Vallbona de les monges (XVII)

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Vallbona de les monges (XVII)
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Listen When I’m laid in Earth Henry Purcell/St. Martin-in-the-fields

Dido and Æneas is an opera by the English Baroque composer Henry Purcell, from a libretto by Nahum Tate. The first known performance was at a girls’ school in the spring of 1689 and hence is given catalogue number Z. 626. It comprises three acts and lasts about an hour. It is based on a story from the fourth book of Virgil’s Aeneid, of the legendary Queen of Carthage Dido and the Trojan refugee Æneas. When Æneas and his crew are shipwrecked in Carthage, he and the queen fall in love. However, Æneas must soon leave to found Rome. Dido cannot live without him and awaits death.

Dido’s Lament is a popular name for a famous aria When I am laid in earth from the opera Dido and Æneas by Henry Purcell, with the libretto by Nahum Tate.

When I Am Laid, Am Laid In Earth, May My Wrongs Create
no Trouble, No Trouble In, In Thy Breast.
when I Am Laid, Am Laid In Earth, May My Wrongs Create
no Trouble, No Trouble In, In Thy Breast.
remember Me, Remember Me, But Ah!
forget My Fate.
remember Me, But Ah!
forget My Fate.
remember Me, Remember Me, But Ah!
forget My Fate.
remember Me, But Ah!
forget My Fate.

A small town in the province of Lleida which sits at the foot of the Sierra del Tallat mountains, in the valley of Maldanell. Its origins date back to a Cistercian monastery which came to be the most important female monastery of the Catalonian-Aragonese Crown.

The monastery was founded in the 12th century and when the Trento Council decided that female monasteries must not be left abandoned, the inhabitants of the area built a village around it. At present, the monastery of Vallbona de les Monjes houses a significant female community. Its architectural wealth lies in the wide variety of styles on display on its walls and exterior, the best of examples of which are the church door, the cloister and the chapter house. Vallbona de les Monges forms part of the so-called Cistercian triangle, along with the monasteries of Poblet (Conca de Barberà) and Santes Creus (Alt Camp).

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Dunedin Railway Station
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Image by Kanmax
This building perhaps embodies Dunedin’s wealthy inheritance. During the city’s most prosperous years this railway station was the country’s busiest, handling up to 100 trains each day.
Though there have been many debates about whether the building is actually beautiful or not, the overall effect is undeniably grandiose and the station is New Zealand’s most photographed building.
Construction began in 1903 and the station was officially opened in 1906. Dunedin’s fourth railway station, it was designed in the fashionable, desirable and highly expensive Edwardian Baroque style. Unusually though, architect George Troup uses an experimental collaboration of Classical and Neo-Gothic imagery, which creates a grand and classically regimented structure, with an assorted and asymmetric countenance.
Troup displays such an unrestrained freedom of expression most prominently in the Italianate clock tower at one end and the Gothic spire at the other, as well as the use of Classical motifs to create upwards gestures reminiscent of Gothic architecture. The combination of over the top decoration and the intricate use of contrasting dark basalt and white Oamaru limestone earned its architect the nick-name "Gingerbread George".
The exceptional attention to detail is not limited to its exterior. The foyer and booking hall’s elaborate ornamentation is bathed in a soft golden light that reinforces the wealth of the city of Dunedin at the time.
Today, a farmers market runs in Anzac Square just outside the station every Saturday morning, and daily sightseeing trains run from the station through the Taieri Gorge and up the Coast. Directly across the square from the station is Lower Stuart Street, which leads to the city’s centre. (from www.dunedin.nz.com/)

Dream of Hidden Treasure
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"I’ve had dreams of finding hidden treasures in houses now for many, many years. Usually I am in a large, elegant house — it’s very richly decorated and I am walking around exploring. As I walk through the house, I find treasures and knick-knacks from my past — always beautiful things. I also usually discover a series of hidden rooms, and in each new room I find more treasures.
I’ve had this dream so many times that in the dream I know I am dreaming. I even remind myself, in the dream, to remember where the hidden rooms are when I wake up, but I never can. I know it is very important that I remember where these rooms are.

I keep thinking that this dream is trying to tell me something (about a hidden potential within myself?) but I cant figure it out. Can you help me find the lost rooms?" www.dreamdoctor.com/addiction/hidden-treasure.html?cid=7&…
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"Houses in dreams are familiar symbols for the self. Dreams of finding new rooms full of hidden treasures, accordingly, suggest a rich and fruitful area of self-discovery.

Because you are discovering hidden treasures from your past, your dream indicates an effort to regain a wealth you once possessed. For example, if you sacrificed some of your personal goals in the past, in an effort to meet the demands of everyday living (career, becoming married, raising a family, etc.), these dreams may be encouraging you to re-open "lost" areas of interest. (Is it time to sign up for those voice or dance lessons you always wanted to take?)

Instead of representing lost money or an overlooked inheritance, the hidden treasure of your dreams almost certainly represents areas of your life that used to hold a great deal of value for you — that you feel you have become separated from over time. In order to locate these lost rooms, why dont you make a list of goals you had when you were younger that you always wanted to see realized in your life? Your dreams are encouraging you to reconnect with some of these younger, life-long goals and values. If you follow your heart, you will wrest these hidden treasures away from your dreams — and into your waking life." www.dreamdoctor.com/copy-of-house/hidden-treasure.html?ci…

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