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Keizersgracht, Amsterdam

Staring at Amsterdam, Netherlands

The quirky punch of Amsterdam. With canals and thousands of builings from the Dutch Golden Age, the Netherland’s capital city is one of the most popular cities of Europe.

Charming and colorful. Amsterdam’s very own fuzziness.

Although many people may visit the city due to its liberal drug laws, the city is teeming with architectural and cultural beauty. It’s a modern city that offers anything you could look for. Wandering those miles of canals, discovering stunning views throughout the city. Visiting the world-class museums like Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum. Observing people strolling around the buzzing quarters of Jordaan and De Pijp.
Whatever you’re planning to do: Turn Amsterdam into yours. It’s worth the hype.

Zaanse Schans. A unique piece of Dutch history.

Be sure not to ignore this part of the River Zaan. The Zaanse Schans is a unique part of the Netherlands. An open-air museum full of wooden houses, famous windmills and long-forgotten industries. The residential area is a perfect example of life of the 18th/19th century.


Manets Breakfast. People staring at Edinburgh, Scotland

People staring at things in Edinburgh, Scotland

People staring at things – current edition from Edinburgh, Scotland.

People staring at things in the National Gallery of Scotland, from Arthur’s Seat high above Edinburgh, Scotland. Noone staring at anything at the National Portrait Gallery.


Strasbourg Cathedral, Interieur

The Black Forest and the architecture

The Black Forest and the architecture: A photographic journey to the All Saints’ Abbey, Alpirsbach Abbey and Strasbourg Cathedral.

The Roman Catholic Cathedral of Strasbourg (also known as the Strasbourg Minster) is the perfect start to a short trip through the Black Forest (German: Schwarzwald) to visit some of the most beautiful remains of medieval architecture. From the ruins of All Saints’ Abbey, a former Premonstratensian monastery near Oppenau, the trip leads us to the famour Alpirsbach Abbey.


A photographic snatch of Istanbul, Turkey