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Lubeck, Germany

Fans of Gothic architecture will love Lubeck in northern Germany. The city pioneered a red-brick Gothic style that’s visible pretty much everywhere but especially at the grand city gate, Holstentor. Inside are atmospheric alleyways overshadowed by jauntily leaning houses, grand squares with public buildings (the Rathaus is one of the country’s most impressive), intriguing little courtyards and imposing, spired churches.


Schloss Drachenburg - DEUTSCHLAND


Budapest, Hungary

The Hungarian capital is actually two cities – Buda and Pest – rolled into one, yet still sliced in half by the Danube. Budapest has long been one of Europe's most important cities, once capital of the Kingdom of Hungary. Its streets, squares and riverfront reflect this history and grandeur, with highlights from the Szechenyi Chain Bridge and imposing Buda Castle to the simply one-of-a-kind Hungarian Parliament Building.

Charleston, South Carolina, USA

Charleston oozes Southern charm and elegance. The city – the oldest in South Carolina, founded in 1670 – retains a small-town air with its pastel-coloured antebellum houses and canopied porches (often complete with a rocking chair or two). Cobblestone streets and boulevards studded with palm trees lead down to the Battery promenade and Waterfront Park, making the most of the city’s perfect location on Charleston Harbor.


The Gate of Angkor Thom in Krong Siem Reap, CAMBODIA

Laberinto de Cipreses en Flores, Comayagua, HONDURAS

Lake Tekapo in Memory

Barcelona, Spain

Each district of the Catalonian capital has something new to show off, but it’s the city’s buildings that really make it memorable. The grid-planned streets of the Eixample are enlivened by the sinuous lines of La Pedrera, dramatic spires of Casa de les Punxes and, of course, the city’s crowning jewel, the Sagrada Familia. Seemingly rising from the ground, Gaudi’s masterpiece alone earns Barcelona a place among the world’s most beautiful cities.

Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park | robertlukeman

Torres del Paine | by mydetoxtravel

La petite Venise ~ Fabrice Kurz

Thank you. Sorted now I hope. :)


"Side Ancient Theatre" dates back to the 2nd century AD and has a capacity of approximately 17 thousand people.

Antalya - Turkey

Cartagena, Colombia

Founded on the Caribbean coast of Colombia in the 1530s, Cartagena is one of Latin America’s most beautiful cities. The walled old town – across the water from modern, high-rise Bocagrande – is the really photogenic part, dotted with leafy plazas. Its narrow streets are lined with churches, pretty courtyards and brightly painted houses, their balconies overflowing with plants.

Alps | Switzerland || maxrivephotography

Dolomites | Ortisei, Italy || henrylw

Yup. Slight mix-up.
Pic is of St John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

Yesterday: Mexico City on the coast.



Cambridge, England, UK

Home to one of the world’s oldest universities, founded in the 13th century, it’s no surprise that Cambridge’s streets are full of historic buildings. There’s the Wren Library at Trinity College, the awe-inspiring King’s College Chapel, founded in 1446, and the Tudor precincts of Queen’s College. All three are set along the River Cam and a walk along The Backs, a riverside area that several colleges back onto, is the perfect way to appreciate the sheer density of history in this beautiful city.


St John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

St John’s is one of the oldest cities in North America, established around the turn of the 16th century. But the weight of its history sits lightly about the city, which feels more like a laid-back small town. Dotted along the waterfront and in the city centre are brightly painted houses, and at the southern edge of the sheltered harbour is a squat little lighthouse. Signal Point gazes across the city and out over the Atlantic.




Mexico City, Mexico

This sprawling city can be overwhelming due to its sheer size. But its beauty is best revealed in its individual details. There are the charming suburbs like leafy Coyoacan and laid-back San Angel. Then there’s the architecture, with landmarks including the Palacio Nacional with its tiered arches and stairwell with a mural by famous artist Diego Riviera, tracing Mexico’s complex history. Green spaces, monuments and a thriving art scene top off its heady beauty.

Niagara Falls

Portland, Maine, USA

The pretty but unpretentious charms of Portland are given extra clout by the city’s location, right on the water. There's Baxter Boulevard, with gorgeous views across Casco Bay, while the Old Port waterfront is a mix of maritime history, working fishing wharves and converted warehouses that house restaurants and shops. Just outside the city, Fort Williams Park has postcard-perfect views of 18th-century lighthouse Portland Head Light.


New York City

Castro Urdiales

Shiraito Waterfall, Karuizawa, Japan

Sunrise | Torres Del Paine

Lyon, France

The prettiest part of Lyon is its old town, Vieux Lyon, where it’s easy to get lost in narrow streets lined with medieval and Renaissance buildings and criss-crossed with the city’s distinctive traboules. These secret covered alleys and tunnels, originally built to protect silk-workers from the rain, are incredibly atmospheric. But to get a real sense of the city, you need a wider view. From the hilltop district of Fourviere and the Basilique Notre-Dame, the entire red-roofed city unfurls below, with the Alps visible on the horizon.

La petite Venise

"Sunrise In Alice Springs, Australia"

Mykonos - Greece

Rome, Italy

Packed with ancient monuments and picturesque piazzas, Rome’s historic core must be one of the world’s most seductive. There’s the imposing Colosseum, the iconic, creamy columns of the Pantheon, the world-famous Trevi Fountain and countless charming squares. The city is so full of beauty and iconic sights at every street corner that it rivals some of the best museums in the world (and it has some of those too).



St Augustine, Florida, USA

Feeling closer to the Mediterranean than the commercial charms of Orlando, St Augustine’s old town is all Spanish-Colonial buildings, palm-lined streets and cobbled lanes. And it’s not just for show: as the oldest continuously inhabited European settlement in the US, established by the Spanish in 1565, these historic monuments and buildings are the real deal. But it’s still Florida, so of course there are some glorious stretches of sand to top it all off.

Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Despite being a huge, sprawling metropolis, Yogyakarta retains its traditions, heritage and thriving arts scene. At its heart is the sultan’s palace (Kraton), with several other of the king's residences dotted around the city. Most of the buildings are in traditional Javanese style, but some display European and Chinese influences. Taman Sari is particularly enchanting – an evocative, partially ruined royal bathing complex, it's the focal point of a charming residential area.

Grand Central Terminal, NYC | New York City

San Sebastián - Spain

exactly. specially as the source of light is coming from slightly to the left it seems. and that is not seen on the moon. and some kind of bordering blured earth gas athmosphere borderline is not present
I find the earth/moon pic very odd.
The earth is illuminated by the sun, but not the moon?
I think photoshop is involved!



Nuuk, Greenland

The capital city of one of the world’s wildest places, Nuuk feels like it’s always either preparing for winter or has already hunkered down against it. In summer, the wood-clad houses add bright spots of red, pink and orange to a landscape of green grass, black rocks and piercingly blue sea. In winter, they pop against the thick layer of white snow, slate-grey water and almost sunless days. That’s also the best time to see the dancing green lights of the Northern Lights.

Spring begin in Colorado

Seljalandsfoss Waterfall, Iceland

"From a million miles away, NASA captures the Moon crossing the face of Earth." ?
San Francisco, California, USA

San Francisco has made the most of its privileged spot around San Francisco Bay, with piers jutting into the water and green spaces including the Presidio, a vast and varied park on a former military base and right next to the rust-red arches of the Golden Gate Bridge. But the rest of the city is a stunner too with pastel houses – including the famous Victorian Painted Ladies by Alamo Square, pictured – stacked like rows of wedding cakes clinging to vertiginous streets

From a million miles away, NASA captures the Moon crossing the face of Earth.

Vieste by night...Italy

Kyoto, Japan

With its temples, shrines and Imperial Palace, Kyoto looms large in Japanese culture. Though the centre is fairly modern, the city’s historic districts are as beguiling and beautiful as ever. There’s Arashiyama, home to bamboo groves and pagodas; Higashiyama, with cherry blossom trees bowing over the canal and temples lining the foothills; and Gion and Pontocho, where geishas can sometimes be glimpsed emerging from traditional machiya (tea houses) and gliding down the narrow streets to their next engagement.

Starbucks in Dubai

Lhasa, Tibet

The Holy City, the Place of the Gods, the centre of Tibetan Buddhism – Lhasa has a lot to live up to. But it would be hard not to be moved by the first sight of the Potala Palace or the fervour of pilgrims walking the Barkhor circuit around the Jokhang temple in winding, incense-scented alleys. Perhaps it’s the altitude, but Lhasa seems to have something magical about it.

Lüner Lake, Austria

Idaho, USA

Incredibly beautiful shot

Volcano and aurora combo | Garðar Ólafs

Tauranga, New Zealand

With its picture-perfect beaches, colourful street art and green parks complete with palm trees, Tauranga is a perfect chilled-out beachside city. But it’s Mauao (Mount Maunganui), an extinct volcano jutting out into the bay, which really sets it apart. Hiking trails weave up to the summit, which has panoramic views across the city to its white-sand beaches and the Pacific Ocean.




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