Berlin has changed. This is obvious not only to the inhabitants, but also to any random visitor who hasn’t been […]
Where the heck is Liege?
I’m sure you’re all scratching your head while contemplating this vitally important question. And I can relate to your cluelessness […]
My epic ship ride in Budapest.
In the first week of October last year, I spent 5 days in Budapest, the capital of Hungary. I had […]
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 […]
Stoclet Palace in Brussels, Belgium.
On a day with heavy rain, I was approaching Stoclet Palace in Brussels. As an Art Nouveau and Art Deco […]
On a sunny afternoon in early October last year, which happened to be the day of my birth, I sat […]
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 […]
This is the inner courtyard of the Palais Royal in Paris. The Palais Royal was originally built for Cardinal Richelieu […]
Art Nouveau (Jugendstil) Site Mathildenhöhe in Darmstadt, Germany.
The Artists’ Colony (Künstlerkolonie) Mathildenhöhe is considered the most beautiful Art Nouveau/Jugendstil complex in Germany. It provided impulses toward reform […]
Chillies on a farmer’s market in Antalya, Turkey. This is my entry for this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge with the […]
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 […]
Snippets of Vienna.
Recently, I was looking at my Vienna pics from my one-day-in-Vienna-and-trying-to-squeeze-in-as-much-as-possible trip. I have already written several posts on this […]
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 […]
These are the spires of Cologne Cathedral in Germany, which is one of the most famous Roman Catholic churches built […]