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Wuppertal Schwebebahn  #beautifulplanetearth

drrestless: Lost Travels The elevated monorail system in Wuppertal, Germany, 102 years ago

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This complex plan and sectional perspective drawing for Conceptual Architecture magazine has the same mediums, colours and style on each drawing on the one page, letting viewers understand that these are a set all done by the same designer or company.

i love this witch cottage!!

A small cottage is worthy of a fairytale. OMG, the character of this home blossoms out of this sweet little house!

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Hanging Train in Germany - The Wuppertal Schwebebahn is Europe's only suspension urban rail line, which for most of its length runs 39 feet above the river Wupper and 26 feet above city streets.

Beginning in the late 1960s, architect Paolo Soleri envisioned a more humane approach. The word “arcology” is a combination of “architecture” and “ecology.” The goal is to build megastructures that would house a population of a million or more people, but in a self-contained environment with its own economy and agriculture.

Inside Arcology, the City of the Future (Infographic)

Beginning in the late architect Paolo Soleri envisioned a more humane approach. The word “arcology” is a combination of “architecture” and “ecology.” The goal is to build megastructures that would house a population of a million or more people, but

Get on the hanging train in Wuppertal in #Germany.  http://easyhiker.co.uk/hanging-trains-of-wuppertal/

Wuppertal is the biggest town in the Bergisches Land in Germany, famous for its hanging trains, the Schwebebahn, and Pina Bausch, icon of modern dance.

The underground world : a mirror of life below ...

Knox: The underground world: a mirror of life below the surface, with vivid descriptions of the hidden works of nature and art, comprising incidents and adventures beyond the light of day,

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The 112 rainbow colored stairs of Wuppertal in Germany. Each step has a different word written on it. (Click through for closeups and translations of the words.) Artwork by Horst Glaesker

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