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  1. 1. США березень - травень 2003 Віталій Харченко
  2. 2. Beltswille Bowie Washington
  3. 4. лабораторія
  4. 5. Dr J. R. Lichtenfels
  5. 6. Dr. E. Hoberg
  6. 7. Mrs P. Pillitt and Dr E. Hoberg
  7. 8. За роботою
  8. 9. За роботою
  9. 10. Bowie
  10. 11. The Belair Mansion The Belair Stable Museum Bowie Railroad Station and Huntington Museum Radio and Television Museum
  11. 12. Будинок, яких тисячі
  12. 13. Нова кухня
  13. 14. Та гриль
  14. 15. Моя вулиця
  15. 16. будинок
  16. 17. кімната
  17. 18. Інший кут зору
  18. 19. Кухня
  19. 20. Зала
  20. 23. Пригаражна зона
  21. 24. дороги для машин ...
  22. 25. ...та пішоходів
  23. 26. Наш транспорт
  24. 27. Washington
  25. 31. дороги для машин
  26. 48. Baltimore
  27. 56. Книгарня Barney & Noble’s у Балтіморі
  28. 57. <ul><li>Gleick, James. Chaos. Penguin, 1987. [National Bestseller]. </li></ul><ul><li>Carpa, Fritjof. Web of Life </li></ul><ul><li>Carpa, Fritjof. The hidden connections </li></ul><ul><li>The Tao of Physics. </li></ul><ul><li>Highfield, Roger. The Science of Harry Potter. Viking Penguin. The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science. A.Einstain. </li></ul><ul><li>Hawking, Stephan. On the shoulders of Giants. Biographie and papers of Copernic, Galliley, Kepler, Neuton and Einstein. </li></ul><ul><li>Dr Axelrod’s mini-atlas of freshwater aquariumfishes. Mini-edition. </li></ul><ul><li>National geographic Atlas of the World. 7th edition. </li></ul>
  29. 58. The Carpathian Mountains rise in the west and the Crimean Mountains in the south, but the heartland of Ukraine—slightly larger than France—is the rich flat earth that stretches for 1,600 kilometers, known as the steppe. Once called the breadbasket of the Soviet Union, the fledgling nation also has huge deposits of coal and iron that feed heavy industry, particularly in the Donbas (Donets Basin) and Kryvyy Rih regions. UKRAINE History and culture in brief
  30. 59. Such natural wealth invited conquerers ... The Mongols overran the land in the 13th century, followed by the Lithuanians in the 14th century. Poland asserted dominion in 1569. ... In 1654—still fighting the Poles—they entered a pact with Russia, which soon exerted control. At its greatest extent, about 1880, the Russian Empire encompassed 85 percent of present-day Ukraine; the remainder was under the influence of Austria-Hungary. UKRAINE History and culture in brief
  31. 60. After the Russian Revolution, Ukraine enjoyed brief independence. Despite Lenin's promises, however, the Red Army invaded, and by 1920 most of Ukraine was Bolshevik ruled. Joseph Stalin, fearing Ukrainian nationalism, killed the intelligentsia, and, through his policy of collectivization, engineered a famine in 1932 and 1933 that took at least five million lives. Nazi occupation scourged the country during the &quot;Great Patriotic War.&quot; The republic lost 7.5 million people, 4 million of them civilians and 2.2 million deported to Germany as laborers. After World War II, Soviet rule prevailed. UKRAINE History and culture in brief
  32. 61. Ukraine suffered the world's worst recorded nuclear accident. On the morning of April 26, 1986, reactor No. 4 at the Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant, 80 miles north of Kiev, exploded, sending radioactive contaminants three miles up into the atmosphere and out over parts of Europe, Asia, and North America. A political meltdown occurred in December 1991, when 90 percent of Ukrainians voted for independence, in effect dissolving the Soviet Union. UKRAINE History and culture in brief
  33. 62. Ukraine faces difficult challenges in its transition to nationhood: the disposition of the Black Sea fleet, the question of control of Crimea, and an outstanding debt owed for Russian oil and natural gas. Yet through all the centuries of turmoil, folk art and music have endured, including fine embroidery and the intricate art of Easter egg painting. Text source: National Geographic Atlas of the World Revised Sixth Edition, 1995 UKRAINE History and culture in brief
  34. 68. Ocean City