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Beer Varieties

Ale (Ale) - beer obtained by fermentation at high temperatures, medium strength, intense light or amber color.

Barley Wine (Barley Wine) - barley wine, the most thick and strong ale.

Bitter (bitter) - the most common type of ale in the UK, characterized by a bitter taste and rich color, from amber to orange.

Blanch (blanche) - wheat-based beer, often with spices, not filtered, so muddy and sour, usually Belgian.

Bock (Bock) - German strong beer; even more catchy, called Double bock.

Gueuss (Gez) - Belgian beer obtained by mixing young and old varieties, bottled, as for champagne.

Kriek (scream) - wheat beer, in which cherries were soaked for several months. His success gave rise to the creation of compositions with raspberries, black currants and even with a banana. “Fruit” varieties are especially famous for Belgium.

Lager (lager) is a classic light (although in Germany there are several dark varieties). From the German "store", which probably should serve as a reminder of the need to keep the drink obtained by fermentation at low temperatures cool.

Lambik (lambic) - beer from "complex" malt (barley and wheat).

Pils (pils), pilsener or pilsner (in Germany) - high-quality beer with a high hop content. The name comes from the city of Pilsen, where the first ever light beer produced by fermentation at low temperatures was produced.

Porter (Porter) - beer obtained by fermentation at high temperatures, very dark, with a high content of hops. Especially popular among visitors to London pubs.

Rauschbier (Rauschbier) - light beer obtained by fermentation at low temperatures, with a smack of smoke formed when the malt is dried on a fire from conifers.
In all countries, at all times, crops were grown and many dishes were prepared from them. And if you add a million varieties of bread to this, it turns out that the world rests only on grain, all-conquering and inexhaustible, from gourmet wheat to more coarse species - oats, millet, rye, barley.

In almost all countries where bread is the basis of nutrition, wheat reigns. This is because the flour from it has the best properties for baking due to the high content of gluten and protein, which is activated by adding liquid and stirring.

Along with protein, starch is an essential component of grain. In its pure form, it is a taste-neutral powder, which turns into jelly in hot liquids, which is necessary for thickening sauces or making puddings.

With a minimum fat content, cereals include the maximum amount of dietary fiber necessary for the body and a complex of vitamins B, PP, H, E. Unfortunately, in the affordable and most popular product, bread is lost due to lengthy heat treatment and making additives necessary for high-quality baking mass of nutrients and extremely undesirable, for example, residual fermentation products are introduced.

Traditionally, many grains are used in unrefined form - they are prepared in whole or crushed, thus the most important elements from the outer layers are largely stored in them. And this is precisely the reason for the current popularity of cereals: everyone wants to be healthy, beautiful, slim.

Cereals that are not as good as wheat are suitable for baking, but still play a very important role. As a rule, less demanding on soil, climate, agricultural technology, they grow in more difficult conditions, but give good yields. From gluten-free flour, you get a lot of wonderful dishes: cakes, soups, cereals, sweets.

Some primary grain processing products, such as semolina and pearl barley, go to stores in the form of cereals of various sizes and grades. Semolina is called round or angular pieces of grain obtained by grinding. Cereals are obtained by cutting or crushing grain, and barley is polished.

The main and almost the only thing that the British brought to the world gastronomic culture is morning oatmeal. Classical porridge is boiled in water and without oil. But not everyone likes this option, so you can cook oatmeal in skim milk: for 2 cups of milk - 1 cup of hercules, 1-2 tbsp. tablespoons of sugar or its substitute, cook for 5-10 minutes. Those who agree with the thesis “you can't spoil porridge with butter” can add butter. Oatmeal is extremely useful: it gives a lot of energy, which is very important at the beginning of the working day, envelops the gastric mucosa, protecting it from harmful effects, sorb harmful substances in the intestines. In addition, it contains whole grains rich in B vitamins.
The plot of the picture is associated with a famous episode from classical mythology, which tells about the birth of the goddess Aphrodite (or Venus), which arose naked from sea foam. Using a mythological plot made it possible to introduce elements of eroticism into the picture without offending the moral principles of the public.

For the first time, the painting was presented at the Paris Salon of 1863 and enjoyed great success there - it was called the "nail of the exposition" of this salon. Moreover, he was unofficially called the “Venus Salon”, since several more paintings depicting this goddess were exhibited on it . Directly from the salon, the painting was purchased by the Emperor of France Napoleon III for his personal collection.

At the same time, Emil Zola wrote about this picture:
“The goddess, drowning in the sea of ​​milk, resembles a pretty courtesan, but created not from flesh and blood - that would be vulgar - but made from white and pink marzipan.
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In 1896, the painting was transferred to the Louvre. From 1881 to 1923, she was in the Museum in the Luxembourg Gardens, and then, from 1923 to 1978, again in the Louvre. In 1978, the painting was transferred to the Orsay Museum, where it still remains.

In 1875, Cabanel also painted a smaller version of the painting “The Birth of Venus” (106 ? 182.6 cm), which is currently in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
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[b]Naples (Napoli)[/b]

The city at the foot of the volcano, one of the three largest cities in Italy and the center of southern Italy, the city is known worldwide for its rich history and unique culture. Naples attracts from all over the world lovers of rich sightseeing holidays. Rest in Naples is a sea of impressions and interesting discoveries, developed infrastructure of the world resort, wonderful music and delicious cuisine.

[i]The ancient city on the site of Naples was founded in the 8th century BC. the coast of the Gulf of Naples. Due to its rich history, the city has experienced a mixture of different languages and cultures. Thus was born the Neapolitan style-unique, energetic, full of signs of different style schools.[/i]

Naples is the ancestor of pizza, as well as the local variety of romance. It often hosts costume shows, there are many interesting routes for excursions, a large selection of cafes and restaurants where you can taste local dishes and enjoy beautiful music. Naples is a UNESCO world Heritage site.

The location of the city between the mountain range, Vesuvius and the sea, formed the climate of Naples, and was the cause of its overpopulation at the present time.

[b]Sights Of Naples
The city itself is a living legend, so a walk along any of its streets can be considered an introduction to the world cultural heritage. But there are also the most famous sights of Naples, which are included in the main tourist routes. The old center of Naples is perfectly preserved to the present day and can demonstrate an incredible density of architectural monuments. Piazza del plebeschito, Tiatro di San Carlo, Palazzo Reale, Spaccanapoli street (Roman origin), Umberto gallery, Castel Nuovo, the castle-monastery of San Michele, Castel del Ovo, a huge number of churches (Sangro di San Severo, San Lorenzo Maggiore, San Domenico Maggiore, Santa Maria Vecchia and Santa Maria Nuovo, the monastery complex Girolamini-this is just a small list of objects, having a cult value.

In addition to its elevated monuments, Naples is famous for its many kilometers of underground structures under the city. The use of catacombs is different: from family tombs, to churches and cisterns. Important points in your tour in Naples is the national archaeological Museum, municipal Museum in the monastery of San Martino, Capodimonte gallery, the Museum of Santa Chiara, the national library and so Close to Naples are the famous ruins of the volcano destroyed Pompei and Herculaneum, a large area of the territories occupied by archeological excavations.

[b]Rental property in Naples[/b]

On our website worldhome,ru () you will find offers for renting apartments and villas in Naples. Online booking system will help to simplify the search and registration of the object for rent. Rent a property in Naples – the opportunity to spend a holiday in comfort, regardless of the specific hotel its schedule and rules, to get the necessary living conditions.