We are what we love and love what we have been in our childhood

Everything comes from our childhood …
There we have the first emotions, the first feelings of joy, hate, disappointment …
Here we gather information, emotions, joy and sadness, disappointments and frustrations …
All of this will put their fingerprint on the adult …
And our conception of love, love and sex all in childhood forms …
In childhood prints in our subconscious the type of man we will love … In fact,  the first love we feel about it is that of our parents …
That is why we are in love for the first time with our parents …
Boys will fall in love with their mother and grils will fall in love with their  father …
It is not necessarily sexual attraction, it is a form of indefinite love, it is more the need for protection and caress, but it will strongly imprint on the sexual preferences of the future adult … Thus, boys who have a fat mother will adore the whole life of women with generous shapes …
Just as those raised and loved by a poor mother … Those who have been raised by a bad and chasing mother will long avoided women and when they love one they will make sure they do not look like their mother …
And on the contrary, boys who have a special relationship with their mother who has protected and loved them will seek to love mature women, will look for their mother’s future lovers …
In fact, all men will choose the women who remember their loving mother … In fact, their love is a prolongation of love for her, it is a form of quenching her longing for her and childhood.
Like girls – they will look for their father’s model in their lovers …
That’s when they had a nice and affectionate relationship with him … Unless they had a different relationship, otherwise the girls want and they will keep the men who bring one way or the other with their bad father – they will keep the men who drink, insensible and vulgar, the men who remind them of their unhappy childhood.
A girl who grew up with a drunken, authoritarian and vulgar father will unconsciously reject the mature men he meets, will refuse the tough and too masculine men …
He will look for young and immature men, looking for angelic figures, feminine faces, beautiful features of “slipper” that reminds him of the slipper with which he fell asleep at night.
Such a woman will always look for the opposite of her father, she will appreciate the man who caress her, who is tender with her, who protects her, who holds her in her arms …
She will always look for the men of her life the affection that her father has been denied, she will look for the affection she missed in her childhood and then she will sigh all her life …

The philosophy of a crazy man

Loneliness makes us approach people and love them. Sadness causes us to seek happiness in someone’s words and gestures. Pain compels us to find refuge in the soul of a good man … because we are also souls or injured hearts … we are the sum of the memories and love stories we have lived. And beyond them are the people with whom we were alone … sad or happy. Our happiness depends on the ability to choose them. We choose right … we are happy. We choose wrong … we suffer. The most important thing is to know how to choose between each other.

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            Transylvania

    Cluj-Napoca County

               St. Michael Church

   Is the oldest religious building in the city and also a representative monument of the site gotic.The curch hall type, with three naves was built between 1349-c.1580 main entrance portal from the second half of the seventeenth century. It maintains parts of the interior painting (fifteenth century). Sacristy is a valuable portal German Renaissance (1528). The pulpit was made monumental baroque German sculptors J. Nachtigall and A. Schuhbauer (1740-1750) . Bell tower built in neoclassical style between 1836-1862.In front of the church is the equestrian statue of Matthias Corvinus made by sculptor John Fadrusz in 1902.

Shrine of the Three Kings from the East

Inside the church,

Crest above the entrance gate

Church altar

Over time, the building has been witness to several important moments: it was named Matthias Corvinus, Queen Izabella signs taught in the chamber of Emperor Ferdinand I. This royal messengers were invested princes of Transylvania, Gabriel Bethlen, Rákoczi Sigismund, Sigismund Báthory and Gabriel Báthory

                    Art Museum

   Installed in the Banffi Palace is a beautiful baroque building, with a facade decorated with sculptures and statues, built between 1774-1785 after the plans of architect Johann Blaumann, modern and contemporary art gallery containing works of Romanian artists of the eighteenth century Transylvania century paintings by Ioan Andreescu, Gheorghe Petrascu, Nicholas Tonitza Ion Jalea, Romulus Ladea and many oters.Universal Art Gallery shows paintings of the school: German, Flemish, Italian, Russian, Dutch, Hungarian, etc..

Bánffy family crest

Views from inside the palace

Ethnographic Museum of Transylvania

   Is arranged in the building ‘Redoult’, Construction of the Empire style (late eighteenth century), which sheltered the Diet of Transylvania (1848-1865). This has been the “Memorandum” (1894) and in 1923 Congress was held general unions in Romania. He had over 40,000 pieces on the occupations of the population in Transylvania, costumes and ancient customs of the various testimonies.

 

   With a wealth (over 100,000 pieces) divided into several sections: a primitive village, Daco-Romanian era, modern-contemporary, Roman lapidary and feudal lapidary.

 

   The statuary group Transylvanian School

   Work of the sculptor Romulus Ladea, depicts three leading representatives of cultural and ideological movement of Romanian intellectuals in Transylvania page: Samuil Micu, Gheorghe Sincai and Petru Maior. The group was near the University “Babes Boliyai” founded in 1872 and initially organized with four faculties (medicine, law, literature and science)

The statuary group Horea, Closca and Crisan

Powered by sculptor Ion Vasiliu, evoke the three leaders of peasant revolt 1784-1785.

Michael the Brave Statue

The creation of Marius Butunoiu

Tailors’Bastion

   The Cluj-Napoca Tailors’ Tower (Romanian: Bastionul Croitorilor din Cluj-Napoca, Hungarian: Szabók bástyája) is located at the southeast corner of the old Cluj-Napoca citadel. It was built in the 15th century and rebuilt between 1627 and 1629, assuming its present form. It was named after the Tailors’ Guild, who took care of and guarded this part of the city. Near the tower — where Baba Novac, general of Michael the Brave and Saski priest, was killed in 1601 by General Basta — there is a statue of Baba Novac.

Home of MATEI CORVIN

   The oldest building preserved in city.Bilding secular Gothic, Renaissance traits she received on the occasion of subsequent renovations. Matthias was born here, who would become King of Hungary. Now it houses the Institute of Fine Arts “Ion Andreescu.

Matthias House is one of the oldest buildings and the only Renaissance palace in Cluj-Napoca.
The building was built in the fifteenth century and is located inside the first enclosure belonging to the old fortress defense.
In this house was born on 23 February 1440, Matthias Corvinus, son of Prince Iancu de Hunedoara. Subsequently, Matthias became king of Hungary in the period 1458-1490, is considered one of the largest Hungarian monarchs. King decided the building exemption from taxes, exemption who have met her and rulers who followed him.
Built in Gothic style, Matei Corvin hause underwent various changes over time and adapt to new styles. Thus, in the first half of the sixteenth century were introduced a number of architectural elements Renaissance . In the late nineteenth century, being in an advanced state of decay, was restored by inserting a series of specific elements of the 1900 style. It was restored again in 1940 by architect new Karoly Kos, and then during the communist period, were removed many of the 1900 amendments.

   Collection of history of pharmacy

   Arranged in the house Hintz-house where he worked building the city’s first pharmacy (1573), shows furniture, pots, chemicals and pharmaceutical instruments.

   The Pharmacy History Collection can be found in the oldest pharmacy building of Cluj-Napoca, named “La Sfântul Gheorghe”, also known as the Hintz pharmacy, dating back to 1573.
The museum opened in 1954; later, in 1963, the Pharmacy Museum changed its name in The Pharmacy History Collection, under the National History Museum of Transylvania.
The museum started with a collection of Transylvanian pharmaceutical objects, owned by Professor Iuliu Orient (1869-1940). The collection was first exhibited in 1904 in one of the exhibition rooms at the Transylvanian Museum (Muzeul Ardelean/Erdélyi Múzeum). This collection containing 1,800 pieces was donated to the museum and it was enriched over time through other several valuable donations that describe the pharmaceutical activity in Transylvania from the 16th century to the 20th.
The room in which drugs were sold is decorated with a baroque mural painting dating back to 1766. This decoration is one of a kind in Romania.
The original furniture is from the 17th century up to the 19th century. Old pharmaceutical recipients, pharmaceutical products, old books and important documents can be found here. The substance room contains over 200 wooden pharmaceutical recipients from the 17th-19th centuries. The pharmacists used this type of recipients to preserve powder from medicinal herbs and some mineral powder. There is also a wooden mobile pharmacy with many labeled medicine bottles contained in its drawers.
The pharmacy’s basement looks like a medieval chemistry laboratory where only the pharmacist and his assistants had access. Tools that were used in the past for the preparations of healing potions are displayed here, amongst with glass retorts, copper distillers, drip device (an installation for extracting tinctures), recipients and bowls made out of bronze and copper, pharmaceutical containers and tin measurement tools, wooden mixers, antique glass, ceramic and wooden recipients, bronze and cast iron jars.

    Well understood, I did not want to upload too many pages but I assure you there are many beautiful things to see but will let you discover them dear friends visiting this realm of legend and fairy tale.