Weekly Photo Challenge: Intricate. This is the Café Quartier 206 in the basement of a building called Quartier 206 on […]
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Five days in Berlin, Germany. Part 1: A cruise on the river Spree.
Berlin has changed. This is obvious not only to the inhabitants, but also to any random visitor who hasn’t been […]
Matthias Church in Budapest.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Orange! The orangey roofs of the Roman Catholic Matthias Church in Budapest are a landmark of Hungary’s […]
Brussels, Belgium: Parc du Cinquantenaire and Royal Museums of Art and History.
In response to this week’s Photo Challenge: Symmetry. The Triumphal Arch and its perfectly symmetrical colonnades in the Parc du […]
St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Vienna.
The Roman Catholic St. Stephen’s Cathedral, which is referred to as Stephansdom in German, is situated in the capital of […]
The Art Nouveau Movement’s Exhibition Hall in Vienna, Austria.
The Art Nouveau Movement’s Exhibition Hall in Vienna, which is mostly referred to as Vienna Secession Building, was erected […]
Fine arts Folkwang Museum in Essen, Germany.
Friends from the US are here on vacation, and we decided to go and see the Fine Arts Folkwang Museum […]
Frank O. Gehry Architecture in Düsseldorf, Germany.
When I started looking into Frank O. Gehry’s architecture, my first impression was that it’s like Friedensreich Hundertwasser without dazzling […]
Happy in Brussels – One day in the capital of Belgium.
Recently, I had the opportunity to spend one day in Brussels, the capital of Belgium. In my mind, there was […]
Fine Arts Museum Bundeskunsthalle in Bonn, Germany.
The Fine Arts Museum “Bundeskunsthalle” in Bonn is one of the most visited museums in Germany. It was designed by architect […]