Gaudí’s Barcelona

Antoni Gaudí ( 25 June 1852 – 10 June 1926) a Spanish Catalan architect from Reus and a known practitioner of Catalan Modernism. Gaudí’s works reflect an individualized and distinctive style.

Casa Calvet

Casa Calvet

Gaudí’s work was influenced by his passions in life: architecture, nature, and religion. Gaudí considered every detail of his creations and integrated into his architecture such crafts as ceramics, stained glass, wrought ironwork forging and carpentry. He also introduced new techniques in the treatment of materials, such as trencadís, the use of broken pieces of ceramic.

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Do you know the world?

This is exactly what I’m talking about when I tell people you cannot know another country through the NEWS.. The NEWS is usually bad news as the 10 year old daughter says – you don’t get to know the essence of a country by watching the NEWS.
If you want to know about the world you live in – we ALL LIVE IN; go there.. If you don’t have the opportunity to go, read local authors, watch foreign movies, read history books, meet foreign people – be curious and don’t settle with the NEWS only..

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Nice trip

I’ve just discovered a new app “God Tur” – accessibility for people with a handicap. It just opened up in the celebration of Aarhus Feastuge 2024.
The problem with the app is it only covers the city of Aarhus and there’s hardly any of the places that had a review upfront. So you need to start from scrap.
Why don’t Glad Fonden, who are the people behind this app taking a product already working such as WheelMap and collaborate with these guys instead.
I find it; the more you are making of the same stuff it will only be halfhearted or half a success.

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once fearsome Vikings

Mennesket v. havet 2

Once the Danes were the fearsome Vikings, today the country is a modern metropolis.
Denmark is a small country of just 43,094 square kilometers. approximately 5.5 million inhabitants.
Nevertheless, Denmark has many dialects and people may find it difficult to understand people who live on the opposite end of the country.
Although Denmark is a small country it still has a lot to offer.
Just think of Hans Christian Andersen, the great writer and poet in the 1800s. The many castles that have given Shakespeare (1564-1616) inspired to write Hamlet.

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“FUCKING TOURIST”

peru

Peru

.. WHEN THE LOCALS GIVE A FINGER

 

Like all travelers, taking photos means to immortalize moments we don’t want to forget during a journey we want unforgettable. We all want to capture every second of it with our camera. Beautiful landscapes, typical food, locals lifestyle, new encounters etc. Yes, but here is the problem. The local population want sometimes to keep a low profile and refuse so to be snapped away. We cannot blame them..so many people are disrespectful, photographing locals as if they were an attraction.

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