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Royal Tobacco Factory, Seville, Spain


The Royal Tobacco Factory (Spanish: Real Fábrica de Tabacos) is an impressive colonial building in Seville, southern Spain. Since 1950’s the building has been used by the University of Seville for its main offices, including the Rector's, and several faculties.

Public Transport in Seville: Trams

Seville tranvia

Trams in Seville (Spanish: Tranvías en Sevilla) are a public transport system in Seville, the capital and largest city of the autonomous community of Andalusia and the province of Seville, Spain.

Discover Italy: Photo Walk in Arpino


Arpino is a small town and comune of Lazio, central Italy, in the province of Frosinone.

Baroque Architecture of Venice: St. Mary of Health Basilica


The Basilica of St. Mary of Health (Italian: Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute) is a Roman Catholic church located in Venice, northeastern Italy.

Discover the Vatican: Photo Walk in Città del Vaticano

Vatican City

The Vatican City (Italian: Città del Vaticano) is a sovereign city-state located in a walled enclave within Rome, Italy.

Discover Spain: Photo Walk in Almuñécar


Almunecar (Spanish: Almuñécar) is a town and a municipality located on the Costa Tropical in the province of Granada, Andalusian Community, southern Spain.

Outdoor Cats: A Pet, Stray And Feral


The outdoor cats may be pet cats whose owners let them outdoors, or they may be feral or stray community cats who live outdoors.

Public Transport in Barcelona: Trams

Barcelona tram

Trams in Barcelona (Spanish: Tranvías de Barcelona) are a public transit system in Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia and the second largest city in Spain, operated by the Tramvia Metropolità.

Baroque Architecture of Burano: St. Martin Church

Burano church

The Church of St. Martin (Italian: Chiesa di San Martino) is a Roman Catholic church located in Piazza Galuppi, the main square of the Island of Burano, Italy.

Street Art in Valencia, Spain

Since the early ’90s, local and foreign artists have turned the walls of Valencia, the third-largest city in Spain, into their creative space.

Metropol Parasol, Seville


Metropol Parasol is a waffle-type criss-crossed wooden structure, located at Plaza de la Encarnación, in Seville, Spain.

Discover Italy: Photo Walk in Mestre


Mestre is a mainland suburb of Venice, Italy, connected to the historical center by the Ponte della Libertà bridge over the Venetian lagoon.

Public Transport in Mestre: Trams

Mestre tram

Trams in Mestre (Italian: Tram di Mestre) are a public transport system in Mestre, the centre and the most populated urban area of the mainland of Venice, northeast Italy, managed by the Azienda del Consorzio Trasporti Veneziano.

Skyscrapers in Madrid: A Cityscape of The Capital of Spain


Madrid, the capital of Spain, is not famous for its skyscrapers, however, it has an impressive cityscape as there are many tall buildings in the city.

Discover Italy: Photo Walk in Burano


Burano is a small archipelago of four islands located in the northern part of the Venetian lagoon, Italy.

The Zoological Garden in Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona Zoo

The Barcelona Zoo (Spanish: Parque Zoológico de Barcelona) is a 13-ha (32 acre) zoological garden located in Barcelona, Spain, in the Parc de la Ciutadella.

Ceiba pubiflora: A Tree of The Family Malvaceace


Ceiba pubiflora
is a deciduous tree in the Malvaceace family, native to Argentina, Paraguay, central and eastern Brazil.

The River Red Gum: A Tree of The Family Myrtaceae

Eucalyptus camaldulensis

The River Red Gum (Eucalyptus camaldulensis) is an evergreen tree in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae, native to Australia.

National Museum of San Martino in Naples, Italy

Museo nazionale di San Martino

The National Museum of San Martino (Italian: Museo nazionale di San Martino) is a former monastery complex, now a museum, located on top of the Vomero hill, at the highest point of the city of Naples, southern Italy.

Venetian Carnival Masks, Venice, Italy


Venetian masks are an old tradition in Venice, Italy, since antiquity. They are typically worn during the Venetian carnival (Italian: Carnevale di Venezia), but have been used on many other occasions in the past, usually as a device for hiding the wearer's identity and social status.