When thinking of Singapore, my head usually goes to the amazing green skyscrapers built in the city. In this case, happy to feature The Cove Way Bungalow by MKPL, located in Sentosa Island.
The house blends architecture with its external landscape, bringing nature into the house and conversely, extending the man-made into the natural.
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Neuschwanstein photographed from the Marienbrücke.
I have to admit, as impressive as the view was, I have never visited a place in Germany before that was so crowded with other tourists as this one.
Not only for the tickets to get into the castle at all, but also to get on this bridge.😅
Which is actually just a commercial suspension bridge made of wood and metal, because of the very good position, but is almost as popular a tourist spot as the castle itself.😁 I can only give you the tip, reserve the tickets in advance online, is that not possible, as with us, go there as early as possible.
we had the unspeakable luck to get the last tickets, the eternally long queue behind us had less luck🍀 -
Мавританская (Африканская) Испания. Но мне ещё зажиточная Индия мерещится. Вполне возможно, что первооткрыватели в морских торговых путях из Севильи в Индию чего-то оттуда понахватали.
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The beautiful tapestry room @newbyhallandgardens. The room is kept in the dark and shutters closed until visitors come through to protect the colour of the beautiful tapestries, carpet and Chippendale furniture.
I was able to go on a house tour as part of the wonderful #Bodalbings wedding at the weekend. Such a dreamy venue 😍
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Built as part of the redevelopment of the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, this tower bridges the buildings of the financial district with those in the historic St. Lawrence cultural neighborhood.
To prevent the building from casting shadows on Berczy Park toward the north, Studio Libeskind and Page + Steele / IBI Group Architectsdesigned the building's unique, sloping form.