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I really love revising Literature it makes me so happy? But the sad thing is I hardly get high marks for literature even though I revise so much and I love the subject :( probably still going to take it as part of my subject combination next year though :D

Cities ruled by...:

Did you know that countries and cities are ruled by zodiac signs?

A natal chart or birth chart is produced for a place when it’s founded or established.

ARIES:

Leicester, Florence, Krakow, Naples, Utrecht, Marseilles, Birmingham (UK)

TAURUS:

Eastbourne, Hastings, Palermo, Lucerne, Leipzig, Dublin, St. Louis

GEMINI:

Cardiff, London, Nuremberg, Tripoli, San Francisco, Melbourne, Plymouth

CANCER:

Amsterdam, Manchester, Milan, New York, Stockholm, Tokyo, Venice, York

LEO:

Bath, Bristol, Bombay, Chicago, Madrid, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Rome

VIRGO:

Athens, Paris, Boston, Toulouse, Corinth, Lyons, all spas and health resorts

LIBRA:

Antwerp, Lisbon, Frankfurt, Copenhagen, Johannesburg, Vienna, Nottingham

SCORPIO:

Baltimore, Cincinnati, New Orleans, Liverpool, Newcastle, Washington DC

SAGITTARIUS:

Budapest, Naples, Nottingham, Sheffield, Sunderland, Stuttgart, Toronto

CAPRICORN:

Brandenberg, Brussels, Oxford, Ghent, Delhi, Mexico City, Port Said

AQUARIUS:

Bremen, Brighton, Hamburg, Helsinki, Moscow, Salzburg, St. Petersburg

PISCES:

Alexandria, Cowes, Grimsby, Jerusalem, Bournemouth, Seville, Warsaw

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Two pieces from Boris Mikhailov’s series “Parliament,” on view at the Ukraine Pavilion in this year’s Venice Biennale.

“I tried to express the crisis through the Suprematist disintegration of the figurative by examining the broadcast of parliamentary debates and the interaction of verbal and visual manifestations that correspond with these images.”

― Boris Mikhailov

Miss Jeanne Moreau, the French actress who starred in such films as Jules And Jim and Diary Of A Chambermaid and whose independence, sensuality, and vitality embodied the spirit of the French New Wave, has passed away Today…

Winner of the Best Actress award at Cannes for Moderato Cantabile in 1960, she received lifetime achievement awards from the Venice, Cannes, and Berlin International Film Festivals, as well as the BFI and the César Awards.

Sorry, Jeanne, but this is beyond us.

Portrait of Miss Jeanne Moreau by Dan Budnick, 1962.