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  • Festival of Semana Santa

    Festival of Semana Santa
    The Semana Santa in Spain is a Christian celebration of the passion of Christ where and it's completely different from the rest of the world. They celebrate it by walking around the streets of the city with really big and heavy figures of the Christian saints carrying it on their own shoulders for hours, most of them make it the whole day, but many have to change because its about 40-80 kg for each person.
  • Theresienstadt

    Theresienstadt
    On November 24, 1941, the Germans established a Jewish ghetto in the fortress town of Terezin (near Prague), Czech Republic. Known by its German name, Theresienstadt, until its liberation on May 8, 1945, it functioned as a ghetto and transit camp on the route to Auschwitz. Most of those imprisoned in Theresienstadt were German, Czech, Dutch, and Danish Jews; elderly and prominent Jews and Jewish veterans of World War I were also sent there.
  • Saxophone Pub

    Saxophone Pub
    Saxophone Pub is a well-known pub in the heart of BKK/Bangkok, Thailand, crowded with stylish people waiting their favourite jazzy bands. It's where you'll find your lomo grooves!
  • Bolinao

    Bolinao
    Bolinao is on the north eastern portion of the Philippines' biggest island Luzon. A 6 hour bus ride takes one to this beach paradise which thank goodness has not yet been fully discovered by humanity though it seems to be on the verge. I love that it has generally remained quiet and clean. Hopefully it will never be turned into a beach that is invaded by commercialization.
  • Pushkar

    Pushkar
    Pushkar or "how Shiva became our family-priest", this could be the proper description for this story. Karma, our driver, warned us about this sacred place. There is a holy lake in the centre and basically the city was built around it.
  • Nice’s Public Library

    Nice’s Public Library
    In the vicinity of the Modern and Contemporary Museum of Arts, the public library has a lot to offer: reading rooms, internet, videos, music areas and auditorium. There are exhibitions on writers, book work, artists. Since 2002, the square head designed by the artist Sacha Sosno has become the city's new landmark. This big sculpture-building (30 meters high) accommodates the library's office.
  • Fully Booked

    Fully Booked
    Sporting five levels of bibliophile friendly fare, Fully Booked at Bonifacio High Street is every book lover's heaven. Each turn of the page transports you to another realm of fun and excitement. Books of every genre and every generation are scattered for your reading pleasure. Touch up on some techniques with photography books available; though don't let the rules cramp your lomographic style. Just to cater to everyone, a respectable selection of LPs, CDs and DVDs are also available. With all these choices, there is no reason to go Fully Booked.
  • Museum Ludwig

    Museum Ludwig
    I have been living and working in Cologne the past three months. During that time I walked around to discover the city, but the place I fell in love with first became my favorite spot of all. Therefore I recommend to every Cologne-visitor who loves modern and contemporary art: The Museum Ludwig is a must-see!
  • Council of Europe

    Council of Europe
    Now this is an interesting place. The council of Europe is important, but nobody really knows what it is about. It invented the blue European flag with golden stars, but the European Union made it big. In the council are all European countries involved. Only Belarussia is out of the game. But more exciting than the political haze is the funky interior of the building made in the seventies.
  • Liège

    Liège
    My name is Kim and I've been living in Liège for a long time now. I don't want to worry about how many people are living in Liège or how many square meters Liège is. Liège is a nice city in Belgium and is a part of the Wallonia region (there is also a Flemish region and a German one! wonderful for one of the 3 smallest countries of the whole Universe!). Despite of the fact that it is a small city in a small country, Liège is always moving very fast! We love evolution, art and culture. I have several places where I love to go.
  • Phu Kradung National Park

    Phu Kradung National Park
    Last winter, I made a trip with my dudes to the Phukadung National Park. We started at Mor-Chit, the North Eastern Bus Terminal and took the air-conditioned bus to Loei Province in the evening. The next day, we arrived at Loei and got off at Pha Nok Khao. Here we had some breakfast. After that we took the local bus to Phukradung National Park. And then, we started our track to the top of the Phukradung Mountain. At noon we arrived and then we relaxed before walking 3 more kilometres to our camp. The rest of the day we spent with setting up our camp and take a rest. And dinner was served. In the morning of day 3, we got up very early. But it was worth it, because saw the beautiful sunrise at Pha Nok An cliff. Once we returned to our camp, it was time to have our breakfast.
  • Els Quatre Gats Restaurant

    Els Quatre Gats Restaurant
    Els Quatre Gats or 4 Gats (as its commonly known) sparked my interest after having read about it in a wonderful book called "Shadow of the wind" by a Spanish author Carlos Ruiz Zafon. The book was set in Barcelona so when I visited the city for the third time early this year, I made it a point to visit and dine in this famed restaurant. It opened in 1897 and was a popular haunt for Picasso and his mates. He apparently took on his first commissioned work by creating the front cover of the menu. This only peaked my interest more and sure enough, it didn't disappoint.
  • Parc du Cinquantenaire

    Parc du Cinquantenaire
    This park is one of my favourite in Brussels because there is almost always something going on. Be it teens cutting class and smoking fags behind the bushes, lovers in tender embrace on the benches, dogs catching frisbees, mothers with their babies in prams, women stripping to bare basics sunbathing on the lawns, old ladies gossiping on the quiet corners of the park, tourists by the busloads photographing the massive Arc de Triomphe and visiting the museums that surround (namely the museums of Art and History, Aviation, the Army and Military
  • Silvretta-Bielerhoehe track

    Silvretta-Bielerhoehe track
    Silvretta-Hochalpenstrasse-Bielerhoehe. The Silvretta-Hochalpenstrasse is one of the most favored and beautiful mountain roads of the Austrian Alps. It connects the Montafon in Vorarlberg with the Paznauntal in Tyrol. The highest pint is Bielerhoehe in 2030 m sea level. There you can find lots of possibilities to spend your time. The simplest one is to sit down in the restaurant Silvrettasee with its amazing view over the Silvretta Lake. A very special one is to make a boat tour on the Silvretta Lake with the motorboat. It is Europe's one and only motorboat traffic in over 2000m sea level.
  • Hooters

    Hooters
    Known the world over for "aesthetically pleasing waitresses", Hooters is an institution in itself. Its expansion to Asia brought out a lot of curious customers including me, for a taste of what the chain has to offer. Although a far cry from the Hooters of American fame, they still manage to make the trip worthwhile as evidenced by the large number of foreigners and ex-pats sampling the local version. The signature hoola-hoops session in the middle of the store is still practiced and encouraged for the willing customers. The store specialty of Buffalo Wings are a treat in itself. If you don't fancy the Hooter ladies, you can always go here to enjoy and appreciate the delicious cuisine that they offer. Hooters is located in the middle of Clarke Quay.
  • Keflavik

    Keflavik
    It was still light outside when I landed at 11.40 pm and I was almost too tired to enjoy the beautiful descent with Reykjavik lit up beneath me. Excitement finally caught up with me as I stepped onto Icelandic soil. This country is absolutely captivating...its beauty far too infinite and overwhelming to describe...words will not do. For the past 2 days we have driven all over the south-west on crazy off-road trails and through rivers and seen beauty too vast to contain. Moonscapes, geysers, waterfalls, lava, hot-springs, volcanoes...mystical & unspoild...laid out in front of you. "Lord of the rings" everywhere.
  • Mingė village

    Mingė village
    Ok, this story is very funny. First of all, I am going to talk about a little village in south western part of Lithuania, near the Minija river, which flows through the Klaipeda town (third town in Lithuania, near the Baltic Sea). The village is really small, there are about 30 houses and the same amount of native families, living there... so where is the whole fun? First of all, there are no streets in this village.
  • Malacca Town

    Malacca Town
    Malacca is known as the historic state in Malaysia. It is also the third smallest state, after Perlis and Penang, and located on the south-western coast of Malay Peninsula, opposite Sumatra. You need to travel roughly about 150 kilometers away from the capital city, Kuala Lumpur. 2 hours express bus will take you there easily. One of the most historical landmarks here is the town itself named Malacca Town (Bandar Melaka). If you take your own car to this place, all you need to do is just find a parking place and take a walk together with your lovely cameras. I am sure that one or two rolls of films are just not enough for you. When I reached the town last time, it was just lunch time.
  • Little abandoned houses

    Little abandoned houses
    Are you afraid of dark? Do you believe in witches? Do you see ghosts? Do you have experienced any paranormal stuff? Do you sleep with the lights on? Me neither. But houses like these have attracted me for a long time. What do you think when you see little houses like these? Places like this one totally scare me. A lot! But I like it a lot too and I think some of another people actually do too, so it's a great way to spend a lot of films and feel a little bit scared.
  • Roskilde Festival

    Roskilde Festival
    Roskilde Festival is the largest North European music festival and has existed since 1971. The festival is located 35 km from Copenhagen and takes place in July every year. The size of the festival area is 1.266.150 m2 and every year the festival has more than 100 000 guests. With a festival ticket you get access to the seven stages and the camping area is free.