects Posted by https://www.facebook.com/hillary.hamidi

Free: F. W. Murnau’s Sunrise, the 1927 Masterpiece Voted the 5th Best Movie of All Time

German director F.W. Murnau’s silent masterpiece <i>Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans</i> (1927) is a rare example of a foreign auteur who managed to keep his …

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Portland’s Famous Japanese Maple - Photograph by SCOTT MCCRACKEN - Proclaimed the most authentic Japanese garden outside of Japan, the Portland Japanese Garden is a 5.5-acre haven located within Washington Park in the west hills of Portland, Oregon, USA. The Portland Japanese Garden is composted of five distinct garden styles, and it’s most popular (and certainly most photographed) inhabitant is surely the stunning Japanese Maple seen above (there’s even a Flickr group dedicated to the tree!). According to the official Garden website: “Three of the essential elements used to create a Japanese garden are stone, the ‘bones’ of the landscape; water, the life-giving force; and plants, the tapestry of the four seasons. Japanese garden designers feel that good stone composition is one of the most important elements in creating a well-designed garden. Secondary elements include pagodas, stone lanterns, water basins, arbors, and bridges. Japanese gardens are asymmetrical in design and reflect nature in idealized form. Traditionally, human scale is maintained throughout so that one always feels part of the environment, not overpowered by it. As Professor Takuma Tono wanted to incorporate native trees in our Garden so that it would blend naturally with its environment, some of the plantings here are on a larger scale.” posted by https://www.facebook.com/nefeli.aggellou

Last Public Execution by Guillotine

There are some people still alive today who were present at the last public execution in France. Actor Christopher Lee, for instance. In the early …

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33 Pol (bridge), Isfahan, Iran (photographer: L. Debelkova) by: Navid Fatehpour

Salvador Dalí’s Melting Clocks Painted on a Latte

In 1931, Salvador Dalí painted <i>The Persistence of Memory,</i> a landmark piece of surrealist art that used melting pocket watches to symbolize the …

Installation by photographer Autumn de Wilde titled "Lighting, Layers and Reflections" Posted by https://www.facebook.com/hillary.hamidi

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Colourful Beach Huts Posted by https://www.facebook.com/hillary.hamidi

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Persepolis, IRAN NATIONAL MUSEUM (photographer: A. Majdfar) by: Navid Fatehpour

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