Barcelona (Spain). The stunning ceiling of “La Sagrada Familia”, the masterpiece of Antoni Gaudì.
Hue (Vietnam). Mandarin warriors protecting the Khai Dinh Tomb, outside the ancient city of Hue.
Budapest (Hungary). The Budapest Metro 1 line is one of the things to see in town: this line is known in Budapest simply as “the Underground” and it is the second oldest underground railway in the world (London is the first one, while Istanbul “Galata – Tunel” funicular contends the second place) being in operation since 1896. Several stations along the Budapest Metro 1 line are worth a visit considering their architectures and design; for this reason the UNESCO included the line in the World Heritage Sites List in 2002. The Budapest Metro 1 line runs below Andrassy Avenue and touches many Budapest’s landmarks: it can be the “underground” version of popular hop-on hop-off buses.
Hue (Vietnam). Photographing around the Hue Imperial City is a breathtaking experience: it’s magnificent buildings and architectures are source of inspiration for legends and incredible stories…
Cinque Terre (Italy). A typical postcard-view of Manarola, one of the “Cinque Terre” (literally “Five Lands) in the Liguria region of Italy.