3 weeks ago i took trip to brühl, a town half way between cologne and bonn. brühl is lucky to be home to two palaces: schloss augustusburg and burg falkenlust, both connected through a huge garden. both palaces are UNESCO cultural world heritage sites. i didn’t had enough time to visit both places, so i … More germany. a trip to brühl. augustusburg palace and its garden.
neuer zollhof – also known as the gehry buildings- is an ensemble of three buildings: a white one, a red one and a -so typical for gehry- silver one made of stainless steel. they are located at medienhafen (media harbour), an urban renewal area in duesseldorf. “The Rheinhafen centre of arts and the media by Frank O. … More germany. düsseldorf. medienhafen. neuer zollhof by frank gehry.
in case you wanna visit cologne and leave a love padlock on the hohenzollern bridge with your loved one: forget it. it’s full. no space left.
“The Holocaust Memorial took over four years to be built, reaching its final stage at dedication ceremonies on Sunday February 4, 1990, with Elie Wiesel, Nobel laureate as guest speaker. The visitor to the Memorial will at first be met by a visual sensation of contrasting elements: the brightness of the luminous Jerusalem stone, … More miami. south beach. the holocaust memorial.
the palacio de communicationes -located at plaza de cibeles- used to be madrid’s central post office but since its rennovation in 2007 it is used as the city hall.
[the met is incredible, there is just so much to see: from paintings to sculptures, from acient anitquity to modern art, statues, weapons, instruments, costumes and furniture, a chinese garden, an egyptian temple, photographs and so much more. if you don’t visit for some of the two million artworks of the permanent collection, the … More nyc. manhattan. upper east side. inside the metropolitan museum of art.
1. the view over the guadalquivir river to triana / 2. the university, which used to be a tobacco factory / 3. & 4. in center and on one of the shopping streets / 5. the entrance to the alcazar / 6. torre del oro / 7. columbus monuments in the murillo gardens / … More spain. sevilla. shots from around town.
these are a few of the many little bronze sculptures of ‘the real world’, which are permanently installed within the nelson a. rockefeller park in lower manhattan’s battery park city. the real world – created by the controversial artist tom ottnerness – is also known as ‘penny park’.
i have a thing for fountains and the revson fountain at the lincoln center is one of my favorite places in manhattan. conveniently located between the upper west side, central park and midtown it is a great place to relax and rest your tired feet from all that walking. the fountain was designed by the california based … More nyc. lincoln center. the revson fountain.
a huge cactus and one of three “kranhäuser” (crane houses) at rheinauhafen, an urban regeneration project situated along the rhine river in the south of cologne. the 3 houses are build to resemble the old harbour cranes… … which still can be found around the area. kids playing in the nearby fountain on one of the … More germany. cologne. rheinauhafen with instagram.