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Category: Europe

City of Arts and Sciences Architecture

  In response to Daily Post Photo Challenge, I included four images of L’Àgora and Assut de l’Or Bridge in the Valencia’s City of Arts and Sciences complex that I […]

Lost in Gothic Quarter

I traveled with my mother on my second visit to Barcelona (Spain). We decided not to join any guided tours to explore the Gothic Quarter as I was convinced it […]

Five Facts about Amsterdam vs. Rotterdam

Similar to several cities around the world, a rivalry between two cities in the Netherlands does exist: Amsterdam versus Rotterdam. The competition has been ongoing since the 13th century when […]

Inspirational (Travel) Quote

This image was taken in my favorite spot where I walk my dog in the morning. Sometimes morning activities in Maas River offer surprising view, and sometimes I bring my […]

Barcelona: MNAC

Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya or in its shorter name MNAC, is one of important museums in Spain. Located on Montjuïc Hill, a hill that overlooks the city landscape of […]

Vittoriano, Altar of the Fatherland

II Vittoriano, a white marbled monument in Rome (Italy), was completed during Mussolini’s rule and it was received many criticisms. During its construction, it destroyed some part of the Capitoline Hill and historical […]

The Roman Forum

Roman Forum in Rome (Italy) is a plaza of Roman ruins that used to be a market area in the ancient Romans. It is a confusing complex if you asked […]

Vatican Museums: My Favorites

Our tour to the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel started with a bad mood. I booked and paid the tour in advance through the ‘Around Rome Tours’ website. However, on […]

Five Beautiful Basilica in Rome

Basilica referred to Roman’s architecture with halls with high ceiling and three long aisles. The ancient Romans used Basilica as a public court or indoor markets. After the Christianity was legalized by […]