• Marlow Bridge – Marlow, England

    Marlow Bridge is a road traffic and foot bridge over the River Thames in England between the town of Marlow, Buckinghamshire and the village of Bisham in Berkshire. It crosses the Thames just upstream of Marlow Lock, on the reach to Temple Lock. There has been a bridge on the site since the reign of […]

    Marlow Bridge – Marlow, England
  • Iffigfall – Bernese Oberland, Switzerland

    Plunging more than 100 metres, the Iffigfall is one of the most impressive waterfalls in the Bernese Oberland. The natural, unspoilt course of the stream, with its gorge-like sections and waterfalls, is part of the vast Gelten-Iffigen conservation area. All the energy of the raging water gathers in a small hollow at the base of […]

    Iffigfall – Bernese Oberland, Switzerland
  • Piazza San Carlo – Turin, Italy

    The Piazza San Carlo is a symmetrically designed plaza built in 1638. Visitors interested in historic churches will want to visit the church of Santa Cristina; like the palaces of Piazza Castello, Santa Christina’s facade was designed by Filippo Juvarra.

    Piazza San Carlo – Turin, Italy
  • Toei Kyoto Studio Park – Kyoto, Japan

    Toei Kyoto Studio Park is the only theme park in Japan where you can observe the filming of period dramas (jidaigeki films). Here you can walk freely around the Toei Kyoto Studio film set. This set depicts a street from the Edo period, and is used to shoot more than 200 films per year. Enjoy […]

    Toei Kyoto Studio Park – Kyoto, Japan
  • International Telegraph Union Monument – Bern, Switzerland

    In 1908, the delegates at the International Telegraph Conference in Lisbon approved a project to erect a monument in Berne, Switzerland, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the International Telegraph Union (ITU) in 1915.

    International Telegraph Union Monument – Bern, Switzerland
  • Adashino Nenbutsuji – Kyoto, Japan

    Adashino Nenbutsu-ji is a Buddhist temple in Ukyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan. In 811 Kūkai is said to have founded a temple, then Honen altered it to the present Nenbutsuji. Situated high on a hill overlooking the city from the northwest, it sits in an area where since the Heian period people have abandoned the bodies of […]

    Adashino Nenbutsuji – Kyoto, Japan
  • Palazzo Carignano – Turin, Italy

    The Palazzo Carignano is a historical building in the centre of Turin, Italy, which currently houses the Museum of the Risorgimento. It was once a private residence of the Princes of Carignano, after whom it is named. It is famous for its unique rounded façade.

    Palazzo Carignano – Turin, Italy
  • St. James’ Church – Delhi

    St. James’ (also known as Skinner’s Church) is an Anglican church in Delhi, India, built in 1836 by Colonel James Skinner. It is one of the oldest churches in the city, and part of the Church of North India Diocese of Delhi.

    St. James’ Church – Delhi
  • The Oracle – Reading, England

    The Oracle is a large indoor shopping and leisure mall, located on the banks of the River Kennet on the site of a 17th-century workhouse of the same name in the town of Reading in the English county of Berkshire. It was developed by, and is owned by, a joint venture of Hammerson and the […]

    The Oracle – Reading, England
  • Reading Town Hall – Berkshire, England

    Reading Town Hall is the town hall for the town of Reading, in the English county of Berkshire. The town hall was built in several phases between 1786 and 1897, although the principal facade was designed by Alfred Waterhouse in 1875

    Reading Town Hall – Berkshire, England