A vivid reminder of the Islamic occupation, currently the Ethnological Museum and Water Museum. Once a residential home, it is a gem not to miss, located in the beautiful village Anna a short car drive from Valencia. Highly recommended! Advertisements
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Who said London houses are boring?! Have a stroll through a typical east London neighbourhood and you will notice a myriad of welcoming coloured doors.
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Controversial or not this place is mesmerising. One cannot deny the feeling of being almost instantly transported into a utopian land where cars should be flying in between the metal strings of the bridge instead of running on the roads.
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Built for the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome this building was designed by architect Annibale Vitellozzi. The arena is constructed with a ribbed concrete shell dome 61m in diameter, itself constructed of 1620 prefabricated concrete pieces, braced by concrete flying buttresses. As much of the structure was prefabricated, so that the dome was erected in 40 days. To me […]
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This is first building Zaha Hadid’s studio built in Rome. It is also the first national museum of architecture to be established in Italy. Having an architectural background I cannot look at buildings other than subjectively. I must admit that I look at Hadid’s buildings with a particular critical eye than I would normally do, […]
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