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  • Austria - St. Gallenkirch, Silvretta Montafon

    Snow fence on the slopes of Schwarzköpfle, a 2.300 meters high mountain peak in the Silvretta Montafon ski area.


  • Nederland - Groet, Witte Kerkje

    The single nave ‘Witte Kerkje’ (White Little Church) is dating back to the year of 1639. The tower is made of wood and has an octagonal spire. It is located on a so called ‘terp’, a man made elevation. In 1825 the church was thoroughly restored. During…

  • England - Shrewsbury, Abbot’s House

    Most of the timber framed houses in Shrewsbury are dating back to the 15th and 16th century and were erected in the ‘golden years’ of wool trade in the city. Abbot’s House in Butcher Row in the centre of town is one of the oldest timber framed houses in…

  • Greece - Crete, Gortys

    Gortys, (also called Gortyn or Gortyna) was the most important Roman town on Crete, but its origins go back to the end of the Bronze Age. It is one of the most important cities in Crete with an unbroken history of 6.000 years and one of the most extensive…


  • Germany - Oberstdorf, Nebelhorn

    The legendary view from the Nebelhorn at a height of 2.224 m towards ‘400 mountain peaks’ with Zugspitze, Lechtaler Alps and Swiss mountains.

  • Argentina - Buenos Aires, Recoleta Cemetery

    In the early 18th century monks of the Order of the Recoletos arrived in this area. The order was disbanded in 1822. The garden of the convent was converted into the first public cemetery in Buenos Aires. The cemetery is built around the former convent an…

  • England - Melverley, St. Peter’s Church

    St. Peter’s Church in Melverley is situated on the banks of the River Vyrnwy. The church was rebuilt in 1406 to replace the wooden chapel, which was burnt down during the Welsh uprisings in 1401. All that remains of the old building is the Saxon font, whi…


  • Greece, Stemnitsa, Prodromou Monastery

    The Prodromou Monastery (Moni Timíou Prodrómou - Μονή Τιμίου Προδρόμου) is one of the most famous monasteries in the Peloponnese. The particularly picturesque and visually stunning monastery is situated on/against the eastern cliffs of the Lousios River G…

  • Germany - Heppenheim

    Marktplatz (Market square) in Heppenheim during blue hour with the town hall (l) and half-timbered houses. The town hall (Rathaus) was built in 1561. After the city fire of 1693 the baroque half-timbered Rathaus was rebuilt in 1705/06.

  • Greece - Crete, Spili

    Unlike many other churches we visited in Greece and Crete this church (Saint Peter and Paul Church or Saint Raphael Church ??) is a quite modern one, being built in the early 1990’s in a tasteful way. The church is located just outside the village of Spil…


  • Germany - Berlin, Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church

    The original Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church (Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche was built in the late 19th century, but was badly damaged in a bombing raid in 1943. The new building - church, foyer and a separate belfry - was built between 1959 and 1963. T…

  • England - Chester Rows

    Chester Rows can be found in the four main streets in the centre of Chester. They consist of covered and continuous half-timbered walkways at the first floor with shops and other premises. At street level there are also retail premises, which can be enter…

  • België - Brugge, Grote Markt

    The Grote Markt (Market Square) is the heart of the old city and covers an area of about 1 hectare. It is lined with stepped gabled houses, the Provincial Palace and the 83-metre high Belfort.


  • Greece - Crete, Kourtaliotiko Gorge

    The Kourtaliotiko Gorge (Κουρταλιώτικο Φαράγγι) is considered being one of the most beautiful gorges in Crete. It follows the Kourtaliotiko River flowing southwards between the mountains of Kouroupa (984 m) and Xiron (904 m). Coming from the north the go…

  • Chile - Punta Arenas / Seno Otway Penguin Reserve

    Penguin chick just left its burrow for a couple of seconds, so I could take this picture from nearby. Magellan penguins live 25-30 years and always come back to the place where they were born for the mating season. They usually have one or two offspring…

  • Wales - Portmeirion

    Portmeirion is a coastal resort on a peninsula in North Wales with hotels, cafe and tearoom, restaurants, shops and self catering cottages. Situated in the heart of Snowdonia it is overlooking the stunning coastal scenery of the estuary of the River Dwyry…


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