Barbara has arranged “Royal hunt”


Варвара устроила «царскую охоту»
The singer gave the dogs of the Greyhound breed.

Варвара устроила «царскую охоту»

Barbara

That singer Varvara enjoys
history, known to all her fans. Therefore, many of them give the artist
rarities, Antiques, musical instruments and rare books of various
eras. And recently, one of the admirers of barbarians made her unexpected
the gift — two dogs of the Greyhound breed that was specifically bred for hunting
in tsarist times for the nobles. The donor chose to remain anonymous.

“The only thing I know about this man –
he is breeding these dogs, ” says Barbara 7days.ru. — Greyhounds are incredibly graceful, handsome, beautiful and kind. I’m happy
I stayed with them a few days in a country house. But my family and I consulted
and realized that, unfortunately, we have no way to leave them. In the apartment they
impossible, and outside the city, we are rare, but dogs need constant attention
and care. Besides, they are old enough and really miss my
master so we decided to return the dogs back.”

Варвара устроила «царскую охоту»

Barbara

In recognition of the barbarians, the theme of the Royal hunt her
interested, she read a lot of literature on this subject, and even organized on this
the theme of the photo shoot together with fleet dogs, and picked up the costumes appropriate
era. “In tsarist times, hunting was considered an event, a tradition in which
had its own rules, says Barbara. “A hunt went great
composition, sometimes more than 100 people, including the servants, had its “fashion hunting”.
About hunting tastes of Russian tsars and empresses were legendary. It was a special
the world is full of kind, charming and irresistible charm of Flexi to yourself. And
the period of “women’s Board” the Russian Empire hunting, oddly enough,
has acquired a new dimension. The ruler cared a lot about their four-legged
satellites have played in the hunt, perhaps the most important role of dogs. Behind them
carefully watched — that they were not only healthy, but look also
worthy. Women wore outfits that were intended for such trips, and
they are not inferior in elegance of court dress.”

Barbara