Tag: landmark

  • (Requested Location) Pompidou Centre Paris

    written by kylewis on 2011-03-11 #places
    (Requested Location) Pompidou Centre Paris

    One day in Paris can be as long or as short as you want. We planned for a long day filled with as much sightseeing as possible, continuing on our flying visit of the main landmarks our next stop (even though it felt like a walk through) was the Pompidou Centre.

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  • The Ever Evolving Canvas - a Graffiti Mecca in Tulsa, Oklahoma

    written by idigtulsa on 2011-01-27 #places
    The Ever Evolving Canvas - a Graffiti Mecca in Tulsa, Oklahoma

    To those who live elsewhere and to some who live even closer, the thought of Tulsa, Oklahoma stirs up ideas of oil and cowboy hats or Native Americans, farmland, and the historic "Mother Road", Route 66. Here's another side of Tulsa captured through film photography.

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  • The Camberwell Gumwall

    written by filby on 2010-10-16 #places
    The Camberwell Gumwall

    Is it Art? Is it Vandalism? Opinions are divided on the Camberwell Gumwall. What do you do with your chewing gum when it has lost it's flavor? In the Melbourne suburb of Camberwell is a wall that answers this question, or at least it does for the youth of the area!

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  • Markets of Mumbai - Chor Bazaar (Thieves Market)

    written by prao06 on 2011-02-12 #places
    Markets of Mumbai - Chor Bazaar (Thieves Market)

    The markets of Old Mumbai offers you some amazing sights and even better photos. Walk on the streets that have seen Mumbai evolve into this incredibly stunning metropolis that it is now. Talk to people who have seen this metamorphosis and of course, check out the place before the ugly beast of development razes these beautiful lanes and buildings and replaced them with glass, steel, and concrete.

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  • Beijing Summer Palace In Winter

    written by phiphu on 2010-08-09 #places
    Beijing Summer Palace In Winter

    One of China’s greatest historical treasures is the magnificent Summer Palace in Beijing. The Summer Palace is the largest and best-preserved imperial garden in China. Its Chinese name, YiHeYuan, translates as 'Garden of Nurtured Harmony' or 'Garden for Maintaining Health and Harmony'. If you go in the depths of winter, you’re in for a big surprise…

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  • Beserah, Kuantan: The Fishing Village

    written by guitarleo on 2011-05-17 #places
    Beserah, Kuantan: The Fishing Village

    Beserah is a fishing village that is located in Kuantan. When people talk about Kuantan, mostly people will think about Teluk Chempedak or Cherating. Actually Beserah is one of the pearl's shining location that people miss.

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  • Bantay Bell Tower: Standing Tall Four Centuries Later

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2011-04-12 #places
    Bantay Bell Tower: Standing Tall Four Centuries Later

    A quick tricycle ride to Bantay, a town next to Vigan, will take you to a beautiful belfry of the same name. Towering over the town, the Bantay Bell Tower is a sight to behold, standing separately over a hilltop next to the equally beautiful St. Augustine Parish Church.

  • Goffertpark Nijmegen

    written by yarah on 2010-11-23 #places
    Goffertpark Nijmegen

    Goffertpark is an outdoor concert venue located in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. You can also find the NEC Nijmegen stadium here. It is sixty acres of woodland and heathland that was transformed into a spacious park which now includes a sports field, stadium, tea house, and even a zoo.

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  • Travessa da Paixão - The Romantic Lane

    written by syyip22 on 2010-10-12 #places
    Travessa da Paixão - The Romantic Lane

    Travessa da Paixão is a small lane about 50 meters long which located beside one of the most popular tourist spot in Macau, The Ruins of St. Paul. This small little lane looks no different than many other lanes found in Macau island but its specialty lies in its name, Travessa da Paixão.

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  • Jalan Reko's Downtown: A Must-Visit In Bangi

    written by analogmonolog on 2011-03-26 #places
    Jalan Reko's Downtown: A Must-Visit In Bangi

    So you're in Bangi in Selangor, Malaysia and got nothing to do at night? There's no point of doing nothing in your room, just start your engine and head to downtown Jalan Reko - a haven for a wide range of cheap products. You can get almost anything here especially football jerseys.

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  • IKEA Malaysia

    written by jhen89 on 2010-08-03 #places
    IKEA Malaysia

    After reading articles and seeing Lomo shots from IKEA in other countries, it's now finally our turn -- IKEA MALAYSIA! Sure, some of the things, products and items might be the same but IKEA Malaysia has charm all its own.

  • University of the Philippines at Los Baños (UPLB)

    written by rio on 2010-09-15 #places
    University of the Philippines at Los Baños (UPLB)

    Let me take you on a tour to my alma mater, the University of the Philippines at Los Baños (UPLB). My university is nature itself. Its lush environment and natural beauty makes it a favorite location among photographers. In this article, I present to you the beauty of UPLB behind the plastic lenses.

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  • Meramec Highlands Quarry Dee Koestering Park

    written by blue-dog on 2011-02-22 #places
    Meramec Highlands Quarry Dee Koestering Park

    There is a rock quarry in Kirkwood Missouri known as Meramec Highlands Quarry Dee Koestering Park. It was a working quarry over 100 years ago. The 9.5 acre site is a nature park with walking trails located at 1703 Marshall Road in Kirkwood Missouri.

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  • Qutb Shahi Tombs - The Seven Tombs of the Qutb Shahi Rulers of Hyderabad, India

    written by lislisdotnet on 2011-03-26 #places
    Qutb Shahi Tombs - The Seven Tombs of the Qutb Shahi Rulers of Hyderabad, India

    Where the founding rulers of Hyderabad rest in peace, remains a quiet and peaceful park of mausoleums in the bustling city. Because international tourists are few and far between in Hyderabad, many of its historical landmarks remain a secret treasure to the locals.