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  • Matterhorn

    written by niccie on 2008-05-09 #places

    It's the most beautiful mountain you can find on this planet, at least that's my humble opionion about the Matterhorn and well the chocolate business also stealed it's shape to make the famous and jummy chocolate bar Toblerone. Now you are stunned, or maybe you already knew that. Well anyways everytime I am in Zermatt I have to take tons of shots of that mountain.

  • Stadthallenbad (Vienna)

    written by severin on 2008-05-09 #places
    Stadthallenbad (Vienna)

    Alright, so I like to swim. Actually I prefer doing it outside, but what do you wanna do in cold cold winter? RRRight, hitting the Stadthallenbad. It`s deadly cheap (2,50 day card for students) and also, like the Stadionbad in summer, an amazing Austrian socio-cultural frying pan.

  • Baku

    written by wil6ka on 2008-05-09 #places

    Among the new Islamic countries of the post-Soviet Union, I tend to like Azerbaijan a lot. You get your kebab warm, photo-venders throw LC-A after you and I even saw transvestites after nightfall on the street. That's what I call liberal, baby! I was in Baku for a seminar, so food and drinks were granted for free. Yeah! There is an interesting habit for waiters, though.

  • Rave Festival (San Francisco)

    written by montw on 2008-05-09 #places
    Rave Festival (San Francisco)

    This is not such a nice festival for a kid to go but for me, I won't miss it if I have a chance to attend one of them. Dj, trance music, rave, light show, argon laser beam, visual - all of these elements is what I love about raves. SF is one of the cities that has a best rave event to attend.

  • Wissant (Cote D`Opale)

    written by milkie on 2008-05-09 #places
    Wissant (Cote D`Opale)

    h2. Wissant, Cote d'Opale, France

  • Countryside

    written by milkie on 2008-05-09 #places

    h2. Countryside, Vimy, France

  • Sri Ganesha Hindu Temple

    written by styrofoam_boots on 2008-05-09 #places
    Sri Ganesha Hindu Temple

    I recently made a visit to the Sri Ganesha Hindu temple in Nashville, TN and it was quite the experience. The amazing and unique building stands a top a hill off on the side of the road and it is so unlike anything in that area that it is impossible to miss.

  • Quiahuiztlan (Veracruz, Mexico)

    written by lomomanolo on 2008-05-09 #places
    Quiahuiztlan (Veracruz, Mexico)

    In Mexico`s history, this place was a city with 17,000 inhabitants before the Conquest, and it was in this place where the Spanish first set foot in Mexico more than 500 years ago. Today it is a small village, with fishermen, boats, a few houses, a good restaurant also called Quiahuiztlan and 2 or more miles of beach for yourself and some few more visitors. Even for winter days, it`s a good option for eating seafood, getting a tan (or becoming red if you`re too white), and swimming. Q: Why? A: Because it`s Mexico, and there the winter does not exist.

  • Warehouse (Harpendem)

    written by jonheslop on 2008-05-09 #places
    Warehouse (Harpendem)

    There is this amazing place where my friend's band practices. It's in Harpenden (just outside London), just off High field Oval (that's a road name), thing is it's all private property I think, but if you really want to photograph there, contact them, they're nice people. Basically it's a warehouse on the YWAM base.

  • Lago di Fiastra

    written by wil6ka on 2008-05-09 #places
    Lago di Fiastra

    I recently took my vacation in the Marche, which is a neat area in the middle of Italy. Very calm and decently close to the Adriatic Sea and the port of Ancona. It has all the treats of the Italian landscape, having mountains and seaside alike.

  • Cosmovitral and botanical garden

    written by holgardo on 2008-05-09 #places
    Cosmovitral and botanical garden

    An amazing art nouveau structure built at the beginning of the XX century at the historical downtown of the Toluca city. Originally it was the "16 of September market". In 1978 the artist Leopoldo Flores and some other local artists began the construction of a massive stained glass window (in fact one of the largest in the world, as far as I know). In the 80's the building was reopened as the Cosmovitral and Botanical Garden.

  • Ipoh Railway Station (Perak)

    written by jeffcwk on 2008-05-09 #places
    Ipoh Railway Station (Perak)

    Ipoh Railway Station is situated in the state of Perak, Malaysia. It was built in the 1800's, during the tin mining era in Malaya (the former name of Malaysia). Known as the "Taj Mahal" of Ipoh, it is an impressive landmark combining the Gothic and Moorish architecture plus modern embellishments.

  • Betong

    written by jeffcwk on 2008-05-09 #places

    Betong is a small town in Thailand near the border of Malaysia. You can get there real fast from Perak state of Malaysia in 2 to 3 hours driving. You don't even need a passport if you really wish to travel to this country from Malaysia, you can get a temporary border pass which last for 6 months.

  • Köln Cathedral

    written by jogintas on 2008-05-09 #places
    Köln Cathedral

    I am not sure if I am correct, but a lot of natives call this THING not the cathedral, but simply the Dom. And this is not a simple cathedral nor a church it is a huge and massive and saint building, that captured my breath after the first eye-glance.

  • Beaches of La Manche

    written by nanuth on 2008-05-09 #places
    Beaches of La Manche

    Ok maybe it's too freezing to go there right now to swim but you can have a ball on these great beaches (great because of their breath-taking beauty!!!)

  • Times Square

    written by jamesfrew6 on 2008-05-09 #places
    Times Square

    Times Square in New York City is the ultimate tourist attraction. Times Square is constantly jam packed with tourists and, if you time it right, the naked cowboy could be there. I have never been fortunate enough to see him but if you go during the day, I'm sure you might see him with his signature cowboy hat, underpants, guitar and not much more.

  • Melnrage 2. beach

    written by puly on 2008-05-09 #places
    Melnrage 2. beach

    If you like to walking on the beach and you are male, then all the beaches in Klaipeda are kind of small for you, but not because of the width, but because of the length. There is a silly system which I will try to explain you: every 200 meters on the beach there are beaches which are only for women.

  • Island of Pulau Ketam

    written by dickwoei on 2008-05-09 #places
    Island of Pulau Ketam

    During a recent public holiday, a group of Lomographers had an outing to a historical Island of Malaysia, Pulau Ketam. That was my first visit to this island. Pulau Ketam (Crab Island) is well-known as a fishing village, where most the people there work as fishermen.

  • Plaza Mayor

    written by jelga on 2008-05-09 #places
    Plaza Mayor

    If you are visiting Madrid, then you should definetly pay a visit to the Plaza Mayor, one of the highlights of the historic center (and one of my favorites spots in my city of birth! During the middle ages the site was just a market place outside the city walls.

  • The Bahá’í Gardens (Haifa)

    written by dudizm on 2008-05-09 #places
    The Bahá’í Gardens (Haifa)

    Bahá’í Gardens in Haifa a beautiful and wide garden on the hills.

  • Morocco

    written by isasebastiao on 2008-05-09 #places

    Not very far from my country (Portugal) I found another world, another culture, another way of living. Morocco, land of contrasts, different cultures and religions, where you can see the inheritance of the Arab world, its architecture and traditions.

  • Toronto

    written by jamesfrew6 on 2008-05-09 #places

    Toronto is an amazing place to visit. There is so much to see. To get your self started, I would recommend taking the open top bus tours.

  • Stanley

    written by jeepeng on 2008-05-09 #places

    Thinking about relaxing while traveling to one of the busiest city in Asia, Hong Kong? You must try this, Stanley. You can take No.65 New World First Bus from Exchange Square, Central directly to Stanley Market.

  • White Water Rafting (Cagayan De Oro)

    written by cruzron on 2008-05-09 #places
    White Water Rafting (Cagayan De Oro)

    Water rafting in Cagayan River is adventure experience and fun.

  • Mala beach (Cap D’ail)

    written by dudizm on 2008-05-09 #places
    Mala beach (Cap D’ail)

    A beautiful panoramic view, beaches that hides between the rocks where pebbles and sand meet.

  • Food Market of Ajaccio

    written by dudizm on 2008-05-09 #places
    Food Market of Ajaccio

    On the port of Ajaccio, everyday you can go to the best market in town for all kinds of food, fresh vegetables, nice big breads, fruits, honey from the mountains, smelly and tasty spices and all kinds of typical cheese and smoked meat among lots of other products of the island.

  • Missiri Mosque

    written by azurblue on 2008-05-09 #places
    Missiri Mosque

    Two kilometers from the center of Frejus (south of France, Var) on the road to Bagnol (D4), you will find a replica of the Great Mosque of Djenne (Mali, Africa). It was built in 1930 by the Senegalese infantry based in Frejus. Of course, it is smaller than the original, built in concrete instead of banco, and abandoned, but with its red walls and decorated towers, it like a tiny part of Africa shinning among the pine trees.

  • Foundation Maeght

    written by azurblue on 2008-05-09 #places
    Foundation Maeght

    The Foundation Maeght is a great modern art museum, located in Saint Paul de

  • Humphrey Head

    written by grimbyname on 2008-05-09 #places
    Humphrey Head

    To the west of Arnside, across the Kent Estuary, Humphrey Head is a rocky peninsula reaching out into Morecambe Bay. It's a strange and lonely place with wide, expansive skies, a feeling of emptiness. The bay's quick-sands are all around, and it's reputedly where the last wolf in England was killed... Another wolf lies due south across the bay, Heysham nuclear power station, faced by the less long-term hazardous off-shore wind farm to the south west near Barrow-in-Furness.

  • Rome

    written by golfpunkgirl on 2008-05-09 #places

    AH, Roma the eternal city! Always one of the most visited cities in Europe. What's not to like? The gorgeous cobbled streets, the ancient architecture, the history, the Italian culture, the food, wines, gelato! Best thing to do is to throw away your tourist guide, and hop on the metro or buses and discover the city on foot.