Ginza is a popular upscale shopping area of Tokyo, with numerous internationally renowned department stores, boutiques, restaurants and coffeehouses.
The gondola is the most emblematic symbol of Venice. Before a major means of transportation, it’s now a touristic – and expensive! – attraction.
Established in 1443, Wat Ounalom in Phnom Penh is the center of Cambodian Buddhism. A stupa is said containing an eyebrow hair of Buddha.
To see Venice under the snow was an old dream: I wasn’t disappointed! Only problem: some snow ended inside one of my two cameras and it stopped to work…
Busan (Pusan) is the second biggest city in South Korea, after Seoul, the capital. It’s close to Japan and two lines of ferries rely Busan to Fukuoka.
A replica of the Statue of Liberty is located behind Pont de Grenelle, a bridge in Paris, France, that crosses the Seine river. It connects the city’s 15th and 16th arrondissements, and passes through the Île aux Cygnes.
Japanese lanterns have been crafted in Japan as far back as 1085. In Japan modern times, they are now used only for decorative purpose.
The Square of the Moors (Campo dei Mori in Italiano) is located in the area of Cannaregio and is called “Campo Dei Mori” because of the presence of 4 oriental figures that were placed there in the wall of a house in 1300.
The Avenue of Stars, modeled on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, is an avenue located along the Victoria Harbour waterfront in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. It honors celebrities of the Hong Kong film industry.