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Manarola at dusk | Cinque Terre, Italy

What a joy to remember the awesome day I spent at this little village during my trip to Italy back in September. Manarola, built on a high rock 70 metres above sea level, is one of the most charming and romantic of the Cinque Terre villages in Italy. The tiny harbour features a boat ramp, […]

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The Colosseum in Rome, Italy at night

One of the most impressive buildings I’ve photographed, the Colosseum or Coliseum in Rome is definitely a place that you should spend a few hours visiting and admiring, mostly if you are into architecture and history. I had the opportunity to visit the interior and also to see the facade during key hours of the […]

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  • I loved the sight of the lit-up Colosseum in the evening, at dusk. It looks a lot more beautiful than during daytime.ReplyCancel

Queen Elizabeth II Great Court |British Museum in London

The facade of the British Museum in London, England is already beautiful, but it was inside the museum where I had that “wow face”. The interior of the museum is just awesome, and when you get to know more details about the architecture/design it becomes even more impressive. The central quadrangle of the museum was […]

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The Eiffel Tower from the Mur pour la Paix at Night

Paris is definitely the city that I’ve visited most in Europe, and yet looking over and over to its monuments never tires me, as it’s always nice and special to look at it from different locations. This time I was going to photograph the École Militaire at night, and while I was making my way through the […]

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A walk through the famous Glasgow University Cloisters

I was visiting the Glasgow University during my trip to Scotland a few weeks back and wow, how beautiful these buildings are! It is definitely worth wandering the whole campus to check out the view, the architecture and the history – Glasgow University is the fourth-oldest university in the English-speaking world. One particular place that I spent […]

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