An artist honoured by the Arts The tomb of Michelangelo Buonarroti is located in the Basilica de Santa Croce in Florence. The original design was created by Giorgio Vasari, who also painted a Pietà in the upper side of the tomb.Three sculptures related to his three artistic specialities occupy the lower space of the tomb, from left to right: Painting, by Giovanni Battista Lorenzi, Sculpture, by Valerio Cioli, and Architecture, by Giovanni dell’Opera. In the central space of the tomb, it’s located an sculpture with the face of Michelangelo.Continue reading on Flickr… Firenze

An artist honoured by the Arts
The tomb of Michelangelo Buonarroti is located in the Basilica de Santa Croce in Florence. The original design was created by Giorgio Vasari, who also painted a Pietà in the upper side of the tomb.
Three sculptures related to his three artistic specialities occupy the lower space of the tomb, from left to right: Painting, by Giovanni Battista Lorenzi, Sculpture, by Valerio Cioli, and Architecture, by Giovanni dell’Opera. In the central space of the tomb, it’s located an sculpture with the face of Michelangelo.
Continue reading on Flickr… Firenze

A cross of stone in the Spanish countryside
Many little towns in the Castilian countryside uses a kind of crosses made of stone to locate the main sites of its local geography: a road crossing, the main square… or the center of a kind of fields where people developes a part of the harvest process. The name of this field is known in Spanish as “era”.
Continue reading on Flickr… El Royo

Some Tales about a New City
The Townhall of Nové Mesto, the Prague’s area known as New City, is a typical Bohemian building. It’s located in this quartier of the Czech capital that Emperor Charles IV began to build in the XIV Century.
It’s the main construction of the King Charles Square, divided in two halfs by the Resslova Street. And not far it can be found the Wenceslaus Square. In both of them it can be found interesting stories about History.
Continue reading on Flickr… Praha

Bratislava, Pozsony, Pressburg…?  The Old Town Hall of Bratislava offers a magnificient roof to the inhabitants of the capital of Slovakia, but also to the curiosity of tourists. The buildings of the present City Museum began to be built around 13th century, and the present use is the exhibition of the city history and a collection of torture devices, that began in 1868.Continue reading on Flickr…  Bratislava

Bratislava, Pozsony, Pressburg…?
The Old Town Hall of Bratislava offers a magnificient roof to the inhabitants of the capital of Slovakia, but also to the curiosity of tourists. The buildings of the present City Museum began to be built around 13th century, and the present use is the exhibition of the city history and a collection of torture devices, that began in 1868.
Continue reading on Flickr… Bratislava