Czech town of Hustopece
Pictures taken at 13 of October, 2008. The misty and dull morning in small Czech town. Hustopece, Czech. History Hustopeče was first mentioned in 1303. By the end of the 19th century, it was on the byline from Šakvice north to the Vienna-Bruno-Prague line. Until the end of the Second World War, most of its inhabitants were ethnic Germans. The town skyline was dominated by the Gothic St.Wenceslaus Church. Its 74 m high steeple collapsed in 1961, which damaged the church’s structure greatly, and in 1962 the Czechoslovak government ordered it to be torn down. A new futuristic church was built on the site of the old one between 1990 and 1994, and was designed by L. Kolka. The new St. Wenceslaus’ church has a 47 m high steeple (52 m including its cross).
Venice, Italy || Venezia, Italia
Pictures taken at 12 of October, 2008. The early morning in city which inspires everyone. Venice, Italy || Venezia, Italia. The city stretches across 117 small islands in the marshy Venetian Lagoon along the Adriatic Sea in northeast Italy. The saltwater lagoon stretches along the shoreline between the mouths of the Po (south) and the Piave (north) Rivers. The population estimate of 272,000 inhabitants includes the population of the whole Comune of Venezia; around 60,000 in the historic city of Venice (Centro storico); 176,000 in Terraferma ( as the Mainland), mostly in the large frazioni of Mestre and Marghera; and 31,000 live on other islands in the lagoon.
Stara Dubrowka is dying village
Nature captures the ownership rights of civilization and it is being revived again.
This city can be characterized simply – the imperial city, the city of waltzes.
The Walowicz palace – Swiatsk village
The palace and park complex was built in the second half of the XVIII century by Italian architect J.Sacco commissioned by the princely Wałowicz family.