The sun going down behind the Concert Hall of Frankfurt (Oder). A building that I’ve never visited but yet seen almost every day when I lived in Słubice and studied in Frankfurt. As you can guess, the shot is taken from the bridge which is connecting Germany and Poland, a bridge I had to use quite often.
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.
Bergamo is a magnificent small city in the north of Italy. It has a lot to offer and yet it’s not overcrowded by tourists. As you can get cheap Ryanair Flights directly there, I’m sure to come back there soon. Here on the left side you see the Entrance of the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, one of many beautiful buildings in Bergamo.
One of the few photos which I have of Milan with a blue sky. Also in this shot, which my girlfriend took, it was only possible, because the sky was breaking up for a short moment. But that short moment gave a nice opportunity of an ancient church combined with beautiful flowers.
Milan 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.