Recently I visited (again) the Basilica of Superga in Turin. It is located at the top of the hill of Superga at the east part of the city of Turin in northern Italy. The following are some of my pictures from this place. These pictures have been taken during Spring and Winter seasons so you…
During summer holidays around Italy you should consider hanging around Amalfi and Positano located in the Gulf of Salerno.
During the summer if you happen to be near Turin, don’t loose the chance to visit one it’s most emblematic streets: Via Garibaldi in Turin.
Porta Palazzo is a vast area in Turin’s historic center. Leo and I went to discover Europe’s biggest open air street market in Porta Palazzo.
Last December 2011 we had the incredible opportunity to visit Paris, Allow us to share we you some Paris Panoramic Photos we took along our visit.
Hiking in the rain seemed like the ‘must have’ experience in Ireland specially in a place such as the Wicklow Mountains National Park.
Last summer I was traveling back from Ireland to Turin. In a trip like this you have to stop at Milan’s airport, take a bus to Milan’s Central Train Station and part from there by train to Turin.
Espacio Escultórico (spanish for Sculptural Space) is a huge area in the middle of Universidad Nacional Autonoma de México‘s Cultural Center. Here, huge sculptures were built on the 1970’s. The work of ‘Espacio Escultorico’ that stands out most is formed by a series of white sculptures around a volcanic crater in the area.
September 16 is a Mexican National Party Day because we celebrate our Independence Day. In this Photosynth we give you a glimpse of The Angel of Independence (“El Ángel de la Independencia”), most commonly known as “El Ángel”, which is a victory column located over Paseo de la Reforma in Mexico City.
A statue and fountain of Diana the Huntress stands in Chapultepec Park.