Fatima Sanctuary | Portugal

Fatima Sanctuary | Portugal

Fatima Sanctuary|Portugal Fatima, Portugal Fatima is the fourth largest Catholic pilgrimage destination in Europe. Even during the winter months, the square in front of the Sanctuary of Fatima is filled with pilgrims on their knees. And the beginning of this cult is...
Grand Theater – Poznan | Poland

Grand Theater – Poznan | Poland

Grand Theater - Poznan | Poland Poland, Poznan The Grand Theatre in Poznan has been repeatedly awarded for its achievements and the quality of its performances. When we visited Poznan for the weekend we unfortunately did not manage to see any play, but we could admire...
Super moon over Lisbon |  Portugal

Super moon over Lisbon | Portugal

Super moon over Lisbon | Portugal Lisbon, Portugal After weeks of Covid Self-Isolation, this photo marks a turning point for me. In early June, my friend João reached out, asking if we want to shoot the super moon here in Lisbon. Well, to be honest, I didn’t...
The Royal Castle | Poznań, Poland

The Royal Castle | Poznań, Poland

The Royal Castle | Poznań, Poland Poland, Poznan This newly renovated Royal Castle in Poznan has quite a long and rich history. Works on its construction started already in the 13th century. Today it houses the Museum of Applied Arts. The origins of the Royal Castle...
Valencia Cathedral | Spain

Valencia Cathedral | Spain

Valencia Cathedral | Spain Spain, Valencia If you search “Valencia Cathedral” on Google, the first suggestion of a query will be “Is the Holy Grail in Valencia?”. Well, apparently, yes. The Vatican even confirmed that with a high probability...
Half-marathon in Lisbon | Portugal

Half-marathon in Lisbon | Portugal

Half-marathon in Lisbon | Portugal Lisbon, Portugal Did you know that you can pass 25 de Abril Bridge on foot only when you participate in half marathon in Lisbon? The route for the half-marathon was even changed so that runners can pass Tagus river. The marathon...
Imperial Castle in Poznan | Poland

Imperial Castle in Poznan | Poland

The Imperial Castle in Poznan was built for the German Emperor and King of Prussia William II. Since 1710 the castle has served various functions – it housed government offices of Germany, and after World War II it became a place of cultural events of newly rebuilt Poland.