Received: May 29th, 2015

From: POLAND

Gdansk-Bazylika Mariacka, St. Marry’s Basilica,

Fot. Wojciech Nieznalski

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From: NETHERLANDS

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From: RUSSIA

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Received: May 28th, 2015

From: LAS VEGAS, USA

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From: SRI LANKA

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From: INDIANAPOLIS, USA

(Left) American Bar Association, 1987

Architects: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

(far right) Marina City, 1964

Architects: Bertrand Goldberg Associates

Photograph by Craig Dugan

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From: RUSSIA

The Kazan Cathedral

St. Petersburg

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Received: May 22nd, 2015

 From: MALAYSIA

Designed by British Architect A.C. Norman, Sultan Abdul Samad Building in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia festures a 41-metre clock tower with a copper dome.

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From: RUSSIA

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From: PARIS FRANCE

Shipyard cemetery in the area of Brittany

(You should check Louise’s blog at http://www.dropsofeverything.wordpress.com. She has an awesome blog.)

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Received: A Pumpkin Recipe from Russia

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Hi Lyn! You love cooking, so prepare anything with pumpkin, for example my favorite pottage:  fry some white onion, mother-of-thyme, black pepper, fenne’l pumpkin with olive oil. Take out mother-of-thyme, add 1 liter of water and boil 10-15 minutes. Whisk the blender, served with rucola. Bon appetit! I hope you’ll try to cook it and will enjoy! It is easy, fast and very much tasty!!

With best wishes,

Gynievra

Hmmm I was kind of in awe with the recipe from Russia. I love pumpkins. It’s popularly called squash in the Philippines, and “kalabasa” in our vernacular. I love it when it’s steamed. I was tempted to cook Gynievra’s recipe, but I couldn’t find mother-of-thyme in the grocery, so I’ll just reserve it when I go to the big city.