Photo Friday: Stunning Architecture around the World

Architecture is fascinating. I know I always enjoyed checking out beautiful churches or interesting buildings when I was traveling but it wasn’t until I started working in architecture and design PR that I realised how much architecture influences the image of a city. And how much one new building can change the look of a city. This is why I decided to put together a post about my favourite “architectural master pieces” around the world. (I guess this will only be part 1…)

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Grand Palace, Bangkok

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Brooklyn Bridge, New York

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Elbphilharmonie, Hamburg

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Museo Maat, Lisbon

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Chinatown, London

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Exhibition halls, Dornbirn, Austria

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Exhibition halls, Dornbirn, Austria

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Zumtobel Headquater, Dornbirn, Austria

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Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Milan

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Fondazione Prada, Milan

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Duomo, Milan

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Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco

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Opera House and Harbour Bridge, Sydney

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Opera House, Oslo

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Travel Tattoos: A souvenir that lasts forever


Tattoos are definitely not everyone’s cup of tea. And I totally understand why. (Let’s not start the discussion now though.)

For me, tattoos are just a way of showing what’s important for me. I don’t have any tattoos where I just decided “I like this” and got it. All of my tattoos have a meaning and for some reason, all of them are connected to a city I lived in.

I asked a few fellow travelers if they had any tattoos they got, just because they loved a country or city so much that they wanted to have a memory of it forever under their skin. Here are a few of the tattoos I collected and loved.

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