There are many jokes and controversies about Pałac Kultury i Sztuki (Palace of Culture and Science) in Warsaw. However, it’s difficult to deny that over the last decades it became an icon of the capital of Poland.
Some photos are spontaneous captures of the moment. Others, however, can require quite a bit of planning. This photo of the Warsaw skyline with the Palace of Culture and Science as its centerpiece falls into the latter.
The mineral baths were known in Sofia Bulgaria already in 16th century. However, the final architecture which you can see on the photo is the effect of the reconstruction which those baths went through at the beginning of 19th century.
Wieskirche or The Pilgrimage Church of Wies is still not typically a touristic attraction in Bavaria. It remotely stands at the feet of the Alps and is a UNESCO World Heritage, which I liked the most – with a background story but still undiscovered by photographers.
The Palace was constructed in years 1890-1897 in neo-baroque style. It became worldwide known for the story of “White Rose”. Justizpalast is today a home for Bavarian Department of Justice and the District Court I of Munich.
Amsterdam has three Red Light Districts, but the one located in the centre of the city is definitely the most famous. It is not only a place where prostitutes run their business, but also a part of the city where one can find popular coffee shops, sex-shops, cinemas, theatres, bars and dining places.
Banz Abbey (in German Kloster Banz), known also as the Banz Castle is one of the hidden pearls of Bavaria in Germany. Previously Benedictine monastery nowadays serves as a conference centre or a museum of fossils and curiosities such as Egyptian Mummies.
Located just opposite the home of the Royal Danish family – Amalienborg Castle Copenhagen Opera House stands on the shore of the harbour. The building though during the night is looking like located on the island. The lights softly reflecting on the water are giving it an additional charm.
Have you seen ever a church in expressionistic style with a gothic twist? We hadn’t until seeing this Grundtvig’s Church while visiting the capital of Denmark – Copenhagen.
Peñíscola, a small Spanish primary fishing village is located in the Costa Azahar – Orange Blossom Coast. It’s a great stop to visit when you’re travelling from Valencia to Barcelona.