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  • Osaka-jo

    The castle of Osaka is the major attraction of the town, and it surely is worth a visit. From the inside and the outside it represents the great history and future of this magic place called Japan. The Castle grounds covers 60.000 square meters, maybe the largest park in town. It dates back until 1583 when the famous Conqueror Toyotomi Hideyoshi started building it, but was many times looted and rebuilt.
  • Labyrinthus (Merville)

    Labyrinthus (Merville)
    Last summer I got lost: officially. And it was the whole idea behind it. There is a massive labyrinth in the french alsace area, to find it is easy to find back is much harder. So we took our sun-umbrella, because you never really know, when you will find the next source of water, while you are lost. It is consisting of high grown huge corn and it is so big that you need hours to find your way through.
  • Pole Dancing in London

    Pole Dancing in London
    Quite amazing, sliding up and down a post is a major fitness trend in Australia, UK and the US. Despite the fact, that the girls doing it with clothes on and not in a night club, the whole thing is still very sexy. But that is the idea: Bringing fitness and fun together.
  • La Vendee

    La Vendee
    Aici lo tems s'en, va res l'Eternitat ... Here in this place, time moves away towards eternity...
  • University of Sto Tomas (Manila)

    University of Sto Tomas (Manila)
    The oldest University in Asia is situated in the heart of Manila. Established by the Dominican Order in 1611, UST was transferred to its current location from Intramuros. A grand Stone Archway stands at the entrance of the university and is called the Arch of the Centuries. It was taken apart and rebuilt after World War II.
  • Boston

    The city of Boston has many places that can be a great experience to visit. One way to see the city is from the water. Seeing the city from the Charles river can prove to be a relief from the busy streets on land. The sights that can be seen are really "sights to be seen".
  • Wedding Hill (Utena)

    Wedding Hill (Utena)
    There is a tradition after the wedding ceremony to go on the small hill located near the Utena city. This hill is called “wedding hill”. It is located only one kilometer to the north from Utena by the Utena weir. In the late 90's some artist made wooden statues imitating traditional Lithuanian wedding ceremony. Statues are located around little park. Traditionally bridegroom carries bride over the bridge which is in front of the hill. This place is interesting, you can see newlyweds there, not only statues, hill, or the lake.
  • Berlin Museum of Natural History

    Berlin Museum of Natural History
    “Oskar“ – the huge brachiosaurus skeleton in the entrance hall – together with other skeletons of dinosaurs such as an archaeopteryx without doubt the highlight of the Museum fuer Naturkunde (Berlin Museum of Natural History).
  • Pyramid of Giza (Cairo)

    Pyramid of Giza (Cairo)
    The Great Pyramids of Giza, one of the Seven Wonders Of the Ancient World. It was a breathtaking experience as we marveled there. The feeling of standing in front of a giant staircase like Pyramid, the size of each stone there is about the size of an unit standard shop lot that we see in shopping complex nowadays.
  • Amsterdam ARCAM (Centre of Architecture)

    Amsterdam ARCAM (Centre of Architecture)
    If you are interested in modern architecture, and you are on a holiday in Amsterdam, you should visit the ARCAM, the centre of architecture. The building itself is a great peace of architecture designed by Dutch architect René van Zuuk in 2003. It is situated between NEMO and the shipping museum.
  • Amsterdam Grachten

    Amsterdam Grachten
    What makes Amsterdam such a special city are the Grachten which crosses the whole (inner) city annular. “Gracht” is Dutch for canal. The Grachten are small waterways spanned by lots of bridges. The start of their building was in 1612 because of more comfortably transport of wares form one depository to another but also for drainage and defense.
  • Antipolo City

    Antipolo City
    When the Manila weather becomes a little too much for you, the city of Antipolo offers a cool break from the rigors of the city life. Less than an hour's drive from Manila Antipolo offers a host of places and activities for eager lomographers. Devotees flock the Antipolo church to pray for various problems and wishes. Friends troop the bars that dot the mountainside for a few buckets of beer or so.
  • Guimarães

    Guimarães is a city located in northwestern Portugal in the province of Minho and in the district of Braga. It is a municipality made up of 68 townships, occupying an area of 242.32 km2 and including more than 160,000 inhabitants.
  • Acadia (Bar Harbor)

    Acadia (Bar Harbor)
    This might seem to be very far out of the way to go, which it is. Acadia National Park is a sight to be seen, you can either hike up on the paths or take the drive up. It's one of those few places in Maine that is actually worth going to.
  • Dago Resort

    Dago Resort
    When I first came up here I was so surprised because this place is like a desert, only that there are beautiful hills around it. So the reason I went here was because my friend asked me to take pictures of him and his dearly old Vespa. Then we did some LomoSession using my Horizon Perfekt and SNAP! I just loved the view - it suits the panorama dream image that can be obtained using a Horizon Perfekt. I think this place is so perfect to be used as a movie location.
  • Pai & Pang Aung

    Pai & Pang Aung
    Pai & Pang Aung located in Mae Hong Sorn province, north of Thailand. Pai is a very very small town, with a view of lots of moutain around. It is the place where you can relax, enjoy beautiful views & cool weather (in winter from November to February), recharge your energy or even for a nice honeymoon trip.......
  • Amsterdam NEMO (Science Center)

    Amsterdam NEMO (Science Center)
    NEMO is the biggest science center all over The Netherlands. You can see it when you arrive at the Central station (the central station) because of its extraordinary architecture – it looks like a big green ship - designed by Renzo Piano. It was built in 1997 and is situated on the fundamentals of the IJtunnel.
  • Amsterdam Street-Markets

    Amsterdam Street-Markets
    One of the most interesting shopping possibilities in Amsterdam is the several street-markets which can be found all over the city. The most famous one is maybe the Waterlooplein –market. There you can buy second-hand clothing but also new clothes, dvds, cds, rummage, and so on. It has its own metro-station and it is open from Monday to Saturday, 8:30 am – 5:30 pm.
  • Aix en Provence (France)

    Aix en Provence (France)
    Found by the Romans in 123 BC, Aix en Provence is famous for its thermal hot springs. The name of Aix comes from Aqua, which means water, or springs. There are still thermal bath, built on the antique one. You can find more than twenty public fountains in the old center. Some are very ancient, most of them were build in 19th C.
  • Alnis Lake and Hydrographic Reserve

    Alnis Lake and Hydrographic Reserve
    This interesting and beautiful place is located in the Aukštaitija regional park in the eastern Lithuania. Aukštaitija regional park is well known because of lovely forests and thousands lakes and rivers. The Alnis Lake is deep in the forest surrounded only by trees and nothing more. There is only breathtaking beauty of nature. You can climb on the top of the hill and to see clear like a glass water of this lake. This place is like paradise. There are few camping places where you can stay after pay some euros (I don’t remember the cost).