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Crazy physicist, in love with art, movies, books and alcohol, Self proclaimed Grantaire.


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Since its creation the Mona Lisa has an object of fascination to artists and audiences alike. Artists even began replicating the iconic painting within Leonardo da Vinci’s lifetime. Da Vinci himself considered it an attempt to paint perfection. Replicas and reinterpretations exist in the thousands and continue to this day as the Mona Lisa is not protected by any copyright laws

1. Leonardo da Vinci c. 1503-1505 

2. Known as the Mona Lisa del Prado c. 16th century

3. Known as the Oslo Copy c. 16th or 17th century

4. Known as the Walters Copy c. 16th Century

5. Known as the Hermitage Copy c. 16th century

6. Jean Ducayer c. 17th century

7. Corot c. 19th century

8. Sapeck c. 1883

9. Salvador Dali c. 1954

10. Graphic Nothing c. 21st century

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Mark 43 - La piñata de hierro



5 days ago 2
#Iron Man #Robert Downey Jr #sorry not sorry






i saw this on one of those strange little picture slideshow websites so i decided to post it ;) have fun kids

I have found heaven and it’s full of liquor

This is how adults play games lol

im really feelin that sexual jenga and the fucking alcohol chess.

I have my version of the jenga game it’s awesomes

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#the definition of college

Yesterday my friend screwed my experiment and gave me this as an apology gift… It made me think of Grantaire…

One Ami: hey man, I’m sorry… I brought these to say how sorry I am…
R: whatever man…
One Ami: where should I put them?
R: just… Hum… Use this empty bottle… Yeah that will do…

6 days ago 0
#grantaire #les miserables #les mis #one day in the life of R


Doors around the World

Montmartre, Paris

Burano, Italy


Beijing, China

Rabat, Morocco

Bali, Indonesia

Sardinia, Italy

Shanghai, China


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First time drawing after months without using a pencil… It’s not that bad…

1 week ago 0
#ragnar lothbrok #ragnar #vikings


Here’s to PRETTY BOYS ………….

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The French Resistance (French: La Résistance française) is the name used to denote the collection of French resistance movements that fought against the Nazi German occupation of France and against the collaborationist Vichy régime during World War II. Résistance cells were small groups of armed men and women (called the Maquis in rural areas), who, in addition to their guerrilla warfare activities, were also publishers of underground newspapers, providers of first-hand intelligence information, and maintainers of escape networks that helped Allied soldiers and airmen trapped behind enemy lines. The men and women of the Résistance came from all economic levels and political leanings of French society, including émigrés; conservative Roman Catholics, including priests; and citizens from the ranks of liberals, anarchists, and communists.

The French Resistance played a significant role in facilitating the Allies’ rapid advance through France following the invasion of Normandy on 6 June 1944, and the lesser-known invasion of Provence on 15 August, by providing military intelligence on the German defenses known as the Atlantic Wall and on Wehrmacht deployments and orders of battle. The Résistance also planned, coordinated, and executed acts of sabotage on the electrical power grid, transportation facilities, and telecommunications networks. It was also politically and morally important to France, both during the German occupation and for decades afterward, because it provided the country with an inspiring example of the patriotic fulfillment of a national imperative, countering an existential threat to French nationhood. The actions of the Résistance stood in marked contrast to the collaboration of the regime based at Vichy.

After the landings in Normandy and Provence, the paramilitary components of the Résistance were organized more formally, into a hierarchy of operational units known, collectively, as the French Forces of the Interior (FFI). Estimated to have a strength of 100,000 in June 1944, the FFI grew rapidly, doubling by the following month, and reaching approximately 400,000 by October of that year.Although the amalgamation of the FFI was, in some cases, fraught with political difficulties, it was ultimately successful, and it allowed France to rebuild the fourth-largest army in the European theatre (1.2 million men) by VE Day in May 1945.


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Crystal Sword Charms - IDEATIONOX by Ideationox

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