Continuing to post photos from the trip to Crimea. This series is about a sanatorium in Partenit named “Ayvazovskoe”. This sanatorium is rated as 4 stars hotel. This place is very beauty. If you tired from city life you must visit this place. I broke this part in two. See photos from the 1st part here.
In this article I’m continuing to posts photos from the trip to Crimea. This series is about Partenit. This town is on the south of Crimea and it was my favorite place in Crimea. Big thanks to my friend Yura who lived there and gave me a roof and bed :) This is really amazing place. It makes you relax and forget about big city life.. Enjoy.
Partenit – Crying fir
Partenit – Fir cones
Partenit – Rocks in the town
Partenit – Statue of famous arabian doctor ibn-Sina
I’ve visited my home place and had a chance to take a few photos of the factory that was one of the biggest factories in agricultural field not only in our region but in USSR. This factory is “Orsilmach” (this is an abbreviation from “Orikhiv agricultural machines”). Orsilmach produced machines and had a territory of square kilometers. It even had its own railroad inside..
Right not it breaks my heart seeing what happened with this factory where my dad was working.. and thousands more people.. You can see only these few photos and understand how painful was our democracy..
Looking through my old stuffs I found this poster. It was presented to me by a guy from Iran who was very smart and knew a few languages. He was a person who is very nice to talk with. He presented this poster and for a long memory.
Another my friend helped me with its translation. I like these words very much.
A poem by Sa’adi. Here is a translation of the poem: Human beings are members of a whole, In creation of one essence and soul. If one member is afflicted with pain, Other members uneasy will remain. If you have no sympathy for human pain, The name of human you cannot retain.