"Le Peuple Genevois", looking at the horizon since 1854  Geneva and Helvetia are these two young women, that joined a common life after the destruction era that ruined Europa after the French Revolution.Continue reading on Flickr…  Geneva

"Le Peuple Genevois", looking at the horizon since 1854 
Geneva and Helvetia are these two young women, that joined a common life after the destruction era that ruined Europa after the French Revolution.
Continue reading on Flickr… Geneva

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

Yarra, from 1835 until present The Yarra River was the water source that the first settlers of Melbourne used for agriculture. The capital city of Victoria was officialy established in 1835 and from that year until now, the landscape of the lower course of the river has changed a lot. Can anybody remember its original function as food source for aboriginal people when some members of a local rowing club are almost flying over the water?Continue reading on Flickr… Melbourne

Yarra, from 1835 until present
The Yarra River was the water source that the first settlers of Melbourne used for agriculture. The capital city of Victoria was officialy established in 1835 and from that year until now, the landscape of the lower course of the river has changed a lot. Can anybody remember its original function as food source for aboriginal people when some members of a local rowing club are almost flying over the water?
Continue reading on Flickr… Melbourne