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Prag - Perspektiven von S.y.n.

Prag - Perspektiven von S.y.n.

House at the Minute where Franz Kafka and his parents lived (1889-1896) #Prague Old Town sq.

House at the Minute, Prague, Old Town sq. - here Franz Kafka and his parents lived

Le Hameau and Le Moulin were built in 1783 for Louis XVI's queen, Marie-Antoinette, to indulge the fashionable Rousseau inspired fantasy of returning to the natural life.

the mill at petit trianon, versailles. Just like Sleeping Beauty's cottage in the woods!

Sardinien | Preise und Unterkünfte Bauernhof Li Pireddi - Bauernhof in Aglientu (Olbia-Tempio)

Check availability and booking methods of the agriturismo Li Pireddi. Li Pireddi Half board, Bed & Breakfast offers apartments and rooms in Aglientu near to Olbia-Tempio.

"36 Hours in Prague" from The New York Times - You could spend a weekend in the Czech capital visiting only those places that have opened in the past couple of years. Here’s a guide to get you started.

36 Hours in Prague

Many locals still haven’t heard of all the next big things: flashy new art galleries, dynamically developing old neighborhoods, great bars — beyond and including beer — and new restaurants.

Larios is the main commercial street in the center of the city. I love how its space flows through perpendicular narrow alleys towards the bulk of the cathedral.

archisketchbook - architecture-sketchbook, a pool of architecture drawings, models and ideas - archatlas: Luis Ruiz Padrón See more works from.

Prague’s oldest building, the Rotunda of St Martin at historical fort Vysehrad, Prague, Czechia

Prague’s oldest building, the Rotunda of St Martin at historical fort Vysehrad, Prague, Czechia

Hofburg Palace, Vienna, Austria: winter residence of the Habsburgs. Seat of Kings and Emperors of the Holy Roman Empire, and the Austrian Empire from 1438 until 1918. Now the official residence of the Austrian president.

Hofburg Palace--Vienna, Austria/ Wien, Österreich - Actually the horses' stables and show arena.

Singer Building (also known as "Home of Books") 1902-1904 by architect Paul Suzor, Saint Petersburg, Russia | by Retlaw Snellak Photography

Singer House (built in 1902 – architect Pavel Suzor) in St. It was the main office of the Singer Sewing Machine Company in Russia. Nowadays "The House of Books" (book shop) is situated here.