Posts Tagged ‘Religion’
La Sagrada Família The Basilica has been under construction since 1882 and is projected to be complete in the year 2028. Antonia Gaudi dedicated 43 years of his life to La Sagrada Família, his last and best work of art. He died at the age of 74 after being run over by a train. “The amount […]
Photo of the week: The Duomo and the moon – Milan, Italy To see more photos of Milan CLICK HERE.
PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Cologne Cathedral (Kölner Dom), the largest church in Germany. Construction of the cathedral started in 1248 and was not completed until 1880. CLICK HERE to see more photos of Köln, Germany.
Photo of the week: Süleymaniye Mosque as seen from Hamdi Restaurant in Istanbul, Turkey. To see more photos of Istanbul, Turkey CLICK HERE.
TURKEY Where East meets West Where legends like Alexander the Great use to roam Where the Trojan War took place Where ancient ruins tell stories Where dynasties and cultural legacies are still prevalent in a modern times By far one of the most fascinating countries I have ever visited! Turkey is a new country in […]
On the east side of Tanna, at the bottom of the volcanic slopes of Mount Yaser, the last of the cargo cults live awaiting the second coming of an American deity they call John Frum. From the top of the mountain we could see the “John Frum Village” nestled between the rumbling volcano and the […]
After our detour inland to find wildflowers, we stumbled upon the small town of New Norcia. We heard that monks resided in the town and I suggested we go to the evening service as I love to listen to monks chanting. As we entered the building the first thing I noticed was a large photo […]