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This 5 km route is my favorite Sunday stroll in Basel. Most of the time you can walk along Rhine or also swim into it in the summer. The walk includes some history buildings like the Basler Muenster and Letziturm and a little bit of culture in Kunstmuseum and Museum Tinguely. For the thirsty ones the mini truck Kaffee-Mobile offers delicious coffee and other refreshing beverages. Not to forget on this route the vegan donut shop Mystifry with incredible yummy creations.
It was my dream to make a map of Verona. I had never drawn a map and I decided to challenge myself. I loved the whole process. Here we go - my 25 min walking map for the historical center of Verona. It's impossible to show every beautiful place and building, but I choose places that I love to see every time I pass by.
These are some of my favorite sculptures in downtown NYC. This walk takes you through so many unique neighborhoods…from the townhouses of Greenwich Village to the cast iron lofts of SOHO to the skyscrapers near Wall Street. There is so much to see! I love this town.
“Puducheri” meaning “new settlement”. The architecture here is highly influenced by the culture of the place. An interesting fact about Puducherry is that the city is divided into two quarters. While one is the French sectors the other is the Tamil section. The cityscapes of the two different sectors strongly reflect the lifestyle and practices of the people living in this place. There are also some excellent structures in Puducherry that represent the fusion of the two dominant architectural styles of this place. These houses belong to the Franco- Tamil category. The interiors of the houses in the French quarter are more embellished than the exteriors. There are some houses in the Tamil streets where the architecture reflect remarkable French influence.
Pune, also called Poona, city, west-central Maharashtra state, western India, at the junction of the Mula and Mutha rivers. Called “Queen of the Deccan,” Pune is the cultural capital of the Maratha peoples. The city first gained importance as the capital of the Bhonsle Marathas in the 17th century. It was temporarily captured by the Mughals but again served as the official Maratha capital from 1714 until its fall to the British in 1817. Pune has long been a major educational and cultural centre. Pune is known for its educational tourism and has a blend of cultural, business, health, cuisine tourism background. The large student population in the city makes for a lively nightlife and vibrant atmosphere. Pune also houses fantastic restaurants, good museums, and hill forts which offer panoramic views. Pune is a gateway to knowledge about the past with opportunities to learn from the help of forts, monuments, museums and higher-learning institutions.
A beautiful place. Architecture, art, and food, of course....