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  • Hofcaf Bruns no 2

    Hofcaf Bruns no 2
    Self-made cakes and always very good exhibitions.
  • Belle & Herbs

    Belle & Herbs
    You can write love messages on the paper table cloths, the ketchup bottle is always full, the coffee smells amazing, the mashed potato is to die for, the red telephone is original, the walls are a gallery, the tunes are hip, the staff slick, lolly pops are on sale! the ceiling is unusual, there is a disco ball, no two chairs are alike ... there are sofas to sink into
  • Boats

    Boats
    The Mediterranean Sea is gorgeous - it has got the crossed water (not blue, not green - the "between" of both, like in doubles). So why not to discover it (the Sea) from the middle of it, ah? Well, you need to be a really good swimmer, or... need some luck to get to Marseille. The city itself is also so interesting, that you can even forget the plans of taking a trip with the boat in the Mediterranean Sea, so be calm and go straight ahead till you reach the old port, which is called Vieux-Port de Marseille.
  • Hills of Acropolis

    Hills of Acropolis
    Just in the centre of the capital of Greece you can find a fantastic place to shoot amazing Lomographics! I've been there on my Interrail-Tour across Europe last summer and I loved it! The hills of the Acropolis are situated next to the old part of Athens, the "Plaka" (10552 Athens).
  • Plaza de las Vizcainas & Callejón de San Ignacio

    Plaza de las Vizcainas & Callejón de San Ignacio
    It's just an Alley, in an old neighborhood (Vizcainas) in the historical downtown of Mexico City. It's not a touristy spot, 'cause the place it's on a decay state. These days some people are trying to bring new life to the place. San Ignacio Alley is an example of that, its walls has turned into a canvas for urban artists and the passage a laboratory for some artists that recycle trash into art.
  • Klang

    Klang
    Come to Klang, located in Selangor! The thriving urban town is full of modern facilities but has refined attractive pockets of traditional and environmental charm. Klang is the place where I was born. I should call this place as my hometown or my sweet home.
  • Nasher Sculpture Garden

    Nasher Sculpture Garden
    If you're a fan of sculptures, this is the place for you! The Nasher Sculpture garden at the Dallas Museum of Art is a lomographer's paradise. On a bright, sunny day, even the original fisheye can enjoy itself! Thursday evenings relax in the cool shadow of downtown with a bottle of wine, a close friend or just your lomo and settle in for some sweet jazz and excellent people watching.
  • Alentejo

    Alentejo
    Alentejo is a region in the south of Portugal. It is divided in "alto Alentejo" and "baixo Alentejo", but their similarity is striking. I think this location should be posted in the ultimate LomoLocations due to its unique features.
  • Brussels

    Brussels
    Brussels is a grand place. If I should live in a capital, it would be in
  • Cours Saleya

    Cours Saleya
    When you are once in Nice, you have to visit the Cours Saleya. It lies parallel to the Promenade des Anglais which streches by the sea. Go there in the morning and have your breakfast in one of the multiple cafés. Sit down and have a cup of lovely latte and some french croissants and just look at people and enjoy the first warming sun.
  • Kaunas Jazz festival

    Kaunas Jazz festival
    Festivals are always good. Why? Because you can change the routine of your day by dancing, singing and of course doing all the crazy LOMO things in the crowd. Kaunas Jazz festival started even in 1991 and today it is one of the biggest that kind of festivals not only in Lithuania, but even in the Eastern Europe.
  • Kampung Sauk

    Kampung Sauk
    My lovely hometown, Kampung Sauk is a small village located in Kuala Kangsar, the state of Perak Darul Ridzuan. "Kampung" means village in Malaysian. By taking an express bus from our capital city, Kuala Lumpur to the town of Kuala Kangsar will spend you about 3 hours journey if it's not a peak season.
  • Karni Mata Rat Temple

    Karni Mata Rat Temple
    When: Best in October, There is a Camel-Fair nearby Just imagine that you are in the middle of the North-Indian Desert. Just for Fun! Then you jump into a Hindu-Temple. Because there is not anything else to do and why are you in India anyway? Like me. We wanted to go to a city which streets had been flooded. But this mischief brought me to the place that flooded my imagination. The Karni Mata Temple close to Bikaner is off from any travel-route, a diamond among travelers.
  • Hamburg Arena

    Hamburg Arena
    If you love football you just have to be in love with the temples of football: the stadiums. Because Germany was having the World Cup they invested plenty of money into the infrastructure and new stadiums. There is little doubt, that these stadiums are the finest on the planet at the moment.
  • Sziget Festival

    Sziget Festival
    Your backpack is ten tons heavy, you set up a camp far from the main-stage,and the first night trying to sleep
  • Vancouver

    Vancouver
    Vancouver was my first trip alone, and the trip that I'll never ever forget. I spent one month there studying and sight-seeing. If you think of traveling to study English, definitely you have to go to Vancouver, it's a great place to study. Besides that, it's a great city for people who want to have everything around them.
  • Chinatown

    Chinatown
    Red&gold Chinese urban island in Italy. A must see. Go any day, anytime. Don't miss the supermarket! Ok fellow lomographers, this is my choice for lomohunting area. If you need a break from the harmonious and perfect and measured and all-in-its-place renaissance beauty, you need to come over here.
  • Gamla Stan in Stockholm

    Gamla Stan in Stockholm
    A couple of weeks ago I went to Stockholm. It was freezing cold, but very charming. I fell immediately in love with the heart of Stockholm, Gamla Stan. The name derives from the term "gamla staden", which literally means Old Town. On the maps and in the literature from the mid 19th century, however, it was being called "staden mellan broarna" ("the city between the bridges") or staden inom broarna ("the city within the bridges"). This is not surprising, since the city of Stockholm was built on islands and Gamla Stan is the oldest and central part of the settlements.
  • Paulista Avenue

    Paulista Avenue
    Well... the place that I love is Avenida Paulista (Paulista Av., here in São Paulo, Brazil). It's one of the
  • 4000 Islands

    4000 Islands
    After spending a few days in the wonderful city of Pakse, Laos, we decided it was time to head down to the fabled "4000 Islands", namely