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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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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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The Louvre Museum and its stunning Glass Pyramid

Oh the Louvre Museum. There is one place in Paris, France that I photographed many times already and I still have a lot of fun photographing over and over again: the Louvre Museum and its stunning glass pyramid. As one of the world’s largest museums and a historic monument, its pyramid was designed by the […]

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The stunning interior of Glasgow Cathedral in Scotland

The Glasgow Cathedral, also called the High Kirk of Glasgow or St Mungo’s Cathedral, was built before the Reformation from the late 12th century onwards serving as the seat of the Bishop and later the Archbishop of Glasgow. It is located right in the heart of Scotland’s largest city and features beautiful stained glass windows. Beneath the […]

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Chiesa di San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore | Another 16th century Milan wonder

Another amazing architectural jewel I found in Milan, The Chiesa di San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore was built in 1503 by Gian Giacomo Dolcebuono. It was finished fifteen years later by Cristoforo Solari, divided into two parts: one for the faithful and one for the nuns. Until 1794 the nuns were strongly forbidden to cross the dividing […]

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