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Hermitage Amsterdam: Catherine the Great

Thanks to Amsterdam City Card, I was able to visit and enjoy one of the amazing exhibitions in Hermitage Amsterdam (the Netherlands) about the most renowned and the longest-ruling female […]

Eight Interesting Facts about the Colosseum

The Colosseum (Coliseum) is one of the great Roman’s architectures that survive for 2,000 years, even after several natural disaster attacks. It becomes a monument of inhuman games tradition for […]

Monochrome Monday: The Pillars of ILO

I took these images during my visit to International Labour Organisation (ILO) headquarters in Geneva (Switzerland). The ILO headquarters office has an impressive entrance of huge symmetrical colonnades. The ILO’s colonnades were […]

Romance in Rotterdam

Who could think a port city like Rotterdam as a romantic city? Apart from its modern architectures, Rotterdam does not offer many old historical buildings or canals like Paris or […]

The Colonnades of the Vatican

St. Peter’s Square (Vatican City) is surrounded by semi-round colonnades. Designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, each side of the colonnades consists of four rows of columns with total of 284 columns. Additionally, […]

36 Hours in Copenhagen

I loved Danish TV Series and addicted to it (always can’t wait for their next season). I don’t speak any Danish except “manga talk (thank you)” and “Hvordan har du det […]