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New York


Last week I went with school to a trip in New York.

Here some images, hope you will all enjoy it.




Alvar Aalto at the Maison Louis Carré

About 40 minutes south west of Paris is a masterpiece of modern architecture. Louis Carré was an art collector with a gallery in Paris. In 1956 he commissioned the Finnish architect and designer Alvar Aalto to build a villa for him, and what you can visit today is an incredible combination of architecture and design, Aalto’s only remaining work in France. 402 more words

Out Of Town

World Heritage Day and our 100th Heritage Video :)

Interesting co-incidence.. its WORLD HERITAGE DAY today and this morning we shared our 100th HERITAGE VIDEO …a timely century indeed :) Thanks to all the knowledgeable walk-leaders, story-tellers and co-travelers and explorers who were with us in this journey so far. 14 more words


War memorial Boorowa

The war memorial at Boorowa is prominent at the end of the main street, Marsden Street.

It’s a pretty fancy affair. I mean, get a load of this: 550 more words


Gettysburg, Day 2

Since the sun was out this morning we went out early for some picture-taking before the clouds returned. We returned to the Gettysburg Battlefield to get a shot of the Eternal Light Peace Memorial. 538 more words

Daily Post

Looking for an exciting and unique way to tour the city?

Hit the road and make a splash on the DUCK!

If you’re visiting Washington DC for the first time or if you’ve been here a hundred times before—you’ve never seen the city as you will on board the DC Ducks Tour! 257 more words

Recycling contradictory heritage

Why is it there?- I asked
Leftovers from the communism…-My dad explained
Why is it in this state?
No one cares and there is no money for it to be repaired….And we are better off without it really…What’s the point of it being there?

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Adaptive Reuse