I’m back with some random unnecessary facts. Why not read some things that are absolutely unnecessary to know.
- This painting is called the ‘Young Women in Black’ which is, in my opinion, a very creative name 😉. This is painted by Pierre-Auguste Renoir in 1880-1882 and since 1948 has been exhibited in the Pushkin Museum in Moscow.
- This is the coat of arms of Namibia
- Here you see oil on canvas painting of Frans Hals, a Dutch Golden Age painter. This particular painting is called the Fisher Boy, again very creative naming in my opinion.
- This is the Old Cobram-Barooga Bridge which was a road bridge reformed to a footbridge over the Murray River in New-south wales in Australia. This bridge is heritage listed and built-in 1900 to 1902.
- ‘Hasrat’ is the Hindi and Urdu name for ‘desire’ or ‘wish’. It is also a popular name in the Indian subcontinent
Bye bye, hope you enjoyed the facts lol.