I browsed through my travel photographs and thought I put some interesting architectural views online, more or less at random ;-). The trips to Berlin, Groningen (NL) and London where I took these pictures were very enjoyable. Berlin / Potsdam was a nice mother-daughter-museeums-shopping-trip, Groningen (just a 2 h drive from my home in northern Germany) was one of several walking-around-enjoying-the-pretty-town trips (and it has a great Modern Art Museum and trendy shops!) and London – one of my favourite cities – was one of many trips to explore the great city and get to know Greenwich, a very interesting and nice area (with a fantastic park ruled by cute squirrels).
These first two pics are from the surrounding parc of Castle Sansouci in Potsdam near Berlin – a beautiful area with wonderful views & gardens outside, and full of history & glamour inside the Castle (photography forbidden, but I remember the impressive, artful, really glorious marble floors).
Here some of the views in Groningen.
Neuwe Kirk catching the sunshine.
This interesting artwork was presented at the top of a staircase in Queenshouse, Greenwich(London)