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Montreal: Sheltered Passage    Photograph by Winfield I. Parks, National Geographic    Montrealers have, since the city's birth in the 1600s, dealt with a harsh climate in style. Winter sports and serious winter gear are two ways, the wealth of bars and cafes to warm up in, another. But the building of the modern metro system in the 1960s gave the city's inhabitants an excuse to dig a way out of the chill.

Pedestrians in Montreal seek shelter from the weather in underground arcades, May by Winfield Parks, National Geographic - This would be in Place Ville Marie or PVM as it is commonly known.

Vanishing Montreal: Trinity Church/ Eglise St Sauveur - Destruction

Vanishing Montreal: Trinity Church/ Eglise St Sauveur - Destruction

Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain

15 Travel Destinations for Church of the Sagrada Familia, Barcelona (architect Antoni Gaudi)

Fairytale Wedding Inspiration

It was partially destroyed by a great fire March just after the baron Robert Lejeune, then owner of the castle, had been installing new central heating. The castle now remains in ruins. Only the chapel behind the castle was spared

another view of the Shrine of Hazrat Ali [Afghanistan]

Some of the most beautiful architecture in the world. The colors are what catch my eye. The Shrine of Hazrat Ali aka Blue Mosque in Mazār-e Sharīf, Afghanistan

1927.- "Casa Batlló". ANTONIO GAUDÍ. Sorprende saber que se trata de una remodelación de un edificio previamente existente cuyo dueño, el Sr. Batló, encargó al arquitecto catalán. Pertenece a su ETAPA NATURALISTA, periodo en que el artista se inspira en las formas orgánicas de la NATURALEZA.

Casa Batlló, Barcelona, Spain by Amirhossein Mohtasebi via "Casa Batlló is a building restored by Antoni Gaudí and Josep Maria Jujol, built in 1877 and remodelled in the years Gaudí's assistants Domènec Sugrañes i Gras, Josep Canaleta y

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