Panoramas by Heiner Straesser

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Biblioteca Statale, Lucca, Tuscany

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15 votes

For Tuscany Lucca is not a typical city. Most of the villages are on top of a hill, but Lucca is completely flat. Surrounded by a city wall of 4km,...

Piazza del Anfiteatro, Lucca, Tuscany

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For Tuscany Lucca is not a typical city. Most of the villages are on top of a hill, but Lucca is completely flat. Surrounded by a city wall of 4km,...

Piazza San Pietro Somaldi, Lucca, Tuscany

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For Tuscany Lucca is not a typical city. Most of the villages are on top of a hill, but Lucca is completely flat. Surrounded by a city wall of 4km,...

Suvereto, Tuscany

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Suvereto is one of the small villages somewhere on a hill in the Italian Tuscany. The medieval center reflects more than 1000 years of history....

Medieval festival 2, Burghausen, Germany

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Every summer the people of Burghausen celebrate a medieval festival. With a length of more than 1000 meters the castle offers a lot of space for...

Medieval festival, Burghausen, Germany

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Every summer the people of Burghausen celebrate a medieval festival. With a length of more than 1000 meters the castle offers a lot of space for...

Bayertor, Landsberg, Germany

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For more than 600 years the Bayertor (=Bayer Gate) is the entrance to the city. At the east citywall it can be seen from far away. To get into the...

Amasra 6, Black Sea, Turkey

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Amasra had been founded by settlers from Milet in the 6th century BC. Originally Amasra was one of the most beautiful villages at the Turkish Black...

Amasra 5, Black Sea, Turkey

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Amasra had been founded by settlers from Milet in the 6th century BC. Originally Amasra was one of the most beautiful villages at the Turkish Black...

Tagar Cave Church 2, Cappadocia, Turkey

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The byzantine cave church of Tagar had been cut into the rock in the shape of a cross. The wallpaintings are dated to the 11th century.

Tagar Cave Church, Cappadocia, Turkey

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The byzantine cave church of Tagar had been cut into the rock in the shape of a cross. The wallpaintings are dated to the 11th century.

Blue Bank, Istanbul

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8 votes

We are in the modern part of Istanbul, called Levent, next to one of the main roads. The big building is a small skyscraper and belongs to the...

Blue Hour, Istanbul

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8 votes

We are in the modern part of Istanbul, called Levent, next to one of the main roads. The big building is a small skyscraper and belongs to the...

Somewhere in Cappadocia, Turkey

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15 votes

The existance of Cappadocia is the result od several volcanic eruptions.  The highest of these volcanoes is the Erciyes Dag (3968m), which is...

Hotel Alef, Krakow, Poland

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This is the dining-room of hotel Alef in Krakow, Poland. The hotel is completely filled with paintings and thousands of small things. It is more...

Asmali Oda - Suite in the Asmali Cave House, Cappadocia

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31 votes

This suite in the Asmali Cave House in Uchisar is like an apartement. A few steps and you are on a big terrace with a great view into the valleys...

Yesil Oda - Green Room, Uchisar, Turkey

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9 votes

This is one of the bedrooms belonging to my favourite cave in the Asmali Cave House in Uchisar. The name Green Room came from some special green...

My favourite cave's bathroom, Cappadocia, Turkey

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Marble bathroom of my favourite cave in the style of a small hamam. It belongs to a cave suite in the wonderfull small hotel Asmali Cave House in...

In front of Yeni Camii, Istanbul, Turkey

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Eminönü is a part of Istanbul directly at the Golden Horn, where it is crossed by the Galata Bridge. There are always many people at the big square...

Winter in the park of Nymphenburg Castle, Munich, Germany

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The Nymphenburg Castle in the center of Munich has a wonderful big park. At every time of the year it invites for a walk. The central building had...

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