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Symbols of increasing prosperity in Europe(Mark Kauffman. 1960)

Symbols of increasing prosperity in Europe

(Mark Kauffman. 1960)


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Festival goers shout up to the balconies above for water, wine, or various other kinds of alcohol. Read more about the San Fermin Festival on the site! Link in the bio.
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The Scotland rugby team shower room emblazoned with the Scottish flag at the Murrayfield stadium, Ed

The Scotland rugby team shower room emblazoned with the Scottish flag at the Murrayfield stadium, Edinburgh


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niuniente:Traditional European Christmas time monsters, photographer across the Europe by Charles Frniuniente:Traditional European Christmas time monsters, photographer across the Europe by Charles Frniuniente:Traditional European Christmas time monsters, photographer across the Europe by Charles Frniuniente:Traditional European Christmas time monsters, photographer across the Europe by Charles Frniuniente:Traditional European Christmas time monsters, photographer across the Europe by Charles Frniuniente:Traditional European Christmas time monsters, photographer across the Europe by Charles Frniuniente:Traditional European Christmas time monsters, photographer across the Europe by Charles Frniuniente:Traditional European Christmas time monsters, photographer across the Europe by Charles Frniuniente:Traditional European Christmas time monsters, photographer across the Europe by Charles Frniuniente:Traditional European Christmas time monsters, photographer across the Europe by Charles Fr

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Traditional European Christmas time monsters, photographer across the Europe by Charles Fréger.


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Vienna, Austria. June, 2018.


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Venice, Italy. June, 2018.

Venice, Italy. June, 2018.


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Venice, Italy. June, 2018.

Venice, Italy. June, 2018.


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Venice, Italy. June, 2018.


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Cordoba, Spain Cathedral- Mosque of Cordoba- in 1236, Córdoba was captured by King Ferdinand III of

Cordoba, Spain

Cathedral- Mosque of Cordoba- in 1236, Córdoba was captured by King Ferdinand III of Castile in the Reconquista, and the mosque was turned into a Catholic church. Alfonso X oversaw the construction of the Villaviciosa Chapel and the Royal Chapel within the mosque. The kings who followed added further Christian features, such as King Henry II rebuilding the chapel in the 14th century. The minaret of the mosque was also converted to the bell tower of the cathedral. It was adorned with Santiago de Compostela’s captured cathedral bells.The most significant alteration was the building of a Renaissance cathedral nave right in the middle of the expansive structure. The insertion was constructed by permission of Charles V, king of Castile and Aragon.The Great Mosque’s conversion to a Christian Catholic church, the Catedral de Córdoba, may have helped to preserve it when the Spanish Inquisition was most active.Artisans and architects continued to add to the existing structure until the late 18th century.


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Săpânţa, Romania Merry Cemetery- is famous for its colourful tombstones with naïve paintings describ

Săpânţa, Romania

Merry Cemetery- is famous for its colourful tombstones with naïve paintings describing, in an original and poetic manner, the persons that are buried there as well as scenes from their lives. The Merry Cemetery became an open-air museum and a national tourist attraction.


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complex-systems-science:The History of Barcelona, in 26 Interactive Maps It’s now possible to flip

complex-systems-science:

The History of Barcelona, in 26 Interactive Maps

It’s now possible to flip through the key chapters of Barcelona’s life as a city, through the The Historic Charter of Barcelona. This is a new interactive mapping project tracking the history of the capital of Spain’s Catalonia region from 150 A.D.

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 The building heights of English cities – mapped These colourful images show the heights and density

The building heights of English cities – mapped

These colourful images show the heights and density of buildings in different cities around England. Taken from a new interactive map produced by Emu Analytics, they are created using Environment Agency LiDAR data, an airborne mapping technique. Data was only available for England

Source:The Guardian


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drawings by Renzo Picasso

Renzo Picasso (1880-1975) was an Italian engineer, architect and designer. Originally from Genoa, he visited the United States at the beginning of the twentieth century and was deeply impressed by American urbanism and technical innovation. Inspired by these “discoveries,” he produced a large number of visionary drawings and plans depicting the most striking aspects of what he saw, such as skyscrapers, elevators, public transports, and urban plans. Read the article Gli straordinari progetti di Renzo Picasso per Genova published in the magazine “Viaggio in Liguria”, issue 02/2010, for more information.

Source: Archivio Renzo Picasso


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