When you hear Verona you might think of Romeo and Juliet. Or the arena comes to your mind. Well, of the Verona Arena I can serve you with a photo. Luckily we went early in the morning to Verona because when we left the Arena, the queue for tickets seemed endless. The arena itself is quite impressive. Not as much as the Colosseum in Rome, but still. Especially when you consider that it still is used for theaters.
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.
Yesterday I showed you the Art museum of the Archdiocese of Cologne (Kunstmuseum des Erzbistums Köln) from outside, today I show you what it’s hiding inside. You can actually see inside of the museum from outside on the street. That’s where this shot was taken. The new museum was built on the ruins of the late Gothic parish church of St. Kolumba. As we couldn’t visit the museum I can’t explain exactly what you see here, but my guess is, that it is those ruins.