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Museum of Marzipans in Hungary

If you are in Hungary, then you must go to the Marzipan Museum. Yes, you heard right - this is a very interesting, unique and sweet museum. All the exhibits presented in the museum are made of marzipan! We will deviate a little from the topic and tell you for those who do not know what marzipan is. Marzipan is a mixture that is prepared by grinding into almond flour and mixed with sugar.
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Portrait of the daughters of Emperor Paul I, Lebrun, 1796

Portrait of the daughters of Emperor Paul I - Elizabeth-Louise Vigee-Lebrun. 99x99French artist Elisabeth-Louise Vigee-Lebrun (1755-1842) belongs to a small number of European painters who managed to take a foreground in the art of their time. Beloved portrait painter of the Queen of France Marie Antoinette, she emigrated with the start of the revolution and, having traveled to many European capitals, settled in Russia for six years.
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"Sea. Koktebel ”, Ivan Aivazovsky - description of the painting

Sea. 83 x 117.5 cm The sunset at the rocky shore is captured in the painting “Sea. Only the shining edge of the luminary still fills the sky and waves with the liquid gold of the evening dawn. The sea is worried, the wind is playing with the waves, and the whole picture is characterized by a slight thoughtfulness of the sunset hour, when soft minor notes and major gold threads weave an amazing canvas.
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Dance Museum, Stockholm, Sweden

In the center of Stockholm, there is an unusual dance museum. Many tourists even specially plan dates, as various events are held at the dance museum depending on the time of the year. The museum was opened in 1953 at the Royal Opera House of Stockholm. The museum's collection was replenished, and in 1999 the museum moved to the building of the former bank.
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Portrait of an old man with a grandson, Domenico Ghirlandaio, 1488

Portrait of an old man with a grandson - Domenico Ghirlandaio. 62x46In "Portrait of an Old Man with a Grandson", whose identities remained unknown, Domenico Ghirlandaio (1449-1494), a painter of the Early Renaissance, a representative of the Florentine school, sought a realistic and true depiction of his models. Touching is the image of a little boy with golden curls breaking out from under a red cap, clinging to his grandfather in the hope of finding either protection or an answer to some kind of tormenting question.
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