tv [untitled] October 8, 2011 8:31pm-9:01pm EDT
hello i will come to the must go out show on this because out i'll be going the famous pushkin museum located right in the heart of the russian capital that opened in one thousand and twelve i'd like to see it will celebrate his one hundredth anniversary so join the masjid andris as we take a look at the something collection of all office representing centuries of creativity the strength and culture. the coolie on which you see here is a reproduction of the interior you want to pass a bunch of influence to spin the blockade has incredible examples of german medieval arts and italian missiles of the fifteenth century. being michelangelo's famous stated sculpture the museum was founded by the professor if i'm so tired of the main building was constructed from eight hundred ninety eight by only text for
my klein machine. named off to improv example just that it was late to change in the thirty's in honor of the brush and power it diffuse of the museum and breathtaking just like the thousands of exhibits on display located close to the kremlin and across the road from the christ save the complex a building this is also known as museum village and mark has turned the whole area . is with thriving cultural currency. bills losing was the first of its kind in russia it was officially open this past dissent and it was celebrations in the polish defeat at sonic like a second self in attendance through the revolution the soviet times in the break about. times of the last century during world war two for example the greater part of the museum resources to novosibirsk a city chomsky has major events and celebrations plans for the one hundredth anniversary next year the museum can look forward to the next one hundred years.
when the museum was founded one of its main objectives was to become an educational institute for local students many of the exhibits. are exact copies of the pieces from. commissions and created specifically for the post. in this room for example you can see replicas of the statues and sculpture is between the fourth and first centuries basis. in the fall of ancient greece here you can see various boss religious models of copies all designed to introduce you to this and this has to them a stages in the history of the last dozens of team to pass the costs are on display in the room featuring heads or several great philosophers a friend a brilliant insight to see creativity thousands of years ago.
the os of ancient greece is why even presented in the museum in the untitled the greek yacht is one of its highlights it showcases examples of architecture from the fishing for centuries b.c. fully art and culture in new york at the time flourished. to so many schools and exhibits beautiful day to look around the museum but we are interested in sculpture post-impressionist art or gyptian artifacts you'll find wonderful examples here some are copies yes but the museum also holds many originals to. the museum has a substantial collection of original vases featuring a greek culture a from the sixth to fifty centuries b.c. the black and red figure techniques to pick various images created to showcase rituals connected with feasts will fuel ceremonies. i think while a little shabby to push the museum is a considerably more peaceful place to contemplate great art the many of them will
heighten hexie big galleries in the west. i really enjoy the city and i wanted to spend a. really impressed. because there's so many different artists and it's just beautiful i enjoy it this music is wonderful next door and then. you have. dutch. and just beautiful. other valuable objects from asia greece or display or regional items that were found by the german enthusiastic high actually when in the nineteenth century the amateur off eulogist famously helped excavate the city of troy. during the museum there are over two hundred fifty items those third century b.c. mainly jewelry.
action of art from ancient egypt in the push museum is the largest of its cards in russia defeat these pieces apart and also objects used by the egyptians in the every day life spending thousands of years but the oldest items come from the fourth millennium b.c. . one of the highlights in this room is the cosmetics bill as it's called daisy from the end of the fifteenth century b.c. made from on every it features a naked girl swimming with the sacred lotus flower splendid examples of egyptian decorative art the gods of age egypt were depicted as animals with features of an animal like birds heads for example egyptians view death almost as a cult and here in the museum there are many items connected with us. some of the most interesting paintings in the museum represent the flemish art of the seventeenth century created many to decorate lavish interiors of palaces and cathedrals the features paintings are religious themes portraits and landscapes
large scale paintings by such artists rubens and rembrandt are all featured in the collection. students from all actuality has come to study to museums various pieces many programmes elections for lovers of all ages are also regularly organized as an establishment at the forefront of moscow's art scene where one day you'll see lines of people queued up outside every day so why is the museum so popular the cost of fights and forests. to i'm in love with the museums architecture it's like a look back to the days of old the place is a temple to be oxygen sharing it a rest from everyday life from the worries of a big city new to this museum is my favorite i think gives a great fear an art history depending on the media interest you can explore various ages of schools that asked you to contain russia without going to moscow in moscow without going to the first especially the impressionist parks there are so beautiful the paintings are very well cared for and exhibited were also. you can
see the whole. place which gives the public a chance to see this collection. tempi exhibitions which. twenty five. commonly on the spot here. being demonstrated in. this exhibition offers a unique opportunity to see his paintings. see of a museum in space putting together such a. great vision compassion. collection. look at ways to destress experience. history pressed. to meet this week's guest well it's lovely to meet you. tell me why is the.
rooms. but it was never planned temporal exhibition i mean it's not just the odd that is stunning a breathtaking here and museum but indeed the actual building in whole amazing to see is one of the most remarkable. and depth is it till. at. last out of it thank you very much feels hard very well and all the best here have been is it. finally we are live in a separate building the house is stunning assortment of impressionist post-impressionist and. many experts agree that museums great history she's going to be found in its collection of paintings. the works from display here we saw just to screw over your piano all it. takes fascinating works by considering go. when you walk in the museum a second was by me to use it and not only on display looking through such beauty is
quite as well made especially among spanish pieces that cost millions of dollars to push the museum is definitely one of the world's great cultural institutions widening symon you see in paris london or new york and a visit is something you will never forget. wow absolutely breathtaking india with you know all along combis white more families painted by my in eighteen months you know i youthful but unfortunately the time we have on this big party must see you again at the same time next week until then for me and the rest of the crew of the state christie museum of fine arts for now.
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and moving the stories in brief. one foot in the door barring an epic co-op's rush are set to qualify automatically for the european football championships following victory away to slovakia. top seven the all whales on from score five to meet in the semifinals of the rugby world cup following wins over arland. gold sebastian vettel will start from pole in japan on sunday the red bull driver can wrap up his second straight formula one chron this week. a point against the lowest ranked football team in the world next week is all russian need to automatically qualify for the euro twenty twelve finals dick charges making it easy on themselves following victory away to slovakia on friday richard bump or fate has the story of the night. rush hour in touching distance of a euro two thousand and twelve finals after a very hard for win over slovakia here in chile known all on and got the all
important goal just twenty minutes from time and that means of russia could get a point against andorra who have a worse ranked team in the world will be making it all the way to poland ukraine two thousand and twelve russia had a strong travelling support for the game of around two thousand making the trip of the weather and pleasant with rain falling all day in july wish to make the playing dishes easy for either side the rush is a sort of a game a great. first thirty minutes or so and they managed to test the home side's keeper a young girl a number of occasions both andrea sharp and roman pavlyuchenko going close the tribesmen why they were unable to put down the spark ian's defense allow them to go if you'd been a minus for the first forty five minutes but he was much improved in the second half and just twenty minutes from time a serious car forward popped up with a fantastic strike from the twenty five yards which won the game from russians and took up the caps was full of praise for the twenty one year old able. to think
because he was the. wrong balls but after scoring goals he became more of. a change and provided a sions reliever russia for an excellent defensive performance about four solid throughout its war you got a nice have had one of his best games for russia and they continue his revival as well as he was a constant menace to the spark in defense but most importantly the russians they were able to keep a comma sic so back in play make it quite right that game disappointment over survive here who started his seriously thousand and twelve qualification campaign so well with that victory in moscow but over the last few games they haven't really been able to recover form they showed earlier in the qualifying campaign a middle of stock was a loss to say why they hadn't been competitive recently from beginning to the pressure but then after twenty minutes we stayed in given the game different with. then we got the few chances but. alas for free we are going to go
so if we don't score we can win to the russians cause. they deserve to win jubilation for the russians of a group of twenty points two points clear of any risk challenges the republic of ireland makes but a couple can't size it used to mean those about to join the worst ranked team in the world anything aborts defeats be enough to see become accounts side through security found central finals in poland and ukraine. slovakia so richard sees russia very much in the driving seat but the playoff spot in the group b. is now a straight dog fight between the republic of ireland and surprise package armenia the irish being a couple of points behind russia following it to know when. the no need to point at home to armenia on choose day to reach the playoffs but the armenians have been in stunning form of late last night thrashing macedonia for one and then to or heading
to poland and ukraine after drawing away to montenegro wayne rooney though sent off in that one turkish quest just got more difficult after the feat to already qualify germany while it's still. there are lots of big tournaments football with when. logistics will be one of the most difficult problems in russia hosting the twenty eight world cup finals that's according to meinhof ship brink marketing director buyer leverkusen we caught up with the german in moscow on our first question was one close to his heart that of investment. if i would have one minute you're in the mood to spend the three most important points for this ball so to speak the legs in the water infrastructure let me see the stadium and about the brain the miniature i would spend that one million euro dollar into brains.
might do something very interesting and very very very let me say exciting but i think in terms of sustainability of like race he's a little questionable whether this is a feasible approach i don't know for sure we'll see five years whether this is the toughest or were all told things have shifted rather think you know you have more scope looks focus simply doesn't work there well north or the world meanwhile but these other clubs have to build a brand that is quite critical if you can make it happen with one huge promise fail which given you a lot of that received press coverage. that what you always very close with how measures the city is developing major cities is a very old club with now a child behind his soul that is perhaps a blending process that this club which has a name already for years and decades now with the new money coming in all of the middle east is getting up to speed it will be at least to a contender for
a while at the champions get to that point look at how different clubs and other clubs which have a lot of money all of a sudden the fail approach they have to this kind of brand and i think that's an uphill battle and that's very good difficult to accomplish. if you look at the huge country of russia and i think that could be a challenge to finally in the quarter specifically from europe in one place to the other and also between the games there are three four days they staying over here or they're flying in and out so i would be very interested. the good and save the system of the plan we believe will be in the future oh to do with the crowds and i don't know how this will how this will work because for me as a german i look at russia and know most of those groups know both some peoples but then then you're getting a little bit most about the distance in between cities and that's for me something which is more or less in question over infrastructure i think it will be
a lot of work but i'm convinced that also the world cup two thousand and eight can be a great show for football and the support for all of those all over the world interesting stuff and i'm moving on with their first semifinalists at the rugby world cup are known wales will take on fronts following wins over aren't meant respectively the irish entered the clash in wellington a slight favorites but said it was their opponents who started as they meant to go on shane williams tried the soul touched on of the first half wheels break and help the teams were level five minutes into the second period when keith earls went over but that was beaten losers highlights a fully deserved twelve point win the benchley secured with wales third try of the day jonathan davies that scorer. we know there's a lot of very dangerous or. good care is. midfielder good faith as well and so we've been to one seed of really trying to
take away our slow you're just taking your feet from straight away and you give your heart and soul to something that doesn't work. it's just just boys. are good men the bone spec. shock of sorts in the day's other quarterfinal from sprucing the type of performance england were afraid they would in oakland the time looking all but down by the time the half time whistle blew sixty mil up thanks to tries from the dangerous vasan clerk. and did make a game of it say in the second half but the damage was already done by the time ben foden mark wait so went over from. winning at nineteen points to twelve. reigning f one champion sebastian vettel has put himself in prime position to claim his second straight driver this very weekend the red bull a sprinter jenson button by just nine fisons of a second to take positions for the japanese grand prix the german needs only
a single point on sunday to close the twenty eleven championship if the sole man who could yet stop them but fails to finish in the points for greece tomorrow twenty four year old vettel will also automatically retain his prawn lewis hamilton meanwhile will start from third season. in tennis rafael nadal looks in solid chip tree tain his second straight japan open title after defeating mardy fish in the semifinals fish how to reach the career high world number seven ranking this year though it was former world number one the doll who absorbed the twenty nine year old best shot in the opening set to take it seventy five seemingly to moralize from the point on the twenty five rule rough closing in i seventy five sixty seconds to run i'm. on the murray the man who will be waving for the towel in the tokyo decider the scot cruising. courtesy
of a six two six three victory over david for masterful murray finishing the encounter with a beautiful winner on the spot serve a tough task awaits next murray ending for revenge against the man who knocked him out of two majors this season and that. should be quite a clash and that is all the sport for now whether it's next year in twenty four hour r.t. . we'll . bring you the latest in science and technology from around russia. we've got the future covered.
the u.s. led invasion of afghanistan passes a ten year anniversary with taliban defeat nowhere in sight meanwhile the human cost is rising faster than ever with the number of civilians killed this year alone approaching total coalition forces in a decade of fighting. while in london demands on the streets for the country's troops to leave afghanistan at a rally reflecting the unpopularity in the u.k. of the war which has claimed almost four hundred british military lives. and occupy wall street protests against trying to cross the you are spreading to dozens of american cities from richmond to los angeles and. washington d.c. . and a very warm welcome from all of us here in moscow this is all t. with me our thanks for joining is the u.s. .