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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Trnava

    The city lies at the crossroads of two roads of international importance; from the Czech Republic to southern Slovakia and from Bratislava to northern Slovakia. The D1 motorway connects the city to Bratislava, Trenčín and Žilina and the R1 motor road connects it to Nitra. A part of a planned bypass is currently under construction.
  • St. Stephen's Cathedral (Vienna)

    St. Stephen's Cathedral (Vienna)
    Ever felt so strange and like being totally childish mistaken with something? Now I have this feeling when I am trying to submit a place, that could be natural and boring for all the Austrian Lomographers, including the mighty LSI. That is the St. Stephan's Cathedral right in the center of the Vienna oldtown...
  • Kėdainiai Old Town

    Kėdainiai Old Town
    Right in the geographical center of Europe, lies a town, called Kėdainiai. At first glance, even to Lithuanians this town is an urban place, where people do make a lot of chemical stuff, do a lot of gardening (it is called the capital of cucumbers), but it is kind of unique with it's history and old-town. There is a thinking that the name of the town comes from one of the traders of the old times, Mr. Keidangen, who bought a small fishing port. Yes, the town lies on both sides of river Nevėžis, and the it has the 4th old town in Lithuania (only the major towns did rescue it during the wars).
  • Tower of The Clérigos Church (Porto)

    Tower of The Clérigos Church (Porto)
    There is a Baroque church in the center of the city of Porto, in Portugal: the Clérigos Church. Its tall bell tower, the Tower of the Clérigos Church (in Portuguese: Torre dos Clérigos), can be seen from various points of the city and is one of my favorite buildings in Porto! The church was built for the Brotherhood of the Clérigos (Clergy) by Nicolau Nasoni, an Italian architect and painter who left an extense work in the north of Portugal during the 18th century.
  • Abandoned French Railways Repair Shops

    Abandoned French Railways Repair Shops
    In Arles, there is a wonderful place you can visit only in summertime : It’s the ancient repair shop of the French railway (SNCF). This place is abandoned since 1984, except in summer, when the R.I.P.(Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie) take place here : half of the photo exhibitions takes place in the enormous area (14 hectares).
  • University Putra Malaysia Orchard

    University Putra Malaysia Orchard
    University Putra Malaysia or known as UPM has continued to develop and has become one of the distinguished universities in the region. Situated 15 kilometers from Putrajaya, this place is very special because UPM has built an Agricultural Park. Farms, vegetable plants, fruit trees and even wild animals can be found there...
  • Schloss Bückeburg- Bückeburg Castle

    Schloss Bückeburg- Bückeburg Castle
    Do you know Princess Lilly? She was the one who married our prince, Fürst Alexander zu Schaumburg- Lippe. Now they got divorced and the Duke lives with his new wife in a beautiful water- castle in Bückeburg. This castle was first mentioned in 1304 and was remodeled a few times after (1560 in style of Weser- Renaissance, 1601 in Italian style and 1695 a baroque hall).
  • Kaltanėnai Village

    Kaltanėnai Village
    This is another tiny village of Lithuania, but again - with at least 4 interesting things to mention. First of all, the name is taken after the lake, which is situated in village. The second interesting thing to know - this is the place, where all main roads of the national park meet, that is why this little tiny village looks shiny and has got even hotels to offer something for tourists.
  • Murom, Russia

    Murom, Russia
    Murom (Russian: Му́ром; Old Norse: Moramar) is a historic city in Vladimir Oblast, Russia, which sprawls majestically along the left bank of Oka River, about 300 km east of Moscow. Population: 126,901 (2002 Census).
  • Holy Land USA

    Holy Land USA
    As a kid I used to be in the station wagon on the highway and when we would get to Waterbury Connecticut I would see a giant neon cross on top of a hill. I spent my whole life wondering what that was and then when I found out what it was,I Lomoed it up there one Saturday.
  • All-Russian Exhibition Centre (ВДНХ/VDNKh)

    All-Russian Exhibition Centre (ВДНХ/VDNKh)
    All-Russian Exhibition Centre is a permanent general-purpose trade show in Moscow, Russia.
  • Canary Wharf (London)

    Canary Wharf (London)
    This is a really nice place to go and take shots in London. It has great tall buildings and interesting angles. You can also take great shots of the hustle and bustle of working in the city. Well worth a visit when in London! It is also easy to get to via London underground or the DLR. Love it!
  • Nice (Charms of The Old City)

    Nice (Charms of The Old City)
    One of the main charms of Nice (besides the sea, of course) is the old city, "la vielle ville" or "vieux Nice" like the people here call it. It's a typical old Mediterranean city from the middle ages which has supported very few modifications since the 15th century (at least). As it is a main tourist attraction, there's a regular effort of the city to maintain in good state the architectural heritage of this old city and the whole area is really in a very good conservation state.
  • Kellie's Castle in Batu Gajah (Ipoh)

    Kellie's Castle in Batu Gajah (Ipoh)
    Kellie's Castle, (or Kelly's Castle as it is sometimes wrongly spelled) some kilometers out of Ipoh, is a great tourist attraction. And the story about the castle is as impressive as the castle itself.