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  • Location of the Week

    Location of the Week
    Gardens, a famous tower, and a monument - Belém in Lisboa is a cultural eye candy!
  • Belém (Lisboa)

    Belém (Lisboa)
    Belém is famous as the place from which many of the great Portuguese explorers set off on their voyages of discovery.
  • Infant D. Pedro Garden (Aveiro, Portugal)

    Infant D. Pedro Garden (Aveiro, Portugal)
    A lake and a garden make this a pleasant green area that lasts throughout the city and spans into lawns and small richly-colored gardens.
  • Location of the Week

    Location of the Week
    In search for a new place to meet your buddies? Fernbrook gardens just might be the place. Find out why this hot spot takes home our location of the week award.
  • Fernbrook Gardens (Las Piñas, Philippines)

    Fernbrook Gardens (Las Piñas, Philippines)
    Discover the wonders of celebrating your special events in a venue like no other. Fernbrook Gardens offer an experience that is unique and breathtaking. With its fully air-conditioned, all-weather resistant garden venues, one can be assured of having memorable occasions that leave lasting impressions. (Fernbrook Official Website)
  • Tongli town Jiangsu province

    Tongli town Jiangsu province
    This well-preserved canal town, residing on a day trip distance from Suzhou certainly cannot be missed. We've spent almost two days, visiting its promenades, residences, gardens, islands and bridges - all continue to reappear not only in Chinese film productions.
  • Mudu Jiangsu province, China

    Mudu Jiangsu province, China
    Unlike other prosperous towns on Yangtze River, Mudu still retains its simple and natural character. Along its 2500 years history, Mudu is considered as a hometown of multiple representatives of Chinese cultural Bohemia and economical elite.
  • Master of The Net Garden

    Master of The Net Garden
    This tiny garden is a unique masterpiece and (careful: subjective opinion) the most interesting classical Chinese garden in China. Despite of its dimensions, you can easily spend there at least two or three hours, exploring rocks, ponds, borrowed scenery and hidden pathways.
  • Jinci Temple Complex Taiyuan, China

    Jinci Temple Complex Taiyuan, China
    Located 25 kilometers southwest of Taiyuan, Jinci Temple complex featuring "Hall of Holy Mother", "Flying Bridge" and the embracing garden are perhaps the main tourist attraction of Taiyuan.
  • Japan Feeling in Erfurt

    Japan Feeling in Erfurt
    As a German you sometimes wish for experiencing something exotic and foreign – at least I do. If your bank account tells you that a journey to the other side of the world is not going to happen in the near future a trip to a local area will help a bit to cure the feeling which we call “Fernweh” in Germany.
  • Location of the Week

    Location of the Week
    "Scorpie":http://beta.lomography.com/homes/scorpie showed us some real man made beauty with this superb review! Great shoots, a great text and some nice links with further useful information :)
  • "Garden of the Serenissima" (Sacile City)

    Near the borders with the region Veneto, Sacile is considered the western door of Friuli Venezia Giulia. All through its center quietly flows the Livenza river, giving it a typical Venetian style. That's why Sacile was called the "Garden of the Serenissima".
  • Garden for The Blind @ Queen Sirikit Park

    Garden for The Blind @ Queen Sirikit Park
    I am amazed to enter the garden for the blind. It is the first time for me. When I walk through the garden, there is sound from a loud speaker telling about flowers in the spot that I am standing. Everything in the garden is decorated for the blind. It is the segment of the big Queen Sirikit Park. You can enjoy other section, peaceful and harmonious with nature.
  • Palácio de Cristal’s gardens

    Palácio de Cristal’s gardens
    This beautiful landscaped park was dominated by the original Palácio de Cristal (Crystal Palace), which was an astonishing building, made of iron and glass, built in 1860 for the International Show of 1865 and having the Crystal Palace in London as a model. It was big enough to receive 10.000 people at a time!
  • Botanical Gardens & Conservatory of Flowers

    Botanical Gardens & Conservatory of Flowers
    Golden Gate Park's outdoor Botanical Gardens and the indoor Conservatory of Flowers are two amazing places to visit that you can't believe are in the middle of an urban city. There are incredible plants from all over the world.
  • Secret Garden (Selangor)

    Secret Garden (Selangor)
    h2. Secret Garden of a lonely Lomographer
  • The Tarot Garden (Capalbio)

    The Tarot Garden (Capalbio)
    Occupying a beautiful hillside overlooking the picturesque Tuscan coast, this completely unique sculpture garden is a result of twenty years labor-of-love of Niki De Saint Phalle, an artist. Born in France, raised in New York and Europe, Saint Phalle began her adult-life as a stunningly gorgeous and eccentric model. She was also a voracious reader and daring artist, who was inspired by the American comic-books, Antonio Gaudì's Parc Guell and the early horror movies of Hollywood.
  • Garden Vimy

    Garden Vimy
    h2. My garden, Vimy, France
  • University of the Philippines

    University of the Philippines
    Already nearing its 100th year, the University of the Philippines still holds the accolade of being the premier university of the country. Symbolized by the Oblation, UP is characterized by its freedom for its students, which are notoriously labelled as activists and radicals because of the freedom given.
  • Bandar Botanic Garden

    Bandar Botanic Garden
    Bandar botanic is one of the housing areas in Klang, Malaysia. Bandar Botanic is a favourite place among homebuyers because it is built with nature in mind. It is not only to create a harmonious environment but also to ensure that nature as we see it today can be enjoyed by the community and would remain as it is for our future generations.