Bruges is an amazing Belgium city. Walking through the streets you will find many wonders—the historic center, the Burg, Town Hall, the Market Halls—however, a visit to the city isn’t complete without a boat trip on its canals. The half-hour trip allows the visitor to appreciate Bruges from a completely different angle. This photograph was taken on one of the five landing stages of the boat trip. Do you like this photo? Get Your Print or download it as a wallpaper
After years visiting and working at “Le circuit du Castellet” (Paul Ricard Circuit), I finally had the opportunity to see this fantastic medieval village with my own eyes. Many people are attracted to the village because of its architectural heritage—it stands as an architectural display of narrow streets dominated by the church and the castle on the peak.
The Church of St. Savior Transfiguration was built in 1030 by the Bishop of Marseilles. It is truly ancient; once inside, you can feel the weight of history bearing down on these austere walls.
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When I first saw this building, I thought it was for the city council, or perhaps it was a small hotel. However, I surprised when I realized I was in front of the Hockenheim public library. This German city is not big, just 20,000 citizens, but to me it seemed smaller, and such a building was more than I expected for a library.Do you like this photo? Get Your Print or download it as a wallpaper