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Art Nouveau in Vienna

Vienna is well-known for its imperial history and famous composers. But among the celebrities that forged its past, two particularly stand out when it comes to Jugendstil, the German name of the artistic courant known …

Paris is for Reading

It’s really hard to beat Amazon when it comes to buying in a “convenient” way… but not everything in life is about that kind of convenience and definitely these 7 Parisian bookstores demonstrate that part …

Secret Gardens: Rome

Rome, one of the most amazing cities in the world. It is all about history, but also its incredibly romantic, green, delicious, hedonistic, contradictory… and it’s full of cats. Apart from its huge parks like Villa Borghese, Villa …

ILLUSTRATOR: LUCY BANAJI

Hi, I’m an illustrator who lives and works in Hackney, London. Besides illustrating I’m a keen rock climber and spend most weekends in the Great Outdoors. I love climbing because it takes you to places …

ILLUSTRATOR: RENA ORTEGA

The name Renata comes from Italian and it means “reborn” But everybody knows me as Rena. I’m an illustrator, designer and world explorer based near Barcelona, between the city and the mountains. During childhood, I was …

Treading Mindfully : Ubud

Bali needs no introduction, having been praised so often as an island of paradise, a revered destination for yoga, spas, surfing, creative arts and crafts, energy healing, and further made famous in ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ …

EDITOR: RAMÓN GULLÓN

Ramón aka @fotoneutrino. An engineer for longer than a photographer. Cosmopolitan and trainee screenwriter. A pinch of abstract and a pinch of concrete. In other shoes when the occasion calls for it. . Where do …

Caracas: Landmarked Naturally

Caracas, capital city of Venezuela, is a vibrant metropolis located at the center of the Americas. Its metropolitan area is separated from the Caribbean Sea by a majestic mountain chain, El Ávila, which has represented the city …

THE BUEN RETIRO PARK

  If you’re traveling to Madrid sometime soon to enjoy these early spring days, we for sure can recommend a couple of unconventional things to do, but there’s also a very conventional, even cliché one, …

JustMAD @ COAM

  This last week Madrid was all about art because while the biggest Spanish art fair, ARCO was in town there were a lot of alternative proposals. JustMAD was one of them and this year it was …

A minimap of the Moon!

  We just found this really nice Next City’s article that shares the story of Johannes Hevelius (Polland, 1611), astronomy student and creator of the first scientifically accurate maps of the moon. To be able …

A Picnic Journey: San Francisco

[symple_column size=”one-third” position=”first” fade_in=”false”] San Francisco’s urban landscape is packed with energizing visuals in the form of natural beauty and historic architectural charm. The city’s 49 square miles are eminently walkable and packed with sweeping …

EDITOR: DEVINA AGUS

  Based in the Netherlands, Devina is a marketeer and spends her free time doing what she loves the most, which is eating and travelling! Luckily these two things go very well together. When travelling, not …

ILLUSTRATOR: CECILIA GUEVARA

Cecilia is a Graphic Designer who lives in Caracas but seize every opportunity she has to escape and explore the world, searching for interesting places and simple things. She’s very tolerant when traveling but there’s …

EDITORS: KHIN TYE

  Khin is in-transition, in-between cities, in-between life stages and in-between vocations. Like my travels, I’ve worked and experienced work and life-times in corporate, NGO and charity sectors and am now moving onto creative and …

DREAMING OF MINIMAPPING: NORMANDIE

Happy Birthday France! Happy Bastille Day! I’m constantly publishing photos of Paris, so I thought of diversifying a bit the panorama, that’s why I’m sharing with you the newest Dreaming of Minimapping destination: Normandie. I …