The Centennial Hall, the UNESCO World Heritage in Wroclaw, is not only the hall itself and the singing fountain in front of it. Next to it, there is the Japanese Garden I showed you some photos of and the fountain is surrounded by this Circuit which serves as an interesting capture.
Saint Mark’s Basilica has a nickname: Chiesa d’Oro – Church of gold. And I think with this photo you can get a good idea how that nickname developed.
Another photo of that beautiful italian city Verona. Founded more than 2500 years ago, Verona is a sleeping beauty, crowded with masses of tourists from all over the world. That’s why I enjoy the photos even more now, as they display Verona in a calm way, much more calm than the actual stay there.
When you’re in Venice, I know you want to visit the Saint Mark’s Basilica (Basilica di San Marco). Do yourself a favor and book a ticket online first. It costs you as little as a single Euro and you can skip the waiting queue immediately. And for those who haven’t been there yet: The queue is more than 100m long. But if you choose to wait at least you have the time to marvel at the beauty of the basilica from outside… and that’s where this shot was taken.
When we went to Verona for a day, we didn’t make a lot of plans. See the Arena, see Julia’s Balcony and climb up to Castel San Pietro to have a view over the city. That was pretty much all from my point, but as we saw a couple of churches on the way it couldn’t hurt to take a look inside (and be among those thousands other tourists). One of those churches was this Sant’Anastasia, a church of the Dominican Order.