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  • 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.
  • The "Villa Arson" International Art School of Nice

    The "Villa Arson" in Nice is a famous modern art school of the city. The place is a mixture of modern architecture mixed with an old 18th century building and a beautiful Mediterranean garden.
  • Caza Vizantina

    Caza Vizantina
    Much of the pomp and grandeur that was the Pearl of the Orient was carpet-bombed to bloody rubble during the Second World War. But whatever pitiful remains escaped the terror of Manila's dark chapter suffers a sadder fate: the slow death of indifference and neglect. Such is the case of a magnificent house in San Nicolas.....
  • Arenas Business Center (Nice)

    Arenas Business Center (Nice)
    Near the Nice airport is the Arenas business center, perhaps the most impressive area of the town concerning modern architecture.
  • Domm de Milan

    Domm de Milan
    The Duomo di Milano aka 'Domm' is the main cathedral in Milan and one of the finest examples of gothic architecture. Made in marble, its white striking figure is well known to every tourist who comes in Italy.
  • Gateshead Trinity Square Multi-Storey Car Park

    Gateshead Trinity Square Multi-Storey Car Park
    Designed in 1962 in the then cutting-edge Brutalist style, by the time it opened in 1969 the style was no longer fashionable. Raw concrete and angled edges towered above Gateshead, easy to spot from most points in Newcastle across the Tyne. It was featured heavily in the 1970 film 'Get Carter', by which point it was already in decline.
  • Architecture in Stuttgart: Weißenhofsiedlung

    Architecture in Stuttgart: Weißenhofsiedlung
    Thrills up and down my spine. This was what I experimented when I was walking across the streets of Weißenhofsiedlung in Stuttgart. Directed by Mies van der Rohe, 17 architects created a neighborhood in 1927 just to show what the “New Architecture” would be. There you can see from a detached house to an apartment block.
  • Besalú Bridge

    Besalú Bridge
    Besalú is a little village in the north-east of Catalonia (Spain), in a region known by its volcanoes (all inactive, I think) and for being the place more similar to the Tolkien´s "The Shire".
  • Museum of Electricity (Lisbon)

    Museum of Electricity (Lisbon)
    Been built in 1914 «the Tejo Power Station is one of Lisbon's architectural landmarks and boasts a façade of undeniable beauty. In its day it was a real pioneer in electricity generation. Today, almost a century since it was built, the power station has again taken on innovative aspects and a prominent position as an Electricity Museum.
  • Sabrosa (Vila Real)

    Sabrosa (Vila Real)
    Sabrosa is a municipality in the district of Vila Real in northern Portugal, composed of 15 parishes, has a total area of 180 km² and a population of almost 7000 inhabitants. Sabrosa is the place where my mother was born, so we always spend our holidays there! It’s one of the 13 municipalities that belongs to “Alto Douro Vinhateiro” or “Alto Douro Wine Region”, recently classified as World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
  • Lucbuan Cemetery (Cuyo, Palawan)

    Lucbuan Cemetery (Cuyo, Palawan)
    I was amazed when I saw this place - a small cemetery just above the beach front. A very solemn and quiet place, ideal place to, well, talk to dead relatives. Some of the crosses are old and have the designs of the late 18th century, those who were buried here probably were rich Spanish descendants who stayed after the Philippines regained its freedom from Spain early 1900s. Other crosses are makeshift from woods and lumber, probably owned by the locals.
  • Tver

    Tver is a city in Russia. Tver was formerly the capital of a powerful medieval state and a model provincial town in Imperial Russia with population of 60,000 on January 1/14.1913. It is located at the confluence of the Volga and Tvertsa Rivers. The city was known as Kalinin from 1931 to 1990.
  • Teluk Intan tower

    Teluk Intan tower
    The Leaning Tower of Teluk Intan is one of the most curious landmarks in Perak, and perhaps in the whole Malaysia as well. For over a hundred years this grandfather of towers squats on the edge of Jalan Selat next to Jalan Pasar. When it was built in 1885, it was known as the High Clock Tower because of the clock on it that is still working right to this day......
  • Splendid Chinese Temple (Nontaburi)

    Splendid Chinese Temple (Nontaburi)
    On my sunny day, my lovely friend and I want to go to somewhere beautiful and silent for taking photos. We don't have any ideas about where we are going to. First, we want to go to temple, but the trouble is which temple we want. Then we both conceive the new and nice Chinese temple in Nontaburi, Thailand......