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Śląska Panna Olimpia, lat 20. Silesian Maiden Olympia, age 20. Butterflies in the stomach a sign of arousal, infatuation, love, or early pregnancy? Any clues?
Śląska Panna Olimpia, lat 20. Silesian Maiden Olympia, age 20. Butterflies in the stomach a sign of arousal, infatuation, love, or early pregnancy? Any clues?

Long dating in romantic sceneries before moving in together allows fantasies to create an idealistic image of the future spouse which will last forever. In addition to eternal memories some want to preserve the virginal beauty carved in stone in the form of caryatides, i. e. decorative supports, named after young women from the Greek village Karyæ who were considered especially beautiful, tall, strong, and capable of giving birth to strong children. The ancient Karyæ ("Walnut Trees") was the hometown of Helen of Troy. Infatuation of Paris towards Helen, called by Homer 'disastrous lust', is to be blamed for the most famous of ancient wars, the Trojan War and destruction of Troy. Fine Art Photography by Zbigniew Halat
Long dating in romantic sceneries before moving in together allows fantasies to create an idealistic image of the future spouse which will last forever. In addition to eternal memories some want to preserve the virginal beauty carved in stone in the form of caryatides, i. e. decorative supports, named after young women from the Greek village Karyæ who were considered especially beautiful, tall, strong, and capable of giving birth to strong children. The ancient Karyæ ("Walnut Trees") was the hometown of Helen of Troy. Infatuation of Paris towards Helen, called by Homer 'disastrous lust', is to be blamed for the most famous of ancient wars, the Trojan War and destruction of Troy.

Palace of Dreams in Wroclaw, Poland. Palace of Heinrich and Helene née Moriz-Eichborn von Korn in Pawlowice by August Orth, 1891 - 1895. Their families belonged to the financial and intellectual elite of Breslau during the two-hundred-years Prussian occupation of  Wroclaw (from Treaty of Berlin 28 July 1742 confirming annexation of most of Catholic Silesia by Prussia till the Nazi Germans' surrender of Festung Breslau, the fortress of  Breslau,  6 May 1945). Fine Art Photography by Zbigniew Halat
Palace of Dreams in Wroclaw, Poland. Palace of Heinrich and Helene née Moriz-Eichborn von Korn in Pawlowice by August Orth, 1891 - 1895. Their families belonged to the financial and intellectual elite of Breslau during the two-hundred-years Prussian occupation of  Wroclaw (from Treaty of Berlin 28 July 1742 confirming annexation of most of Catholic Silesia by Prussia till the Nazi Germans' surrender of Festung Breslau, the fortress of  Breslau,  6 May 1945).

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