Heritage

Canada, like the rest of the New World, is a country of immigrants. We believe that we gain from our diversity and we continue to welcome immigrants.  It’s part of our heritage.  Morning Star illustrates the history of the land we live in from the artist’s Dene Suline perspective and expresses hope of mutual respect.   Please click on image for a better view.    Alex Janvier’s … Continue reading Heritage

Statues and Sculptures/9

Please click on any image for a better view. Marian columns are religious monuments usually depicting Virgin Mary on the top, and were often built in thanksgiving for the ending of a plague, as a gesture of public faith. This type of column flourished in the Catholic countries of Europe, especially in the 17th and 18th centuries. This column is the Holy Trinity Statue in Trinity Square on … Continue reading Statues and Sculptures/9

Church/In Old Town Square

Going by google there seems to be two St. Nicholas’ Churches in Prague.  One in the Old Town Square, and one in Lesser Town Square.  This one is in the Old Town Square.  In Czech it is Chrám svatého Mikuláše, as opposed to Kostel svatého Mikuláše in Lesser Town.  Please click on any image for a better view. The following information is taken from http://www.prague.eu which I’m assuming … Continue reading Church/In Old Town Square