Early morning + lockdown = the image of abandoned town. But you know what? I like it!
I never could pass an ancient historical building, especially if it is a church. For me, it is a message from the past, an opportunity to look back in times. The cathedral was established when Lund was a part of Sweden. Lund became a religious center of Denmark in those times, accompanied with a number… Continue reading Lund Church
Today's post is about my favourite sightseeing in Lisbon - Carmo Convent, the full name is Convent of Our Lady of Mount Carmen, in Portuguese Convento da Ortem do Carmo. Last year I completely missed out this fascinating place. The Convent was built in the Gothic style in 1389. In 1755, it suffered immensely from… Continue reading Carmo Convent
I was highly recommended to visit the main cathedral of Denmark, which was built in the 13th century. It is famous for the fact that Danish rulers week buried there starting from the 15th century. The cathedral due to its long history combines different styles: Gothic, Renaissance, and of course Danish minimalism. The Roskilde cathedral… Continue reading Roskilde Cathedral
In this post, I will introduce the most colorful and beautiful building of Red Square - St. Basil's Cathedral. The cathedral was build in the 16th century, but it was restructured several times which made it so special and unique. It is a big luck that St. Basil cathedral, located in the politically significant place,… Continue reading St. Basil Cathedral, Moscow
During my winter trip in 2013, I did not have time to visit this amazing place. That's why I was extremely happy, when I succeeded to see it with my own eyes. I grew up in the culture of Orthodox churches and cathedrals, which are so beautiful inside and full of paintings and gold decorations.… Continue reading Vyšehrad, Prague
After a couple of days in cosy Aveiro, it was time to go back to the capital, where I continued exploring history and culture of lovely Portugal. Although I have visited the main attractions such as: Belem Tower (UNESCO World Heritage) Of course, I did not forget to taste famous Pasteis de Belem, which you… Continue reading Lisboa