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  • Harajuku

    Harajuku
    Not for the faint-hearted, Harajuku lies between Shibuya and Yoyogi in the japanese metropolis, Tokyo. On any day of the week you will find the small area full of people either shopping, eating or just hanging around looking painfully cool. Packed with expensive and exclusive boutiques as well as more affordable shops this is the place to come if you want to be "seen".
  • Mount Ulriken

    Mount Ulriken
    As a student of Scandinavian languages and literature I came to Bergen in October this year to work on my final thesis about a contemporary Norwegian author. I had been granted a scholarship by the state of Norway, which allowed me to stay in Bergen for three month and do my research at the local university. Everybody who has been through writing his or her final thesis for university knows what a frightening project that can be. Have my studies really provided me with the scientific competence I need to write such a work? Is my topic good enough? Will I find the material I need? Will I have enough time?
  • Tivoli

    Tivoli
    When to go: Open from May till late September, and Halloween and December.
  • Villa 14th

    Villa 14th
    Welcome to the most exciting apartment in Helsinki Villa 14th - two floor wooden house with big balcony with view to the water. Authentic interior of old furniture, wallpapers and smell from the 1920's, 1960's and some probably - still from the 19th century.
  • Greek Easter at Uncle Paul’s

    Greek Easter at Uncle Paul’s
    Every since I can remember my family would always get together at my uncles house in Lindenhurst, NY. Perorations start a week or so in advanced. Uncle Paul orders the lamb and goat. Grandma starts preparing all the side dishes and colours the Easer Eggs. Finally on Easter Sunday Uncle Paul gets up nice and early to prepare the lamb and goat. Then he lights the BBQ.
  • 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.
  • Villa Auska

    Villa Auska
    The Villa *AUSKA*, I would like to present you, was build in late 60s for Leonid Brezhnev - General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (1964 - 1982), but he never stayed there. It is a beautiful and authentic place in the forest near the seaside in the city of Palanga.
  • Cochin

    Cochin
    In order to get to Fort Kochi (the backpackers part of Cochin) from Ernakulam, you have to cross over a bridge and as we did so, we saw some amazing fireworks from the auto rickshaw. Our driver informed us it was some religious festival or another, which seems to be a daily celebration in India! We arrived into the main drag quite late at night but Fort Kochi appeared to be a delightful, peaceful haven, perfect for a couple of days of shanti (peace) before venturing further.
  • Coisa Fina Parties

    Coisa Fina Parties
    Four parties, four weeks, every April on Fridays. They are called "CoisaFina parties" and take place in
  • Historical Downtown

    Historical Downtown
    I know you boys and girls think you had visited a city, maybe you think you live in a city, a big city... someone must tell you the truth: you have never been in a city if you don't know Mexico City. And the place to be is the Historical Downtown.
  • Stams in Tirol

    Stams in Tirol
    If you are a brave and courageous human and witches or wizards can't harm you, then it is right for you to go to the oak forest in Stams / Tirol.
  • Thaipusam festival

    Thaipusam festival
    Thaipusam is a festival celebrated by all Hindus annually around the world. In Malaysia, this festival is celebrated in two states, Penang (waterfall road) and Kuala Lumpur (Batu Caves) and it's declared as a public holiday. Many Hindus from all over Malaysia flock to this two places to thank their god blessing for the past year. The actual date of the festival differs every year according to the hindu calender.
  • Abandoned industrial coal silo

    Abandoned industrial coal silo
    A few months ago my girlfriend showed me an abandoned industrial coal silo. It is located next to a Kroger in Merrimont, Ohio. Merrimont is a small village East of Cincinnati, Ohio that was established in 1929. The village has made great strides to make itself appear much older than it actually is. The local inn is styled like a medieval castle.
  • Wotrubakirche

    Wotrubakirche
    One of the funkiest churches I've ever seen made from 152 blocks of concrete. Perfect for a Saturday walk
  • Wat Chetawan

    Wat Chetawan
    Wesak Day Festival. If you are looking for a festive holiday with your Lomo cameras, Thai Buddhist Wat Chetawan Temple is the right place that you have to visit. Wat Chetawan is located in Petaling Jaya, a satellite city in the state of Selangor Darul Ehsan. What is so wonderful about it? Wat Chetawan is one of the most beautiful temples in Malaysia. I last visited this place during the Buddhist largest festive celebration day named Wesak Day.
  • 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
  • W.O.S.P.

    W.O.S.P.
    When: Spring
  • Brunnenmarkt

    Brunnenmarkt
    Everyday market full of colors. Find the usual food offers, fresh fruit and vegetables, fabrics and flowers.
  • 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.
  • Essaouira Harbor

    Essaouira Harbor
    Essaouira Harbor is one of those few places on Earth that makes me feel everything is connected and everything just