Arecibo, Puerto Rico will astound all visitors and lovers of photography. Local artists are revitalizing this run down historic coastal town, using its century old architecture as a canvas. El Malecón, La Habana, Wyndwood Walls in Miami, all come to mind as you wander the streets and marvel of what once was and what might become!
This is the country of Sassocorvaro, in the Marche. In the undergrounds of its Ubaldinesque Fortress, during the Second World War, 10,000 masterpieces of Italian art by the greatest artists, were hidden and saved, including Giorgione’s “La Tempesta”
A hint of sunset blushes the creek between its silvered shores after a fresh snowfall at Trexler Memorial Park, Allentown, Pennsylvania.
Latvian Ethnographic Open-Air Museum~
one of the oldest and largest open-air museums in Europe – located on the banks of Lake Jugla, just a 30 minute drive from downtown Riga.
This museum is unique when compared to similar museums around the world with the fact that it began to collect its exhibitions before the war, and thus many of its exhibition objects are in very good condition. 118 historical buildings from all four of Latvia’s provinces – Kurzeme, Vidzeme, Zemgale and Latgale, have been put on display at the museum. The buildings range in age, and most of them were originally constructed between the 17th century up all the way up until the 1930s.
It is the only place in Latvia where it is possible to view the similarities and differences of how people used to live in the various historical regions of Latvia~