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Hyperinflation in Germany in 1923

News | 3 days ago and 6 hours | Zukic

There was a time in German history when the average citizen had billions of marks in pockets, but still couldn't buy a thing. A loaf of bread cost then 200 billion marks. A week's retirement was not enough to buy a cup of coffee. The money was losing value from minute to minute. Restaurants withdrew the menu, because the price of the meal increased before the goods were shipped. The first customer drank the first cup of coffee for 5,000 marks, and the second one already paid 9,000 marks for the same thing. Stories from those days are both terrible and funny.

Hyperinflation in Germany in 1923

Sweater with reindeer - a new Christmas fashion from the Internet

News | 3 days ago and 6 hours | Zukic

Obscene, colorful, for adults, for children and even for dogs and additionally in all sizes. We mean sweaters, which are this year's Christmas hit of the Internet. Something for self-confident people and enthusiasts of Christmas. See the offer of one international shopping site which, although looking cheesy, is purchased by many people who want to be unique this year. The hit is apparently a reindeer sweater.

Sweater with reindeer - a new Christmas fashion from the Internet

Found stills from the Game of Thrones series

News | 3 days ago and 6 hours | Zukic

A German blogger and travel enthusiast Andrea David has found some scenes from the Game of Thrones series during her journey. See places she visited.

Found stills from the Game of Thrones series

A photographer set fire to one abandoned village

News | 3 days ago and 7 hours | Zukic

A Russian photographer Danila Tkachenko was accused of destroying the country's national heritage by the prosecutor's office. What could this well-known photographer do? He set fire to an abandoned village with more than 100-year-old houses and black-painted churches. This photo session had the aim to show the difficult situation of Russian rural areas.

A photographer set fire to one abandoned village

New two Banksy's murals in Palestine

News | 3 days ago and 7 hours | Zukic

The British artist Banksy strikes again in Palestine, where we can see his two new murals. The first was created on the wall separating Israel from the area ruled by the Palestinians. The work presents two angels trying to open the wall by force. Are you curious about what the second mural shows?

New two Banksy's murals in Palestine

Renaissance paintings with children

News | 3 days ago and 7 hours | Zukic

Artists from the Renaissance era painted children whose faces were deceptively similar to those of old people. This fact came probably from that the children placed in paintings was something relatively new in the history of the Renaissance and all artists recreated patterns that defined how children should look when painted.

Renaissance paintings with children

Chinese car fakes 2

News | 3 days ago and 21 hours | Zukic

You don't have to convince anyone that the Chinese are a good at copying all the intellectual value from other countries. One can only present a few more examples of Chinese fakes. Here are five cars presented at the Shanghai car show.

Chinese car fakes 2

Black and white tattoos with culture and art icons

News | 5 days ago and 19 hours | Zukic

The author of these tattoos is an Australian artist Charley Gerardin, who mastered the art of reproduction when it comes to real icons of cinema and art and all of this in black and white.

Black and white tattoos with culture and art icons

A spectacular Christmas tree in Vilnius

News | 5 days ago and 19 hours | Zukic

A ceremonial inauguration of the holiday season took place on December 1, 2017 in Vilnius. The truly amazing Christmas tree with over 70,000 lights was lit up on the Cathedral Square in the Lithuanian capital.

A spectacular Christmas tree in Vilnius

Tattoos for friends

News | 5 days ago and 20 hours | Zukic

Are you looking for tattoos for friends? If that's the case, check out which design will be perfect for you.

Tattoos for friends

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