Nidodileda… once you spell it right, you won’t forget it!
According to Dante’s Comedy, Nidodileda (Nido di leda) symbolizes “Leda’s nest”. Leda was Zeus’s mistress and mother of his twin sons, Castor and Pollux (known together as Dioscuri). Castor and Pollux were awarded a constellation, Gemini, for their brotherly love, and that constellation lays in Nidodileda.
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There are some films whose sensuous delight reminds us of the rules of seduction that we desire for our erotic stories. And there are some feelings that regardless of how much we believe that we own them, they eternally bear the need to be maintained unspoken, due to the risk of destruction their addressing and emergence into the world of desires, may entail.
When mentioning China, what can be easily brought in mind regarding the scenery, is large, exhausted-in-fumes cities, wrapped in the grey colours that are created when over-productivity and decay are necessitating each other. Yet, there are still some pieces of rural areas that are not only falsifying the above mentioned point, but their aesthetic strength can be even able to reset the rules of the nation’s standards of beauty. Two of them are Guilin and Yangshuo, the cities that make Avatar’s setup a product of realism instead of science fiction.