Castel Sant’Angelo or in English Castle of the Holy Angel, was the Mausoleum of Hadrian, Emporer of Rome in the second century. It sits by the river of Tiber. It leaves one with a massive impression, not because it’s particularly beautiful, because it isn’t, but yet, it fascinates. It used to be the tallest building in Rome.
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The Gerald D. Hines Water Wall in Houston, Texas. This landmark was designed by Philip Johnson and John Burgee. The Water Wall is part of the Williams Tower design and incorporated park.
On this particular morning, I saw the craziest wild colored sunrise, but I never saw the Sun itself. I saw it shine on the city behind me, but before it got clear of the horizon, it disappeared behind clouds. Really weird. This photo is from Nyhavn in Copenhagen. While Nyhavn means New Harbor, it is an old harbor today. Photo by: Jacob Surland, http://ift.tt/Hp7OpA. Licensed Creative Commons, Non-Commercial, no derivatives v4.0.