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  • ART

“Les Vessenots” en Auvers

Vincent van Gogh   1890

This landscape of ‘Les Vessenots,’ on the outskirts of Auvers, shows a group of old country cottages placed just below a raised horizon; further down, wheat fields stretch to the bottom of the canvas, broken only by a few swaying trees. The narrow colour range—mainly bright greens and yellows—and the nervous, agitated brushstrokes following a repetitive, undulating rhythm, are characteristic of the artist’s work in his final period.

Van Gogh painted a large number of landscapes in the weeks before his death, always working outdoors. By that time, he was prey to all manner of conflicting moods: the vast expanses of fertile cropland gave him a sense of freedom, but at the same time intensified the feeling of melancholy and loneliness which would eventually lead to his suicide.

  • SCIENCE

Magnessium belongs to alkaline earth metal atomic number 12 it is highly reactive are can’t convert into liquid .

Mercury is used in thermometer because it is liquid at room temperature.

Gallium is easily melt at room temperature.

  • GEOGRAPHY

Antananarivo also known by its colonial shorthand form Tana, is the capital and largest city of Madagascar. The larger urban area surrounding the city, known as Antananarivo-Renivohitra (“Antananarivo -Mother Hill” or “Antananarivo-Capital”), is the capital of Analamanga region.

The city sits at 1,280 m (4,199 ft) above sea level in the center of the island, the highest national capital by elevation among the island countries. It has been the country’s largest population center since at least the 18th century.

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