The limestone facade of the baroque church of St. Catherine in Valletta, Malta, adjacent to an Augustinian nunnery
Budapest, Hungary photographed at night from the International Space Station. Amid the lights of the capital city is the dark string of the Danube, Europe’s second-longest river. Budapest’s metropolitan area spans 525 square km and […]
Metropolitan West Side Elevated Railway Bridge was used for electric trains from 1895 until 1958. This was the only 4 track bridge in Chicago’s history. Most sites seem to call it a Jackknife bridge for […]
Tokyo’s Shibuya station with the Hachiko statue in the late 1930s. The small bronze Hachiko statue may not appear particularly impressive however, it is still Shibuya’s main meeting point. The original statue sculpted by Teru […]
Aldo Rossi designed his cemetery for a competition in 1971. The scheme was reworked in 1976 before construction could begin in 1978, although as it stands, the vivid orange colored building is only partially completed […]
Paris after the Liberation | Lee Miller | 1944
Museum of Applied Arts | Budapest, Hungary The Museum (Iparművészeti Múzeum) is a masterpiece of Hungarian Art Nouveau, built between 1893 and 1896 to plans by Ödön Lechner and Gyula Pártos.
Fox photographer RJ Salmon dangles in a crate suspended from a crane to take an aerial shot of Fleet Street, London, with St. Paul’s in the background. The picture is taken from the daily telegraph […]
Cathedral and Campanile
Piazza dei Miracoli | Pisa, Italy
Redevelopment of the Grand Gallery of The Louvre Museum after WWII | Pierre Jahan | Paris, 1947
Jean-Paul Belmondo in ‘That Man from Rio (L’homme de Rio)’ | Philippe de Broca, 1964
Foley Square, New York City | Fred Stein | 1948
Che Guevara | Cuba, 1958
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