Hand spreaders and scattering are suitable not only for applying salt and sand in the winter, but also seed and fertilizer are many garden and landscape designers distributed easily and evenly, but many gardeners are familiar with the problem: How can you fertilize efficiently large areas? How can you sow large areas evenly newly? Be faced with this problem at the new plant by lawns as well as at the regular maintenance of existing lawns or utility beds. Scattering and scattering carts are the ultimate all purpose helper for garden and landscape construction heritage shoots, nurseries or the private man. The advantages of this scattering are often. On the one hand, the hand spreaders in many price ranges are available, ranging from very low scattering for manual operation and premium – spreading trucks for manual operation, which are characterized above all this, that the hand scattering by drawbar to towing vehicles may be appended. Motorized alternatives to scattering car for manual operation are available only as attachments for forklift trucks and other carrier vehicles and also not suitable for typical applications on smaller and poorly accessible areas and are priced quickly in the four-digit range.
The range of scattering the in many ways. The single scattering differ in particular in the spreading width (from 0.8-5 m), where hand spreading truck with spreading widths are available from 80 cm to 5. As well, the hand spreaders in the volume of grit tank (20-50 litres) differ. Of course, there are also qualitative differences in the individual budgets the carts scattered, however, even the cheap models for individuals are already well suited. For example, this scattering car also on large lawns can be used for the uniform fertilizing; or if E.g. large lawns are newly created, the scattering car for manual operation are always used. Through the uniform distribution of grass seeds can be created fast a large area with the hand-scattering devices.
Kitchen sets "Anastasia" types 1 and 2 are made of chipboard with a variety of fronts: chipboard, softforming, MDFM, patina or postforming (glossy plastic faced by two-sided reversing posformirovaniya miter bar). The color scheme is also wide: body – beech, alder, oak, champagne, black, front – cream, Milan, green, beech, alder, apple, orange and swamp. The set of modular furniture for the kitchen "Anastasia" type 3 is different severity forms an interesting design. Proposed modules for built-in appliances, all items are mobile and compact. Large selection of modular elements of a series of kitchen furniture – Anastasia type 3 allows us to obtain optimum benefit from the existing kitchen area. The facades of high-processed PVC edge, 2 mm thick, the equipment includes gas lift, uses modern reylingovaya handle. It is proposed gray body color and a wide range of colors of the facade. The color of the facade of particleboard PVC edge – green, cream, Milan shagreen (blue) color of the facade Chipboard – Woodline light, Woodline dark, the color of the facade MDFM – Shtroks.
Kitchen set "Anastasia Type 6" classic design features discreet, noble color combinations. Finished in bleached oak combines perfectly with the bright facade of the effect of gold patina. This effect gives the product expression, contrast, and additional relief. New kitchen and appliances "Anastasia type 6" easily fit into a typical kitchen thanks to its optimal size and the two variants of colors – dark and light. Housing is made of laminated chipboard 16 mm.
Zaragoza is a city marked by Islamic art, distinguished by its particular architecture and art. Without a doubt, the first tourist attraction in the city is the Basilica del Pilar, an imposing Baroque Temple which, since ten years ago, it is one of the most important pilgrimage destinations in the Catholic world. Its altarpiece from the 16th century, the work of Damian Forment, it is made of polychrome Alabaster. Opposite is the choir stalls of the choir, a carving in oak in Renaissance style of great artistic value. The Sainte Chapelle, masterpiece of 18th century art designed by architect Ventura Rodriguez, houses the image of the Virgen del Pilar. The frescoes on the vault of the bandstand are the work of the genius Aragonese painter Francisco de Goya, while the other domes are the work of his brothers-in-law, Ramon and Francisco Bayeu. The footprint of Goya can be followed elsewhere in the city: the Museum of Zaragoza, Museo Camon Aznar and the Cartuja de Aula Dei.
La Seo, stands on the site of the main mosque of the old Muslim city a building that combines a set of styles ranging from Romanesque to the neoclassical. Outside we find the wall of the parish Chapel of San Miguel Archangel, masterpiece of zaragozano mudejar. The Aljaferia Palace is one of the main exponents of the Moorish architecture of the 11th century. The building has been subjected to numerous reforms throughout its history. The most important of them was undertaken by the Catholic Kings in 1492. The oldest part dates from the 9th century and corresponds with the Tower of the Troubadour, a defensive Barbican of quadrangular plant named after a drama by Antonio Garcia Gutierrez which served also as a stage to Giuseppe Verdi for his famous opera Il Trovatore. The Palace occupies a sad place in the black pages of history, from 1485, it was headquarters of the Tribunal of the Inquisition, with its gloomy dungeons and his troops headquarters.
Currently, the Palace of Aljaferia is the seat of the Cortes de Aragon. In Zaragoza are four Moorish towers declared heritage of humanity by UNESCO. Mudejar art combines influences of Islamic art and other Western architectural styles – essentially, the Gothic-. The Mudejar monuments whose construction lasted until the beginning of the 17TH century are characterized by the ingenious use of brick and glazed ceramics, as it can be seen on the towers of la Magdalena, San Pablo, San Miguel and San Gil. The old Lonja de Mercaderes is the best example of Aragonese Renaissance civil architecture. Today, this building is used as exhibition hall. Hotels in Zaragoza offer a very professional, and attention with a long trajectory of a city that is a crossroads and meeting place, accustomed to the reception of tourism associated with culture, the business world and the field of science and University.
The Polish Ministry of regional development receives the EU knowledge Award for 2012 Berlin, March 23, 2012: has within the framework of the seventh European Annual Symposium EU funds 2012 (19-21 March 2012) in Berlin, the European Academy for taxes, economics & law prize the European knowledge under the auspices of the European Commissioner for education, culture, multilingualism and youth, Mrs Androulla Vassiliou for the second time. Winner of this year’s knowledge of the Academy is the Ministry of regional development of Poland. Christoph Brauner, Managing Director of the European Academy for taxes, economics & law, handed the European price of knowledge to represent the Polish Ministry of regional development on Monday, March 19, 2012, at the festive evening event at the opening of the traditional European Annual Symposium EU funds 2012 “in Berlin. The European knowledge award under the patronage of Commissioner Vassiliou was this year for the second time in a row awarded. His real value is endowed with 10,000 in the form of training. With the award, the European Academy for taxes, economics & law has recognized the usage of the Ministry for regional development of the Republic of Poland for outstanding employee training.
The Ministry was responsible for co-ordinating work around the subject of cohesion policy within the framework of the Polish presidency in the Council of the European Union in the second half of 2011. I feel honored and am very pleased that we have received the European Prize for knowledge 2012. I see this award as recognition of our efforts to do our job, we love to do, in the best possible manner. Thank you very much!”said Ms. Anita Weso? owska, Deputy Director of the body responsible for the management of the programme for competitiveness and innovation at the Ministry for regional development of Poland. Mrs Weso? owska received the knowledge Prize 2012 together with her colleague Mrs Katarzyna Przybylska and with her colleague Mr Igor Kamienski of the ESF Management Department of the Ministry.