templo de debod is an ancient egyptian temple located at the southern end of parque del oeste. “In 1960, due to the construction of the Great Dam of Aswan and the consequent threat posed to several monuments and archeological sites, UNESCO made an international call to save this rich historical legacy. As a sign of … More spain. madrid. templo de debod.
“Gantry Plaza State Park is a 12-acre riverside oasis that boasts spectacular views of the midtown Manhattan skyline, including the Empire State Building and the United Nations. Enjoy a relaxing stroll along the park’s four piers or through the park’s manicured gardens and unique mist fountain. Along the way take a moment to admire the … More nyc. queens. long island city. gantry plaza state park.
1.-6. fira – capital of santorini / 7. my hotel near fira / 8. the red beach near akrotiri / 9. the black beach in perissa / 10. oia / 11.-12. people gathering in oia to watch the sunset / 13. the amazing sunset seen from oia [all pics taken in summer 2009 while i was hopping from … More greece. santorini. travel memories.
[this photo was taken in march 2012 – i took almost the same photo in october 2010. ]
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the sanctuary of christ the king is situated on top of a hill in almada, on the left bank of tagus river, overlooking lisbon. it was built in 1959 and is inspired by the statue in rio de janeiro. the 83m high base has an observation deck which offers an amzing view over lisbon. the … More lisbon. cristo rei.
i booked my flights to new york! wohooo! 65 days to go… happy new year everyone!
overlooking ground zero from world financial center in october 2010.
“You can fall in love at first sight with a place as with a person”. quote by alec waugh / pic by me, taken on the high line
lower manhattan seen from brooklyn heights. i had to take the picture. like everyone else. taken on the first day of my first trip to nyc.