Tumski Bridge, Wroclaw

Tumski Bridge, Wroclaw

The Tumski Bridge (Most Tumski) in Wroclaw, also called Lovers Bridge or Cathedral Bridge, leads to the Cathedral Area of Wroclaw. The name Lovers Bridge it got from the countless locks on it with which lovers are symboling their love. And the reason for the name Cathedral Bridge you can see in the background of the photo, the two towers of the Wroclaw Cathedral.

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Inside Milan Cathedral

Inside Milan Cathedral

“Impressive” is probably the most used word connected to giant cathedrals like the one in Milan. Well, I couldn’t agree more. The building itself, the third highest cathedral in the world, is awesome, but when you go inside it’s so dark and mysterious. So this photo is taken in there and it’s only one of the beautiful sights in there. Definitely visit the Duomo when you’re in Milan!

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Milan Cathedral

Milan CathedralMilan Cathedral (Duomo di Milano) is the fourth largest cathedral in the world. It took six centuries to complete, and it surely is breathtaking when you’re standing in front of it. I can understand the people, that they built the whole city center around that building. Unfortunately during our stay we didn’t have any blue sky whenever we’ve been to the cathedral, so that’s the best I got.

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Top of Saint Mark’s Basilica

Top of Saint Mark's BasilicaWhen 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.

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