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.
Old St. Alban is one of the oldest church buildings in cologne, mentioned first time in 1172. Today you find there a memorial for the parents of fallen soldiers. Unfortunately, the ruins are not open for public, so you can only try to take a shot through the fence.
The Church of Peace in Swidnica is amazingly beautiful. And yet it is hard to caputre it’s beauty as you can’t use a tripod. So i tried my best to keep the cam steady and take pictures from the ground. Unfortunately, the +2EV photo was even more blurry than what came out now, so that’s as good as it got. Still it’s a bit blurry but too beautiful not to show it. Click for more information!
“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!
Another photo from my “homevillage”; Tegel in Berlin. Like said already a couple of times, we’re our own small town here in Berlin, not quite as stressful as the center of the city. The church you see was built just before the first World War, but before there have been three other churches on right that place. History of Churches on that place is proven to go back to the Medieval Ages.