The Royal Łazienki Gardens are full of Peacocks; they’re jumping from bench to bench or relax on the statues. So did this one and I thought it would be a good idea to capture it.
Without looking on the title, would you know where this one is from? It’s hard to guess, but I can tell you it’s from Verona in Italy. The Column of Lion of St. Mark was erected in 1523 and is also known as San Marco Column (Colonna di San Marco). Click here to get more information on the photo!
That is another dwarf to the collection. If you saw old prison in Wroclaw you schould know him. This creatures simbolize usually the place wehre they belong to. Near the ATM you will find a counting dwarf, near the restaurant a cooking one… so…you can guess what happened to this little guy… More information on the photo!
My friends from London visited me in Berlin and so I had the chance to go a bit sightseeing in my own city. On our way we came by the Neue Wache (New Guard House) and the sun shining through the roof gave a good setting. Today it is the “Central Memorial of the Federal Republic of Germany for the Victims of War and Tyranny”. More information on the photo!
The Borussia Monument is to find right next to the S-Bahn station Wannsee in Berlin. It’s close to one of the three big lakes in Berlin and located in one of the richer areas.